Originally written on Awful Announcing  |  Last updated 10/15/14
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Eccentric Bills wide receiver Steve Johnson's Twitter account will surely be studied for years by generations that come after us as evidence of the continued evolution of mankind, much like Snooki's baby or the next round of Kardashians.  You never quite know which direction Stevie J is going to with his thoughts on football and life.  Crazed diva wide receiver... or a contemporary Aristotle who can only be truly appreciated long after we're gone?  I'm going to go with Column A, but you never know. Yesterday, Stevie J turned his attention to North Korea, who is "tripping hard" at the moment with all these nuclear threats. North Korea tripping hard AF right now. Chill out with that Nuke talk. #uMadBro — STVN (@StevieJohnson13) April 3, 2013 Of course, war is nothing to joke about... but, if it just so happened that North Korea did decide to go through with their increased rhetoric and drop a bomb on the USA, Johnson had some friendly advice for where they should target... War is nothing to be played with. I apologize North Korea........but if y'all do bomb 1st... Bomb Foxboro, Mass. Sincerely,#BillsMafia — STVN (@StevieJohnson13) April 3, 2013 Not quite everyone was on board with Steve Johnson joking about nuclear war, but the best response came from new Patriots WR Donald Jones, who was Johnson's teammate in Buffalo. @steviejohnson13 ummmm chill. Lol — Donald (@Dajones19) April 3, 2013 Johnson did sorta kinda apologize for joking about half of Massachusetts being wiped off the map by a third world dictator, but can anyone really get seriously worked up over anything Stevie Johnson says?  This is a guy who had a shirt that said "Why so serious" underneath his football uniform and blamed God for dropping a touchdown pass after all. We all know if we would have sent Stevie J and his hijinks to North Korea instead of Rodman, this would have all blown over by now.
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