Don’t think all the action surrounding the MLS Cup is only happening on the pitch.
Sure, the Portland Timbers will bring it as they take on the Columbus Crew Sunday, but a war of words is brewing days ahead of that match.
As seen during the recent MLB Postseason, librarians may be quiet at work, but they are still good at talking trash.
The Columbus Library struck the first blow with reading suggestions for local fans to prepare for PTFC.
The Multnomah County Library countered, offering something more geared toward the speed of the Ohio fans.
Columbus struck back with a history lesson.
Which Multnomah County promptly turned around on them.
Columbus then tried to use video to teach Portland fans how to chop down a tree.
As Multnomah County proved, though, that was like bringing a knife to an axe fight.
While the back in forth was all in good fun, folks may want to still be careful Sunday.
@MultCoLib That's very cool. Thanks for all the Friday fun!— Columbus Library (@columbuslibrary) December 4, 2015
@columbuslibrary Agreed. Thanks for the fun & enjoy the game!— Multnomah County Lib (@MultCoLib) December 4, 2015
Paper cuts sure can be vicious.
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