A good evening to everyone, to begin. I hope watching Nate playing so much in Game 1 of the Finals left everyone feeling as disoriented as me. Anyways, I've been doing some hardcore interviewing with a few noted celebrities on what they think of the current Bandwagoning dilemma. Here's what they said:
Orson Welles: He had been traveling in Europe for the past three years, so when I told him about the bandwagoning problem, he got a little upset.
Al Pacino: Al had a little $6,000 wager going about NYK fans being smart enough to not allow bandwagoners, when Kevin Spacey proved him wrong and cost him the bet and his reputation. His rant is directed towards all bandwagoners. I actually think this is the best clip I was able to get on film.
Anthony Hopkins: He had a rather visceral reaction.
Gary Busey: Understand, that when the Buse talks about child stars, he's referring to bandwagoners.
Robert DeNiro: When a friend bought a celebratory pink Cadillac in anticipation of the Knicks "wedding" with Lebron, Deniro ripped into the guy. He later told me that the message applied to any bandwagoner making a fake, anticipatory personalized Knicks jersey.
Nassim Nicholas Taleb considers all economists bandwagoners, so understand the video in that light.
So this guy isn't really a celebrity, but he is a college professor, and when a bandwagoner got a call from another bandwagoner about their partial season ticket plan, here is what happened.