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IT IS HIGH, IT IS FAR, IT IS caught:
And so begins the meteor birther movement. Later, the Nugent of Baseball connects the dots.
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I must confess, when I saw video of a giant fireball streaking through the Russian sky early this morning, I had two fleeting thoughts: 1) it was Optimus Prime and an Autobot army descending from the heavens, and 2) Klendathu is a real place. Unfortunately, in both scenarios, an intergalactic space battle would ensue. Don’t get me wrong, that’d be cool, but only for about ten...
Twitter Sports Rundown could just post links to Jose Canseco’s tweets and it would probably suffice. Bottom line is you cannot have a Twitter and not follow Canseco.
Today, after news broke that there were intense (but awesome) meteor strikes in Russia today, Canseco was not buying it:
No way was that a meteor in russia today
— Jose Canseco (@JoseCanseco) February 15, 2013
Jose Canseco. You may remember him from such things as playing on the Oakland A’s and Texas Rangers. But if you’re under 25, you may know him better for his post baseball career. Jose Canseco is the motivational poster you wish you could write. He’s the one who will stand up to the ruthless enemies [...]