‘Will I Ever Be Free of You?’ by Karyl McBride
Let every eye negotiate for itself And trust no agent, For beauty is a witch Against whose charms — Shakespeare, Much Ado About Nothing, II, 1 Beauty can be a witch that leads men down the path of unrighteousness. Having your partner indulge in outside sex must rank as one of the most emotionally terrible fates that can befall someone, especially a man. I say man because most men don't seem to cope too well or deal with that scenario. I'm not saying that women aren't affected also, as some do get absolutely distraught, but they often tend to recover after a while. Men, on the other hand, take it to another level when they find out that their woman gave away her prized possession to another man. I said her prized possession as it's hers, even though some men try to claim joint ownership and think that it's also theirs. Wise up, man, it's not yours, it's only your turn.
His inch hips, size 23 shoes after that relentless personality are unmistakable. He's a fixture both on and off the field for generations of fans, representing a brief escape from reality so as to only a larger-than-life persona can afford. It's the magic of KC Bolt — the Kansas City Chiefs' iconic mascot — and for three decades, the man behind the fun, brainwave and excitement has been Dan Meers, who recently celebrated 30 years along with the red and gold. The crossing has touched every aspect of Meers' life, from popping the question en route for his would-be wife at Arrowhead Arena to taking the field at Ace Bowl LIV. He's playfully heckled opponents for all but three games as , and away from the framework, Meers has brightened spirits for those in need through visits in Kansas City, the United States and altogether over the globe.