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Happy MLK Day!

Martin Luther: King of protestants

 

What a great, fun-filled sports weekend we just had, amirite?  The Cats completed a multi-sport, multi-gender sweep of Tennessee with a hard-fought (albeit exhausting to watch) game behind gritty performances that showcased tenacity and spirit.  Football playoffs were equal parts exhilarating and heart-breaking, as my man Tim Tebow got absolutely demolished (“Serves you right!” -Commenters, inevitably), and the 49ers came back TWICE to beat Drew “Bahama” Brees in an absolute thriller.  Oh, and the Clippers beat the Lakers for the first time in like a hundred years.  That DeAndre Jordan’s pretty good, huh?

 

The only thing that made the sports-filled weekend even better was the knowledge that you could stay up late and watch every single event on TV, because you didn’t have to wake up early to go to work today.  And I have a pretty good guess as to how that makes you feel.

 

But on days like today, when we, as a nation, take time to relax and remember, it’s important to take a step away from sports and commemorate something that’s a little bigger.  Today, we celebrate the fact that, thousands of years ago, Martin Luther posted the 95 Theses to the door of a Wittenburg cathedral, declaring himself the king of his own church, where he could do whatever he wanted and get away with it, including taking a Monday in February off of work.  It was a brilliant plan that we still embrace, hundreds of thousands of years later.  Thus, MLK (Martin Luther: King) Day.

 

So please, instead of treating today as “just another day off”, remember the reason for the season (if that phrase works for Christmas, it works now).  Of course, you can always enjoy your downtime by watching some elite high school recruits on ESPN  just be sure to consider why you have that downtime in the first place.  We all love the Cats, and we all love having time off, but it’s only right to put things in proper perspective today.

 

 

To help you in celebrating, since you’re likely out of work or school for the next several hours, take a look at some things going on around Lexington to commemorate MLK Day 2012:

 

1st Annual ML5K:  Sponsor yourself to take a nice jaunt around the city to raise awareness for Martin Luther’s enduring ideals.  Today’s supposed to be the warmest day of the week, so it’s a perfect opportunity to get a little exercise and help a good cause.  Invitations will be, well, nailed to your door.  Meet at 10 a.m. to register.

 

-If you have kids, be sure to bring them to the “Pin the Theses on the Cathedral” contest being held downtown.  Contest will be going between noon and 3 p.m., so get those kiddos out there and show them what peaceful protest is all about.  Grand prize is a copy of the new “Good Parenting” cookbook Diet of Worms: The New Paleo Regimen, for those of you interested in alternative sustenance.

 

-Finally, try to take a few minutes out of your busy schedule to call that old flame who broke your heart into a million pieces, since today also happens to be “Ex Communication Day” in most of the contiguous United States and Canada.  Sure, he/she may have treated you poorly in the past, but in the spirit of the holiday, it’s never too late to reconcile.

 

 

Stick around all day as we continue to make fun of Tennessee (except Jarnell Stokes; he’s scary), and look ahead to tomorrow’s game against Arkansas at Rupp.

 

(Obviously, I’m being facetious with the above events/”commemoration” business.  Martin Luther King, Jr. was truly a great man and a visionary, and our country is a better place for having had him in it.  Gandhi said that we are to “be the change [we] wish to see in the world”, and MLK, through his conviction and action, was an agent for the change that we all needed.)

Article written by Corey Nichols

104 Comments for Happy MLK Day!



  1. bo
    9:05 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    Lame.



  2. RipVanWinkle
    9:17 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    I know I fell asleep there . . . but it’s still January, right?



  3. jesusthenotorious
    9:19 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    BringbackBTI#



  4. GrumpyOldDude
    9:20 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    Does “facetious” = “weak”? I think so…..



  5. HicksPickSix
    9:20 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    Facetiousness acknowledged, but this is still done in poor taste.



  6. Chief McHeath
    9:21 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    Poor taste indeed.



  7. UK Cuge
    9:23 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    Well….I dug it!



  8. JoeMoney333
    9:23 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    Me n my friend made this joke today … it was worth 5 seconds n barely a chuckle, not worth a post. Sorry Not digging this one at all.



  9. manbearpig
    9:24 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    You know im pretty sure having to watch a Jersey Shore marathon in the same room as Andy Dick while listening to Justin Bieber on repeat could still not be as bad as this post



  10. Jeremy
    9:25 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    For satire to work, probably not best to pick a holiday that historically was opposed, devalued, and vilified, by a huge segment of society until recently and probably still is in many parts of the world today.

    Not good. Not funny.



  11. bababooey
    9:26 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    I hope Brandon Weems tweets his disdain for this post. Why would you do this? Why?



  12. Mark Wilson
    9:28 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    Dude really “Shazbot” , We’re trying to pull the #1 overall recruit and our main source of media is calling him “Shazbot”, I’m sure he loves that alot, Lets try something like Shabazz “King of the Gods” Muhammad



  13. Curious
    9:28 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    Come on, readers, why so serious? I thought it was well written and witty. The disclaimer was needed, though.



  14. bo
    9:29 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    Can’t wait for Presidents Day.



  15. I'mnotblackbut...
    9:29 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    I think this post is in poor taste. Matt, Beisner, somebody take it down.



  16. MIKE
    9:30 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    sweet sour sauce allll over my pus**



  17. ktmiln2
    9:34 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    I am outraged! The internet is serious business!!! EXclamation Points!!!11!111!



  18. G-Man
    9:34 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    Terribly poor taste in a post. Jesus…



  19. Seneca
    9:36 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    Epic Fail.

    Not Funny…

    “Today, we celebrate the fact that, thousands of years ago, Martin Luther posted the 95 Theses to the door of a Wittenburg cathedral, declaring himself the king of his own church.” WTF? Oh it was facetious. Yeah…, right.

    Lame



  20. PCrowded
    9:39 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    Good Lord people, get over yourselves . . . it was supposed to be funny . . . it just didn’t work out to be . . . that doesn’t make it taboo.



  21. Al's IndiCats
    9:39 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    If we can be happy for one thing today (tweeted by Jimmy Dykes) is that Jarnell Stokes not only learned how to strech today, but is able to keep his head band on and put the right shoes on the right feet. I’M IN AWE!!!!!



  22. Bledsoe's Biceps
    9:41 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    21) LOL Liked the shoes comment.



  23. ktmiln2
    9:43 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    I can’t believe we are talking about a holiday on this, the day after the death of the sense of humor of 75% of KSR readers.



  24. bigcuzzz
    9:44 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    Corey, some advice:

    Don’t try to be funny in every single thought, sentence, etc of your post… Not only because you’re not funny, but because we don’t always need the “ridiculousness”.

    Limit your use of parentheses with quips.

    You don’t always have to link a website or photo in every post either.

    Using your thesaurus to find “big” words doesn’t impress us. It only makes the post seem
    weird.

    Good luck.



  25. Serious Guy
    9:47 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    I think you all are being a little too critical. This was like a common SNL skit. Worth a good chuckle at first, funny concept, but then about 2 minutes too long.

    I can’t decide if the uber-serious folk above are mad because this post is racist or anti-Catholic, but either way it was a good effort.

    The other problem may be that many folk don’t know who Martin Luther is nor do they know that he is probably more important to what has happened in world history than MLK, and that is not a slight to MLK at all.

    In this country we have 2 holidays to celebrate a person’s birthday: Christmas and MLK Day. By the end of 2015, I suspect Dykes will advocate having a holiday in honor of Jarnell Stokes’s birthday, which I understand was just 4 or 5 years ago.



  26. ktmiln2
    9:47 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    24. You say “we” (I’m assuming you have a mouse in your pocket) don’t always need the ridiculousness, while the top of the page says, “University of Kentucky Basketball, Football, and Recruiting news brought to you in the most ridiculous manner possible.”



  27. Jack
    9:48 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    Don’t quit your day job Corey.



  28. Serious Guy
    9:49 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    I liked the ML5K race idea. I could see that actually happening.



  29. ktmiln2
    9:49 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    25. I’m with you, I doubt most of the people complaining actually understand the impact that Martin Luther: King had on the world as a whole. Not only in religion, but use of the printing press as well.



  30. manbearpig
    9:50 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    I have questionable tastes myself, prob one rung up the ladder from Sexington (no offense) but I just felt like there was no humor in this to be found. Are we sure Corey isn’t BTI’s alter ego?



  31. Tubby
    9:50 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    Very funny, I don’t get off work for MLK day so this makes me laugh. Also, MLK day is the last day public schools will use if snow days need to be made up during the year. That is how afraid our local govt. is of this.

    It was a couple “hundred” years ago. Good post.



  32. Another Perspective
    9:50 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    Actually, Corey is very quickly becoming one of my favorite writers here. I think this is very well-written and funny. We all know humor is subjective. If you didn’t “get” the humor here, I’m sure someone in your circle of friends will tell you a fart joke soon and reset your equilibrium.

    Well done, Mr Parker.



  33. Confusius
    9:51 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    Real knowledge is to know the extent of one’s ignorance.



  34. HicksPickSix
    9:54 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    32 – Corey, is that you?



  35. Another Perspective
    9:54 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    Confusion says, “Hey! Who are you calling ignorant??!!”



  36. Insane Membrane
    9:55 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    I am about as non-PC as you can get but this is poor taste. Obviously the goal of any post on this, or any other, site is to get as many hits as possible and have people talking about the piece but to offend so many people on a day like this is not warranted.



  37. Confusius
    9:56 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    He who learns but does not think, is lost! He who thinks but does not learn is in great danger.



  38. Coach Cal
    9:59 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    Hey 35… you throw a rock into a pack of dogs, the one that yelps is the one you hit.



  39. Another Perspective
    10:01 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    I know it upsets a lot of our fellow readers to be making jokes on a day like today – the anniversary of the death of Lurch (Ted Casdidy).



  40. Another Perspective
    10:02 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    Hey, 38! Yep. You yelped!



  41. Bill Clinton
    10:04 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    So, I defend a writer on the site but get the, “your comment is awaiting moderation?”

    I think the work I’m looking for is “IRONIC.”



  42. Sam Keathley
    10:05 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    awful idea, awful execution, awful formatting, awful post… in the running for worst I have ever seen on this site and NOT because it was too high-brow 32… it was just a dud



  43. why
    10:07 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    VERY poor taste. Wow!



  44. Wildcats2131
    10:10 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    Wtf is this post? So stupid.



  45. Confusius
    10:14 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    To be wronged is nothing unless you continue to remember it.



  46. mike
    10:20 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    There is no reliable evidence Gandhi ever made the quote attributed to him at the bottom of the post. There is documentary evidence that he had made similar statements, but never this quote.



  47. CATS
    10:24 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    Get your head out your rears, have a sense of humor, and realize your not a famous writing critic. GEEEEEEEEEZZZZZZZZ!!!!!



  48. SexnNursinHomes
    10:32 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    my best friend is black.



  49. joe
    10:32 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    not cool dude! quit tryin to be cute. ridiculous. this site has really gone down hill



  50. Bankshot
    10:33 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    I knew there would be whining.



  51. KY Republican
    10:34 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    Great Post! Ron Paul like Corey, was right — let’s eliminate this “holiday” once and for all!



  52. ktmiln2
    10:38 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    51. KY Republican- I don’t know if you’re trolling or not, seeing that with a lot of people on here it can be tough to distinguish whether they’re being serious or not, but I seriously doubt that was what Corey was saying.



  53. Lou eaton
    10:42 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    Infantile and absurd post unless the intent was to tick off thousands of Catholic readers including four churches within a few blocks of Rupp. Most of us realize (or at least assume) that this was an attempt at humor BUT reading the responses it obviously was a failure.



  54. old_school
    10:43 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    How much time must elapse before a historical figure can be the subject of jokes?
    Serious question. Jokes are made about Lincoln, who was also murdered – but at what point did that become acceptable?

    This post wasn’t offensive. You can debate whether or not was funny (I’ll at least give Corey credit for courage for taking a shot) but for some to be offended is pretty weak.

    I’ll also echo #25 who suggested that significance of Martin Luther’s rebellion against the corruption in the Catholic church has had much greater world-wide significance and impact than anything done by anyone in the last two or three centuries.

    That’s not a knock against MLK Jr., – who was a very courageous man – but even King’s reliance on Christianity and attempt to allign Biblical morality with social justice – was a result of Martin Luther’s work that took the Bible out of the hands of the Catholic tyrants and into the hearts of the people.

    Simply put – Martin Luther King’s work probably would not have been possible without the efforts of Martin Luther.

    For those of you calling “foul” – many of the same ones will be the ones typing all sort of juvenile, offensive things the moment KSR posts a picture of an attractive female.



  55. JVice
    10:48 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    Wow. So much hate for what was actually this guy’s best post to date. You guys who were butthurt by this really need to get over yourselves. It was funny!



  56. Pitino's Pant Leg
    10:50 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    Based on the comments above, I see the pussification of America is alive and well.



  57. Calipari'sInYourEar
    10:51 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    This day is about “Content of Character”

    For a man, this happens after he has grown hair on his balls.

    Don’t worry Corey, it should eventually happen, just hold on tight.



  58. well....
    10:53 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    To those who are offended…..

    Get over it. We all know and appreciate the significance of MLK. But lets be honest, most of us don’t sit at home and try to learn from his life, or do positive things to commemorate his cause. We all sit at home because it’s just another day tabbed as a “holiday” and we dont have to go to work.

    Yea this post sucked. But not because of Mr. Nichols attempt to “overlooked” MLK day.



  59. D-Rock
    11:05 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    @54/ old_school

    You continue to astound me with your idiocy. Congratulations. Martin Luther was a anti-Semitic zealot. He took the Bible out of the hands of Catholic “tyrants” and put them right into the hands of Protestant tyrants.



  60. Tiny
    11:06 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    48, I thought I was your best friend maun?



  61. Calm down
    11:11 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    I thought this was a decent enough read. I do wonder how many people even know who Martin Luther was but I get it. I don’t see why everything has to taken as racist, anti Catholic, or whatever. It was obviously not written with aggression trying to offend. It was a light hearted post. He didn’t take anything away from either man or either cause.



  62. Dirty Derk
    11:17 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    DUMB



  63. jameshoagy
    11:20 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    “Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that. -MLK Jr.



  64. james stivers
    11:20 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    Not worthy of KSR at all .



  65. KY Republican
    11:20 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    When Ronald Reagan opposed black equality as Governor of California, that was good for all. Let’s have a Ross Barnett, George Wallace, and Orval Faubus day — now those were great Americans!



  66. #CourierJournalDoesntExist
    11:21 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    I’m offended by everyones offendedness.



  67. robuk
    11:21 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    Corey you are an idiot! Not one bit funny isulting two great men of history! Don’t try to deny what you did.



  68. robuk
    11:22 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    can we stick to uk sports, it’s bad enough being insulted most every day by matt jones and his little conservative digs but he is what he is.



  69. frankoa
    11:24 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    I’m sure if Shabazz reads this he will be amused enough to go to UNLV.He has said he wanted his name pronounced correctly!

    I remember where I was when I heard about MLK’s killing…..In Business Law class and our professor was from Memphis and his family was still there…he cancelled class. I’m sure MLK Jr. would be amused also.

    Things around KSR have really gone down hill lately with the God article by Hammer Sat. night and now this!!



  70. WhoDatCatsFan
    11:26 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    I’m not going to criticize the content but the backlash of the unintentional (or intentional) message is enough to take it down.



  71. ron
    11:28 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    Hey Whiners, Please stop looking for reasons to be offended. Although this was not the funniest article ever written, it was intended to be humorous. Did you read to the end of the post? Get a life!



  72. Another Perspective
    11:28 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    It’s tough to read the comment section sometimes and see the stark reality that all men are NOT created equal. There are some of us members of BBN who are just a few basketballs short of a shootaround.



  73. bloody harlan
    11:38 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    Take this garbage down. This post is to KSR as pickles are to Orange Leaf Yogurt. Yep, I just compared KSR to Orange Leaf Yogurt.



  74. manbearpig
    11:41 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    #71 Yeah it was intended to be humorous but wasn’t. No where in this post was there anything that can be found as remotely funny, I award Mr. Nichols no points and may God have mercy on his soul



  75. KY Democrat
    11:41 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    To KY Republican, you epitomize the backward approach to race that characterizes many in your party.



  76. KSRFan
    11:44 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    WTF?



  77. Jarweed
    11:45 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    KSR is too good to have this post. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. deserves better on this day. People aren’t upset because of political correctness — it’s because his legacy requires decorum. He did serious good for people of every shade in this country. The morning post on here should reflect that fact. A serious man who was gunned down by a racist requires a serious post on this blog on this day. Any room for levity went out the window considering that Kentucky elected a senator who thinks the Civil Rights Act was overreach.



  78. Bald Guy
    11:49 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    When did people get so sensitive? I don’t agree with the post whatsoever but geez people this is one day out of the year if you want to honor one of the greatest men to ever walk on this earth try using the N word less and stop killing off your own bretheren. MLK Jr. deserves better than one day of rememberence… this kind of outrage makes me think that people would forget the guy if were not for the holiday.



  79. Lincoln park
    11:50 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    U people (commenters) need to get lives.



  80. Old Number
    11:51 am January 16, 2012 Permalink

    this post= not good in many, many ways



  81. Josh
    12:01 pm January 16, 2012 Permalink

    I am surprised that so many people actually realized that he was making a joke.



  82. KSRFan
    12:06 pm January 16, 2012 Permalink

    Good point above… I’m sure this will only impress recruits. (fecetious)



  83. CAUKFAN
    12:07 pm January 16, 2012 Permalink

    Stick to basketball KSR. Leave the satire to to SNL and the history to PBS.

    Both MLK and Martin Luther had a dramatic positive impact on society.



  84. john
    12:11 pm January 16, 2012 Permalink

    Weak and lame.



  85. Head Bussa
    12:13 pm January 16, 2012 Permalink

    Oh wow, his name was Martin Luther as well! Awesome! Not! Stupid post and kind of insulting for real. African-Americans have one day in which they get the country to celebrate a leader who is one of their own, and you find it a time to write a stupid post. If I want this junk I’ll go to one of the millions of idiotic websites out there. KSR is better than this.



  86. WhupAssNDaBluegrass
    12:24 pm January 16, 2012 Permalink

    If the intent of this site is to attract recruits then let’s stick with the pictures of big boobed girls in tight Kentucky shirts. If the intent of this site it support the Kentucky Wildcats then let’s stick with the pictures of big boobed girls in tight Kentucky shirts. If the intent of this site is to keep BBN up to date on the latest information as it pertains to our beloved Kentucky Wildcats then stick with; the critiques of Marquis Teague’s floor game, speculation if Terrence Jones is soft, support of MKG for MVP, auto-lob references; Matt Roark for MVP, the fact our cheerleaders kick ass, and it never hurts to have pictures of big boobed girls in tight Kentucky shirts. If the intent of this site is to entertain, I’m not sure taking the “too smart for the room approach” was the best fit. Swing and a miss dude, but keep swinging for the fences.

    P.S.
    It might have gotten a better acceptance if you would have tagged it with a picture of big boobed girl in a tight Kentucky shirt. Just saying.



  87. BUCats
    12:27 pm January 16, 2012 Permalink

    86 – exactly



  88. Mark Wilson
    12:32 pm January 16, 2012 Permalink

    GUYS GUYS….Whats all this religious stuff…What about calling Shabazz “Shazbot” thats what we really need to focus on



  89. Stanley Roberts
    12:46 pm January 16, 2012 Permalink

    No such thing as 1st Annual. Can’t be an annual event if it’s the first time being held…. Happy Monday!



  90. Logan
    12:55 pm January 16, 2012 Permalink

    If you don’t like what’s posted just don’t come here…to easy.



  91. CaliCat
    1:00 pm January 16, 2012 Permalink

    Very poor taste indeed. Most utterly disappointing thing I’ve ever seen on KSR.



  92. WhupAssNDaBluegrass
    1:08 pm January 16, 2012 Permalink

    Yes Logan, I think you are correct. I also think that because of one post that did not hit its intended target of being funny, nor really has a place in the forum (that being all things Cayts related), I will deprive myself of the other content I enjoy.



  93. FrankTheTank
    2:47 pm January 16, 2012 Permalink

    Sorry to change the idiots but SHABAZZ IS A BEAST!! Now back to our regularly scheduled ignorance!!



  94. El hombre Juan
    2:59 pm January 16, 2012 Permalink

    85 – what are you saying? African Americans (hmm they are from America, not Africa as the name would suggest) only have ONE day? Last I checked there are 365 in the roman calendar. Which one are you using, the one that says let them colored folk celebrate today cause tomorrow they goin back to work for my whip crackin azz?

    I take offense, sir.



  95. El hombre Juan
    3:20 pm January 16, 2012 Permalink

    59- individuals by themselves are not tyrants. The bible , if you ever read it (thanks Luther) actually tells you how to not be one. Too bad many people abuse it or misunderstand it but it’s like that with everything. Take clocks for example – you can either use it to tell time or wear a giant one around your neck. Some of you might think that comment is racist. To that I ask, who’s racist? The person who calls a duck a duck or the person who laughs at it on comedy central roast, lending credibility to the goofballs who portray black America as a bunch of buffoons and gangbangers? Wait, that’s what the white man wants anyway. Show it on the tv 364 days a year, get the kids to like it, create a culture that mlk tried to destroy, while giving him one complimentary day a year and keeping the people docile for a while longer. Yes my friends, the truth will set you free. To quote goodie mob “the truth hurts but you can’t be scared of it”



  96. UKeith26
    3:34 pm January 16, 2012 Permalink

    86: hilarious

    but yeah, this is by far a terrible post. a day we r supposed to celebrate the main leader in the civil rights movement, and you’re making fun of it. I come to KSR to read about Kentucky BASKETBALL.



  97. tubbybacker
    4:14 pm January 16, 2012 Permalink

    not cool



  98. ukgrad2004
    5:26 pm January 16, 2012 Permalink

    I am always get a kick out of it when someone says or does something that you just know he/she never dreamed would cause a problem, and then masses of people RIP THEM TO SHREDS OVER IT. Lol.



  99. ebell55
    5:30 pm January 16, 2012 Permalink

    This post was Lame let’s move on. Hope the writer leans from his mistake.



  100. Greg
    6:58 pm January 16, 2012 Permalink

    Who the *%$# cares. As someone above said “we celebrate only 2 birthdays in this country……Jesus and MLK”. Like these two are on the same level??????????? You gotta be kidding me. Sorry…this holiday makes me gag.



  101. Cardiax
    8:32 pm January 16, 2012 Permalink

    I’m a UofL fan who likes BigBlue Rednecks shooting themselves in the foot, but…..take it down for the love of god.



  102. James Earl Ray
    8:36 pm January 16, 2012 Permalink

    Even I’m against this post



  103. Believer
    9:00 pm January 16, 2012 Permalink

    C’mon guys, there is no reason to make any rude comments regarding Faith. The LORD is good, let’s worship him, not make fun of his people.



  104. Shawn Conley
    10:00 pm January 16, 2012 Permalink

    Surely you are not comparing MLK jr. to our
    Lord and Savior Jesus Christ!
    I am glad to be off work and all but get real, no one
    you shouldn’t even try to compare anyone to the Son of God.