From the New York Post:
Brett Favre makes the ESPYs uncomfortable for everyone
By Jaclyn Hendricks July 16, 2015 | 1:55pm
Wednesday may have been Caitlyn Jenner’s big night, but Brett Favre’s string of bizarre behavior may have unfortunately stolen the show.
The former NFL pro raised more than a few eyebrows during his appearance at the annual ESPY Awards. … He flips from happy-go-lucky to stone face just as Jenner makes her way to the stage to accept the Arthur Ashe Award for Courage. As the audience erupts with applause, the camera pans over to Favre as he claps slowly before rubbing his hands together.
Favre’s standing ovation for Jenner peters out at about the 0:26 mark.
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ESPN should have provided the celebrities in attendance with a buzzer system to let them know when it’s safe to stop applauding:
This could be a popular iPhone app for the Modern Age: your phone vibrates silently in your pocket when it’s finally safe to stop clapping.
Another app could scan the cheering crowd for slackers. It would zoom in on the the first to tire of applauding and instantly post proof of his lack of dedication to Tumblr.
This app could have prevented the unfortunate incident that befell Comrade Ceaușescu in December 1989:
With enough technology, public life in our land of the free and home of the brave could be as comfortable and appropriate as this:
Who amongst you would be the first to say that Caitlyn Jenner doesn’t deserve a similar motorcade down Wilshire Boulevard? Remember, whatever you say goes on your Permanent Record.