Your Kid’s Not Going Pro

A Youth Sports Blog

A change of address for Your Kid’s Not Going Pro

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If you’ve been wondering, hey, home come this fuckhead hasn’t updated his blog? Have all youth sports problem been solved? Coaches stopped being dicks? Parents stopped being overbearing? Thishere blog writer stopped cursing?

The only affirmative answer is to the final question, because Your Kid’s Not Going Pro has moved to the august cyberspace of Forbes. So I’ll have to clean up my language, unless I get invited to some secret room at the Harvard Club. You can find Your Kid’s Not Going Pro if follow this link.

I’m at Forbes thanks to the same people who brought me on when the blog was on True/Slant, what with Forbes having bought True/Slant a while back. Funny thing is, despairing not getting paid anymore (not that it was a lot, but it was something), I was thinking of hanging up the blog, until I got the call from Forbes. The only big change, other than less swearing, is that on Forbes, naturally, the blog will focus more on business and policy issues, and less on coaches getting arrested for fucking their players.

Anyway, just to get the rest of the swearing out of my system, I will post the lyrics to a song from one of my favorite musicals, “Coed Prison Sluts,” which I have learned is back to the Annoyance Theatre in Chicago. The song is called “Shit Motherfucker,” a tender song in a tender moment as a prisoner is teaching a shy, retiring young woman, thrown in the clink for killing her parents, how to swear like a veteran of hard time. (It’s also a crowd sing-a-long at the end.) Sadly, there is no video of the song, so you’ll just have to imagine your own music:



Fuck you, you cunt, or a prick

Bloooooowwwww jooooooob

Suck my dick!

Thanks for your support, everyone!


Written by rkcookjr

April 1, 2011 at 8:35 pm

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  1. I want introduce you to a new website focusing on players, coaches, schools, and sports related organizations that will help athletes find the best coaches as they make a choice on a particular sports team.

    As a bit of a history, this site was started as part of a college project in 2008. Our site is about coach evaluations. We aren’t your typical “ratings site” — we try to rise above them. We’re building our site as a tool to help players find a coach who best fits them, a tool to help coaches constantly improve, and a tool for schools and clubs to manage coaches and help them improve.



    February 15, 2012 at 10:13 pm

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