‘Good Job, Good Effort’ Miami Heat Kid: Optimistic Fan or Young Troll? Ladies and gentlemen, an Internet star is born: So … is this high-pitched voice supportive or mischievous? Is this an overly optimistic Heat fan or Celtics fan trolling LeBron James & Co. as they hit the locker room following a tough Game 5 loss at home? Or is this the best case of seeing the world through the innocent eyes of a child? And … should we be using “Good job, good effort, good job, good effort, good job, good effort, good job, good effort,” in our daily lives? Co-worker mucks up that TPS report (hip, fresh reference, right?): “good job, good effort.” Mom burns the pot roast: “good job, good effort.” Brother reveals he’s getting divorced: “good job, good effort.” There’s no end to this. Hey, kid, if you’re reading this, don’t let the Internet getcha down. It could be worse — you could be the BJ.gif kid: [@BuzzFeed] Follow us! Click and Follow Us Slade Sohmer Slade Sohmer is editor-in-chef of HyperVocal and co-host of SiriusXM's daily "Politics Powered By Twitter" program. Tweet him at @SladeHV.