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Sports are DVR-proof: we watch the games live and supplement them with social media--along with awards shows and spontaneous tragedies, they're the only things we can react to candidly in real-time without getting death threats. When you go bananas on Twitter over a LeBron dunk or the leather smock, $450 hat and lip gloss that Justin Bieber is wearing courtside, you don't have to worry about a flurry of cantankerous "HEY JERK, I'M WAITING UNTIL THE SERIES ENDS TO WATCH IT STRAIGHT THROUGH!!!!" responses.
Last night, Aaron Rodgers flagrantly disregarded the rule of Internet etiquette that sets an indefinite statute of limitations on all TV shows and movies.
When confronted by incensed anti-spoiler activists, the Khaleesi fan stood his ground.
Aaron Rodgers: Super Bowl champion, MVP and martyr in the fight to tweet about television in a timely fashion.