Twitter and the Internet in general is a wonderful place. It empowers us. It takes us to places we’d never be. It allows us access to information we would normally be locked out of. We have much to learn from its power though.

Take for instance a common thing to is to “troll” someone on Twitter. This involves posting something that is mean tot get a fire-breathing reaction from another person. It works because of the disassociative nature of posting information on the internet.

JJ Watt accepted a small token of honor and respect from the Houston Rockets mascot. h then pared th elives of all in attendance at the NBA Playoff game. His gesture of mercy was cherished by all.
JJ Watt accepted a small token of honor and respect from the Houston Rockets mascot. This pleased “The Watt” and he spared the lives of all in attendance at the NBA Playoff game. His gesture of mercy was cherished by all.

What is not commonly known is that you don’t try and troll the superhuman commonly known as JJ Watt. If he is feeling malevolent, he will fly to your dwelling and crush you into a diamond then hurl you into the sun. But if you are lucky and catch him on a good day, he’ll just point out your pride is the downfall of your humanity and laugh.

This is exactly what he did to some “5-star” recruit little pup who is second on the Phoenix Suns depth chart.
Sure, this could have been just some light-hearted fun. It could have been  a publicity stunt. BUT IT ALSO COULD HAVE ANGERED JJ WATT INTO HURLING US ALL INTO ANOTHER DIMENSION.

Till next time, think before you tweet and all hail “The Watt.”

@Deepdfspicks