Category Archives: Sports

Snitch on Neighbors is New Viral Ethic

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Mayor de Blasio encouraged citizens to snitch on their neighbors:

“We still know there’s some people who need to get the message. And that means sometimes making sure the enforcement is there to educate people and make clear we’ve got to have social distancing,”

So, New Yorkers responded by overloading His Honor’s snitch line with middle fingers.

 

Tokyo Olympics In Lockdown Until Summer 2021

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The Tokyo Olympics are in lockdown due to the Corona Virus. Unlike the 2016 Zika Olympics in Rio, the 2020 games won’t go on this summer. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and International Olympic Committee president Thomas Bach agreed to postpone the games until 2021. But, for some reason, the name, Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, won’t change.

Best of Bok 2019

Here are some of the cartoons I liked best from last year:

Virginia Governor, Ralph Northam, blackface
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vaccine deniers
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Elite University scandal, bribe coach, admissions bribery scandal, Lori Laughlin
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Boeing, 737 Max, 737 Max design failure, design by committee
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New York, Taxes, Rich, Wealthy, Refugees
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spy, surveillance, fisa, fbi
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Biden, old white guy, sleepy joe biden gets woke, 2020 campaign
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Trump income taxes
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Conspiracy theories
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Attorney General William Barr Deep State
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Trump, Tariffs, mexico
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Immigration, concentration camp, customs, border patrol
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iran, sanctions, nuclear deal, uranium
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Budget deal, debt, deficit, debt ceiling, spending cap, swamp
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Mueller, Mueller report, Russia, Russia collusion
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China tries to extradite Hong Kong defendants to mainland
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Ukraine, Ukraine call, Trump, Biden, corruption, quid pro quo
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counterpoint, impeachment, secret testimony, Adam Schiff, House Intelligence committee
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NBA, Nike, Betsy Ross, Kaepernick, Lebron James, shoes,
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Counterpoint, Trump, al Baghdadi, assassination, stable genius, austere religious scholar
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Hell, al Baghdadi, Me Too, assassination
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2020 Election, Trump, impeachment, Voters
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Counterpoint, mexico, murder, mormons, President Obrador, hugs, not bullets
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Thanksgiving, immigration, open borders, politics
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2020 election, Bloomberg, media, news
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Counterpoint, Russia, Collusion, Ukraine, Obama, Trump, missile defense,Poles, Czechs, Russian Assets
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Steny Hoyer House impeachment of Trump
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New Year’s Coach Drop

Browns coach, Freddie Kitchens fired, John Dorsey GM, New Year's
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It’s that magical time of year when Cleveland Browns fans count down the dropping of the ball on the head of their football coach. So, out with Head Coach Freddie Kitchens and in with the new.

Here’s what Jason Gay had to say in this morning’s WSJ:

Consider the freshly dismissed Freddie Kitchens. Just a few hours ago, Freddie had to spend a lot of time worrying about the Cleveland Browns. Now he doesn’t have to worry about the Cleveland Browns ever again. Right there, that’s a life upgrade.

And he added:

In addition to Kitchens in Cleveland, the Giants parted ways with Pat Shurmur after two seasons.

The Browns parted ways with Shurmur in 2012.

Oops, the big ball just dropped on GM John Dorsey too. He’s the guy who hired Freddie as head coach.

Head Smash Remorse From Myles Garrett

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Sunday was a bad day for Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph. He threw four interceptions and his team lost to the Cleveland Browns 21 to 7. But things could get worse. And they did. Browns defensive end Myles Garrett bludgeoned Rudolph in the head medieval mace style with his own helmet.

Remorse

So the No Fun League suspended Garrett indefinitely. But he’s appealing the suspension on Wednesday. And Commissioner Roger Goodell says the key for Myles is remorse.

“We’ll make a judgment on does he have remorse, does he understand why it’s not acceptable, do we understand what he’s going to do to make sure it doesn’t happen again. Those are the things that are going to be very important for us…If they get it and they understand that they make a mistake, and say, ‘I’m committed to changing,’ you’re usually on a good path.”