I felt like I had no choice but to give "Slappy" a taste of his own medicine. The battle even had the Fake Peter Laviolette and Fake Steve Coates accounts chiming in, so that added some entertainment to a sportsless Monday evening here in the 215.
There are a few things that we must take note of before getting into Round 1:
I had asked Randy to join us on CB Radio for a nice discussion (prior to this Twitter feud). I have a ton of respect for him and the work that he does covering the team, and I wanted his unique perspective on the show, which I co-host with Kyle.
Well, it is what it is. He did not want to be flanked fron the South-East corner of CB Radio.
Moving on to the main event…
It all started with a Tweet from Miller about Bryz being successful before the Flyers told him to change his personality. The man in the green trunks, Kyle, weighing in at a husky 160, respectfully disagreed with Miller.
Now it's Slappy's turn.
Someone chimed in and officially proclaimed this a "Twitter War." Oh no, here we go.
Uh oh! We have some confusion in this fight. That's what happens when multiple Tweets are sent from two fired up parties before the other can respond.
Crap has started…
Kyle, "you're trying to have a discussion"…? You sound like you're a dude arguing with his girlfriend. You're better than that! Come on.
Now here comes a nerdy reference from the Apple fanboy who watches keynotes speeches on his iPad and listens to Steve Jobs audio books. Nerd.
Kyle has… a bus? Wait, what? Okay, John Madden. Typos are plaguing Kyle in the mid-rounds.
Let's clear up this whole bus thing right now:
Abbrevations on words is the "cool" thing to do, but not here, not now. Business can not be shortnened to "bus". Unacceptable, Kyle.
Our buddy Eytan Shander with the advice that this deserves a post. I hear you! *Allen Iverson voice*
What does Kyle Scott do after a Twitter argument? Drink. Shocker.
That's all, folks. Sorry if I disappointed you– there will be no CB bus parading around the Philadelphia area. At least, not yet.
I asked Kyle for comment, telling him that he was allowed one response in the form of an editor’s note. Slappy?
[editor’s note: You dick!]
Thanks, Kyle. Try calling me Number Two again.