I don't know why I did it, I don't. I went to bleacherreport.com and made a comment and now I'm going back and forth with one of their "contributor III" writers. He keeps going away from the facts and changing concerns of the topic. I feel like I'm in too deep already.
Anyone else a victim? Share stories. Advice on how to handle this would be great too!
P.S. nbadraft.net 4 life
We are here for you man haha just tell him his parents never loved him
This smells like a spam post
Lol. I actually laughed out loud to that. It's actually not a bad idea. Start trolling on the troll, just crazy enough to work.
My advice is to never go on that site again. It is the saddest, most pathetic and offensive form of journalism there is. Slideshows as articles. Children writing columns. It sickens me every time they advertise on ESPN. Shows how credible ESPN is these days
@i'm jus so offended I stay away from it as much as possible. I only go on there for the links for coaches post game comments since we don't have it for every game here. I'm disappointed in myself...
Bleacherreport is fun to get away from reality, like unusual trade ideas and draft mocks, but I don't take anything bleacherreports puts out seriously.
I liked a couple articles on there, but after I seem Isaiah Austin as the #2 prospect and mason plumlee as the #3 on their "big board", I wanted to shoot myself. Jonathan Wasserman should leave that site
Lebrons hairline would tell someone to leave when the going gets tough
Every year their mock drafts are awful and their player comparisons are the furthest thing from the truth... Most of the time I just go there for a laugh. I don't even think they watch the game.