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To anti-gay conspirators, busted officials and legislators gone wild, we say: Occupy This! 

Hey, Curry, your ride’s here! Nobody in Nashville’s sporting world has sported a Boner quite like Titans receiver Kenny Britt. Rather than using the lockout usefully — say, by recording a rap song — Britt decided he would keep getting arrested for completely avoidable driving offenses. Like driving on a suspended license. Or speeding while driving on a suspended license. Or driving recklessly with a suspended license. Kenny, dude — hire a driver. Of course, no chauffeur could have prevented Britt from his New Jersey arrest for obstructing the administration of the law, resisting arrest and evidence tampering. Britt did not react well to police suspecting he was in possession of marijuana. Cops say they smelled dope and found a crushed-up cigar in Britt’s hand. This all happened — swear to God — a day after some of those numerous motor vehicle charges in Jersey were settled. Then Britt didn’t react well to speculation he’d be suspended, leading to a bizarre incident in which he claimed his Facebook account had been hacked — first with retirement news and a special message for the NFL commissioner (“F*** You Goddell”), then a “Change of Heart” vowing that “I will accept any penalty like a man.” Kenny’s lockout missteps were glossed over when the players came back to work and the young wideout showed great promise — until he blew out his knee and missed the rest of the year. As you recuperate, Kenny, consider these two words: public transportation.

Image credit: Alex Fine


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Uploaded: Dec 8, 2011
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