I guess the Woke All-Star Challenge is a big hit
Good morning everyone, especially those of you who are enjoying the OutKick Woke All-Star Challenge that went live Wednesday afternoon. Soon, we will finally crown a champion of woke, someone who goes above and beyond for woke. It didn’t take long for the wokes to come out of the woodwork to complain that the Challenge was “sad, stupid shit” and I couldn’t agree with that stance any more if I tried.
There were those who fired off “I can’t believe someone wasted their time on this shit” shots at me and those who think it’s possible to cancel me for creating a Sweet 16 of Woke. Folks, I’ve made this very clear over the last 9 months or however long it’s been since June 1, 2020. OutKick will be my last Internet stop. I don’t have further aspirations. I don’t want a TV career. I don’t want a radio career. And I already worked for newspapers.
I’ve reached the pinnacle of my career. I will not leave my small Ohio town. I will not stop golfing on Friday afternoons during the summer. I will not stop crushing Busch Lights because beer nerds say I should crush hazy beers because they’re so in right now. Go ahead and bury me right here. I’ve said I’m going balls to the walls for however long Clay will have me around, and then I will ride off into the sunset as a new generation grows up to do the Internet their way.
Until then, I’m going to waste my time on some ridiculous shit for these ridiculous times that we’re living in. We’re going to mix it up like the old days of the Internet. We’re going to post things the mainstream nerds don’t think are funny, but what do they know anyway? I’m not going to take the world too seriously, and at the end of the day if I haven’t challenged you guys, made you laugh, and helped you get through another miserable day of work, then I haven’t done my job.
It’s been the same stance I’ve had since firing up my Internet career way back in 2007. There’s no stopping me now until Clay tells me time’s up.
• I need more Instagram model recommendations. Hit up the IG DMs. You guys have been slipping this week. Also, what are you seeing out in society? Show me what’s going on in your part of the world.
• Hope you guys are paying attention to what the OutKick 360 crew has going on. The show production continues to evolve and now includes guests, so it’s not just Kuharsky rambling on for three hours and Hutton sprawled out for the ladies. By the way, think about how many button-up shirts the guys had to buy to do the show five days a week. I can’t imagine getting dressed five days a week.
• Remember those 3D printed houses I was talking about a couple weeks ago? Homeless man Tim Shea, 70, has moved into one in Austin and said, “I hope I stay here until my last dying days.” Tim adds that the house has “changed my life.”
• 40-70+ mph winds tomorrow morning. I won’t be a dick and put out the garden bags and let them blow away. Stay safe out there.
Numbers from :
Five NFL prospects from the 2021 draft class earned a 99 production score for their on-field performance over the course of their collegiate careers based on the most predictive metrics of pro success.@AlabamaFTBL accounted for two of them — WR DeVonta Smith & RB Najee Harris. pic.twitter.com/270h1izGnp
— Next Gen Stats (@NextGenStats) March 23, 2021
Stuff You Guys Sent In & Stuff I Like:
The newest @Giants fans!
— Kyle Rudolph (@KyleRudolph82) March 25, 2021
Tim Peel once took a puck to the nuts that actually went in the net pic.twitter.com/ps76GXbzdn
— Bad Sports Refs (@BadSportsRefs) March 25, 2021
— Annie Agar (@AnnieAgar) March 24, 2021
Derek Scuzzball gets the nod pic.twitter.com/PSVwONcnDF
— MLB Closed Captioning (@mlb_cc) March 24, 2021
— Dudes Posting Their W’s (@DudespostingWs) March 24, 2021
If I’m lucky, I get one of these a day, and it is a game changer. pic.twitter.com/3ZkIX612rf
— Megyn Kelly (@megynkelly) March 25, 2021
— Allan Bell (@AllanBell247) March 24, 2021
Saw these window stickers in front of me at Dunkin this morning. The driver looked exactly like you’d expect him to pic.twitter.com/1G6igzjhPP
— 🙃 (@damsuda) March 24, 2021
— Club Pro Guy (@ClubProGuy) March 24, 2021
— 18 +7= 22 + 8 = 30 (@HenryCK53) March 24, 2021
“Alright, everybody in? I’m about to gun this piece of shit out into traffic now.” pic.twitter.com/Mtx8MLYXO3
— Super 70s Sports (@Super70sSports) March 24, 2021
just to reiterate: about 10 percent of world trade has been at a standstill for 2 days because a cargo ship drew a giant dick in the Red Sea then wedged itself sideways in the Suez Canalhttps://t.co/hlN1PcmMhW pic.twitter.com/wfSKdrtpkj
— Matthew Champion (@matthewchampion) March 24, 2021
On the bright side: Las Vegas used to consume about 22 million pounds of shrimp per year. With buffets closed, millions of shrimp lives have been spared. pic.twitter.com/EMqPaiFty8
— Vital Vegas (@VitalVegas) March 24, 2021