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Ryan Lemond Keeps Tagging the U.S. Securities And Exchange Commission When Sharing Highlight Videos

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Editor’s Note: The following was written by Harold Leeder, editor-in-chief of The New Circle Circular, Lexington’s #1 source of fake news you can’t count on.

In showcase of solidarity the BBN has been posting as many highlight videos to twitter as they can this evening, all to teach the Southeastern Conference a very important lesson, that we can not be stopped from letting the world know how much we love our wildcats.

Meanwhile, due to what we can only assume was a very long dinner, Ryan Lemond has been teaching the Securities and Exchange Commission the exact same lesson.

Lemond has spent the last few hours leading up to the game posting several videos on twitter.  Some of the videos are highlights from games, or Brad Calipari grabbing handfuls of armpit hair, but most of them are homemade videos of people stacking coats.  However, regardless of the video’s content Lemond has been tagging @SEC_NEWS on each post, which much to Lemond’s dismay, has nothing to do with the Southeastern Conference.

Lemond’s confusion must have continued when he clicked on the website associated with the twitter account and found the section dedicated to “The Office of The Whistleblower” as he started tweeting links to it with comments like“If I’m you guys I’m not giving any awards to them this year, they’ve been waaaaay too involved in games, I mean 54 fouls in a game is unacceptable.”

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Article written by Harold Leeder

2 Comments for Ryan Lemond Keeps Tagging the U.S. Securities And Exchange Commission When Sharing Highlight Videos



  1. Rixter
    8:33 pm January 24, 2017 Permalink

    SMH



  2. kwagmyr
    10:15 pm January 24, 2017 Permalink

    I laughed extensively.