WHY THEY CALL ME CRABMEAT...
I was always a difficult child.
When my father got home from the war I was two, and he marched into the house and picked me up and I cried. He cut off his moustache, and took off his uniform, but every time he touched me I would bawl. During my first two years I had been around only women and the mailman Mr. Ralph, who was in uniform. It was 1946, and all over the U.S. fathers were coming home, scaring their kids, who thought they were mailmen.
We lived in Ardmore, PA, outside…
Tweety Bird flaunts his disdain for human by suffering flinging paper towels to a starving crowd. He swears at NFL players who protest police murders of black men, deliberately misconstruing this as disrespect of vets. He himself phones dead soldiers' bereaved families to insult them, while labeling the KKK “good people.”
Chris Long, a defensive end for the NFL Philadelphia Eagles, stands during the national anthem, one hand on the shoulder of Malcolm Jenkins, who kneels in protest of the police murders. Long is white, Jenkins black. Long is donating his entire salary to educational programs in his hometown Charlottesville, VA, where Tweety Bird’s beloved fascists ran over the protester.
Tweety Bird suggests that NFL owners fire “sons of bitches” like Chris Long.