No hard feelings between Clowney, cops


Not sure what to make of this, beyond concluding that Jadeveon Clowney is a good-natured young man.

He Tweeted out the above picture today with the words:

We in here me and my boys lol

I’m not sure that being charged with going 110 mph is an LOL matter, but that’s probably because I’m a sour-natured, buzz-killing alter cocker.

10 thoughts on “No hard feelings between Clowney, cops

  1. Kathryn Fenner

    I think LOL no longer necessarily connotes actual laughter. It is more like an emoticon, like a smiley….

  2. Bryan Caskey

    You must be new here, Todd. Welcome aboard. However, we need to talk.

    First, Clowney hasn’t had trouble “staying eligible”, so you’re just wrong. Also, he’s not “dumb as a doorknob” so lighten up, Todd.

    Second, as for his degree track, you may not be aware of this, since you’re new here, but Clowney already has a job lined up, which is more than most USC students can say.

    It’s actually a very lucrative job. What’s more, he’s going to make a lot of money, because he’ll be very good at his job. Accordingly, getting a college degree isn’t necessary, since his employer doesn’t require one, and he would actually have to delay his employment to obtain his four-year degree. So the whole degree-thing isn’t really relevant.

    You seem angry Todd. It’s Friday. Relax.

  3. Silence

    I don’t believe it’s typically spelled “alter cocker”. My Yiddish is a bit rusty, but I’ve always seen it as “alter kaker” or “alter kocker”. The Yiddish Dictionary online spells it: אַלטער קאַקער
    Yes, I have mad cut & paste skills.
    Alter cocker sounds like something different entirely….

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