Tom Brady seen paying locker room attendant to deflate balls!
Obviously this isn't true.
Yup, I made it up.
There's no truth in it at all.
So why did I do it?
To address an epidemic that has not only violated sports but social media in general.
People will see the headline of an article and believe it completely. They'll share it as if it's true without even bothering to open the page and read the article. Whether it's some crazed conspiracy nut or the website that "leaked the news" about Ray Rice signing with the Broncos.
It's really obnoxious.
So if you're reading this, thank you for actually taking the time to read articles on the internet instead of mindlessly sharing headlines.
You are a gentleman/woman and a scholar.
Shut up, just shut up, you had me at reading the article.