Funny Memes…Just Because! (Re-blogged)

Today is the final opportunity for me to earn some sweet in-game swag, so here is a re-blog of some funny memes from February. I hope that the random number generator gods reward my patience, diligence and determination!

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Random Ramblings; Myriad Musings

First off, I just wanted to throw this out there: has anyone else seen this odd little thing? It pops up when I try to read some of the blogs that I follow, and has been occurring since November, I’d say. It only happens with a few of them; I’d say that there are around 11 blogs that I can’t read anymore, because that silly little message kept popping up. It seems to happen most often with blogs that have ads running, but that’s not the case with all of them. Anyway, that’s the reason that I have been absent from some blogs – that little ‘security certificate alert’ makes me a wee bit leery!

Now that that’s out of the way, here are a few funny memes about a few random things…just for the hell of it! Enjoy…

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Colin Kaepernick Receives 2017 Sports Illustrated Muhammad Ali Legacy Award

GOOD BLACK NEWS

Colin Kaepernick (GETTY IMAGES)

by Michael Rosenberg via si.com

“If I was walking down the highway with a quarter in my pocket and a briefcase full of truth, I’d be so happy.” – Muhammad Ali, Sports Illustrated, Feb. 19, 1968

Colin Kaepernick made his truth known when he first decided not to stand for the national anthem. He had a lot of football left to play and a lot more money to make when he made his decision. It was late August, 2016. People who were anonymous in life had become famous in death. Philando Castile. Eric Garner​. Alton Sterling. Freddie Gray. They were tragic symbols of a society that had taken a terribly wrong turn. As the anthem played ahead of the 49ers’ preseason game against the Texans, Kaepernick, San Francisco’s 28-year-old quarterback at the time, quietly took a seat on the bench.

It took two weeks for anyone from…

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