What can’t Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers do? He wins on Jeopardy!, he plows models and actresses, he plays football well and now he’s a doctor.
The Medical College of Wisconsin awarded an honorary doctorate of humanities degree to Rodgers on Thursday. They did so for his work to end childhood cancer. Rodgers works with the school’s faculty and the MACC Fund.
Packers QB Aaron Rodgers received an honorary doctorate of humanities from the Medical College of Wisconsin, the school announced on Thursday. The honor was given in recognition for his commitment to helping children facing… https://t.co/7XTOiTMFh4 pic.twitter.com/eHf34bzUEJ
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Do you know what they call Rodgers now?
One minute he’s plowing models, the next he’s a closeted homosexual hiding behind his beards. Which is it Mordy?
What a joke.
No, Aaron Rodgers is not a doctor. He donated a lot of time and money to the MACC fund which is really great. But no, he is not a doctor.
Kind of like how all those people who donated $300 to the Packers for a piece of paper saying that they’re “owners.” It’s nice that you donated money, but you have no say in anything, Much like Rodgers does in the medical community. So please stop parading around arrogantly pronouncing to everyone that you own the Packers like they care. I’m sure this doesn’t represent the majority of people who donated, and to them I say thank you. But you do get those special few…
I’m just as much of an “owner” as anyone because my drivers’ license says Brown County which means my taxes to go the Packers. And although my wall may lack a shiny certificate, I’m ok with that because I’m $300 richer.