Found February 21, 2012 on Kissing Suzy Kolber:
It’s the offseason. There’s no football on, and there won’t be for a long, long time. You’re hurt. You’re angry. You’re hateful. We understand. At KSK, hating things is what we do best. Which is why we have the ongoing series This Week In F–K You. This week: Troy Aikman. Over the past few years, a number of professional BIG PICTURE writers whose hustle it is to try to predict seismic shifts in cultural thinking (Malcolm Gladwell of course foremost among them, but other, less obviously gimmicky writers as well) have laid out the argument that the issue of football’s inability to deal with concussions will eventually marginalize or possibly even destroy the reigning king of American sports and things that are great. Coddammit. I’m not saying these people are necessarily wrong. I’m saying that I hate them because they are telling me things that I don’t wish to hear. QUIT ADDING TO MY WORRIES, JERKS! JUST LET US GET PAST THIS YEAR’S APOCALYPSE FIRST, ALL RIGHT!? Anyway, the scenarios pu

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