06 November 2016

I Get It

I hit this click-bait link.

I understand why they don't give out the ring and jacket for someone who's deceased before they're added to the hall of fame.

While such heirlooms can be (and are) items of contention for the families, the hall of fame member at least gets a chance to say to whom they are willed if they are alive.

Giving out the ring and jacket to their heirs when they're already dead doesn't give them the option to decide.  The only thing dead people decide on is to vote Democrat (and it's not really a choice, Republicans do nothing to advance Cadaver-American rights).

1 comment:

  1. Wow... That is one of the stranger ones I've ever heard! And yes, the family SHOULD get the ring/jacket, IMHO.


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