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Discussion in 'Main Sports Forum' started by oxrageous, Apr 29, 2021.
Raul was Paki, not Indian!
They should change his jersey number once a week. Imagine how much money they could make.
Once again, you're an odd dude. Who would get so hung up on such a mediocre porn star?
Like Donkey and Mule. Filthy animals.
Agreed on Weueffel and his ministry. I looked at the Tebow site you linked and it's far too slick for my liking. I'm also a big believer that charity begins at home so usually limit my giving to local organizations.
Such as Gatorchatter?
At this point, this is the only explanation. This was like seeing a fight from 20 yards away, walking up to see the commotion, only to realize it is an MMA fighter kicking the **** out of a mentally challenged person. You kind of enjoyed watching the fight, and appreciated the skills, but feel a little dirty about the whole thing. The problem is now the mentally challenged guy doesn't realize the fight is over, so he keeps walking into punches. I'd like to tell a joke about it or post a funny meme about Sub 80 IQ hate crimes, but I just can't bring myself to do it.
Barry mccockiner lol. We used to call the grocery store and have them page him over the speaker.
Geography is relative over there. If he was Hindu, he's Indian. If he's Mooslem, he's Paki. you know this....
Durty's wife is Mike Hunt
You are utterly shameless.
Are you questioning Ox’s motives and intentions? With all the bad message board owners out there, you single him out? Why, because he doesn’t live in Jacksonville?
Just looked at some photos from early last week and one thing stands out is how small of an upper frame Lawrence has. He has the chest and shoulders of a 12 year old boy. This is Luke Ferrell, 5th round draft choice (OS). At 6'6" 200 he looks more like a wide receiver than a tight end.
@Swamp Donkey bless you my child - may God's hands heal all of your pain that causes you to lash out with hate and negativity from your tortured soul - Love always TeBoss15
I'm a lover not a fighter. ask your wife.
Sorry if MOM ESPN ruins sports and spoils its brand with its racial obsession The brain rot that results from viewing the world entirely through the lens of race is not exclusive to politics. It has infected sports as well. ESPN has been one of the biggest culprits, and it may become one of its own victims. The latest example is Tim Tebow. The former NFL quarterback is back in the league, signing as a tight end on a veteran minimum contract. He is being reunited with his college coach Urban Meyer. Tebow, by all accounts, is a great locker room presence to have on a young team like Meyer’s Jacksonville Jaguars. Tebow and Meyer won two national championships together in college. As an added bonus, Tebow is from the area, bringing some more excitement to a team that hasn’t had much of it in the last decade. There isn’t much of a story here, but the media obsession with Tebow from his last NFL stint isn’t going away. And now, it is mixed with a stupid racial obsession. Naturally, Tebow's signing must be proof of racism, or something. That’s what ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith thinks, at least. One of the few stars on a network that is dying culturally and has gone through three three sets of mass layoffs in the past six years, Smith said of Tebow, “let me be the first to say, I don’t give a damn how you feel. I mean what I say. It is white privilege.” He added, “There’s no way to eradicate white privilege without white individuals giving up some of their privilege.” t’s entirely predictable for a one-note “analyst” who is only paid for drawing ratings with “hot takes” and outlandish reactions. Smith’s show, First Take, is partly responsible for the decay of traditional sports analysis in favor of controversial quotes designed to get clicks and views. And he only has one setting: Racism. It’s the same line of thought he brought out when discussing the Brooklyn Nets hiring Steve Nash as head coach. It was “white privilege,” because Nash had no head coaching experience, even though he was a legendary point guard whose hiring was signed off on by the team’s two (black) superstars, and even though black players had also landed head coaching jobs with no experience. Tebow’s signing has nothing to do with race. Anyone with a functioning brain could recognize this, but ESPN’s business model has evolved into the broken-brain hot-takes of Smith mixed with the racial obsession fueled by Black Lives Matter last year. (Yes, Smith even mentions George Floyd in his rant about Tebow.) Racialized worldviews ruin everything they touch. This once-beloved sports network is no different.
Another Disney owned company. It is self-destructive corporate insanity at its worst
Fuk Stephen A Smith. Want further proof that he's a brain-dead leftist? His initials are SAS.
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