ESPN’s Twitter Policy: Twittered Reactions From ESPNers

I loved Extraordinary Machines.

I loved Extraordinary Machine.

Kenny Mayne leads us off because he is funniest.

Keyshia > all of those ladies.

Keyshia > all of those ladies.

Jemele Hill isn’t too worried.

Whoa, there, tiger.

Whoa, there, tiger.

Ric Bucher’s thoughts were so nice he tweeted them twice.

Stop. STOP.

Stop. STOP.

Skip Bayless just kept doing his telegram-style schtick.

She's better at talking about the Mets than they are at being the Mets.

She's better at talking about the Mets than they are at being the Mets.

Linda Cohn tweeted about subjecting her poor child to some awful baseball.

Stayin' alive.

Stayin' alive.

ESPN Producer Katie Richman just smiled.

Slow and steady.

Slow and steady.

Jay Crawford got it. At least I think he did. Maybe.

These things are all very funny!

These things are all very funny!

Simmons did all sorts of fun stuff. That link? To fiery results for Bucher. The (redacted) stuff? Cute. The Kimmel plug? I won’t deny that that was unavoidable.

The Rob King mention? Well, Billy, he murdered you on your own ish.

Got anything you want to throw in here? Tell me.

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