SI.COM'S TWITTER 100
Paper tastes funny, and not many donkeys have high self esteem. RT @hoobsher: @ArianFoster why aren't you a money hungry, self obsessed ass?
I bet $250,000 on the Atlanta Falcons [last week]. Looks like easy money...
Ask Tebow if he wants a glass of milk. If he says yes, ask him if he prefers chocolate. If he says no, then no more Tebow date suggestions
I do some of the dumbest stuff, just not thinking...smh...live and learn though
U haters forget I was once the best player in the world without a doubt. No argument
If you are POTUS when a "Next big thing hits," you are a genius. If you are POTUS when a bubble bursts you are an idiot. Both are wrong
I'm inviting all races, people n' genders to my comedy show. I'll stereotype everyone uncensored. I hope ya'll laugh and enjoy! Laugh factory
For its second annual Twitter 100, SI.com polled more than three dozen Sports Illustrated staffers—all of them hard-core Twitter users—and asked which feeds they considered essential to their daily routine for mining the most relevant nuggets from the sports world. Go to SI.com/twitter100 to see which of your sports favorites made the grade. Plus...
• The Athletes Speak: Suns swingman Jared Dudley, Texans running back Arian Foster, Jets center Nick Mangold, Reds second baseman Brandon Phillips and U.S. Women's soccer forward Alex Morgan explain how and why they use Twitter.
• Wish List: The Top 10 sports figures who should be tweeting but aren't, and the Twitter Pop Culture Grid featuring SI Swimsuit models Nina Agdal, Julie Henderson, Ariel Meredith and Chrissy Teigen.
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