Last night's Lebronapalooza was, by nearly all accounts, cynical, soul-crushing, and faintly reminiscent of a bad apocalyptic thriller. And that was before Cleveland Cavaliers' owner Dan Gilbert used blue Comic Sans font in a public letter assailing James. That was when Twitter lost it. It seems a McSweeney's piece alone was not enough to change the reputation of America's most hilarious font.
Angry letter! Silly font! Angry letter! Silly font! http://bit.ly/9MjmNZ
Nothing says "I mean business" like COMIC SANS: http://is.gd/dkTGx
Please let Comic Sans be a trending topic tonight.
Is "Comic Sans" trending yet? I feel like that will be the most popular NBA fantasy league team name next year.
Dan Gilbert's letter tweeted so much, the font it's in (comic sans) is now trending.
Comic Sans still a trending topic on Twitter. The cultural influence of Cleveland, Ohio has now reached its apex.
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