Fred Flinstone's Honour Is Defended In Ray Rice Controversy

Fred Flinstone's Honour Is Defended In Ray Rice Controversy
By Conor Neville

The good name of one of the most beloved cartoon characters was besmirched in the Washington Post last week. After Ray Rice's public apology to his wife and his teammates following his arrest on a domestic violence charge last February, the Post's Sally Jenkins described Rice as going 'all Flinstone on his wife', a totally unjustified allusion. Thankfully, Martin Kaymer of Takoma Park rode to the rescue.

[Deadspin]

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