Found January 29, 2013 on Sportress of Blogitude:
Jim Harbaugh doesn’t understand all this highfalutin internets hogwash, consarnit! One way to demonstrate to the world that you have no idea nor understanding of what something is or its impact on the world, it is by placing the article “the” in front of the name of it when there is no need for its inclusion. What can really drive the point home that a person might be out of touch, a mispronouncing of its name always work. And when those two things are combined, it’s a pretty safe assumption you are dealing with a person who has no idea what’s going on in this crazy and confusing modern world. San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh nailed it on Thursday during a portion of his availability to the media at Super Bowl Media Day. Yep, he called Twitter “The Tweeter.” Young, possibly psychopathic Jim Harbaugh cannot believe what he has turned into. Come on, Coach Jim Harbaugh: You’re better than that. Surely this guy has some grasp on social networking and its tremendous influence ...
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