First, soak in the preciousness of Ms. Goleski's kindergarten class remixing "Santa Claus is Coming to Town" into "Shahid Khan is Coming to Town."
Awwwwwwwww. A new owner couldn't ask for a warmer or fuzzier welcome. We'll see how precious the reaction is when the song has to be changed to "Shakid Khan is Moving Our Jaguars to Another Town."
Now that that's out of the way, did you notice the shirt the young fellow was wearing in the back row? The bottom of it is covered up, but as you can see (or purchase) here, it reads, "Make it Blaine on them hoes." The shirt references Jacksonville Jaguars rookie quarterback Blaine Gabbert and this song, which encourages listeners to "make it rain" -- throw money -- on women who are most likely employed as strippers.
And yes, that shirt is on a kindergartener. I don't have an opinion on that (I also just saw the Harold and Kumar Christmas movie, so I'm way desensitized to issues of child endangerment), but the young fellow probably has no idea what he's wearing. I'm sure he doesn't understand the concept of making it rain, and if he did, he'd wonder why someone would do that when they could buy Tonka Trucks and candy bars with that money.
Thank you, Ms. Goleski's class. That was lovely.
Gracias, Larry Brown sports.