Further proof that some people need to find a new hobby.
And there are those of you who wonder why I don’t follow recruiting more closely.
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I am not sure that evan 10,000 new hobbies could begin to fill that fan’s sad little vacuum of a life. That is beyond nuts. Yeesh.
+1. On another note, how many creepy posts from anonymous nutjob fans would I have to get before I (at least temporarily) shut down my Twitter account? Not very many, for me personally.
Hell Gastro, at least they’re payin’ attention to you. 😉
(that is, if I had a twit to shut down, natch)
I understand recruitnics are crazy. That said, any recommendations on websites that do follow this? I like to see whats going on every other month or so.
I’m not a recruitnik, either. Oh, I know who’s committed, who the top players are, who the big targets are, and who’s visiting on big weekends, etc., just from scanning the top stories in the daily papers.
But that’s about it. Seems a waste of time to me, especially since I waste enough time following Georgia anyway.
Until about this very time of year, that is. Starting about now, I’ll pay closer attention until signing day. That’s plenty of time to catch up on whatever has gone on all year, watch film of commits, and follow the late decisions.
At this point, I’d be interested to know if any of you guys are excited about the OL we have committed, because I haven’t been able to get a rush, though I’ve tried. Looks about like usual to me … which we hope is at least average.
Seems like simply moving to a private account or not being on twitter would be a very simple solution…
I know that’s hard for an 18 year old to comprehend – these same kids who are creeped out are also probably bragging about how many followers they have. You don’t want people to know you’re going to the movies? Don’t tweet it. Simple.
Just reinforces my belief that Twitter is just creepy.
“We had young boys step up and make big plays,” [Jordan] Davis said. “We did more with less.” — AB-H, 1/2/20
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