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  • Birthday 11/18/1967

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    Supercross ~ Mountain Biking ~ NCAA Softball ~ Living The Vegan Lifestyle Among You Savages

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  1. D Bone

    Cleveland Indians Looking Into Changing Name

    Redskins is as flaky as I get. I myself hope the other Native American nicknames stay..... I'm just hoping they don't go after the Angels.
  2. D Bone

    Cleveland Indians Looking Into Changing Name

    I'm 52 and thought the Redskins was a weird name even when I was 12ish.
  3. D Bone

    Cleveland Indians Looking Into Changing Name

    FSU, Atl, and rest will follow suit, and quickly.
  4. D Bone

    Washington Redskins

    Holy shit!! lol I simply said "lets hope he doesn't have any skeletons in his closet".... cause we all have em... even YOU. I never said a bad word about the man, but you couldn't wait to get a poundin' on that key board to call me a racist, a baby boy (that made me lol) and hoping I delete my account so you could claim a Cancel victory. You need to get a girlfriend, or boyfriend... not that there's anything wrong with that. (I'm sure that last part flew right over your head)
  5. D Bone

    Washington Redskins

    https://sports.yahoo.com/washington-owner-dan-snyder-says-team-will-review-nickname-151144104.html Washington owner Dan Snyder announces team will review nickname In a move that was long past due, Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder announced Friday the team will undergo a “thorough review of the team’s name.” The team said it has been discussing internally a name change with the league in recent weeks. Snyder said in a statement: “This process allows the team to take into account not only the proud tradition and history of the franchise but also input from our alumni, the organization, sponsors, the National Football League and the local community is proud to represent on and off the field.” Head coach Ron Rivera said in a statement it was an “issue of personal importance to me and I look forward to working closely with Dan Snyder to make sure we continue the mission of honoring and supporting Native Americans and our Military.” In a separate statement, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell confirmed the discussions and said, “We are supportive of this important step.” The announcement comes after weeks of pressure for the team to change it. Winds of change had been blowing for Washington For years, Snyder had bluntly rejected any and all calls for him to change the team name. Snyder went so far as to declare he would “never,” in all caps, change the name in 2013. So what changed on a topic where Native American protesters, the White House and the United Nations Human Rights Council found only deaf ears? In a word: money. Two of the team’s biggest financial partners signaled they wanted a name change. FedEx, which owns the naming rights to the team’s stadium, recently revealed it informed the team it wanted to see a new name at FedEx Field. Nike, the league’s official uniform supplier, did more showing than telling when it wiped the team’s products from its online store. The District of Columbia found its own arm to twist when several politicians said that the team being able to move back to the District of Columbia from Landover, Maryland would be contingent on a name change. The team’s lease at FedEx Field remains intact until 2027 and D.C. is just one of three possible states/districts the team could build its next home in, but it still likely carried some weight. This was all seemingly precipitated by racial inequality taking center stage in American politics following the killing of George Floyd. What was once seen as acceptable by many was pointed out as problematic. Even NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has released a statement saying Black lives matter and admitting the league was wrong for not listening to player protests. In that climate, enough gears started turning for Snyder to at least listen.
  6. D Bone

    Washington Redskins

    It was only a matter of time... and we better hope Paul Brown doesn't have a single skeleton in that closet of his, or the mob will have them squarely in their sights too. ^ and before you think it not possible, you better open those eyes and look around.
  7. D Bone

    Cam to The Pats

    https://sports.yahoo.com/richard-sherman-points-out-the-big-problem-with-cam-newtons-ridiculous-patriots-contract-140142128.html ..... and no, the pink link was not an accident.
  8. ^ I honestly don't know what event that is? Recent? Or did the joke fly over my head?
  9. D Bone

    What if they cannot play this year...

    Now that was pure gold.
  10. D Bone

    Football and coronavirus

    Just the start... https://www.yahoo.com/sports/cowboys-steelers-hall-of-fame-game-reportedly-canceled-enshrinement-ceremony-postponed-132505794.html
  11. D Bone

    Football and coronavirus

    ^ Just wanted to make sure it gets read again. ...... and again.
  12. We have moved on to the next phase of 'political correctness' : enforcement. This 'enforcement' occurs when someone fails to follow the 'narrative' and dares to stand up against the unassailable wisdom of 'social media'. And this 'enforcement' is applied as if they had done some actual, physical crime, it is applied despite it occurring on the offender's 'own time', and the sentence of the court ['social media'] has to option of rebuttal, retrial, or appeal, all sentences are final. And these sentences are to say the least extreme, one wrong word or phrase and you can lose EVERYTHING, your job, your home, your savings, basically your life. And again, there is no appeal, no 'higher court' you can go to, just that group of anonymous people who make up 'social media'...
  13. D Bone

    Juneteenth

    It is absolutely pathetic what is happening all around us while we all just watch. My 83yr old dad and I were talking yesterday and I'll quote what he said.... "I used to wonder how 1 man - 1 FUCKING MAN! could gather so much power and kill so many people while millions - MILLIONS! of people just slowly watched and let it happen, and did nothing about it until it was too late...... and now, I see how".
  14. D Bone

    Browns players taking a knee

    Totally agree, however that knife cuts both ways. Drew Brees was ambushed, er asked about his opinion regarding kneeling during the flag. He very articulately went on to describe what the flag means to him and why, and that he doesn't agree with anyone kneeling and not standing during the anthem. He never once said he was in any way against the anti-racism movement. He never once said that he didn't know exactly why they were kneeling..... yet he was incorrectly objectively "translated" by the woke Titteridiot mob forcing him to cower down and apologize for something he has no right to be sorry for. I hear why they are going to kneel. Moreover, I know why as I'm not completely obtuse (< heck I just used a big word) yet I don't have to agree with it, much less like it, to still be sympathetic to their cause..... no matter what the woke mob screams at this hard working, rule following, positive part of humanity, yet somehow just a privileged dude. I can be both against the war, yet support the soldiers.... although in this case, it seems to be a Bizarro World version of that.
  15. D Bone

    Browns players taking a knee

    Ahhh. That's better.
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