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In case anyone still cares about truth, or for that matter facts, this is the origin of taking a knee. It has nothing to do with disrespecting the flag, or the armed forces, it is about the fight for freedom, fairness, and equality. Thank you, Martin Luther King, Jr..

Photo: The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., center, leads a group of civil rights workers and residents of Selma, Ala., in prayer on Feb. 1, 1965, after they were arrested on charges of parading without a permit. Take a Knee


POLITICS

The idiom like rats fleeing a sinking ship, used in reference to people abandoning an enterprise once it seems likely to fail, has shown great linguistic tenacity, having been in regular use for over four hundred years. Almost all the early uses of the 'sinking ship' analogy were in reference to political scandals.

Rats Sinking Ship


POLITICS

The idiom like rats fleeing a sinking ship, used in reference to people abandoning an enterprise once it seems likely to fail, has shown great linguistic tenacity, having been in regular use for over four hundred years. Almost all the early uses of the 'sinking ship' analogy were in reference to political scandals.

Rats Sinking Ship


FILM

"It ain't like that. See, the king stay the king, a'ight? Everything stay who he is. Except for the pawns. Now, if the pawn make it all the way down to the other dude's side, he get to be queen. And like I said, the queen ain't no bitch. She got all the moves.'