At one point during the Super Bowl, Kansas City’s struggle to score points prompted Travis Kelce to get in his head coach’s face to air some sort of complaint about the offense. Andy Reid didn’t seem to mind much, claiming that his fiery relationship with Kelce “keeps me young.” Which is a feat since Reid is now — with Pete Carroll and Bill Belichick out of jobs — the oldest coach in the game.
In any event, the image proved memeworthy and while a lot of social media communities tried to make it their own, lawyers really went above and beyond last night.
Full disclosure, this is what I was about to put up before I realized I’d been beaten to the punch.
Sovereign citizen theory might be the only thing crazier than “the NFL is scripted” theory.
Did not have “defense of WordPerfect” on my 2024 Bingo card.
The rare instance of a meme caption that is… an accurate, illustrative example of a core bar exam topic. Way to stay on brand!
Well done, legal community.
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