Thursday night, a portion of college football Twitter got a nice little treat. Harvey Updyke, the man accused of poisoning Auburn's Toomer's Corner trees and various other adventures, appeared to emerge on Twitter, just a-tweetin' away. I didn't really believe it was real, and am still kind of in a daze, but some have even claimed to have gotten phone calls from Updyke after questioning whether it was him or not.
Friends of the Program is pretty pumped, as you can understand.
If it is fake, at least the imposter has Updyke down. Thursday night as the world was rejoicing in the Dallas Mavericks beating the Miami Heat yet again, our social media participant demanded SEC commissioner Mike Slive be put in jail. He's also expressed worry he'll be charged for 9/11, frequently complains about his aching neck and claims ESPN's Martin Khodabakhshian wants to sit him down for a documentary on the Iron Bowl rivalry. And so much more.
Again I say! If this account is fake, it is exquisitely done.