Erudite Kentucky Fan Airs Grievances With Daniel Orton Over Facebook

Daniel Orton is one of the talented group of freshmen John Calipari brought in this year at Kentucky. Despite a lackluster freshman year--3.4 points a game on 13 minutes per, Orton has apparently decided to declare for the draft, though he is not hiring an agent.

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Many Kentucky fans, understandably, disagreed with Orton's decision; his and DeMarcus Cousins' departures leave the Wildcats painfully thin on the inside. One of those dissenting Kentucky fans is a Mr. Mark Hamilton. Hamilton decided to calmly describe his reasons for disagreeing with Orton over Facebook, using sound logic and impeccable grace:

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What? For Kentucky fans, that is sound logic and impeccable grace. He didn't even swear, people.

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The 2:40 a.m. timestamp is a pretty big giveaway as to what may have been coloring Mr. Hamilton's judgment. To Orton's credit, the departing freshman didn't give into any urge to reply in kind, instead giving a sarcastic "thanks mark" and posting the "discussion" online for his followers to see.

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But we'd be remiss if we didn't openly acknowledge Mr. Hamilton's liberal interpretations of the rules of logic and the English language. To that, we offer the following excerpts, to which additional comment would be unnecessary:

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  • you could never be better then COUSIN's
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  • Quit using your mother as and escape goat.....
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  • I hope you fail in the NBA.. "bad sportsmanship".
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  • YOUR STILL A KID....lol. GO HARD OR GO HOME.....
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  • If you had clock you will FOUL out every GAme.. JOKE
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