Nebraska TV Station Releases Ridiculous “Frosty The Coach Man” Song

first_imgFrosty the coach man is a thing.Nebraska didn’t qualify for a bowl game in 2018, but Cornhuskers fans are still satisfied with the job that head coach Scott Frost did with the team. Nebraska started the season 0-6, but finished 4-2 down the stretch.One television station out in Nebraska – KETV in Omaha – decided to celebrate Frost’s first campaign in an interesting way. The network’s sports department decided to create a parody of Frosty the Snowman in Frost’s honor.Appropriately, it is titled Frosty the Coach Man. It’s one of the more ridiculous songs you’ll ever here.We’re not sure Nebraska fans will like it, but we’re pretty sure they’re at least willing to listen to it.Check it out:This is a real thing that a member of the Nebraska media did pic.twitter.com/9OmyZSfONV— Chris Hassel (@Hassel_Chris) December 25, 2018Frost, after leading UCF to an undefeated season in 2017, struggled to lead Nebraska to its first win in 2018. But the Cornhuskers showed a great deal of improvement as the season went on, and many believe they’re poised for a big 2019.Nebraska fans – do you like the parody? Or is it too much?last_img read more

Afghans want end to militiaimposed sexual apartheid official tells UN rights panel

Humayum Tander told the UN Subcommission on the Promotion and Protection of Human Rights that his country’s legitimate Government was currently beset by insurgencies funded by a foreign State which supplied support and an army of fanatical volunteers. These militia fanatics were “profoundly” defying women’s rights.He said the culture they were imposing was not genuine Afghan culture, which supported the rights of women. In the past, Afghanistan had had female government ministers and elected officials, while women worked as university professors and schoolteachers. The explanations offered by the fanatical militias for their current treatment of women were distorting the true picture of Afghan history and culture, he added.Mr. Tander called on the Subcommission to consider these conditions in its draft resolution on Afghanistan, pointing out that the country’s people wanted an end to the abhorrent sexual apartheid currently being inflicted on the country.The Afghan representative’s comments came as the Subcommission wrapped up its annual general debate today. The panel will consider several draft resolutions and decisions concerning economic, social and cultural rights, prevention of discrimination and other human rights issues before the conclusion of its current session on Friday. read more