Roger Mason, Jr.: We had a really great meeting today, guys. Don’t wanna jinx anything, but things seem pretty well figured out. Don’t say anything though. I don’t make quite as much as you guys, so a huge fine really hurts the old pocketbook. Definitely couldn’t afford this Slinky Sleeves Puffer Coat after a million dollar fine. Oh, hold up. Twitter DM.

Barack Obama: Suuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuup. What’s up with that lockout?

RMJ: (accidentally tweets a DM)

Obama: Niiiiiiiiice. Doin’ good. TTYL. Gotta figure out Libya.

Meanwhile, the Internet notices Roger Mason’s tweet

Some Blogger: Whoa.

Another Blogger: Huh? Really?

Trey Kerby: So chill!

A Baby: GAGAGOOGOO!

Minutes later, David Stern catches wind of the tweet…

David Stern: Uhhhhhhhh….. (calls Roger Mason, Jr.) Roger, I saw your tweet.

RMJ: What? (hangs up, checks Twitter, sees a million retweets and a bunch of “How U” jokes)

RMJ: Oh no. (tweets)

The Internet gets suspicious. One notorious computer whiz tries to get to the bottom of the situation.

Lizbeth Salander: (runs Asyphixia 1.3, clones Roger Mason’s computer, instantly emails lengthy detailed account to Mikael Blomkvist)

Mikael Blomkvist: (moves to cabin, writes detailed “Millenium” article detailing how Mason was not hacked, costs Mason job as NBAPA vice president and friendship with Barack Obama)

Comments (3)

  1. Bwahahaha! Awesome… also loved The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo reference. Excellent trilogy!

  2. The cover up is ALWAYS worse then the mistake. Why don’t some people understand that? We’ve all made a similar mistake. (Reply All, anyone?)

    He’s assured we’ll be talking (and laughing) on this subject longer than we would have done it if he just didn’t say anything afterwards of fessed up.

    Funny, how after the tweet he went the opposite direction to try and “prove” it was a hack.

    That’s like in grade school when someone said you liked this girl, and embarrassed you said you didn’t even think she looked good.

  3. +1 Billy’s Pan Pizza, this was good.

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