What a week the past one was. I had full intentions of setting my alarm to order the new iPhone 7, but failed miserably. Guess I’ll have to wait a few more months. Aside from that news, the clowns are creeping north.

September 11 was yesterday, and I still can still vividly remember the day that I stayed in recess for two hours when I was in fourth grade, not knowing what was going on. For the first time in 2016, freshman will learn about 9/11 as a historical event because they weren’t yet born.

Football during Week 2 didn’t disappoint (unless you’re a State fan). Here’s this week’s Twitter Roundup, in association with The Point.

On All Things #goacc: “Is it basketball season yet?” *Loudly screams all of Wolfpack Nation* If you watched the game against ECU over the weekend, NC State crapped the bed. Head coach Dave Doeren left a lot of points on the field, and the kickers couldn’t seem to make anything. Duke lost to Wake Forest, and UNC beat Illinois. Obviously, there were some good #goacc moments through and through.




On September 11: There’s obviously nothing funny about this historical day, so here are a few tweets to remember those who lost their lives on the tragic day of 9/11 that happened 15 years ago.



On Apple’s iPhone 7 and its AirPods: There have been rumors of Apple taking away the headphone jack on the new iPhone model. That rumor came to fruition this past week, where the company rolled out its AirPods. The wireless headphones chill in your ears and are somehow supposed to stay in place. Also, they are ridiculously expensive.



On the Panthers Losing to the Broncos: I am very upset about this one. Cam Newton was hit in the head roughly 50 times, and the refs seemed not to notice. We did not get our Super Bowl revenge, but we do have Kelvin Benjamin back. And that, my friends, is a BEAUTIFUL thing.



On the Creepy Clowns: First spotted in South Carolina, there have been reports of clown sightings in both Winston Salem and Greensboro in the past week. And yes, they have apparently been trying to lure children into the woods. No. No. And no, again. Our very own Hayes Permar broke it down in a video for you guys.



LOL Tweets of the Week:

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