We live in an era of opinions. In the Internet economy — in which I am a loyal and grateful participant! — loud voices are more than just currency, they’re coal. The Outrage Industrial Complex burns all day and all night with Twitter as its blistering engine room. A constant stream of fuel is necessary to keep the entire enterprise afloat, and so any event, be it the collapse of a government or the cancellation of a sitcom, is greeted with a near instantaneous torrent of reaction.
About “Louie,” but strangely, broadly relevant.
I mean, this is just a basketball game we’re talking about. Were the stakes high? Sure. But no matter how important the game was, LeBron James should not be arrested and thrown in jail just because he didn’t end up taking home some trophy. In fact, I’d go as far as to say it would be a vast overreach of the criminal justice system for us to imprison LeBron James.“LeBron James Should Not Have To Go To Jail For Losing The NBA Finals,” Clickhole