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    THE WHEEL SPEAKS ON 2013 – It’s A Celebration! THE WHEEL SPEAKS ON 2013 – It’s A Celebration! Document Transcript

    •   1     THE  WHEEL  SPEAKS  ON  2013  –  It’s  A  Celebration!   We  live  in  a  hypocritical  society  one  where  folks  will  quickly  criticize  others  for   doing  exactly  the  same  thing  they’ll  do  behind  cloths  doors  publicly.  This  won’t  ever   change  in  other  countries  people  have  a  more  liberal  way  of  thinking  it’s  a  known   fact  America’s  simply  occupied  by  people  who  are  more  resigned  to  being   controlled.  And  public  celebrations  are  often  frowned  upon  more  so  because  it  takes   something  that  isn’t  encouraged  in  so  many  circles  and  that’s  audacity  and  although   the  actions  might  not  be  viewed  as  favorable  it  takes  initiative  but  most  of  all  nerve.   I  am  going  in  a  total  different  direction  today  and  hopefully  with  it  being  a  Friday   we’ll  all  have  a  little  fun  and  loosen  up  a  bit  so  indulge  me  for  a  few  paragraphs.            
    •   2   Is  it  or  isn’t  it  a  celebration  the  question  must  be  definitely  with  no  pun  intended  ask   (and  that’s  spelled  with  a  k  and  not  an  s  by  the  way).  The  infamous  celebration   especially  by  the  athlete  has  always  been  some  sort  of  form  of  expression  a  way  that   almost  is  liberating.  For  years  since  I  was  a  kid  in  sports  especially  in  particular   football  when  I  was  a  kid  those  my  age  will  remember  some  of  the  more  famous   celebrations.  Many  of  course  are  well  familiar  with  Victor  Cruz  and  his  famous  Salsa   dance  after  he  scores.  But  many  in  my  age  bracket  will  remember  players  like  Billy   “White  Shoes”  Johnson  with  the  rubber  legs  dance  or  Elmo  Wright  with  his  famous   run  in  place  exuberantly  after  he’d  score.    And  of  course  the  infamous  celebrations   of  Chad  Ochocinco  or  one  game  I  can  remember  Terrell  Owen’s  egotistic  pose  on  the   Dallas  star  one  of  the  games  most  controversial  moments  because  of  the  effects  it   had  on  other  players  who  weren’t  even  these  type  publicity  fiends.  How  it  literally   possessed  a  then  humble  professional  like  Emmitt  Smith  to  literally  run  50  yards  to   the  Dallas  Cowboy  star  in  the  middle  of  the  field  and  to  proclaim  it  to  be  his  house   with  his  helmet  off.  But  remember  all  players  didn’t  celebrate  they’d  act  like  they’d   been  there  in  the  end  zone  before  like  a  Barry  Sanders  for  instance  always  dignified   and  the  personification  of  class  in  the  eyes  of  many.   The  dance  isn’t  limited  to  just  sports  either  I’ve  seen  m-­‐cee’s  totally  drop  and   destroy  microphones  after  the  knew  they’d  probably  smash  it  on  stage.  Singers  dive   into  an  audience  of  adoring  fans  and  be  passed  around  victoriously  unafraid  of  being   drop.  And  when  I  was  a  kid  I  remember  seeing  Teddy  Pendergrast  at  the  Apollo  and   women  literally  tossing  there  underwear  on  the  stage  at  him  some  even  taking  off   the  panties  they  were  presently  wearing.  In  a  male  driven  machismo  dominant   world  man  have  so  many  forms  of  celebration  that  can  defiantly  be  claimed  as   masculine.   But  on  social  media  starting  on  MySpace  I  remember  a  different  trend  began  and   seem  to  be  a  show  of  confidence  and  even  arrogant  to  a  certain  extent  to  some.  It   was  expressive  and  always  seem  in  some  instances  to  be  liberating  and  sadly  in   some  scenarios  borderline  pure  discuss  of  not  done  tastefully  by  the  designee  of  the   hopeful  masterpiece  meant  for  public  adulation  who  knows  only  the  designee   knows  for  sure.  And  I  am  speaking  of  the  infamous  picture  of  a  women’s  rear  end  in   their  bathroom  or  commonly  referred  to  as  the  “bootie  shot”.  And  contrary  to  the   belief  these  shots  are  being  view  by  some  of  the  most  respectable  men  throughout   the  world  proof  is  in  the  pudding  by  the  hundreds  and  hundreds  of  men  who  either   acknowledge  a  bootie  shot  by  hitting  the  like  button  who  aren’t  ashamed.  And  even   those  who  will  like  stalkers  send  inboxes  to  women  sometimes  even  recklessly   without  even  caring  about  their  influence  or  high  profile  professions.  I’ve  heard  of   high  profile  politicians  men  of  the  clergy  and  married  men  just  loosing  it  over  the   infamous  bootie  shot.        
    •   3   Even  I  must  admit  from  time  to  time  I’ve  found  myself  saying  “damn”  and   immediately  getting  myself  together  when  seeing  something  so  spectacular  that  a   few  of  my  friends  might  post  on  facebook  that  show  in  my  timeline  feed.  And  I  am   not  going  to  be  a  hypocrite  like  so  many  try  to  do  in  this  society  today  by  acting  all   stuffy  pretending  like  it’s  so  immoral  when  those  who  feel  confident  enough  to  take   the  infamous  bootie  shots  in  the  privacy  of  there  own  bathroom.   But  what  I  will  say  is  this  for  those  who  do  elect  to  take  the  infamous  bootie  shot   like  the  sports  legends  of  the  pass  have  celebrated  in  there  own  unique  way   embrace  your  celebration.    And  in  my  Dave  Chappelle  I  say  embrace  it  because  “it’s  a   celebration”  so  turn  around  and  smile.  And  as  your  husband  or  boyfriend  sits  with   his  buddy  watching  football  this  weekend  and  you  might  want  his  undivided   attention  be  sure  to  send  him  one  of  these  with  these  words  written  as  the   description  “it’s  a  celebration”  and  say  your  bored.   And  watch  how  fast  that  celebration  ends  wherever  he  might  be  LOL.   Have  a  great  weekend.     Respectfully,   THE  WHEEL   (The  Way  Humanity/Hudson  Expects  Everyone  to  Live)