Cruel John McEnroe on No-Talent Serena Williams 'If She Played in the Men's Circuit, She'd be 700th in the World'

The Tennis Star’s Statements Have Many Decrying BLASPHEMY!

John McEnroe back in his glory days

John McEnroe back in his glory days

6/26/17, 3:27 pm EDT

By John Corry, photo from Tennis Consult

Tennis bad-boy total-fuck-brain John McEnroe didn't mince words in an interview with NPR when fellow terrible and inherently offensive human being–the disgusting, obese and never-a-decent-tennis-player–Serena Williams came up. "If she had to play just the circuit–the men's circuit,' he said. '...(She'd be) like 700th in the world.'

McEnroe is obviously ignoring the fact that all women tennis players are actually just very well crossdressed men, and that Ms. Williams would never stoop down to that horrible level (skip to five minutes in) of an always intoxicated John McEnroe in agreeing with him in any way, but if we're being honest here–

Do we really give that much of a fuck about what John McEnroe has to say? Maybe we'll care if we're into tennis, or if we like keeping up with people who speak their minds, or if we care about humans on a less specifically statistical level, but even to those people: the only person who should really care about John McEnroe fat-shaming the tennis version of Hercules is the actual tennis version of Hercules: aka Serena Williams. If she doesn't care, should you? This of course only if 'you' really knew and respected our famed 'Tennis-Hercules'... And if you don't know whether or not she would care in the first place, is it really all that sympathetically logical to just automatically assume that she would? I might just call that 'assuming her gender'...

And if we're going to go down that path: there are many other, worse things that I can 'assume' about Serena Williams, or anyone else (so long as her/his entire career is solely based on her/his being famous and therefore being consistently picked apart and judged and reputably discarded by me #You'reOnlyFamousBecauseIPayYouToBe(NotBecauseYou’reTalented)...

To illustrate my point, I'll tell you a short 'story'...

'It's like watching two monkeys toss a ball back and forth.'

So said the most racist, fascist and terrible 'person' I've ever met: my old boss who was great and dedicated at/to his job, and who got fired for saying that quote to two of his friends in a back room with a co-worker listening in to their conversation from a few hidden feet away (giant piece of shit that he was, was so obvious to even complete strangers). 'But what race was he?' you might ask in response. 'What nationality? Can they fire him if he's a black tennis player who was only talking about his own people in justified, off-the-record conversation? But what if he's not a 'tennissier' #They'reCalledTennisPlayers ? And what was the race or the nationality of the 'two monkeys'? Like, was he being ironic talking about white people, or hatefully bigoted talking about tortured and inherently emotionally damaged, as they all are, African Americans???' We could go on all day…

Why should we? It was one quote from one guy and you don't personally know any of the people involved. If forward Societal movement is affected more so by individual decisions rather than by the impossibly fully understood grandiosity that is Absolutely objective perspective (you are part of this world; you can never see it fully objectively, just as you can never see it fully subjectively as that would go against that knowledge of the potentiality for objectivity as equally part of your potentiality for understanding the world as your subjective stance in it may be), assuming malevolence on a joke (or worse: a stat, in the case of John McEnroe) is epistemologically unsound.

Not all African Americans are inherently emotionally damaged (that's a statistic (see earlier statement about caring 'about humans on a less specifically statistical level')), just not all people are physically the same.

#JohnMcEnroeIsJustAsAttractiveAsBradPitt #StevenTylerDoesNotHaveAPhysicallyBigMouthAndCertainlyDidn’tBecomeABetterPersonAfterDealingWithAdversity #HumansAreMoreThanNumbers...