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Sigh. You know what? If Mr. I-Can-Drone-Kill-Anybody-Anywhere-Anytime can win the Noble Peace Prize, why not give one to Dennis, too?
This award has become one of the biggest jokes in the world, and one could — sadly — argue that Dennis Rodman has done more to earn the prize more than Jugears had done when he was awarded his.
Via Sports Illustrated:
The eccentric, uninhibited basketball Hall of Famer drew untold headlines this year when he accompanied HBO’s Vice and members of the Harlem Globetrotters on a trip to North Korea, one of the least-accessible countries to Americans and a place with one of the world’s worst records on human rights. Franz Lidz caught up with Rodman for the story behind the story, revealing the former Bulls star’s surreal experiences with North Korea’s new leadership, his plans for international diplomacy and peace, and, yes, his belief that he should be considered for a Nobel, an honor bestowed on the likes of Barack Obama, Jimmy Carter, Nelson Mandela, Elie Wiesel, Mother Teresa and Martin Luther King Jr.