Remember that time your boss gave you a trophy just for coming into work? Yeah, me neither. Remember the time your mom and dad... or dads... or moms... gave you a trophy for doing your homework? Yeah, I'm drawing another blank, too. #childabuse
Well Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison (who knows a thing or two about excellence) also doesn't believe in trophy-giving just for showing up and doing what you were supposed to be doing in the first place. That bastard.
father who cares
, came home to find his two sons were "awarded" with participation trophies and he took the occasion to tell the world that sometimes, giving your best, isn't good enough to get a pity trophy.
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We have one thing to say to this:
A-freaking-men Mr. Harrison. See, we're living in a society full of whiners and entitled brats who've been inundated (and have sadly believed) their entire life with self-esteem propaganda, and "you're wonderful as you are," BS, while the same society belittles and badmouths people who've accomplished something in their life. The result has been a crapload of welfare-recipients with their hands out who think they deserve everything just for exchanging carbon dioxide for oxygen. Then they whine about global warming.
James Harrison doesn't want his sons to turn into wimpy, pathetic "men" who moan about
and point at people while crying, "IT'S NOT FAIR THEY HAVE THAT NICE CAR AND I DON'T," and turn into little mooches sucking at the teet of society. Harrison want's his sons to work hard and achieve. Like he has. What an @ssclown.
Harrison wants his sons to
grow into men
, to earn their accolades, to reach for greatness and excellence and then be rewarded, not for doing their best, but being BETTER than other people. Yes. Better. Than. Other. People. It's called competition, yo, and Harrison's bringing it back. Imagine what our society would be like with more dads like Harrison and fewer dads like the
Obamacare pajama boy
How long will it be before the leftists react with their typical
competition is bad
bullsh!t? Yeah, it's already happening. #typical
Hey leftists, here's an imaginary trophy for having the finger dexterity to type drivel into a comment section. #ParticipationIsGoodEnough