Sometimes He Torques My Shorts

…and other times Rick Reilly makes so damn much sense, you just wanna cry.

…”It’s a name that honors the people,” says Kingston English teacher Brett Hayes, who is Choctaw.

The word ‘Oklahoma’ itself is Choctaw for ‘red people.

The students here don’t want it changed. To them, it seems like it’s just people who have no connection with the Native American culture, people out there trying to draw attention to themselves.

“My kids are really afraid we’re going to lose the Redskin name. They say to me, ‘They’re not going to take it from us, are they, Dad?'”

Too late. White America has spoken. You aren’t offended, so we’ll be offended for you.

One Response to “Sometimes He Torques My Shorts”

  1. Mr. Bingley says:

    I thought Oklahoma meant “where the wind comes sweepin down the plain”?

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