I time-shifted RAW so I wasn't really paying attention and had no idea what Cubs was talking about when he PM'd me, but eventually I figured it out. When Chris Jericho retweeted (@IAmJericho) Cubs' tweet (@thecubsfan) which happened to link to Cubs' post in this week's RAW thread.
This was only the second most amusing 'wrestling personality interacts with my tweet' moment of the night, though I did a little better directing this one. I knew I scored a goal when the bot flood light turned red.
Didn't actually watch RAW - was out watching the Bears! - but figured I'd help geemoney out and took five minutes to ffwd and write the list. (It was fun the time: I was there live for the moves list; I wonder if he spent the break insulting the crowd like he did that time.) I did it so long after the show, I assumed someone likely would've have done it already, but put Jericho's name in it just to see. I was pleased it worked, so much so that I had to get away from the internet before I became insufferable.
The best part was Jericho editing out my snarky (smarky?)post link comment. The second best part is Chris Jericho up at 1AM local reading tweets about himself. Maybe he's still suffering from the concussive kick and having trouble sleeping, poor guy.
Although....we didn't make any more or less on ad clicks than we usually do - in fact, Google says we made more on Monday than we did on Tuesday. I couldn't tell you why that is, unless we're attaching some real interesting and expensive ads to the "Simpsons" and fantasy football threads I don't know about.
I've seen this done on sites like IGN, but I hate the way they run it; just doing a mouseover on a double underline will pop up an imbedded window that really slows my dialup connection down. I'd merely put "a href" links.