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  1. What specifically is idiotic about the contents of that video?
  2. Absolutely. If it’s so obvious, why can’t you back up your claim? Oh yeah, because it’s based on emotion and not facts.
  3. Dude, the guy before me literally said it’s a free speech violation. Lol, do you even read? No matter what I say, you’re going to twist it. At the end of the day, you lost. Just accept that Chief Wahoo is gone and move on
  4. ?? Your answer does nothing to prove your point. Do you have any facts to back up your opinion?
  5. Lol Shmuck SJWs and Shmuck safe spaces. Long live Trump. Long live western civilization.
  6. No Controversy at all on Ertz' TD Reception

    The Ertz TD seemed obvious that it was a catch. The other one, (caught by the UDFA Rookie RB) I’m surprised they didn’t overturn it All that being said, I hope Tony Romo gets to do the Super Bowl next year
  7. Dolan made a business decision. Whether it was to appease to crowd who didn’t like it, repair a relationship with Natives, or sellout for the all star game. (Probably all of the above) Who really cares? It doesn’t change the fact that it doesn’t equate to taking away free speech, and no one forced him to do it.
  8. It’s an interesting argument, but here’s where the discrepancy is. Getting rid of Chief Wahoo does not equate to getting rid of free speech. You or I can still buy a Chief Wahoo hat and wear it. Taking away free speech would be the government telling you you CANT wear a Chief Wahoo hat. No one is saying that. You still have the right to express yourself and purchase and wear Chief Wahoo, even to the games. On a side note: How is the Cleveland Indians any different than the Cleveland Blacks?
  9. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.clevescene.com/scene-and-heard/archives/2017/05/09/louis-sockalexis-tribe-angry-about-chief-wahoo-logo-obviously-does-not-honor-his-legacy%3fmedia=AMP+HTML Heres one, but there are plenty. There’s really no way to prove it one way or the other, but when you do some digging it seems pretty apparent that the Indians name started as a derogatory nickname because we had an American Indian on our team. Dude, I’m with you, I think the progressive movement is so dumb when it comes to almost everything. Black shootings, abortion, trans rights... its all a Marxist leftist agenda. I’m totally with you. But dude, this isn’t some blue haired dumb white bitch saying they don’t like Chief Wahoo. It’s literally members of Indian tribes who want it gone.
  10. Browns Hire Former 49ers and Redskins GM Scot McCloughan

    McCloughan prefers Guice over Barkley. Cue the POG meltdown lol
  11. If your idea of fun is unsuccessfully trying to piss off someone on a Browns forum, then I actually feel bad for you and I’ll be nice to you. No, I don’t need a safe space lol. I actually enjoy debating people with opposing views, it’s the only way to come to the truth. I was really hoping to have a discussion with you, but it’s clear you’d rather act like a child instead. Which is fine, but maybe you should take a time out
  12. Yawn. I’m still waiting for you to add anything intelligent or relevant to the conversation. Cant wait for your response to be “you too”
  13. I’m out of touch? Dude, I’m a member of the generation that will be taking over America in the next 10 years. I can tell you for a FACT, 90% of young adults, liberal or conservative, don’t care if they get rid of Chief Wahoo. Smart businessmen always spot trends AHEAD of time, and they see this. They don’t give a PHUCK about your old, outdated, flaccid pimpledick opinion. As for the business side, it is a GREAT business move, an absolute win-win. Get rid of the controversy surrounding the logo. That increases the value of Chief Wahoo, which will still be sold as merchandise. But yeah, I’m out of touch.
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