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Lauren Hill, Leah Still, and Devon Still’s Thursday Morning Wakeup

Last night, I found myself watching the ESPYs, mainly because the hotel TV only has so many channels and I had nothing better to do than read people’s tweets about it. As you might expect, ESPN’s decision to give the Arthur Ashe Courage Award to Caitlyn Jenner instead of Lauren Hill, the late Mount St. Joseph’s basketball player who died from brain cancer; or Devon and Leah Still, the father and daughter duo who beat up cancer, was a popular topic of debate.

Personally, I respect and admire Caitlyn Jenner’s journey and found her speech moving, but I want to focus on Lauren, Devon, and Leah’s stories today.

Here’s the clip of Stephen Curry presenting Lauren’s family with the “Best Moment” award (warning, tissues may be needed):

And Devon Still’s acceptance speech for the Jimmy V award, which will make the room dusty unless you’re made of stone:

Instead of bickering over who won a (meaningless) award (from a joke of an awards show), let’s revel in these inspirational stories. And hope for a slightly lighter Thursday.

SEC Media Days wraps up

Don’t get me wrong, there’s a certain charm to Media Days: the frenetic energy of the Hyatt Regency lobby, the ever-present Alabama fans, the media people watching, the bottomless Dr. Pepper. But, all exhausting things must come to an end. Georgia, Ole Miss, and LSU will finish up Media Days today, and if not for Les Miles, I’m sure half of the reporters would already be home by now. I’ll be on site for one last hurrah before hitting the road for Nashville. After a whirlwind day following the Cats, I plan on taking it a little bit easier and get goofy with things tomorrow before heading home.

Matt, Drew, and Tomlin start their coverage of the NBA Summer League

The boys arrived in Vegas last night and for the next four days, will cover the former Cats in the NBA Summer League. Because they don’t have credentials (long story), they’ll have to watch the games at the gym and go back to the hotel to write, hopefully resisting all of Vegas’ temptations along the way. (Or at least getting their work done first.)

Here’s Thursday’s schedule so you can follow along at home (all times Pacific):

COX Pavilion

1 PM — # 24 Milwaukee vs. #8 Phoenix (Game 45)
3 PM — #22 Dallas vs. #6 NBA D-League (Game 48)
5 PM — #20 Washington vs. #4 New Orleans (Game 49)
7 PM — #17 Chicago vs. #1 Toronto (Game 51)

Thomas & Mack

1:30 PM — #12 Golden State vs. #5 New York (Game 46)
3:30 PM — #10 Brooklyn vs. #7 San Antonio (Game 47)
5:30 PM — #14 Atlanta vs. #3 Denver (Game 50)
7:30 PM — #15 Portland vs. #2 Boston (Game 52)

Yesterday, Willie had 6 points, 4 rebounds, and 3 blocks before leaving the game after bumping knees with someone. (Don’t worry, he’s okay.) In other notable performances, Julius Randle had 17 points and 4 rebounds in 21 minutes in the Lakers’ loss to the Mavericks. Karl Towns had 20 points, 10 rebounds, 2 assists, and 3 blocks in the Timberwolves’ loss to the Trail Blazers. This was one of those blocks:

Devin Booker watched Floyd Mayweather work out

Just stopped by and watched the champ work. Great experience. Thanks for havin me by @floydmayweather. #TMT

A photo posted by Devin Booker (@dbook) on

All this does is remind me how short Mayweather is.

Landon Foster is on the Danny Wuerffel Trophy Watch List

This bit of news fell through the cracks on a busy news day, but yesterday, senior punter Landon Foster was named to the watch list for the the Wuerffel Trophy, college football’s premier award for community service. Foster has made volunteering a priority throughout his career at UK, including a week-long service trip to Ethiopia last year. Congrats to Landon, who also happens to be one of my favorite Twitter follows on the football team.

Ryan Lemond and Jared Lorenzen take over KSR

With Matt and Drew in Vegas, we went to the bullpen for today’s show. Ryan and Jared Lorenzen kindly agreed to fill in this morning, so tune in to hear Jared’s take on all the recent football news and Ryan being Ryan.

Article written by Mrs. Tyler Thompson

No, I will not make you a sandwich, but you can follow me on Twitter @MrsTylerKSR or email me.

75 Comments for Lauren Hill, Leah Still, and Devon Still’s Thursday Morning Wakeup



  1. BenHur
    8:34 am July 16, 2015 Permalink

    I supposed it could be called “brave” to surgically and chemically mutilate your own body. Next people are going to say they always thought they should have been a horse, and we’ll have to enact laws to make sure we don’t discriminate against centaurs.



    • BenHur
      8:38 am July 16, 2015 Permalink

      *suppose



  2. Mixxy
    8:37 am July 16, 2015 Permalink

    I have no personal animosity toward Bruce Jenner, but until he has to die for his choice to pretend to be a woman, he doesn’t deserve to be mentioned as courageous, at least not in the same sense that Lauren Hill should be. I’m glad ESPN found some way to honor her, but you have to wonder if that moment would have ever happened had millions of critics not publicly shamed them into doing so. Grace in the face of certain impending death is what the Arthur Ashe award was created for. Lauren exactly embodied that, as did Ashe. It’s a slap in the face to both her and Ashe to equate their deaths to being a drag queen. I mean, honestly, this years Ashe award is an emperor that has no clothes.



    • BMT
      9:51 am July 16, 2015 Permalink

      Well said!



    • 8 god
      10:15 am July 16, 2015 Permalink

      Lauren Hill was a fixture on ESPN programming for months, morons.



    • Dee W.
      11:08 am July 16, 2015 Permalink

      ^^^and what does that have to do with the fiasco over this “awards” ceremony? Nothing.



    • BBNBIGTIME
      11:36 am July 16, 2015 Permalink

      Mixxy is rightty.



  3. whodat
    8:43 am July 16, 2015 Permalink

    the intro was yet another PC post on this topic



  4. RD
    9:03 am July 16, 2015 Permalink

    Totally agree with Bob Costas that this was simply a way for ESPN to bump their ratings. Jenner hasn’t been closely associated with sports in nearly 40 years. Most young folks know him from the Kardashian reality show. What about former Bill QB Jim Kelly? He would’ve been a fine choice to receive the award too.



    • cracka
      9:33 am July 16, 2015 Permalink

      this is what I was thinking, moreso than who deserves which award is what does jenner even have to do with sports? jenner was in the Olympics a loonnng time ago



  5. Marco in PA
    9:05 am July 16, 2015 Permalink

    Bruce Jenner courageous??

    We’ve have lowered the standard for what courage is. Ask a soldier how courageous he/she feels about Jenner.



  6. shepdog3270
    9:38 am July 16, 2015 Permalink

    This is a joke…..we continue to glamorize freak shows, all in the name of fame. Courageous, to slice off your [email protected]%k and wear women’s clothing? What next, are we going to sell aborted babies organs and do it in the name of science???? Oh, nevermind!



    • yEET
      10:18 am July 16, 2015 Permalink

      Lol, ironically stem cells were used to fight Leah’s cancer, if ya wanna talk about baby organs



    • Dee W.
      11:16 am July 16, 2015 Permalink

      Her stem cell treatment to fight her cancer was from adult stem cells. Stem cells can be taken from adults and from umbilical cord blood and have numerous treatments less likely to be rejected by the body.



    • Uwe Blab's Perm
      2:30 pm July 16, 2015 Permalink

      yEET…its best to be thought an idiot before opening your mouth and removing all doubt. Get your facts straight.



  7. seefus
    10:04 am July 16, 2015 Permalink

    ditto to all previous posts. espn is pathetic. jenner is a mentally disturbed being.



  8. katsrock
    10:14 am July 16, 2015 Permalink

    You personally “respect and admire Caitlyn Jenner’s journey ” ??

    Why would anyone respect and admire mental illness?

    Stick to UK sports and leave your radical views out.



    • 8 god
      10:16 am July 16, 2015 Permalink

      I laughed out loud at this one. HAHAHA YOU STILL THINK BEING LGBT IS MENTAL ILLNESS WHAT CENTURY DO YOU LIVE IN



    • seefus
      10:22 am July 16, 2015 Permalink

      who made you god?



    • Tocqueville
      10:32 am July 16, 2015 Permalink

      John’s Hopkins Medical Center, who pioneered sex change surgery, no longer does it because in recent years they reversed course and concluded that “transgenderism” was a mental disorder, and so performing these surgeries would be akin to enabling a teen who cuts herself because of bad self-image. So the momentum is in the direction of it being considered a mental disorder. Telling sick people that everything is okay only serves to keep them from getting the help they really need.



    • 8 god
      10:44 am July 16, 2015 Permalink

      The name is a reference to Drake’s moniker of “6 god.”

      “8 god” is doubly UK-relevant because Drake loves UK and we have 8 titles.



  9. smh
    10:16 am July 16, 2015 Permalink

    BBN showing its ignorance and intolerance again.



    • Mxyzptlk
      10:28 am July 16, 2015 Permalink

      …by protesting ESPN’s intolerance of the people who actually deserved the award?



    • 8 god
      10:42 am July 16, 2015 Permalink

      Irony alert — you only know the stories of “the people who actually deserved the award” because ESPN BROUGHT YOU THEIR STORIES AND GAVE THEM ENORMOUS AMOUNTS OF CAMERA TIME. Including Jenner, a new kind of story for sports, does not take away from ESPN’s tired coverage of cancer patients and wounded soldiers.



    • Mxyzptlk
      10:58 am July 16, 2015 Permalink

      8god appears intolerant of female college athletes who are now deceased.



    • 8 god
      11:01 am July 16, 2015 Permalink

      By respecting Jenner, I necessarily disrespect Hill? Doesn’t work that way. Don’t turn Hill and Still into weapons against the nonexistent left-wing agendas that you all are so mad about.

      I wish I had a better way to say this, but you are an idiot.



    • Dee W.
      11:17 am July 16, 2015 Permalink

      “BBN showing its ignorance and intolerance again.”

      That sounds very ignorant and intolerant – which it is.



    • BBNBIGTIME
      11:40 am July 16, 2015 Permalink

      Dee W. for the win!



    • Smarter than U
      4:16 pm July 16, 2015 Permalink

      8 god is only embarrassing himself/herself/itself now….he/she/it should stop while only miles behind.



  10. CatsBy80
    10:17 am July 16, 2015 Permalink

    I have no issue whatsoever with transsexual people and gay people… It’s your life… Do as you please… What I do have a problem with is the agenda that is being pushed on the rest of Americans. Why does the act of changing your gender deserve to be awarded? I think it is absolutely deplorable that ESPN gave the Ashe award to Jenner, especially when you consider some of the struggles that others have gone through in the world of sports this year… Lauren Hill, Leah & Devon Still, Noah Galloway… Yet they find it acceptable to award Jenner with this prestigious award? Give me a break…



    • Tocqueville
      10:38 am July 16, 2015 Permalink

      What upset me the most was the OBVIOUS quid-pro-quo between Bruce Jenner and ABC/DIsney/ESPN. ABC gets the interview, Bruce gets an ESPY, and no doubt a Disney movie “based on the courageous true story” will quickly follow. These crass, manipulated, manufactured moments leave me cold.



  11. 2 sides
    10:35 am July 16, 2015 Permalink

    8 god, the former chief psychiatrist at John’s Hopkins states that transgenderism is a mental disorder, so Katsrock has credible grounds to make that claim.



    • 8 god
      10:49 am July 16, 2015 Permalink

      “former” chief psychiatrist.



    • 2 sides
      11:26 am July 16, 2015 Permalink

      Seriously? Is that a rebuttal? He wasn’t removed or fired. He moved into a position at John’s Hopkins Medical School. I mentioned the comments of a John’s Hopkins chief psychiatrist to refute your insinuation that believing transgenderism is a mental disorder is a stone-age belief. You argue that by putting quotation marks around the word former? It is a legitimate discussion point to highlight that John’s Hopkins Hospital no longer performs gender reassignment surgery based on decades of evidence that shows little to no improvement in the patient’s mental state. In fact, the suicide rate amongst people having the reassignment surgery increases 20% compared to the average person.



    • 8 god
      11:30 am July 16, 2015 Permalink

      The point is, there’s a reason you cited the former chief, not the current chief. Just because one chief psychiatrist at one university said that it’s a disorder does not mean that it’s a mainstream belief. There are climate-change-denying scientists, but they’re not right just because they’re otherwise qualified.



    • CatsBy80
      1:34 pm July 16, 2015 Permalink

      Yes, but he’s also the former chief at one of, if not the, most prestigious hospitals in the world. Also, just because some other doctors may argue that it isn’t a disorder doesn’t mean that we should believe them, either. Your argument is so flawed and lacks substantial foundation.



  12. 8 god
    10:38 am July 16, 2015 Permalink

    You stupid fools are the precise reason that Caitlyn Jenner’s actions are courageous. She feared for her entire life that society would hate her for who she really is, and this morning you lovely people have confirmed that fear. Yet she chose nonetheless to persevere through death threats, hatred, and blackballing by much of society in order to be the person she was born to be.

    courage: mental or moral strength to venture, persevere, and withstand danger, fear, or difficulty.

    ESPN’s choice of Jenner for the Arthur Ashe Award for COURAGE is compliant with this definition. Caitlyn Jenner, whose athletic record speaks for itself, showed extreme MENTAL and MORAL STRENGTH in coming out as a woman, an action that in modern American society still comes with great DANGER, FEAR, and DIFFICULTY (just look at the statistics on transgender murder and suicide rates).

    Of course Hill and Still have shown incredible courage in their fights with cancer, and they were rightly recognized for it. But their fights were made easier in a way, because they did not have to fight society. EVERYONE rallies behind a cancer patient, and that support is uplifting. Everyone rallies behind a wounded soldier in the same way. Transgender people are actively oppressed by a large swath of society. It is a different kind of struggle — but a struggle nonetheless.

    You may hate all LGBTs. This is an ignorant state and country; you’re not alone. But what you can’t deny (especially being a perpetrator of hate toward people like Jenner) is that coming out as a woman was an act of strength in the face of adversity, making her (joke of an) award justified. ESPN made the decision this year to break from the sappy, feel-good, health-related stories that have dominated the Arthur Ashe award, commendably opting for a story that made lots of viewers uncomfortable. But that is good journalism: challenging the viewer’s comfort zone. Well done, ESPN.



    • CatsBy80
      10:44 am July 16, 2015 Permalink

      what do you mean they chose to break away “this” year? if i recall, they awarded Michael Sam the Ashe award last year for being an openly gay football player…

      I hear what you’re saying. I’m sure it was not easy for him/her to come out and make this claim that he is now a she… But to give somebody an award for this is just baffling.



    • Mxyzptlk
      10:49 am July 16, 2015 Permalink

      Funny to hear an idiot try to defend something that cannot be defended. The left has no ability for critical though anymore. When everything is mandated by an intellectual gestapo to be equal, the people have to pretend tripe is filet mignon, with no one pointing out the obvious reality for fear of being called “intolerant” or “unenlightened”.

      Han’s Christian Anderson must have been a prophet. LOL.



    • 8 god
      10:52 am July 16, 2015 Permalink

      The more you people pile on, the clearer it becomes that Jenner’s coming out was an act of courage.



    • seefus
      10:52 am July 16, 2015 Permalink

      you seem to be the one with hate issues. just because the comments here don’t fall in with your beliefs you label others as morons, stupid fools and haters living in the wrong century.



    • Ukbradstith
      10:55 am July 16, 2015 Permalink

      Yeah, it takes real courage to put your freak show out there for the world to see. Bruce Jenner wanted the publicity, he made this public, and has financially benefited by doing so. He doesn’t have anymore hate mail then any other kardashian gets, and has not displayed any real courage. He does have a mental disorder, and for that he has my sympathy.



    • 8 god
      10:55 am July 16, 2015 Permalink

      It has nothing to do with the left. Transgender equality is not a political issue. It is a human rights issue. Chastising the Left for defending LGBT people is very, very bad publicity for the Right. I know a lot of conservatives who would be offended that you associate the Right with being anti-LGBT.



    • Android Guy
      11:01 am July 16, 2015 Permalink

      Bruce Jenner has no right to require me to lie by pretending that he is a woman. Asking me to lie on his behalf is hateful and intolerant of both you and him. Truth is the highest virtue and is never wrong.



    • Dee W.
      11:28 am July 16, 2015 Permalink

      “She feared for her entire life that society would hate her for who she really is, and this morning you lovely people have confirmed that fear. Yet she chose nonetheless to persevere through death threats, hatred, and blackballing by much of society in order to be the person she was born to be.”

      Sorry to burst your bubble, but your effort to make it look like people are “haters” for merely having legitimate logical issues with this whole situation just doesn’t fly. It is not “hate” to believe that it does not make sense that having multiple surgeries to mutilate your body to artificially alter your appearance to look like a female when you are a male is evidence of “being who you were born to be” or “who you really are.” Also it is not “hate” to think that it does not make sense to say that a father is a woman. But even aside from that, it is not “hate” to think it does not make sense to give this particular award to someone not in sports for several decades over someone who actually has been in sports recently and face much more daunting odds than someone in multiple reality shows making bucket loads of cash from them over this supposed “bravery” that was in the works before even some of the surgeries.



    • Eric
      1:45 pm July 16, 2015 Permalink

      I should win the award next year because I am a Christian and Christians are increasingly being stereotyped in a negative light, but I still where this cross around my neck. This is sarcasm to prove that Caitlyn Jenner didn’t deserve the award.



    • Smarter than U
      4:17 pm July 16, 2015 Permalink

      8 god’s obvious lack of education is showing.



    • Uwe Blab's Perm
      9:41 pm July 16, 2015 Permalink

      8…take your Thought Crime Police nonsense and shove it up your ass.

      You spoiled brat douchebag PC types get a spittle flecked tantrum whenever someone dare disagree with you.

      I could care less about Jenner and whether or not he has a johnson or a vajayjay…just don’t tell me I have to be enthusiastically supportive of it because I am not. A person that is so internally confused about something so painfully obvious as what sex they are should not be applauded for mutilating their bodies, they should be counseled and helped.

      Go fly a kite you damn fascist.



  13. lexslamman
    10:52 am July 16, 2015 Permalink

    I like transsexuals. My wife and I once had a transsexual roommate. I find nothing offensive about them. I think there is an element of mental illness to gender dysmorphia, as there is to all body dysmorphias. That doesn’t mean we can just write-off gender dysmorphia and transsexuality, though.

    Mental disorders can be treated different ways. Transexuality and gender reassignment do nothing to harm society. There are other cultures where asexuality is more common and gender does not necessarily link to biological sex. A growing number of Westerners, including Americans, are reaching the same conclusion. That means we’re uncoupling what it means to be a boy/man and girl/woman from the kind of genitalia we’re born with and our sexual preferences. That can only be a good thing, a sign of the philosophical – if not natural – equality between us.

    I think this is NOT a BFD – the award show is a bit of a joke anyway and the award was pretty meaningless. Remember, Caitlyn Jenner and Bruce Jenner are the same person. That means that Caitlyn Jenner was once the greatest athlete on the planet. She has always represented her country well. She at least deserves some respect for that.



    • Android Guy
      11:03 am July 16, 2015 Permalink

      Bruce Jenner got his recognition and was hansomely rewarded four decades ago. He was on the Wheaties box. He replaced Eric Estrada on Chips, even (back when that was the biggest show on the planet)! He was already rewarded long ago.



    • Android Guy
      11:09 am July 16, 2015 Permalink

      I don’t care what anyone wants to do with or to themselves, but they have no right to affect me with their personal affectations. No one has the right to force me to call day “night” or up “down”. If you ever read “1984”, that’s what the interrogators did to break the protagonist, Winston, by forcing him to admit that two plus two was five instead of four. Eventually Winston answered “five”, and that was the greatest moment of tragedy in the novel because he had lost the truth and his freedom to an enforced, false orthodoxy.

      For that reason, I will always continue to call a spade a spade and to call women “women” and men “men”. Truth is not just most important, it is all-important. “1984” is all about what happens if we lose it.



    • BBNBIGTIME
      11:51 am July 16, 2015 Permalink

      “uncoupling what it means to be a boy/man and girl/woman from the kind of genitalia we’re born with and our sexual preferences. That can only be a good thing”

      So, going against the wisdom of millions of years of evolution can only be a good thing? By saying “a growing number of Westerners are reaching the same conclusion,” you insinuate that asexuality or sexual ambiguity is a characteristic of non-Western society. Wrong. The most adamant anti-gay societies in the world are in Africa and the Middle East (neither of which are “Western”). Here in Asia, save for the freak show that is Thailand, gender malleability is not accepted (but then again, everything is accepted–for a price–in Thailand, including pedophilia, which tells you something about that society’s value system). In the vast majority of non-Western society, transgendered individuals are seen as mentally sick people, which is an accurate assessment.



  14. Android Guy
    10:53 am July 16, 2015 Permalink

    It’s not necessary to get involved in the transgender debate point out that several people were far more courageous than Bruce Jenner. Or to point out that Bruce Jenner has not been an athlete for about four decades.



  15. Bluecat15
    11:13 am July 16, 2015 Permalink

    Don’t celebrate the freakshow. Do what you want just don’t smear it in my face, more deserving people out there. Spectacle for ratings and acceptance.



  16. BUCats
    12:21 pm July 16, 2015 Permalink

    Floyd isn’t all that short at 5’8. Problem is Booker is ~6’5.



    • Mixxy
      12:44 pm July 16, 2015 Permalink

      Booker makes him look like a Hobbit, but I wouldn’t tell him that.



  17. Tduff
    1:47 pm July 16, 2015 Permalink

    Wow, I hope people don’t read this section and think most of KY feels the same as some of the people on here. Jenner was the best athlete in his prime (he was a male then) and now she wants to be at peace with herself. It’s written in the constitution that everyone has he right to “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness”. Good for Jenner and all the LBGT community that we are recognizing that it’s biology (it may be a flaw in genes but still, not a choice). Anyone questioning it should rewatch her speech – it was delivered with grace and she nailed it. Think about the pressure: standing in front of 1000 elite athletes (and everyone else in the world) talking about her private battle with herself and so many still fail to understand. That’s courage. If you still don’t understand then you need to educate yourself, travel or do something to open your mind.



    • CatsBy80
      2:32 pm July 16, 2015 Permalink

      my roommate after college admitted to me that when she was in college, she tried lesbianism… She said she didn’t like it, so now she is back into guys… that sounds like a choice if i’ve ever heard one..



    • Mixxy
      3:34 pm July 16, 2015 Permalink

      Brucie is just another typical Kardashian now. They don’t have feelings like real people. All they care about is attracting attention and making money.



    • 8 god
      3:52 pm July 16, 2015 Permalink

      Agreed 100%. Also I admire your conciliatory tone; I could not possibly address these buffoons with such a cool tongue.



    • Smarter than U
      4:19 pm July 16, 2015 Permalink

      8 god couldn’t because he isn’t educated enough to respond to actual intelligent conversation. He’s limited to “go dare disagree with me, so I’m defining that as hate!”.



    • Dee W.
      7:25 pm July 16, 2015 Permalink

      “It’s written in the constitution that everyone has he right to “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness””

      Really? Please cite which article / section of the constitution those words appear.

      “we are recognizing that it’s biology”

      Uh no, people with XY chromosomes on the appropriate pair are not females – they are male, and there is no evidence presented that Jenner was not fully anatomically and hormonally a male – in some cases there are genetic disorders which cause the body not produce the appropriate sex hormones and they do not feel like men or women and even their bodies may not develop appropriately, but that was not the case with Jenner. In addition, women cannot be fathers. Could no further but that’s as graphic as I’m going to get. You apparently do not know what biology is.

      “If you still don’t understand then you need to educate yourself, travel or do something to open your mind.”

      Having an open mind is one thing – having your mind so open your brains fall out is another.



    • seefus
      7:32 pm July 16, 2015 Permalink

      haha. crickets.



  18. Tony
    2:08 pm July 16, 2015 Permalink

    I personally think any man that want to cut his $?,’ off, wants to get a $/$& stuck up his azz’z is a VERY mentally disturbed. He is…..sick, perverted and not to accepted or glorified by anyone on this planet! How’s that make all you PC idiots feel?



  19. Tony
    2:12 pm July 16, 2015 Permalink

    Question, when you see two male dogs humping each other what do you do? You do a few things, you either laugh and shake your head, you kick them and scream something like…you sick F&$;s but you don’t say….I’m so proud and happy for those two male dogs, what is it that makes all you so called straight PC people approve of two men humping each other?



    • Wow
      3:14 pm July 16, 2015 Permalink

      You may be the dumbest person to touch a computer today. Congrats!



    • 8 god
      3:54 pm July 16, 2015 Permalink

      I personally think that you are an inbred.



    • Smarter than U
      4:20 pm July 16, 2015 Permalink

      8 god is intimidated that more educated people think he/she/it is an idiot than not.



  20. Uwe Blab's Perm
    2:41 pm July 16, 2015 Permalink

    Jenner still wants to sleep with women….he’s telling me that he was a lesbian trapped in a man’s body?

    At the risk of being labelled a Stone Age hate monger…Jenner’s got mental issues.



    • Mixxy
      3:32 pm July 16, 2015 Permalink

      I remember Rush Limbaugh back in the nineties claiming to be a lesbian trapped in a man’s body, so he and Bruce Jenner have something in common.



    • Kris Kardashiananan
      6:33 pm July 16, 2015 Permalink

      Bruce’s Javelin gave up the Gold chase long ago. But his tongue still works like a hammer throw.



  21. Bruce Jennerer
    7:03 pm July 16, 2015 Permalink

    I am a ‘doosh’ bag with attention deficit disorder; I can’t stand to not be in the spot light. I am acting. I kept my johnson. I am getting rich again. I am doing this for money. It is a paycheck. That’s why I married Kris. My johnson quit. But I didn’t. Kim’s sex tape got a lot of money. My sex change facade will make more money. I will be laughing all the way to the bank.



  22. jr55
    7:10 pm July 16, 2015 Permalink

    Look, he didn’t do anything to get an award like this. Espn media types have truly lost it. If there was an shock award, then yes he deserved that. After this Espn should lose another 6000000 viewers.



  23. A Reasonable Question
    9:07 am July 17, 2015 Permalink

    If society at large is supposed to dishonestly pretend that Bruce Jenner is a woman, can’t we at least be honest enough to admit that he’s an unusually homely one? As a woman, Caitlyn Jenner looks like a dude in drag.