Boys Of Indianapolis Celebrate Women's Equality Day By Staring At Poster Of Andrew Luck And Questioning Why Bad Things Happen To Good People.

Indianapolis, OH

Little Richie Is All Out Of Luck.

Little Richie Is All Out Of Luck.

Over the weekend Andrew Luck announced his retirement from the NFL in rather shocking fashion. At just 29 years old many Indianapolis Colts fans were blindsided and are still dealing with the loss of what they thought was their franchise quarterback. This announcement comes just in time though, as today, Monday, August 26th also marks Women's Equality Day. The young men who call Ohio their home can spend the day like our foremothers would have wanted, balling their eyes out in front of a life-sized poster of Andrew Luck asking themselves why bad things happen to good people. 

The flood gates are open on Women's Equality Day in the buckeye state and for all the right reasons. Virtually any hope the Colts had of winning the Super Bowl this season laid in the hands of Mr. Andrew Luck and, with his departure, those hopes disappeared as well. 

On this Women's Equality Day we remember what matters. We remember #12 and his career 89.5 QB Rating. We remember Indianapolis’ finest’s 40 touchdown season in 2014. Most of all we remember Mr. Luck and his efforts to lead the Indianapolis Colts to a 21-7 Wild Card victory over the Huston Texans just last year in 2018. 

On this Women's Equality Day we, the people of Indianapolis, Ohio choose to remember the great Andrew Luck and the sacrifices he made throughout his all too short career.

May this feminist icon rest in peace.

May this feminist icon rest in peace.

-A Well-Mannered Grump