The Boondocks by Aaron McGruder for July 04, 2004
Huey: What is the proper way to honor dead men who have left an indelible mark on the world? Should we ignore their flaws, erase their wrongdoings, and speak only of their finer moments, as the media have done with Ronald Reagan? Should we give in to selective memory and post-mortem enshrinement? I say, when we rewrite the lives of important men, we commit the crime of rewriting history itself! I see no honor in that...When I pass, speak freely of my shortcomings and my flaws. Learn from them for I'll have no ego to injure... Caesar: OK, great. So it's cool if I mention your hair? Huey: What are you gonna say about my hair?! Caesar: You'll be dead. Don't worry about it! Caesar: Yeesh...and then there's your shoes... Caesar: Hey!! What's wrong with my shoes?!