A sports radio talk show host recently told a caller, “Don’t feel sorry for DeSean Jackson.” Jackson was a star player for the Philadelphia Eagles. He was released by the team amidst rumors of off-the-field activities after a story appeared on NJ.com.
He was a lucky kid. There was no better place to grow up than South Philadelphia, and there was nothing like Easter week and the traditions that bound him to his family.
Why is no one speaking up for one of the most aggrieved minorities in the U.S., zombies? Northwestern University athletes want to unionize to get better working conditions, but who has it worse than zombies?
I am sorry to report that this newspaper didn’t see fit to send me to Rome with Gov. Tom Corbett and Mayor Michael Nutter last week.