Spanning the Twitterverse to bring you the constant variety of tweets….the thrill of the retweet….and the agony of the unfollow.…the human drama of the twitter timeline….This is CadChica’s Wide World of Tworts
Yesterday, news of corruption allegations broke across Twitter and of course that was a major point of my blog post yesterday. Could not help but follow up with a few more. Tsk, tsk, tsk.
So apparently FIFA's deep, penetrating investigative techniques involve writing people a letter.
Former University of Michigan big man, Robert “Tractor” Traylor passed away today at the young age of 34. In Puerto Rico where he continued to play basketball, he was found dead in his apartment of an ‘apparent’ heart attack. Many folks will remember this below:
On Twitter, this tweet below was the predominant reaction across the Twitterverse; RIP Robert Traylor. RIP.
(side note: Isaac Washington for an avatar is kind of cool.)
VALUE OF TWITTER
In case there are still doubters out there about the ever-increasing value of Twitter in sports, take a look at these tweets from today. Who says tweets don’t pay?
Example: we just signed up a new WC Club Member from Saudi Arabia yesterday. How he knew to join: "Referred By: greg byrne on twitter"—
Greg Byrne (@Greg_Byrne) May 11, 2011
TWEETS OF THE DAY
–Can’t just pick one today folks. First up, my love of Messi continues:
Lionel Messi is currently engaged in what has become known as 'Playstation football'. The ball is glued to his foot.—
Jon Carter (@joncarterESPN) May 11, 2011
–I do enjoy a Tostito or two but maybe not this much. Salsa anyone?????
–Arizona Cardinals. What do you need most? Clink on the link to see:
–Somehow, I could see Hines Ward doing this:
hines ward makes it to semifinals on dancing with the stars. if he needs to do it to win.. would he chop block kirstie alley?—
trey wingo (@wingoz) May 11, 2011