The New York Post just had an article about him and his wife and their daily life, which for some reason someone at the NYP thought people would be interested in. On a slow workday, I decided to skim through it. One thing that stuck out to me was his wife, pictured below. Now Skip, … Continue reading Does Skip Bayless use the “N” word?
With Game of Thrones ending recently, people are turning to any source they can to get their Tyrion Lannister sized entertainment. Seeing opportunity calling, a man in Long Island flopped a phone book on the ground (I assume), got up to eye level with other customers in the store, then went on a bizarre, unnecessary … Continue reading Somebody get this kid a happy meal
Its happened again. It's inevitable at this point. No matter what someone does, no matter their intent, no matter the significance or symbolism of a gesture, someone somewhere will ultimately find a reason to be offended. Or, at the very least, pretend to be offended simply because they know they can be, that it will … Continue reading Erasing history one false outrage at a time
We've been hearing the term "hate crime" used more and more these days, it's thrown around too often and used too liberally. When broken down, it's pretty obvious what it means. An offending act that's criminal in nature done as a result of personal prejudice. The hate in this scenario is usually out of contempt … Continue reading What’s a hate crime?
Finally, a form of protest I fully support. I don't even care what it is these people are against, but I 100% believe that more people should follow their lead. Boring protests, such as crybaby students sitting idly by in a school to quietly have their voice heard, or gathering a large mass of people … Continue reading The Best form of Protest
We're not exactly living in the Handmaids tale, but if you were to listen to a lot of the current backlash from the abortion ban in Alabama and others going on across the country, you'd think we're on track to be there soon. The bill bans abortions and carries a sentence of up to 99 … Continue reading Can’t outlaw ALL abortions
Michael Scott had many humanitarian causes he cared about, such as making sure underprivileged urban youth had a full ride through college (or at least a fresh laptop battery), that he could bring a Scranton party atmosphere to an otherwise boring convention at a hotel, and to honor the memory of prior Dunder Mifflin managers … Continue reading Rabies: More serious than measles