Briandong79 wrote: Colonel Angus wrote: Briandong79 wrote: SouthernYokel wrote:
Rufus wrote:I didn't see the segment, but I've listened to Nanni a few times on the Solid Verbal, and he's decently entertaining. He's certainly the person I like best from SB Nation on that show, although this is largely because everyone at SB Nation both a) thinks they are God's gift to humor and b) are actually insufferably condescending assholes.
starting to agree with this. they are all joining the problem internet, helping us learn why exactly we're terrible people.
Meh, I still like Spencer. I think they're the only two that I really follow closely.
ETA: And Bois, I suppose, but he's his own weird little subset.
Agree with BD. But they definitely have an army of sycophantic "cool kids" worshiping them (a lot of whom are writing for SBN sites) and I think that may be what Yokel was talking about.
True, and I probably give someone like Jacobi a pass because he's an Iowa guy.
I almost always find Nanni's tweets funny.
I usually find Spencer's tweets funny but there are a lot of duds and in-jokes in there. Still worth following for me, IMO, because there's a lot of good SEC stuff.
When I find something by Bois funny, I find it absolutely hilarious. Still worth following because the hits are so good, but there's a lot of misses and weird shit (like the whole sandwich shop thing) that is just dumb to me.
Jacobi is on the cusp of me un-following him.
"Isn't it no, baas or something? That's how I read it in a boxing book. It's South African or something."
- _, on Roberto Duran.
_ - Sun Jan 31 5:06 pm:
"it was such a sexy goal, that punched me right in the balls. metaphorically"