Saint Augustine once said, “In the absence of justice, what is sovereignty but organized robbery?” Jeff Cooper, the creator of the “modern technique” of handgun shooting, gave it to us like this, “We continue to be exasperated by the view, apparently gaining momentum in certain circles, that armed robbery is okay as long as nobody gets hurt!” Then Calvin Coolidge put it where the goats can get it when he spit, “Collecting more taxes than is absolutely necessary is legalized robbery.”
Well playas…the Golden State Warriors are pullin’ into San Antonio as we speak with empty duffle bags and ski masks on their faces ready to rob the joint blind! Steve Kerr announced on Friday night that he was sittin’ all of his horses tonight against the Spurs! That means that Steph, Klay, Day-Day and Iguodala won’t be playin’!
Let’s keep it real or all the way 100, whichever comes 1st! For boyz not to play when cats have spent big money on tickets to see them play, especially Steph, is “foul balls” any kind of way you look at it. Duns have been savin’ their hard earned bread to buy tickets to see Golden State and now the real singin’ group isn’t even gonna show up? Without Steph, Klay and Day-Day it’s just another hoop team. Stop it!
Here’s my hater standin’ on the sideline worryin’ about me. “Jay, you’re just mad because Golden State is about to lose their No.1 ranking in the West in a minute! That’s all!” Bruh, I could care less about who’s leadin’ in the West bruh. I’m fired up for the fans that paid hard earned money to see one of the best teams in the league play! Think about all of the kids that have been waitin’ for these duns to roll into town and now they aren’t even goin’ to play. That’s ignorant.
Yeah, I know boyz do it all over the league now. It still doesn’t make it right.
Here’s the hater again, “Well technically they didn’t pay to see Steph and Company. They paid to see the Golden State Warriors play the San Antonio Spurs! So as long as the Warriors play there’s nothin’ you can really say.”
Yeah, you sound like a complete fool with that one bruh. I know what the laws of marketin’ and promotion suggests. However, when the league promotes players instead of TEAMS then the fans are comin’ to see the superstars NOT the teams!
For years when the Lakers would roll into town boyz were in the buildin’ to see the Mamba not the dun that plays behind him.
If you’re sellin’ tickets to see the darn Jackson 5 and boyz show up and some dun named Mitchell is singin’ lead you’re probably ready to fight somebody! Especially if Mike is sittin’ backstage completely healthy and he’s just restin’ for the night. You show up lookin’ to see Destiny’s Child and some chick named Bonita is singin’ instead of Beyonce’ you’re lookin’ to tear somebody’s head off! If you’ve waited all year to go to the circus to see the Elephant Man and they run the little cheetah boy out there you’re throwin’ popcorn and soda demandin’ you’re bread back.
So don’t tell me about what technically is right or wrong! If LeBron or any dun with a GUARANTEED contract is healthy enough to play then they should be playin’. Allen Iverson used to pulled that foolishness all the time when they would come to Indiana. Now I’ve got no problem with cats not playin’ the entire game but he could at least play a quarter just for that the fans that paid top dollar get to see them. One hundred percent of the duns with Golden State gear on tonight came to see Steph!! Not his understudy and this isn’t a play.
At least when you go to see a play and the lead sits out the night you get the same lines! The part is the part whoever is playin’ it. Yeah, the lead might be a little better or more charismatic but the part is the part. Nobody can play Steph but Steph or Klay or Day-Day.
And PLEASE don’t tell me that it’s a long season bruh! That’s what they get paid to do and they’re makin’ millions of dollars a year to do it!!! They should be playin’ on their darn off days too! Stop me when I start lyin’!
1) Spit: verb – to say
2) Dun: noun – the person in question, dude, guy, etc. It’s whoever I’m talkin’ about and its non-gender specific.
3) Put it where the goats can get it: verb phrase – to make it as elementary as possible. To put it at ground level so everyone can understand it.
The caption under the photo isn’t real but its real talk!