In His Spare Time, Arian Foster Occupies Wall Street Brandon Caldwell November 20, 2011 Sports 1 Comment On the way to check out #occupywallstreet. Going to learn first hand of their perspective. — Arian Foster (@ArianFoster) November 19, 2011 This has to be the best time for Houston sports in quite sometime. Not since the mid 90s have things been this good with the Texans tied atop the AFC with a 7-3 record, the Dynamo playing for a MLS Cup, the city’s major university is undefeated & could crash the BCS party and if we could avoid the fact there’s a lockout and the baseball team just got sold and bartered off for the “good of baseball”. No worries though, NYC was home to the Texans this week as Arian Foster decided to do his intellectual duty by hanging out at Occupy Wall Street. Sure, they don’t have tents anymore but leave it to Foster to offer an opinion on something that’s currently gripping the conscious of American politics. By the way, congrats to Texans tackle Duane Brown who became the most hated man (by men) in all of urban media when he popped the question to former KBXX jock now Shade 45 host Devi Dev. [via Yardbarker] Share this:TweetShare on Tumblr One Response Justin November 21, 2011 I’m not a fan of leaving the AL, but it’s much better than having to still deal with Drayton McClane. It also doesn’t hurt that the AL West is always much weaker than the NL Central & we can get away from the Cardinals & Cubs (with Theo Epstein at the healm). Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.