I am here with someone who is on television, and would like to scream at your face for the next hour.
“I WOULD LIKE TO THANK YOU FOR HAVING ME MICKEY, BUT I AM FAR TOO ANGRY FOR THAT, OK.”
“FIRST LET ME JUST SAY THAT WHATEVER OPINION YOU HAVE, I DISAGREE WITH IT JUST FOR THE SAKE OF DISAGREEING WITH IT, OK.”
“I CAN LITERALLY DISAGREE WITH ANYTHING YOU MIGHT HAVE TO SAY, SIMPLY TO DISAGREE WITH IT.”
“AND GET PAID FOR IT.”
“LET’S ALSO JUST FORGET ABOUT WHATEVER PRECONCEIVED NOTIONS OR BIASES YOU HAVE, ALRIGHT?”
“I MAY BE BLACK, OR WHITE, MALE OR FEMALE. WHAT IS IMPORTANT IS THAT I AM SHOUTING AT YOUR FACE, SUBCONSCIOUSLY AGGITATING ANY OF THOSE BIASES YOU MAY HAVE, OK?”
“YOU AREN’T EVEN PAYING ATTENTION TO ANY WORDS I AM SAYING, JUST THAT I AM SHOUTING THEM TO YOU IN A VERY LOUD MANNER, THEREBY REINFORCING ANY NEGATIVE BIASES AND BELIEFS THAT YOU HAVE AGAINST ANY STEREOTYPES OF WHICH I MAY JUST SO HAPPEN TO FIT.”
“I KNOW THAT SOUNDS LIKE CRAZY TALK, BUT I GET PAID FOR SITTING UP HERE LIKE A CHARACTER AND SHOUT DIRECTLY INTO YOUR EAR HOLE AND SUBVERSIVELY AGITATE YOU AND YOUR BELIEFS.”
“DON’T LOOK AT ME, YOU’RE THE ONE WITH THE REMOTE CONTROL IN YOUR HAND.”
“AND NOW, A WORD FROM OUR SPONSORS.”
“DON’T ASK ME WHERE THEY GET THE MONEY.”
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- Stephen A. Smith is furious with the Pittsburgh Steelers after they agreed to trade Antonio Brown to the Oakland Raiders for a third and fifth-round pick while taking on $21.1 million in dead money against their salary cap. Max Kellerman suggests that this is how the Steelers operate and they drew a line in the sand to send a message to their players that the franchise will not let this situation happen again.
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