It's been an interesting week. And, as is always the case, I learned some interesting things in my Field Negro travels.
I learned that contrary to popular perception it's not only black men who are deadbeats, and that there are some irresponsible white dudes out here playing rolling stone to multiple kids that they can't afford as well. (14 kids by the age of 26 has to be some kind of record.)
I learned that not all mothers should be mothers. (How the hell do you get an octopus in a toddler's throat?!)
I learned that sex might be the key to a longer life.
I learned that Donald trump is a more horrible person than I thought.
I learned that there is no such thing as non-lethal force when it comes to police and black people. (Even black women.)
I learned that Bernie Sanders doesn't think that Hillary is qualified to be president.
I learned that Bill Clinton let this being the first black president thing get to his head.
I learned that they don't like Donald trump in the Midwest.
I learned that they don't like Ted Cruz in New York.
I learned, after only a couple of games, that the Phillies will suck again this year.
I learned that the cop body slamming young girl craze is spreading.
I learned that there are still a lot of young black kids out there who make me very proud.
I learned that in American you can get a life sentence for stealing candy.
Finally, I learned that there is no place like home.