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Discussion in 'Politics' started by GatorJ, Jan 9, 2018.
Perhaps, what he said was, "Trump Georgia"
I keep getting drawn here because of this. Lol
You're also an idiot.....but most of us are fine with that too.....
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I can't understand what most athletes are saying when they're speaking directly into a microphone (for fuchs sakes, Rapeis can't even pronounce "strong" correctly), but Bo saying "fuch Trump" wouldn't necessarily be out of context. Trump did attend the game and was on the field for the National Anthem. Thanks to good old Colin Kaepernick, football players are pretty familiar with Trump these days.
That being said, FU#K GEORGIA
I probably should mention this on PM, but I never noticed your av till now.
Gotta love the Go Fund Me generation, they just don't get the it's my money, not yours philosophy
Everyone knows I-Phones are liberal.
What I heard yesterday, when this was first posted, and what it says today are 2 very different things. Somebody's covering their tracks.
Alabama has to go to the White House for the traditional visit by the National Champion. Wonder if Mr. Scarborough will repeat his little remark.
If Bo does repeat his remark, "F*** Georgia," 812 might be envious.
My laptop has louder speakers than my phone, and I just held it up to my ear, it definitely sounds like he said Trump. Which if you had asked me 24 hours ago after listening on my phone, it sounded like Georgia. Either way, once again, I'm fine with either.
I'm picturing you standing around the house with your laptop on your shoulder pressed to you ear like an 80's boom box. Somehow, that doesn't surprise me.
Well I was sitting on my couch, but the image is still fairly accurate.
I figured it out.
He said Fvkk Chump, who wanted him to play LB.
Kinda fits the developed image...
It's because the audio has been doctored. There's little question right now as to that fact. The real question is was it doctored TO or FROM trump?
Personally, I think it was probably trump and then changed to be georgia once it went viral. Sort of fits the narrative that scarborough tweeted out later. And it also seems to account for the fact that when the cell phone video first went viral.... early, early tuesday morning, it was clearly "trump"
All that being said, its funny to discuss but I honestly don' really care what some college football player from bama says.
That's certainly possible. I played it over a couple Logitech speakers so that a group of 5 people could hear it. Everyone said it clearly was "Georgia" & not "Trump".
Hmmmmm........ given the level of butthurt some continue to demonstrate, I wouldn't be shocked to learn of an audio "adjustment". Funny he retweeted to be sure he was correctly quoted. Seems to me that if he hated Trump enough to yell something like that he wouldn't go to lengths to correct those who misquoted him, he'd own it.
See sas's post a little ways up, post 32.
He was saying it was clearly Georgia 2 days ago.
There are definitely two versions floating around. Only question is which one is the original?
No, he would go to the efforts to correct it due to bad PR for the university, the coach, the player and even the state.
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