Ah, Twitter: It's Apparently Also NBA "All Start" Weekend Too

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While Houston finds itself mired in NBA All-Star Game fever, a section of Twitter is watching something called the "All Start Game," with players' names that parallel those of the NBA's superstar-packed weekend.

Follow this link to a Twitter search to see what I mean. One young lad thinks it was stupid for Houston to get the all start game.

Wait, this "all start" game is in Houston???

You know, it's hard to constantly misspell something that is being screamed into your eyeballs nearly 24 hours straight on TV and the Internet, but these kids are beating the odds.

Gud for them. There is a reason I came in second at the fourth-grade spelling bee in 1992.

And now if you will excuse me, I have reservations to my favorite steak house for a flaming young and a pork shop. The umbeyonce there is amazing.

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