22 Times Professor David Case's Twitter Accurately Summed Up What It Means To Be An Ole Miss Rebel

22 Times Professor David Case's Twitter Accurately Summed Up What It Means To Be An Ole Miss Rebel

This small selection of tweets doesn't even begin to fully capture the greatness of his account as a whole.

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Law professor, David Case, at the University of Mississippi is all about his Ole Miss Rebels, and his Twitter account is the perfect platform to reach Rebel fans that are just as wild about their Rebels as he is. If you want to learn more about Professor Case and his Twitter usage (which I highly suggest you do), hottytoddy.com wrote a story about him and his account.

For now, though, I just wanted to highlight a few of my favorite tweets of his so far in 2019!!!

1. Tony vs bulldog

If you're an Ole Miss fan or even if you're not an Ole Miss fan but at least pay somewhat attention to football, then you know that the Mississippi State Bulldogs are our rival, which is what makes this tweet so hilarious.

2. Winning games and then battling the refs 

No matter the sport, we tend to be doing really well and then the game turns over to us vs the refs instead of us vs the other team.

3. Waffle House

Many Ole Miss students and members of the Oxford community REALLY want a Waffle House in Oxford. There is even an Instagram dedicated to trying to get one in Oxford!

4. The rise of Ole Miss sports

5. Celebration when Ole Miss athletics is on the come up

6. Kroger

The Oxford Kroger needs a MAJOR makeover. There are way too many students on top of the permanent Oxford residents to have THAT SMALL of a Kroger.

7. Bama game 2018

We will always remember the first few seconds of the Ole Miss/ Alabama game in Vaught Hemingway Stadium when we scored our one and only touchdown of the game.

8. Ole Miss basketball is rocking this season with new coach, Kermit Davis

9. Morgan Freeman

Ole Miss fans definitely hold pride in the fact that Morgan Freeman is a fan and comes to our games.

10. Powder blue

Many don't know the story behind why powder blue is one of Ole Miss' colors, (here's the link to the story if you want to know!!) but everyone LOVES it!

11. Betty White

Never forget when she was the celebrity to say "Are You Ready?" at one of the football games.

12. The accurate description of what it's like to be an Ole Miss fan

13. The Ole Miss Snow Chicken

14. Waffle House part two 

The official Ole Miss account on Twitter ran a poll asking its followers what restaurant they'd like to have in Oxford in their perfect world. Although Whataburger might have been winning in the polls, there were still many Waffle House enthusiasts calling for Waffle House to be brought to Oxford.

15. Club Reb at the basketball games

16. Katy Perry 

We will never forget when Katy Perry was in Oxford with College Game Day in 2014.

17. The Breeland Speaks wave gif

This wave was made to a camera after recovering a fumble in the Egg Bowl in 2017. Priceless!

18. Katy Perry part two 

19. Beating Bama in 2014

The picture says enough.

20. Vacating wins but we were there... we know how the games really turned out

21. REBEARSHARK

If you have kept up with Ole Miss AT ALL in the last few years, then you know we've sort of had a mascot identity crisis.

22. We're a BIG athletics school, so choosing which game to go to can be tough

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75 Of The Most Iconic Vine Quotes

"I smell like beef"

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Vine may be dead but Vine references live on. I still watch Vine threads AT LEAST twice a day. Here are 75 of the most quotable vines:

1. "Ooooooo, he needs some milk."

2. "Hi, welcome to Chili's."

3. "It is Wednesday, my dudes."

4. "Country boy, I love you ahhhwweelhwh..."

5. "Escalera oooooooaaaa!"

6. "F**k ya chicken strips!"

7. "Barbecue sauce on my titties."

8. "Gimme your F**KING money!"

9. "That was legitness."

10. "Ms. Keisha, MS. KEISHA! Oh my f**king God, she f**king dead."

11. "Fre-sha-vocado."

12. "Staaaahp! I coulda dropped my croissant!"

13. "That's my OPINION."

14. "You're not my dad, ugly ass f**king noodle head."

15. "What the f**k, Richard."

16. "This bitch empty, YEET!"

17. "Road work ahead? Yeah, I sure hope it does."

18. "What up, I'm Jared I'm 19, and I never f**king learned how to read."

19. "Um, I'm never been to oovoo javer."

20. "My God, they were roommates."

21. "Why are you running, why are you running?"

22. "Whoever threw that paper, your mom's a hoe."

23. "I can't swim."

24. "Lebron James."

25. "It's an avocado, thanksssss..."

26. "Mother trucker dude, that hurt like a butt cheek on a stick."

27. "Watch your profanity."

28. "I love you bitch, I ain't never gonna stop loving you, biiiiiitch."

29. "What are thoooooose?"

30. "I smell like beef."

31. "You better stop."

32. "What the F**K IS UP KYLE?"

33. "Come get y'all juice."

34. "Two bros, chilling in a hot tub, 5 feet apart cause they're not gay."

35. "So you just gonna bring me a birthday gift on my birthday to my birthday party on my birthday with a birthday gift?"

36. "I wanna be a cowboy, baby."

37. "Why you always lying?"

38. "Nice Ron" "I sneezed, oh, what, am I not allowed to sneeze?"

39. "I'm washing me and my clothes."

40. "Honey, you've got a big storm coming."

41. "XOXO, gossip girl."

42. "Shoutout to all the pear."

43. "A potato flew around my room before you came."

44. "Chipotle is my life."

45. "Look at all those chickens!"

46. "YOU BETTER STOP."

47. "I like turtles."

48. "It's the most beautiful thing I've ever seen in my life, watermelon, INSIDE A WATERMELON."

49. "Deez nuts, HA GOT EM?"

50. "F**k you, I don't want no ravioli."

51. "21."

52. "I'm in my mum's car, broom broom."

53. "Iridocyclitis."

54. "You know what, I'm about to say it."

55. "That is NOT correct."

56. "Uh, I'm not finished" "Oh my God, can you let me do what I need to do?"

57. "I have osteoporosis."

58. "ADAM."

59. "Merry Chrysler."

60. "Wait a minute, who ARE you?"

61. "Try me, bitch."

62. "When will you learn, THAT YOUR ACTIONS HAVE CONSEQUENCES?"

63. "I didn't get no sleep cause of y'all, y'all not gone get no sleep cause of me!"

64. "Do you want to go see Uncle Cracker or no?"

65. "So no head?"

66. "You got eczema."

67. "I am shooketh."

68. "Hey my name is Trey, I have a basketball game tomorrow."

69. "Can I PLEASE get a waffle?"

70. "There is only one thing worse than a rapist." "A child."

71. "Ah f**k, I can't believe you've done this."

72. "Bitch, I hope the f**k you do."

73. "Two shots of vodka."

74. "F**k off Janet, I'm not going to your f**king baby shower."

75. "JEEEEEZ, Jesus Christ."

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Smartphones And Social Media May Be the Reason For Our Country's Polarization

The shield and constant attention we receive from our phones is contributing to the polarization

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Many times, instead of interacting with the world around us, we interact with the virtual world of our phones. Once at work, before we needed to clock in, I and a couple of other coworkers were standing in a circle. Rather than socializing, we gaped at our phones, all pretending we weren't around anyone. Somebody even joked, "Ha! We're all looking at our phones." All of us looked up from our screens to laugh, then continued to look back down. Many of us now choose to be on our smartphones rather than engage with the people around us.

The article, "We Are All Quants Now," written by Paula Cohen, is about the effect phones have on our culture. Cohen argues that because of the concept of "likes," we base worth on the quantity of something.

In the introduction of the article, Cohen tells a babysitting story from her friend. While her friend was watching a 7-year-old girl draw a picture, she asked if she was proud of her work. The little girl replied by saying she'll know when she finds out how many "likes" it gets at school. Cohen follows up this story by recognizing that, "for a 7-year-old to want to assess her drawing by the number of 'likes' it gets means that she understands her artwork in quantitative terms."

This is not only true of young children but also true of teens and young adults. Unfortunately, we base the worth of things and even ourselves on the amount of "likes" or "views" we receive. Many times I have heard teenagers around my age of 17 boasts about how many "likes" they get or how many snapchat "streaks" they have as if it is representative of their worth.

An article in Time called, "Americans Check Their Phones 8 Billion Times a Day," by Lisa Eadicicco, shows how often we use our smartphones. Eadicicco reports that "Although 46 checks per day is the average, that number varies depending on users' age group. Those between the ages of 18 and 24 look at their phones most often, with an average of 74 checks per day. Americans in the 25-34 age bracket look at their devices 50 times per day, and those between 35 and 44 do so 35 times each day."

The article, using a study by Deloitte, also said that Americans collectively check their phones 8 billion times a day. Given this information, it's safe to say that we are, "glued to our phones." Of the average 46 checks per day, some of them are understandable and necessary, but most of them are unnecessary.

Smartphones and social media may be one of the reasons for the polarization of our country. The invention of the smartphone has allowed us to access social media anywhere at any time. Since we have easier access to social media, we can now interact with hundreds of people behind a screen. But with this new privilege comes negativity.

The fact that we are behind a screen gives us the ability to say things to people we would never say in person. The phone screen works as a shield against any responsibility for the things we spout. This leads to alarming division among us. We can now say nasty and uncalled for things to people we disagree with politically. This type of behavior has replaced a respectful discussion. There are many reasons why our country is polarized and social media is one of them.

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