Brett Favre made his “comeback” Friday night in Minneapolis and left much to be desired. Favre completed just one of four pass attempts, a four yard completion to rookie Percy Harvin. I know often times a box score doesn’t tell the whole story, but did anyone in Minnesota or Kansas City catch the game? Was their any silver lining in this performance? Was their a lack of protection? Or did Favre simply complete another phase in the decline of a legend? Post a comment if you watched the game.
Daily Archives: August 21, 2009
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Conclusions We Can Draw From the Semenya Gender Test
Making headlines this week is South African runner, Caster Semenya, who raised eyebrows by winning the World Championship in the 800 meters, and then raised doubts by, well, looking like a dude. One can only speculate what the outcome will be, but there are a few observations I’ve come up with to this point that I’d like to share.
- Dude does look like a lady man.
- Quite an embarrassing ordeal for him/her to go through, regardless of the result.
- You can’t spell Semenya without Semen!
- Her/his name totally reminds me of Juwanna Mann.
- Lastly, this is precisely why we shouldn’t have women’s sports (except those which men do not compete in e.g. field hockey, gymnastics, curling, etc.) Clearly, some “men” see the women’s ranks as a secondary division, where they can chop their junk off and still get a taste of Olympic glory. Eliminate women’s track, basketball, whatever… and we don’t have this problem! (yes, i’m completely kidding)