Equality.

It was Dr. King’s vision. Color and creed and all that shit. Equality was a big winner this weekend, and we all stand to bask in the glory of the progress of Dr. King’s vision, as this year’s Super Bowl, for the first time in two years, will feature two head coaches of the Caucasian persuasion.

I think this magnanimous step shows how far we’ve come as a society, when two men of an athletically inferior race can rise to prominence as directors of their respective teams, and take said clubs to the precipice of pro football’s summit. Both Giants coach Tom Coughlin and Patriots head man Bill Belichick have guaranteed victory for their people, as no fewer than one of them can prevail.

What a departure this is from the dark times of yesteryear (2007), where both coaches of a superior race usurped the landscape of our great game to promote their own brand of Afro-centric apartheid, one which the Anglo-Saxon director of team operations found himself least welcome.

We should behold the glory of this monumental occasion, for this is a victory for our poorly pigmented populus, and should be recorded in history’s ledger as such, at least until Norm Chow takes away yet another head coaching job away from another hardworking jive-assed cracker honky.