BREAKING: Using the same jobs math that Romeny uses, LSU scored 25,000 points last night.
A few minutes later, a completely original guy named @OhioJT posted this:
Obviously @OhioJT took my Tweet and made it 100x better why switching out Romeny's name with Obama's. Completely hilarious.
What I didn't like about his response was that it wasn't clear what I said and what he had changed. Basically he was breaking Twitter protocol, if there is such a thing. He can say whatever he wants, just don't associate my name with it. I assume his friends are not that intelligent and might think I wrote it.
Because @ohioJT seemed like he might be a reasonable fellow, I DM'd him and said I didn't want my name associated with his masterful sense of humor and asked that he delete his Tweet. He instead sent me a link that said what was good for the goose was good for the gander.
So to ensure that he doesn't have the same problem again, I blocked him.
He came back and said, "After my previous tweet,
@FakeDispatch blocked me... Apparently some folks can dish it out, but get upset when the tables are turned."
I have a whole bunch of followers that are Conservative and while we may not agree, I can assure you that we get along quite nicely. Of course, not of them are as funny and smart as @OhioJT. I blocked him not because I was pissed about his content, I was pissed that he was associating my name with his extremely hilarious Tweet. I wouldn't want the credit for something so skillfully crafted.