Skip to comments.A flag and 15 yards for a slur
Posted on 03/02/2014 7:23:10 AM PST by NKP_Vet
Sticks and stones can break my bones, but words will never hurt me. Or so we once thought.
America's schoolyards were tough places to play in the old days, where kids settled their arguments with skinned knuckles, bloody noses and a minimum of grown-up interference. But that was when the well-prepared scholar arrived for the first day of school with a Big Chief tablet, a clutch of Eberhard Faber No. 2 pencils, a bag lunch (if he could avoid the lunchroom), and an apple for the teacher. Now it's against the law to bribe a teacher, an iPad mini has replaced the Big Chief and most important of all, every kid needs his lawyer.
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We have become a nation of whiney, perpetually offended, sissies.
Probably the greatest hitter of all time Ted Williams said hitting a baseball was the hardest thing there is to do in sports. He would be asked how he was so good at it and he would say he practiced all the time and still missed more than 60% of the pitches.
Yup, baseball is a game of failure, at least for hitting. You are doing really good if you manage to do it 3 times out of 10, in the modern era only a handful have even approached 4 out of 10, with one surpassing it. No one has ever done it half the time.
Is it any wonder that we rasiss white folk enjoy the winter Olympics so much? Curling and women’s biathlon are 2 of the favorites of this creepy - ass cracker... oops, I just got a penalty I think.
“Jew 92! Jew 92! KIKE!”
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