Tale of the Tape: George Bernard Shaw vs Chicago Blackhawks Forward Andrew Shaw

Tale of the Tape:  George Bernard Shaw vs Chicago Blackhawks Forward Andrew Shaw

George Bernard Shaw is one of the most famous, if not the most famous, artistic critic in world history.  Andrew Shaw, on the other hand, might be one of the greatest men the world has ever known.  Well, at least to Chicago Blackhawks fans.  So, why not compare the Shaws?  Below, is a tale of the tape!

  George Bernard Shaw
  TALE OF THE TAPE
             Andrew Shaw
 
World-renowned artistic critic; long-winded author and playwright
 
 Description
 
Current stats show a pace of 51 goals in an 82 game season; Skates like Jesus in a racecar
 
Voiced opposition to World War I
 
  Scandal
 
Once caught watching ‘The Cutting Edge’ by himself
 
Founded London School of Economics
 
Educational Accomplishment
 
Jesus found Shaw teaching in the temple
 
Hated exploitation of the working class and poor
 
 Political Views
 
Wants ‘Executive Order’ to be changed to ‘Shaw Order’ where all presidential actions must go through him first.
 
Hated teachers and the educational system, as a whole
 
 Opinion on Teachers
 
Doesn’t need teachers; solves extra credit calculus problems for fun on various university chalkboards.
 
Ripped John Barrymore in lengthy letter to actor for performance in Hamlet
 
 Controversial Opinion
 
Ripped teammates for calling his cell phone instead of using sky-lit ‘Shaw Signal’.
 
Made King Edward VII laugh so hard he broke his chair.
 
 Comedy Expertise
 
Made God laugh so hard the sky started to cry

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  • Nice work.

    Now, as an encore, please compare Ray Lewis with CS Lewis. Or better yet Emmanuel Lewis.

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