Things Jon Heyman Does At 4:15 AM On A Friday Morning

I was on Twitter at 4:15 a.m. on said Friday morning, reading that Jon Heyman was doing his laundry. I favorited the tweet, and thought to myself: “I should post this on NotGraphs.”

I then asked myself what I was doing. We are the product of our decisions. I had laundry to do, too.

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  1. FamousAmazingGuy says:

    He could have been laundering money into casino winnings. A likely pursuit at 4:15am.

    John Heyman is a G.

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    • I agree with your final point: Jon Heyman is definitely a G. You don’t have to like Jon Heyman, but you must respect him.

      I’ve noticed that he, Olney, and Gammons keep some damn weird hours. They are, as the kids say, always on their grind.

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      • FamousAmazingGuy says:

        I disagree with your first point: I will not respect Jon Heyman.

        The only BWAA member I respect is Barry Bloom, all the rest are thugs or infantalized adults (we all know which category Cistulli belongs to).

        I suggest respecting yourself and you craft by following Barry Bloom’s work, while dropping all others.

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        • Nothing I do — especially here at NotGraphs — can be called a “craft,” but I will look into Mr. Bloom’s work. Thank you, FamousAmazingGuy.

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        • Persuasion Unit #4 says:

          So you’re saying infantalized adults (Cistulli) are not to be respected? I disagree and posit that they are to be much revered. Won’t you think of the children? Have you ever tried simply turning off the TV, sitting down with your children, and hitting them?

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          • FamousAmazingGuy says:

            Actually, I would categorize Cistulli as a “thug”, fugitively speaking of course.

            Editors wield much too much power in my opinion, and should be looked upon with a cautious distrust.

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