This masterpiece has been adapted from an original format to fit the sporting blog world. I found it so brilliant that I thought you all deserved a taste and then you can finish it at the original place. I did not write this. This is a glorified fanshot but I did not think a fan shot could do it justice. So I put a portion of it in a fan post for all of you to view.
This is intended to serve as therapy for anyone here who is going through incendiary blog post withdrawal.
This typical incendiary blog post has been modified from the full version at http://coyot.es/x3T
This is the title of a typical incendiary blog post
This sentence contains a provocative statement that attracts the readers’ attention, but really only has very little to do with the topic of the blog post. This sentence claims to follow logically from the first sentence, though the connection is actually rather tenuous. This sentence claims that very few people are willing to admit the obvious inference of the last two sentences, with an implication that the reader is not one of those very few people. This sentence expresses the unwillingness of the writer to be silenced despite going against the popular wisdom.
This sentence claims that there are many people who do not agree with the thesis of the blog post as expressed in the title. This sentence speculates as to the mental and ethical character of the people mentioned in the previous sentence. This sentence contains a link to the most egregiously ill-argued, intemperate, hateful and ridiculous example of such people the author could find. This sentence is a three-word refutation of the post linked in the previous sentence, the first of which three words is “Um.” This sentence implies that the linked post is in fact typical of those who disagree with the thesis of the blog post. This sentence contains expressions of outrage and disbelief largely expressed in Internet acronyms. This sentence contains a link to an Internet video featuring a cat playing a piano.
This sentence implies that everyone reading has certainly seen the folly of those who disagree with the thesis of the blog post. This sentence reminds the reader that there are a few others who agree. This sentence contains one-word links to other blogs with whom the author seeks to curry favor, offered as examples of those others.