Last night's Lebronapalooza was, by nearly all accounts, cynical, soul-crushing, and faintly reminiscent of a bad apocalyptic thriller. And that was before Cleveland Cavaliers' owner Dan Gilbert used blue Comic Sans font in a public letter assailing James. That was when Twitter lost it. It seems a McSweeney's piece alone was not enough to change the reputation of America's most hilarious font.

I say again, it's both a Joey Lawrence AND Keanu Reeves WHOAH & IT'S IN COMIC SANS http://bit.ly/ddsICw #ComicSansMustDieless than a minute ago via web



Angry letter! Silly font! Angry letter! Silly font! http://bit.ly/9MjmNZless than a minute ago via web



Nothing says "I mean business" like COMIC SANS: http://is.gd/dkTGxless than a minute ago via Seesmic



Shots FIRED. RT @pourmecoffee: Cleveland owner Dan Gilbert writes angriest Comic Sans letter ever. http://bit.ly/9MjmNZless than a minute ago via TweetDeck



Please let Comic Sans be a trending topic tonight.less than a minute ago via web



Is "Comic Sans" trending yet? I feel like that will be the most popular NBA fantasy league team name next year.less than a minute ago via Tweetie for Mac



Dan Gilbert's letter tweeted so much, the font it's in (comic sans) is now trending.less than a minute ago via web



Hear hear. RT @treykerby: Motion to change the name from Comic Sans to Comic Dans in honor of Gilbert's letter. #comicsansless than a minute ago via TweetDeck



Comic Sans still a trending topic on Twitter. The cultural influence of Cleveland, Ohio has now reached its apex.less than a minute ago via web