After yet another infuriating experience with a loud-mouthed parent this weekend, I continue to say the worst thing about organized youth sports today is the dumb-ass adults who ruin them.
Towards the end of Saturday’s game of the youth indoor soccer team, I coach as a volunteer, I jumped between one of my players and the goalie for the other team who were about to come to blows after the goalie threw the ball at my player’s head.
And for running onto the field to protect both kids by stopping a fight before it started (the ref was all the way at the other end of the field), I got a “red card” and was tossed out of the game. It’s “the rules.”
Then, after the game, the other player’s obnoxious mother started shouting and throwing a hissy fit and demanded that league officials “hold me” until she could call Metro for “assaulting” her son.
Fortunately, a video taken of the incident clearly showed I never touched her son, and only pulled my player away from the impending fisticuffs.
Why any sane adult would want the abuse and frustration of dealing with whiny, bitchy, abusive, fat-mouthed parents like this is beyond me. Yet I do it anyway. I think I might need a therapy puppy.
The best thing for our kids would be to simply go back to meeting at the playground, choosing up sides and playing pick-up games with no adults within a hundred miles.
Dr. Chuck Muth, PsD
Professor of Psephology (homeschooled)
Nevada’s #1 Irritator of Liberals and RINOs
P.S. So uber-liberal Massachusetts U.S. Sen. Elizabeth “Pocahontas” Warren says she wants to stay in the Senate so she can fight President Donald Trump.
Which is kinda like Justin Bieber saying he wants to step in the ring and fight the UFC’s Conor McGregor.
Warren might want to focus a little more attention on former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Shilling. So far “Pocohantas” has laughed off a possible Shilling challenge in 2018 the same way everyone initially laughed off Trump’s candidacy.
You know, the man who, in eleven days, we’ll be calling “Mr. President.”
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- Piers Morgan: Sorry, Meryl but that hypocritical anti-Trump rant was easily the worst performance of your career (apart from that time you gave a child rapist a standing ovation)
NEVADA NEWS & VIEWS
The best thing for Nevada conservatives in 2017 so far was the start of Victor Joecks’ three-times-a-week opinion column in the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
In just two columns this past week alone, Victor has already destroyed the liberal myth that there is a budget deficit facing the Nevada Legislature this year and exposed how expensive pre-K education programs are really a scam.
Boy, are we ever lucky Victor is back from his year in Iraq with the Nevada National Guard and that Sheldon Adelson hired him while continuing to make the RJ great again!
FAMOUS LAST WORDS
“The climate for small businesses like ours in New York have become such that it’s difficult to justify taking risks and running – never mind starting – a legitimate mom-and-pop business. The state and municipal governments, with their punishing rules and regulations, seems to believe that we should be their cash machine to pay for all that ails us in society.” – Sign on the door of popular China Fun restaurant in Manhattan after unexpectedly closing for good on January 3rd