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2018 SB not must see for me

Posted by vapor5 on January 26, 2018 at 6:50 AM

I watch the Red Zone during the season and the playoffs strain my patience. Over the years, I've watched the Super Bowl  with various combinations of family or friends. This year I'll tune in intermittently and likely will read a book or work on the short stories I never complete.

The final straw was the NFL rejecting a "please stand" TV ad from a group of military veterans. I watched  Hollywood promoting  immigration  via beer ads last SB, but our Vets are too political ????. Appparently kneeling is the only free speeech allowed.

Anyway, I'm not swearing off the NFL forever. I'll maintain an interest in the Saints and also fantasy football. The Cultural Marxists have succeeded in  trimming my interest in the NFL. Congratulations!

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23 Comments

Reply the immortal scurds
8:59 AM on January 26, 2018 
xfl is stepping back into the ring at a great moment. tebow kapernick manziel, its gonna get interesting
Reply vapor5
9:09 AM on January 26, 2018 
not sold on the latest XFL
Reply the immortal scurds
9:45 AM on January 26, 2018 
me niether. but their timing is great
Reply vapor5
10:28 AM on January 26, 2018 
scurds- true the XFL will be another headache for the NFL , who won't tell their naive players to learn some history
Reply Ferociousjane
12:26 PM on January 26, 2018 
I am unsure whether I will watch but I will at least follow the score.
The NFL is going to be changing a lot in the next few years . I am interested in seeing if the owners who let the players involve politics in the game will openly accept rapper owners. Shahid Khan is one thing. Snoop dog is another . Oops, I meant P Diddy,
Reply Radatz
12:57 PM on January 26, 2018 
I will definitely watch. If the league is bent on forcing itself under for the kneelers I'd at least like the best team of all time to go out on top.
Reply vapor5
1:14 PM on January 26, 2018 
fj- interesting about potential rap owners- we'll see if the NFL owners are limo - not in my backyard- liberals
rad- good luck with watching all the commercials :wink:
Reply Ferociousjane
1:32 PM on January 26, 2018 
Owners already reenforced bad behavior. The players have them over a barrel now. It will be interesting to see what demands they will be making next and how they protest when they are denied.
Reply the immortal scurds
1:32 PM on January 26, 2018 
yeah that pdiddy thing.will certainly accelerate the decline. whats that movie where the punt returner pulls out a gun and shoots a would be tackler? was it directed by gene rodenberry by chance?
Reply the immortal scurds
1:33 PM on January 26, 2018 
i'll watch too ofc. looks like the end of an era in the nfl.
Reply vapor5
3:53 PM on January 26, 2018 
"reenforced bad behavior." fj- they sure have
scurds- heard you were helping PDiddy get an NHL franchise :wink:
Reply Ferociousjane
4:00 PM on January 26, 2018 
Ha! Scurds and Diddy :)

How about the mess at MSU this week and particularly today ? Looks more and more like Izzo and Dantonio will be opting for sudden retirement. What a mess.
Reply the immortal scurds
7:40 PM on January 26, 2018 
its sad but the nfl did the right thing by declining that add. running it would have been re igniting a very ugly smoldering fire. at the worst possible time. my question is, where was the effort before now? somebody somewhere should have responded in kind before now.
Reply the immortal scurds
7:43 PM on January 26, 2018 
yeah speaking of diddling. sheesh. msu/usga going to be writing big big checks.
Reply Ferociousjane
10:48 PM on January 26, 2018 
the immortal scurds says...
yeah speaking of diddling. sheesh. msu/usga going to be writing big big checks.


now there is this:

NCAA president Mark Emmert was personally told in 2010 of more than three dozen reports of sexual assault committed by Michigan State athletes, but took no apparent action.
Reply vapor5
5:57 AM on January 27, 2018 
scurds- Yes, the NFL was tardy in creating the usual committee to defuse the situation.
fj- The Sparty party is over, but my skepticism on sexual assault allegation grows, Too many gals crying wolf is negating the issue, and the true victims become just another number.
Reply the immortal scurds
9:52 AM on January 27, 2018 
vapor5 says...
scurds- Yes, the NFL was tardy in creating the usual committee to defuse the situation.
fj- The Sparty party is over, but my skepticism on sexual assault allegation grows, Too many gals crying wolf is negating the issue, and the true victims become just another number.


leader of the provincial cons here was just taken out. the girl said "she didnt know how to say no" and complained about "an awkward kiss".. now, the guy is a sleazebag ikmo, but it sdure doesnt sound like he is a sex predator. vape is right, its dangerously out of hand.
Reply Ferociousjane
10:08 AM on January 27, 2018 
Come on guys. The guy is a convicted Pedo. I?d say the chances are most are telling the truth here. The fact that intimate treatments took place without a female nurse or assistant tells me a lot. You cant sneeze in a gyno office without an audience and it has been that way for a long long time. The fact that Nassar acted around that common insurance protocol really gives me pause.
Reply vapor5
11:11 AM on January 27, 2018 
fj- I'm not defending Nasser but referring to the allegations & alleged coverups of Sparty jocks being predators
Reply Ferociousjane
2:00 PM on January 27, 2018 
Gotcha. There are so many issues right now it?s hard to keep them all straight.

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