Have you ever decided to follow someone on Twitter, assuming that they'd be a good source of interesting, if not useful information, only to find out that they tweet the most nonsensical/un-important observations possible (its a hypothetical question, it obviously applies to 90% of Twitters members)? Starting this week I'm going to address this problem. Occasionally I'm going to pick a Tweeter that I've chose to follow (you can follow me, @TheAltTab, or by clicking the link in the sidebar) who for whatever reason either isn't living up to expectations, or is annoying the piss out of me with a steady stream of useless tweets.
This weeks target? SI's Seth Davis, who just last night shared with his followers these gems:
"Now Fraschilla is on the laptop, fresh off the Ohio State game. How did he get back to Bristol so fast?"
"Doug Gottlieb is on my laptop for halftime seg on UTEP-NMex St, and he's doing color on Gtown-Mizzou on my TV. The man is everywhere."
"Kemba Walker had 30 again tonight in UConn's win over New Hampshire. Right on his average."
"Illinois is really hard to watch sometimes. Lots of talent, but not enough mud in their blood. Stop settling for jump shots and DRIVE."
And several other occasions where he is just commenting on time and score like a radio play-by-play announcer.
Seth- The reason people follow you is for your perceived inside information, not casual insights that anyone watching these games on their couch can deliver. Follow me this week as I reply to Seth's posts in a sarcastic and taunting manner, at least until he blocks me.