And Herein I Present the Greatest Story Ever Told About a Scholar Who Gets to Class on Time

Alotta guys out there saying that 80% of life is just showing up.  That may be true, but there’s another 20% to work with, and I’m gonna split it evenly between showing up ON TIME and being able to tell a great fucking story.  Well this dude DR[sigma]W gets a 100% on that scale.  Shows up, on time and tweets out the play-by-play when another guy shows up and the “Brady Bunch” asks DR[sigma]W to give up his seat.  It’s like a Seinfeld episode with racial overtones, and by racial overtones I mean the scholar DR[sigma]W turns it into a hilarious racial situation.  And if you don’t think this is hilarious, well, you might just be a Trump voter.

“I won’t say a hero, cause what’s a hero?  But sometimes there’s a man for his time and place.” – The Stranger, The Big Lebowski  



Ok, call me a liberal, but I don’t think any white person ever asks a black person to give up any seat, ever, in any situation.  That’s just history, you guys.  I don’t care if a white great-grandma with a wooden leg shows up at Cracker Barrel and Dennis Rodman is hogging a rocker out front.  Kind of a flash point, and you just don’t go there.  Would be like asking a black guy to help carry some chains.  Not cool.  Maybe I’m overly sensitive to it, but I even get a little uncomfortable when Jake grabs the front seat in the Escalade and makes the linemen crowd into the back on the way to football camp.  But that’s me. 



He ruined the Beatles reunion.  That doesn’t even make sense, but its hilarious.


So what happened on Thursday?


“Trying so hard to be great but alas, I’m locked out.  What luck I have?  Sir thank you.”  Damn Shakespeare, this guy.  And here’s our hero chillin before class on Thursday.  Well done sir, well done.


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