Over the past few weeks I've read/seen multiple stories and youtube rants with people angrily compiling about some sports figure protesting. Which is strange, because protesting is the most American thing you can do. It's one of the mechanisms we have to help create change in our country and if you didn't know it, we have changed our country a lot of the years. Twenty-seven times we've updated the constitution (aka amendments) and there was protesting before and after some of these changes. And that's ok. Freedom of speech. Don't just say yes to everything the government says — please, don't — obedience is not a virtue.
If you don't protest, then how are we going to get Apple to put the headphone jack back?
Also on the show, I'm sure I talk about Miley Cyrus somewhere.
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"People don't protest solely for themselves, they protest for others whose voice cannot be heard; hence why celebrities/athletes do it." - The Distracted Philosopher
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This is episode s09e35(354) for Monday, September 19, 2016 and clocked in at 22 minutes, 06 seconds