Saturday, December 07, 2019

Jason Kander Talks Strength Of Quitting

Following his Kansas City mayoral contest opt out, this health mag think piece offers insight into "walking away" from bad situations in order to find meaning, fulfillment and public service in other more productive places . . . Forget partisan politics for just a sec, this insight into the human condition is actually worth a look . . .

Two Tough Guys Show Us the Right Way to Talk About Weakness

Andrew Luck is a tough guy. Just rewind the DVR to game nine of the 2015 season. His underdog Colts were leading the unbeaten Denver Broncos. In the fourth quarter, Luck initiated a QB scramble, and two behemoth Bronco defenders pummeled him with the kinds of hits that make you simultaneously love and hate football.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

It took a lot a strength for Jason to be such a pussy

Anonymous said...

^^^^^^^^^^FTW and the truth.

The guy is a quitter, fuck em feed em fish heads and forget he ever existed.

Anonymous said...

Give the guy some credit. He is getting a lot of mileage out of being nuts.
Sounds like just the guy to challenge the Q. next time.

Silvestor orgalthorp said...

This fascinating. John McCain was offered a chance to go home from the Honoi Hilton but he refused to quit on his fellow prisoners
I’d say that is an actual example of a “tough guy” instead of a politician who knew he couldn’t win a mayors election in a third rate city

Anonymous said...

Jason Kander is adorable, but has he actually ever done anything but quit?

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- PLAYERS AND WANNA-BE MAYORS

(L-R)
A thrower, and a blower, who sinks ever lower!!!

Ur mom gay said...

These comments are mean but they crack me up. Oh yeah, they're funny but their from a bunch of nobodies who never did sheet.

Anonymous said...

^^^ like you have done anything. Weird.