6:05, The Roundtable Show, from Jefferson Social at The Banks
Cards scratching heads after Game One
This was not "The Cardinal Way." This was The Cardinal Wayward.
In every aspect, the Cardinals melted down right in front of our eyes. It's anybody's guess why it happened. The four-day layoff? The World Series jitters? The baseball fates favoring the bearded Bostonians? Who knows? But to the Cards, it simply didn't sit well.
"That," manager Mike Matheny said, "is not the kind of team that we've been all season."
CBS Sports: Carlos Beltran waited 16 years for the World Series, and then this
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Skyline Chili Musketeer Madness Basketball Celebration
CINCINNATI – Xavier University will host its annual Skyline Chili Musketeer Madness on Friday, October 25 at Cintas Center. Musketeer Madness is the tip-off event for fans as the men’s and women’s basketball teams gear up for the 2013-14 season, Xavier’s inaugural season in the BIG EAST Conference. This year will have an added flair as portions of the program will be shown on FOX Sports 1 as part of the network’s BIG EAST Tip-Off Party.
I get that trolls like to get people worked up, and cause people to respond, what I don't get why people respond? Why engage with someone you identify as person poking a stick at you? I will get an occasional tweet accusing me of "trolling hard" with one of my tweets. My tweets are tweets, my opinions. When I'm looking for a response to a tweet, I pose the tweet in question form. Seems pretty simple. Life is too short.
Why internet trolls make trouble?
Trolls are anonymous Internet users who intentionally provoke others by writing inflammatory posts. They can be found in the comments sections of sites like YouTube and congregating in the darker corners of the Internet, on sites like 4chan.com.