Colin Kaepernick Sat Down and I Don’t Give A Shit

“Nothin’ ever doesn’t change, but nothin’ changes much.”

~OK Go, White Knuckles

When I discovered Colin Kaepernick—Kaep, for the sake of brevity—sat through the National Anthem, I giggled.

I knew he’d receive flack, and I made a quick Facebook post in support of said flack. I’ve never been a fan, and therefore was amused that the low-grade yet multi-millionaire quarterback would be getting raked through the press.

Had I known it was going to become another impassioned shouting match between side-takers, I wouldn’t have bothered.

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Thank You, Preston Lacy

Rodney Dangerfield said he didn’t get any respect.

It was his most famous hook, and mostly a lie. Everyone respected Rodney. But only after he was famous.

The line came from his life, and was born in honesty: stand-up-comedy as a whole isn’t respected. It’s the only art form where heckling occurs. There’s an old line, “You never see anyone bring a guitar and amplifier to a concert and start playing back at the band.” At a comedy show, people yell out whatever enters their pea-brain. That doesn’t happen at the theater.

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