Who says culture and sports don't mix?
When Miami Heat fever hit its peak last night as the Three Kings & company crushed the OKC Thunder, the hoards of crazy pot-wielding fans weren't solely made up of drunk frat bros and the 305's so-called "fairweather fans." Plenty of Miami's artists, filmmakers, and other creative types also joined in the celebration -- both out in the real world, and in the cloud of social networking.
From Uncle Luke's party plans to Aholsniffsglue's warning to revelers, here are a few of our favorite reactions.
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Anybody party with Uncle Luke on Calle Ocho last night?
Billy Corben feeds Skip Bayless his own words.
That's a whole lot of makeup, even for Elaine Lancaster.
Filmmaker Jonathan David Kane's secession plans would make Floridalandia the most effed-up country in the world. But we do agree Pat Riley belongs on U.S. currency.
University of Wynwood founder P. Scott Cunningham voices the Mike Miller-Natalie Portman connection. Don't act like you weren't thinking it too.
But perhaps the folks at the Borscht Corp. said it best:
Bosh would approve.