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  1. If there was nothing wrong with what he said, then why the problem? Why the apology? In his own words, he admitted he was wrong. You are free to be a hypocrite, but you should expect to get called out on it (or "bullied" if you want to be a baby about it). If taking a knee doesn't solve anything, do you think any form of protest is valid? https://www.forbes.com/sites/chuckjones/2020/03/07/the-coal-industry-has-lost-almost-one-thousand-jobs-since-trump-became-president/#2f7cb49c2e29 https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-trump-carrier/more-layoffs-at-indiana-factory-trump-made-deal-to-keep-open-idUSKBN1F02TL This is why these conversations need to happen. Changing the subject to the military is a purposeful tactic. I thought you said this story was dead? If there was no point in posting it, then, according to your opinion, there are multiple pages of nothing.
  2. Of course he has a right to his opinion, just like you have a right to be as stupid as you are. Why even bring up the first amendment?? (Oh, right - because you're stupid.) Poor widdle Brees can't stand up for himself and must issue a fake apowogee... Is that your stance?? Poor bullied Brees made a choice - either 1) to take the opportunity to clarify his stance on the issue; or 2) an economic one. Either way, if he didn't issue his second statement, he's still set for life. All of these faux-patriots clutching their pearls CHOSE to be offended at something because a bunch of talking heads in the media told them to be offended. They WANTED to be offended so they can change the subject from something they don't want to talk about (Racism - I know it's tough for you to follow along) to something they do want to talk about (How Amazing and Patriotic and Better they are than "the others" - again, I do this for you, but I'm sure you'll still have trouble comprehending all of this). Oh wait. Do you think these faux-patriots aren't actually choosing to be offended, yet the BLM side is choosing to be offended? Yep, that does mesh with your brain power. How are those jobs working out? Good ol' lies to get elected but no follow through. Welp, looks like you learned your lesson and will vote against him now ,right? No? The "jobs" thing just sounds like a great excuse because you don't care who is running just as long as your "team" wins? Rooting for Trump makes you feel vindicated, doesn't it? It doesn't matter at all what happens in the US.
  3. You just have to call the "right" people names. Like rapists: https://www.businessinsider.com/trump-mexicans-rapists-remark-reference-2018-4 Or Pocahontas: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-42146195 Or... well, this list could go on for a very long time. What was your point? Appeal to racists and lie about jobs (Coal, factories, etc)?
  4. What a joke. "He's using his first amendment so you shouldn't bully poor Brees!" You do understand that Brees is not under arrest for his statements, right? And you are telling me that you PREFER the mass protests (and the resulting problems with it) over the peaceful kneeling? Wow. Stick to your Mariota obsession.
  5. Welp! No need to talk about it any of it then! Racism is solved, folks. Brees apologized and our discussion is no longer necessary. Nothing more can be gained from talking about this specific instance.
  6. Thanks - I read the Brees part yesterday and then saw the AJ Brown thing today. I posted based off of faulty memory of the details.
  7. The conversation was stifled by these "faux-patriots" passing off the political propaganda of "us vs them" bullshit. It was a bunch of "hey, look at me! I'm SO patriotic! I wear a flag pin every day! I LOVE this cloth! EVERYONE MUST WORSHIP THIS CLOTH!" These politicians and talking heads didn't want bother with the hard work of working through the problems of racism. These assholes instead used it to further their agenda and grab headlines. They demonized a form of peaceful protest and changed the subject - just like Brees. He used this moment to talk about how great his family is and how great a Christian and patriot he is. He gave specifics there, didn't he? What specifics did he go in to about addressing racism?
  8. If you aren't caught up, Drew Brees, when asked about the protests changed the subject to the flag. Brees thinks the protests are against the military. SOMEHOW. CTE maybe? Brees's teammates aren't happy with him. If you want to read more, click on this tweet and read the thread of 23 posts (one likens Brees to "kneeling on the necks" of his teammates to prevent them from speaking out with this faux-patriotic threats):
  9. Oops. Guess he's not laughing at the joke now. I thought young people were more adept at knowing how text/social media works.
  10. They won't even acknowledge that it happened. A boomer in-law commented on a 20-something in-law's post about this about how only god can question Trump's beliefs. Then she begged for people to stop posting divisive stuff. She's a kind lady, but obviously a delusional Republican that won't consider any other ideas that aren't given as the party line.
  11. https://www.google.com/search?q=sign+language+facial+expressions&oq=sign+language+facial+expressions&aqs=chrome..69i57j0l7.4310j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
  12. I enjoyed reading the frustrations of people not wanting to find the article themselves more so than the garbage rationale for the pick itself.
  13. I'm interested in the history of WRs in a similar situation (high draft pick + low early career performance) and the results. How many actually turned things around? How many stuck around as a good/not-great WR for a long career? I don't Davis will flame out, but that's an option, too.
  14. Three of these guys are still playing and for these teams. Then throw in that Rice had quite a few more seasons after the 9ers - those numbers aren't on this list.

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