Trayvon Martin's killer, George Zimmerman, has a buddy, Joe Oliver, who went on ABC and proceeded to give a most asinine, far-fetched, insulting rationalization for Zimmerman's "f'ing coon" utterance on the 911 tape.
Apparently, "goon" is the spiffy new "term of endearment" from the under-forties these days, and gee, come on, that's what Trigger Happy George said, everyone. Besides, as Joe says, "coon" is, like, so five minutes ago and nobody uses THAT old slur any more.
George Zimmerman must be really hip and love blah people and stuff.
Call me crazy, but have any of you or your kids' BFFs called you/your kids "f'ing goon" during one of those special affectionate Kodak moments?
So we're supposed to believe that George Zimmerman was experiencing such overwhelming feelings of endearment while pointing a gun at Trayvon that he spontaneously uttered, "F'ing goon."
And then shot him. Talk about tough love.
I bet he was blushing, too, being the mushy, cornball, sentimental fool that he is.
Now if you'll excuse me, I'm sensing a surge of emotional terms coming on that I'm feeling for both Zimmerman and his pal. Watch out, here they come: F'ing #%&*#!! #&@*!% $%@*!^&$!!
More facts on Trayvon Martin that everyone should know here.
UPDATE: "Goons" is not the, er, "term of endearment" that I hear:
H/t: @Chernynkaya and Mediaite for the vid.