Happy Thursday, Spursland. I haven't gotten into the groove of this Hoddle thing yet because holiday weekends combined with international breaks are the worst. But I'm here now (after Dustin poked me) and I'd like to talk to you about something that's plaguing our society: getting mad at people who like Apple events.
OK, so Apple events are profoundly stupid. Tim Cook tells you some marketing schmuck's new term for "stylus" or "GIF," calls them innovations and everyone claps like a monkey. Samsung is out here making phones that are just as good, but they don't destroy your Twitter feed for a day. I get why people hate this stuff.
However, I'd like to submit two thoughts for your consideration.
1. Stuff that makes people happy is good. It doesn't matter how inane it is. We all need a distraction from the fact that LOL NOTHING MATTERS and that at least half of us die alone.
2. Tweetdeck has a mute function! It kicks ass. Click the gear in the bottom left corner, go to settings, and...
You can mute users OR words! It's bomb. I have most of you muted!
And with that, here's the "news."
There's something to be said for guaranteed playing time. Son didn't want to deal with roster drama, he wanted to be the man. And he'll have every opportunity to do that with Spurs.
It isn't his mates or fans who told him this, but people who work at the club. Amazing. Our staff is social savvy, y'all.
Before you get worried about the source, it's not a slideshow. It's a Jonathan Wilson article. B/R is equal parts good stuff and clickbait trash in the post-Turner purchase world. I agree with Wilson that England don't have the midfielders to play Rooney behind Kane in a 4-2-3-1.
He's super annoyed at the new foreign player rules that forced the club to sell Solomon Rondon.
This is a super common thing in Port Townsend, Washington, apparently. I bet you eleventy billion dollars these people have their stuff professionally cleaned by people using modern technology.
On Guam, whose star player is LA Galaxy starter A.J. Delagarza.