Found March 21, 2013 on Sportress of Blogitude:
In a troubling epidemic that is crossing over from one professional sports league to the next, another high-profile athlete has had a card bestowed upon them by Chipotle Mexican Grill that grants him free burritos for life. That’s right, joining Washington Nationals phenom Bryce Harper, Russell Wilson, the dynamic young quarterback for the Seattle Seahawks, tweeted out news this week that he has been given a “Golden Ticket” of sorts, granting him eternal access to a magical world of quick and yummy culinary delights in which he is afforded tasty Chipotle burritos forever at no charge. The card in question that Wilson tweeted evidence of on Wednesday, similar to the one that Harper received and taunted us with earlier this week, except for the name that adorns it: And Wilson’s tweet: Thanks chipotletweets for my forever Burrito Card! I love going there! instagr.am/p/XGIaeTs7F8/ — Russell Wilson (@DangeRussWilson) March 20, 2013 I jokingly questioned Chipotle’s decision to award mi...
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