In the realm of completely random, I just discovered that I am being followed on Twitter by Bryon Russell, former Utah Jazz, Denver Nuggets and Washington Wizards swingman. This has to be some completely random, automated Twitter-followbot that has led to this situation, as there is no way Bryon Russell would care what I am ordering at Chipotle. This is why I love the internet--because this makes absolutely no sense whatsoever. This is exactly the type of random six-degreeism that will eventually lead to world peace or the complete annihilation of the human species. I would rank this particular coincidence as slightly more likely than being drunk-dialed by Vladimir Putin or poked by Jessica Alba, but it's still pretty weird.
However, I was a huge Jazz fan during Russell's tenure, so I checked out his Twitter feed. When I did, Twitter's "suggestions for you" listed Detlef Schrempf as "similar to Bryon Russell." You have to be a true NBA fan to understand how both incredibly accurate and incredibly inaccurate that statement is.
The "similar to" algorithm embedded in Twitter is either a huge NBA fan, or it randomly has a spot-on sense of humor. Either way, this random occurence just made my night.