Now here’s a wrestling take down.
A fake, a leap, and a suplex. That’s a display of beauty.
Glasco Martin. Trey Watts, Damien Williams, Brandon Oliver. Lache Seastrunk. Antonio Andrews. I’m knee-deep in 2014 running back prospects lately. The RSP Writers Project is slow going right now, but still chugging along. And Cian Fahey has done some nice work with three pieces for our Mirror Images series.
I just wrapped up a series called Prove It that will be at Footballguys in the coming weeks. I’ll also be increasing the frequency of my posts at the RSP as we roll through the month of July.
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First heard Surreal and DJ Balance watching a Greg Little highlight. Yep, this is how I get my pop culture nowadays – and I’m often years behind the times. Better late than never.
- Coaching and Philosophy Changes – Jason Wood brings it with an informative read that profiles the 37% turnover rate in NFL coaching between 2012-2013. I think this should be a primer for every football fan’s preseason.
- Reading the Defense – A column chock full of good IDP information by Jene Bramel.
- The Four Noble Truths of Fantasy Football – Davis Mattek gets philosophical and you get a dose of perspective.
It’s funny because it looks like the kids are really scared this dude is a zombie, but I’d bet most of these kids are really scared that some violent and mentally ill dude has escaped from a psychiatric ward – an more realistic thought and equally dangerous as a zombie.
The stupidity is where this guy is conducting this prank. White, black, or brown, one of the unwritten rules of cruel irony in the United States when it comes real estate is that some of the worst neighborhoods in any town are along a street with the name Martin Luther King.
If you grew up on MLK, you probably saw enough to learn that you don’t take shit off anyone. So it comes as no surprise to me that this guy winds up with a gun in his face and getting chase out of a park fearing for his life. If there were a film crew within the kids’ sight, I think we’d see a different
These kids aren’t wildlife or reacting “savagely” to the man’s behavior. In fact, I don’t think this actual “wild animal” below is any more savage than these kids for not wanting this woman to invade its space. Sometimes what we think is civilized behavior is completely unnatural.
File under ‘stupid humans’.
- Wells Fargo Typo Victim Dies In Court – Guy loses everything due to bank typo. File under ‘Scary-true’.
- Terrance Blanchard Turns a Tragic Champion Into An Opera Hero – Emile Griffith was a welterweight champion who killed a man in the ring who mocked his closeted sexuality.
- Three Former NSA Employees Praise Edward Snowden – File under ‘believe what you will’.
- John Cusack: The Snowden Principle – File under ‘celebrity bully pulpit’.
When society becomes too superficial.
H/T to Sigmund Bloom
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Whether he’s really onto something or you enjoy the mere fact that he raises questions, I miss George Carlin. Thanks for reminding me, Bryan.