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  1. We're getting ripped off on many levels we don't even know about.
  2. Daily Caller is pretty reliable. I figured tax dollars were going for stadiums since they were used for Katrina and in Texas for hurricane victims.
  3. I knew they were bad, but no idea that bad. They must be fast when biting.
  4. They knelt down. Every news outlet is using this dumb ass phraseology that yes, involves FOOTBALL, not a means of protest. It's really getting on my last nerve for some reason. Verb. (third-person singular simple present takes a knee, present participle taking aknee, simple past took a knee, past participle taken a knee) (American football) To have the quarterback kneel and place the ball on the ground at the beginning of a play, thereby ending that play. Taking a Knee Urban Dictionary Phrase borrowed from American football terminology to indicate a player or team running out the final seconds of a football game (the act itself consists of literally touching one's knee to the floor to facilitate the running of the game clock), "taking a knee" is the act of putting oneself in cruise control, usually in a work setting or some other undesirable situation. The individual is physically present, but his mind is not on his task, and there may even be some goofing off associated with "taking a knee." Mostly used by professional sports savvy men.
  5. Senators proposed a bill this summer to prevent federal taxpayer funding from going towards the construction of professional sports arenas, and after more players began supporting the protest of the national anthem before games, the legislation may begin to pick up steam. A companion measure to the legislation was already proposed in the House back in March by Oklahoma Republican Rep. Steve Russell. Last June, New Jersey Democratic Sen. Corey Booker and Republican Oklahoma Sen. Jim Lankford put forth a bill that would ban professional sports teams from using municipal bonds in relation to federal funding to build their sports arenas. <snip> http://dailycaller.com/2017/09/24/bills-blocking-taxpayer-funding-of-professional-sports-arenas-could-gain-steam-in-midst-of-anthem-protests/ LOL Wow the trough is big!
  6. Flashback: NFL Players Threatened With Fines For Wearing Patriotic Cleats on 9/11 The NFL and the left are all of a sudden supporters of the 1st Amendment. They keep claiming that the NFL players have the First Amendment right to protest the national anthem if they so wish. Okay, great, and the consumers have a right to boycott. Interestingly, the NFL threatened players with fines for wearing patriotic cleats on 9/11 in 2016. Why does Goodell have so much contempt for American patriotism? <snip> The NFL will reportedly fine three NFL players for wearing cleats that honored 9/11 victims and first responders during games on the 15-year anniversary of the attacks. Tennessee Titans linebacker Avery Williamson and New York Giants receivers Odell Beckham Jr. and Victor Cruz are each expecting a $6,000 fine for their patriotic shoes, according to Fox News reporter Trace Gallagher. http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/09/flashback-nfl-players-threatened-fines-wearing-patriotic-cleats-911/
  7. A year after Gov. Eddie Calvo signed into law a bill allowing victims of child sexual abuse to sue their abusers and the groups they are associated with, at any time, Guam has seen 110 Catholic clergy sex abuse lawsuits. And the number of cases filed could reach 1,000 because of the extent of cover-up, denials and vast reach of the abusers for decades, a national survivors group says. Most of those sued, including the Archdiocese of Agana, the Boy Scouts of America and Archbishop Anthony S. Apuron, have challenged Public Law 33-187. The archdiocese and the Boy Scouts said the law is unconstitutional and should apply only to the alleged perpetrators and not institutions such as the Catholic Church or the Boy Scouts. Apuron, through his attorney, Jacqueline Terlaje, argued the 2016 law didn't retroactively lift the statute of limitations for childhood sexual abuse cases and is unconstitutional because it takes away Apuron's due process rights. Calvo, in a letter accompanying the law, said the bill has several legal and technical concerns, including whether it is even possible under the constitution to retroactively lift the statute of limitations. He said he erred on the side of the aggrieved by making it law. Attorney David Lujan, representing most of those who filed clergy sex abuse lawsuits, said it is important to note that while nearly all the defendants are challenging the law in their court filings, they want to settle the cases out of court. <snip> http://www.guampdn.com/story/news/2017/09/09/initial-estimate-clergy-sex-abuse-cases-conservative-says-survivor-group/645035001/
  8. What is Blue Brain

    This thread has been moved to the Hard Core Conspiracy Forum! For more information on why? Check out our page on what topics go where! As part of our quality control measures!
  9. Rachel Myrick’s first thought as she walked through the entrance to the LongHorn Steakhouse at Southpoint II and felt a sharp pain in her left foot was that she’d been stung by a bee, or possibly a hornet. She tried to brush it off and keep going, but said that she felt such an excruciating pain as she took the next step that she dropped her cellphone, her wallet and her 13-year-old son Dylan’s hand. “I had my fingers under my foot and that’s when I felt something moving,” said Myrick, a Fredericksburg Realtor. She’d been bitten twice on her toes and once on the side of her foot by a roughly 8-inch-long copperhead that had managed to get into the Massaponax restaurant’s foyer. It was still attached to her sandal-shod foot until she shook it loose. “I freaked out,” said Myrick, who recalled yelling, “I got bit! I got bit!” Myrick had gone to the restaurant for dinner on Sept. 12 with her son, boyfriend Michael Clem and some of Clem’s friends and family. <snip> http://www.fredericksburg.com/news/local/spotsylvania/woman-walks-into-longhorn-steakhouse-in-spotsylvania-gets-bitten-by/article_39a35a20-34e3-552d-bee7-2f5fcead1910.html Poor lady! It nailed her 3 times before she even knew what was going on.
  10. They'd have to smoke the meat first. ewww!
  11. I don't do well in crowds. Hated school, it was a prison to me. No hive thing for me. I also have a large area of personal space needed and when someone invades it, it's like a physical assault to me. I feel my consciousness and it is not in my brain it is like an aura that radiates out from my body especially in the chest and solar plexus area.
  12. Slow descent into madness.

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  13. NOW BASEBALL PLAYER TAKES KNEE

    I don't agree. You just mentioned that they control the printing presses and they do, digitally now. They need to keep on convincing people, they are not that far along yet. And if people stop listening to them, they will have to think in that mind space that is available, rather than being told every thought they should have about every issue.
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