Right. It's hyperbole but equal justice under law is a concept that seems lost on many.
Everybody loves free speech except for everyone else's right to it.
Only Colin Kaepernick gets to say what he thinks.
Hey, they have a right to say what they want. Sometimes that has consequences.
Go speak your mind on controversial social issues at work to everyone & see what happens.
PRB, you can't get too worked up about DVs. They come with the territory, especially in a thread like this.
We all fall victim to the Quick Read some time or another
My dream scenario for this involves the NFL telling these two to fuck off, then fighting tooth & nail over many years and millions of dollars to a 5-4 win at the supreme court for freedom of association under the same 1st amendment that gives Kaep & Reid freedom to speak (which I support).
EDIT: 6-3, not 5-4
Did not edit. I like the idea of the NFL colluding in its best interests.
Did not know this. This makes the NFL's cowardice even more impressive?
Frankly, I hope it did.
Big time hot take thread potential:
Cool, hopefully they can get lost or go to the XFL or whatever now.
I can't judge too harshly as:
a.) I too was young once
2.) To this day I often say things in the heat of a moment that don't stand up well to time
Young people often say things in the heat of a moment that don't stand up well to time.
Yeah....nobody should go see a Broadway production in hopes of *serious learning* but is it too much to ask that events & opinions of historical figures not be twisted *near 180 degrees* to further contemporary agendas? Isn't it possible to entertain with having to do that?
The answer is yes of course. I think this kind of goofery takes away from the entertainment aspect. Then again, all I watch regularly is kids stuff and movies where good guys & bad guys punch & kick & shoot a lot of bullets* at each other so maybe I just don't get it.
*just finished Wind River on Netflix. Awesome movie, epic wilderness standoff at the end, very satisfying justice/vengeance flick
Loathes Chaotic Transitions
This is very hyggeligt.
"So long, suckas."
This thread is a good reminder for all of us to not be pricks to each other.
Whatever the case, I'm thankful Urban managed his exit here instead of going the chaos/Florida route.
Doesn't this really say it all?
Yep. Great builder, terrible sustainer. Burns too hot.
Will coach again somewhere, and probably win big again. I have little doubt.
The sky's the limit. This team is free of the extracurricular crap that has bogged it down since 2015.
OP, downtown Hampton Inn is a great spot. Adjacent to North Market and walkable to Capitol Square. Good pool, free breakfast.
Hetuck is potentially MVP of this thread