Here’s a headline: ESPN’s Bart Scott says if 49ers lose to Eagles, he’ll shave his eyebrows.
According to SFGATE’s Gabe Fernandez story, ESPN’s Bart Scott says if the 49ers lose to him Sunday of the Eagles, he will put a sword in his supercilia.
But … the article includes an embedded tweet, quoting Bart Scott, on ESPN, saying that if the 49ers lose to the Eagles, he will shave his eye.front – Singular.
The embedded tweet includes a video of ESPN’s Bart Scott saying that if the 49ers lose to the Eagles, he will once again shave his singular eyebrow.
So if the 49ers lose to the Eagles, ESPN’s Bart Scott will shave his eyebrows. Or possibly an eyebrow. In fact, it was not clear in the end.
This is a very stupid bet. If the 49ers win, they are favorites by 4.5 points, Scott gets nothing. If the 49ers lose, and the money line for an Eagles win is a meager +150, Scott shaves his eyebrows and walks around looking like an idiot.
What’s more, the entire existence of the Philadelphia Eagles is based on spite. Why would you publicly discredit them and make it very clear that they have a chance to make an idiot of you by winning a game?
There is another embeddable tweet that seems to apply here.
Et you, Didi
The Phillies were behind the Cubs, 7-0, last night but they managed to win, 17-8. Yet somehow, they were still losers, because shortstop Didi Gregorius decided to become the latest public figure to make an embarrassing statement about the Vaccine for COVID-19.
Having suffered elbow problems this season, Gregorius said The Philadelphia Investigator, “Some people say it’s from the vaccine. I will say that it is probably because of that as well. But when you say that, everyone looks at you like you are stupid, because the vaccine is not supposed to be like that or give you that reaction. “
Kudos to Inquirer writer Matt Breen for following up on that appointment immediately with Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia vaccine expert Paul Offit, saying that no vaccine would cause the pseudogout that has affected Gregorius, and quite simply, “It has nothing to do with the vaccine.”
Gregorius did not comment on any of his cousins, his friends, the state of his testicles, or your next wedding plans. They looked at him like he was stupid though, which he should, because he’s been talking about the shot causing his elbow problems for at least two months, which means you’ve had a chance to learn how stupid this is, and even after having worked with Johns Hopkins last year to promote joining clinical trials, somehow does not believe in science.