You ever just take a look at a person and feel like you have them pegged. Deep down you know you've never met them before, but they couldn't possibly feel more familiar to you. Well, I can't say I have ever had a run in with a Dukie, but I feel like I just got introduced to all of them at once.
That's not to say that all Blue Devils' fans dress (and look) like middle schoolers wearing basketball jerseys with no undershirt, stained gym shorts, and some fake Rolex that they can't keep clasped. After all, I would never want to sterotype a prideful group of people like that. For that reason I'll note that only those that identify themselves as 'Cameron Crazies' are the type to draw up an elementary sign in the shittiest of bubble letters that completely mistakes over-the-top insensitivity for humor and wit. I can't see the face of the kid holding up that blatantly ignorant, try-hard attempt at getting a laugh out of an extremely unfortunate situation that's negatively effecting innocent people, but I just can't help but feel like I know all there is to know about him. It's almost as if I have ran into him before, but I'm almost certain I have never gotten drunk enough to attend a party whose admission required blackface. I'm pretty sure that's the hunting ground for people that think their terrible dirty water supply joke(?) is just flexible enough to balance on the all-too-thin line between funny and offensive.
Trust me, I'm far from climbing atop any sort of high horse. I am not above shamelessly laughing at a Flint water crisis one-liner as long as my instananeous reaction is to laugh. That's why my only real question is whether or not it's really too much to ask that distasteful public statements made by the whitest of white, conceited college students be at least mildly clever?