"It’s a waste of my time," he said. "There’s no point. Twitter is nothing. Twitter is a bunch of people that get online and send a bunch of messages to one another that talk about professional sports and athletes and think what they say matters. Everybody’s a comedian on Twitter. Whatever."
I'll tell you what's a waste of time, spending an hour trying to photoshop a baseball and then it still turns out looking terrible.
The rest of the article talks about Latos' personality. I agree with Bud Black, that players should be themselves. As a fan I want to know what's on Latos' mind, as long as it doesn't become a problem for the team. There's nothing more annoying than a player giving the same sterile answers, game after game, like "Nuke" Laloosh in Bull Durham. I don't mind that Latos throws his glove in the dugout and lets off a bit of steam after a bad outing. You try to hold in all that emotion and you end up like Khalil Greene. If he calmed his competitive personality then I'd be worried.