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  1. riotous protesters, the democrats, radical msm ..... good article: https://www.redstate.com/streiff/2020/07/04/how-will-this-revolution-of-entitled-privileged-snobs-play-out/
  2. https://www.redstate.com/diary/cheetah772/2020/07/04/before-july-4th-my-fathers-escape-from-communist-hungary/ THAT IS HISTORY. Libs had better learn it and think about it, before letting our America go to hell (that is biden/deep swamp total corruption and control of our gov)
  3. not too lame - look at you, you defend the "peaceful protesters". A. Pres Trump did not order the tear gassing - the U.S. Park Service did use pepper balls and smoke bombs. Not tear gas. B. The use of pepper balls was totally justified, your "peaceful protesters" were throwing projectiles at the officers, and tried to grab their weapons. No tear gas was used. Once again, I'm teaching you some real history, and you are just plain wrong. C. It was not all peaceful. from the article: https://www.wusa9.com/article/news/verify/verify-were-protesters-tear-gassed-to-clear-the-way-for-trumps-walk-to-church/507-911916a1-1b43-4579-a93e-1124a7f4359b However, the U.S. Park Police depicted the protesters differently in its release on the incident. It said the protesters were combative, threw projectiles at officers and tried to grab their weapons. “Officers then employed the use of smoke canisters and pepper balls. No tear gas was used by USPP officers or other assisting law enforcement partners to close the area,” it said. No arrests were made, it said as well. The CDC says “riot control agents (sometimes referred to as 'tear gas') are chemical compounds that temporarily make people unable to function by causing irritation to the eyes, mouth, throat, lungs, and skin.” Other definitions - like this 2013 study published in the National Library of Medicine - say only certain chemicals qualify as “tear gas.” And that’s why this is a semantics argument. Officials are separating “pepper balls” from “tear gas,” but the objective of the two are the same; to irritate your skin and eyes as a form of riot control.
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    Rushmore speech

    maybe YOU should learn some history about the Black Hills. The Arapaho tribe never "owned" the Black Hills. And the Lokota tribe fought a bloody battle to defeat the Cheyenne to take the Black HIlls. Before that, the Cheyenne fought a lengthy, bloody war against the Kiowa tribe to take the Black Hills. Seems to me, the Kiowa Tribe are the real owners, The Lakota Tribe took the Black Hills by force in a bloody war. Have a nice day. https://www.stormfront.org/forum/t1312967/ In 1776 ... in bloody warfare the Lakota defeated the Cheyenne who had earlier taken the Black Hills from the Kiowa after a lengthy war.
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    Rushmore speech

    https://www.redstate.com/nick-arama/2020/07/04/trump-delivers-the-mount-rushmore-speech-we-needed-to-hear/
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    Old Glory

    That is SO OUTSTANDING. I've never heard that before.
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    Rushmore speech

    it was an EXCELLENT SPEECH ! Apparently, the "protesters" who left vans on the highway going to Mt. Rushmore, and slashed the tires, got arrested, vans gone, a LOT of Real Americans showed up, and it was a GREAT speech.
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    Njoku and agent Rosenhaus demand trade

    David Njoku working to move past dropped passes ... https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2018/08/02/... Aug 02, 2018 · “Yes, he dropped some passes, but that is part of the game sometimes,” quarterback Tyrod Taylor said. “We know he can catch. His confidence is not broken or anything.” Browns coach Hue Jackson said he’s had conversations with Njoku about the drops, specifically last weekend’s. *************************************** David Njoku is demanding Cleveland Browns trade him? You ... https://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/nfl/david-njoku... In 2018, Njoku caught 56 passes. He still dropped eight passes and had the highest drop rate of any tight end in 2018 according to Profootballfocus. In contrast, Hooper has caught 146 passes... *************************************** David Njoku demands that the Cleveland Browns exchange it ... https://www.fr24news.com/a/2020/07/david-njoku... 5 hours ago · In 2018, Njoku caught 56 passes. He lost another eight passes and recorded the highest drop rate of any tight end in 2018 according to Profootballfocus. Hooper, on the other hand, caught 146 passes against just four drops. Remember the new motto of Berry / Stefanski: players who are “tough, intelligent, responsible”.
  9. I played it over the past couple of years here and there. Oddly, I never played it over self-quarantine at all, nor last summer. It was usually when my Wife was visiting her Dad in Texas, or shopping with friends, etc. I am always impressed with the motion and graphics.
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    History Lesson...doomed to repeat it.

    all the times woodpecker has talked about trans and gays being victimized... what a feathers-for-brains.
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    Washington Redskins

    stick a cork in it - any idiot is smarter than you are, you are a steeler fan. and an asswhole.
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    Njoku and agent Rosenhaus demand trade

    Njoku could have been a terrific player, but Canton Mike and I, and others, have seen him walk around without his shirt, hardly being interested in what the coach was saying. He has the typical terrific athletic ability, he's very fast, etc etc etc. But when it comes to being a *football player*, he likes a football paycheck, but the dropped passes, in training camp and games, and not being a good willing blocker... nope. My opinion, he's found out the expectations from this new coaching staff that KNOWS what they are doing, and he wants to bail. It's pretty bad when your punter is a hell of a lot more a *football player* than your first round TE. Poor drafting. No heart for the game. https://www.brownsnation.com/jamie-gillan-shows-off-impressive-offseason-transformation/ and yes, we get a first round pick for him, I'm good ! but we won't. So, keep him. and if he holds out the entire season, let him. Good article on the expectations involved in trading Njoku https://heavy.com/sports/2020/07/browns-david-njoku-trade-value/
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    Washington Redskins

    Washington Wolverines... nah. that would offend wolverines.
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