IFB DOG

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  1. 12 hours ago, mike030270 said:

    Is he still trying to get onto a team or is he a full-time 'anti-white mongoloid' now?

    Remember that time he was adopted by a white couple, moved to California where he lived a luscious, spoiled life, and was sent to one of the top 10 high schools in the ENTIRE COUNTRY?

    ("Pitman was awarded the California Distinguished School award in 2007, one of only two high schools in the county to receive the award for that year.")

     

    F whypeepoh! F the police!

     

    This guy is an ungrateful dope. How come you never see these guys standing up against ACTIVE slavery? You know, actual slavery in Africa and Asia, child trafficking, sex trafficking...

    Because they want to be victims. They want to receive reparations for things they never actually experienced. 

     

    Why doesn't he rally against black men leaving their children? You know, something he ACTUALLY endured? Albeit too young to know him then, if he hated the "white lifestyle" he grew up in, why doesn't he call out his father who abandoned him?

    Is that not a greater injustice than honoring our country's independence????? Without it, he never would have seen the end of slavery! It took a Revolutionary War, a Civil War, and a Civil Rights War (it was more than a Movement) in order for him to even have the freedoms he has today. So yeah, have some honor for the people who died to give this country its independence. 

     

    Not all blacks were slaves. Not all blacks trace their lineage to slavery in America. So why he makes this a color thing baffles the hell out of me.


  2. 2 hours ago, McNabbIsGone said:

    You guys really need to get a room . . . to the casual observer no such thing was obvious.

       And if reading between the lines is required perhaps you should just make youself clear to begin with.

          Sarcasm is often lost in this medium as well.

             I guess I'm just not as smart as youse guys are. 

    <<casual observer disagrees with you.


  3. I don't think it is necessary for them to trade up for a QB. They have an average one. Why trade away your capital when you're only going to hit on two of the three if you're LUCKY... they should sit tight and either pick the best player or trade down for even more picks. Best opportunity to hit on players in the draft isn't to have the highest pick, it is to have the most picks.


  4. 4 hours ago, boogyman said:

    Maybe he has altruistic plans for the money?  People settle all the time if it makes sense to.

    You don't think a bunch of racist messages and phone calls would force the NFL's hand? If they existed? There was no risk for the NFL to settle. His case would have generated more funds.

    Do you trust Kaepernick with your money? I wouldn't. He is a snake.


  5. If it was EVER about social issues, why settle? This man has money on money. He tried to align himself with the everyday black man from the hood, even though he had never been him and never WOULD relate to him.

    He jumped ship. Could have "righted wrongs" as he claims was the focus, and instead agreed to a secret settlement.

    We won't hear a peep from him ever again.

    As was said, best word for him is sellout. It was never, ever about social issues and anyone that believes that a scholared mixed man raised by rich white people can ever understand the thinkings, feelings, and hardships (perceived or real, self-imposed or circumstantial-- all debated between sides, debate 100% irrelevant to this point) of an inner city black man is lying. This guy has never been that guy, EVER, but used this social issue to leverage himself and dug in deep as his performance was tearing his starting job from him.

    He doesn't know the black man from the hood and he's disingenuous for pretending his "plight" is the same. 

     

    Pisses me off. And it should piss off inner city black people that this wolf in sheeps clothing used their rallying point to look out for #1.


  6. 11 hours ago, SBorBust said:

    The Boolean argument that weed is either a Schedule I narcotic or else it’s completely harmless is so counterproductive.

    This guy literally chose getting high over acquiring money that changes his family’s future for multiple generations. This has happened time and time again.

    Tell me again about how it’s harmless and not addictive...

    The pro-weed people are just as delusional as the ridiculous Jeff Sessions crowd. IMO, society will be much better off if we tell the truth.

     

    Why is it counterproductive? It is a much, much, MUCH safer option that oxycontin. It is a natural plant that literally needs no major chemical change to induce effects. 

    I have smoked weed maybe 8-10 times in my life, and not once in 10 years. Don't have a reason to do it. I'm not some stoner on here pretending like it is the holy grail. However, it is NOT some major drug that kills people. And that's how the government treats it. It's so Fing dumb.


  7. On 3/8/2019 at 8:38 AM, ckudrick said:

    I don't disagree.

    BUT, weed is still illegal, still appears on the list of banned substances, and these guys get paid a ton of money. If they can't lay off it, even with that kind of incentive, then I don't feel sorry for them.

    I do, because the alternative is narcotics and opiods. Do you not see the epidemic facing the majority of the U.S.? Opiods were literally designed to be addicted (pending: main point of the Perdue lawsuit) and were targeted towards those most vulnerable (pending: second point). NFL players would definitely be considered vulnerable because of the "gladiator" mentality and the fact that "world class" physicians are the ones prescribing it to them.

     

    The NFL is archaic and immoral. So yes I do feel bad for the players. It's easy to say "just stop", but let's see you play OL or DL in the NFL and not be in pain everyday or wanting to put a bullet through your brain. Because it (former) literally happens every day to former and current players. 

     

    Here's an idea: the NFL has the ability to remove penalties for testing positive for marijuana, regardless of the legality of it. They can simply just stop testing for it. I don't know what their liability insurance would be on it, but I can't imagine someone suing the NFL for harm due to a player competing with CBD or even THC in his system. What's the worst that's going to happen, he's going to steal some fan's snacks?


  8. Given his issues in Port Clinton, and the vicinity to his past (college in Toledo), I don't think this was a good idea for the Browns. Too many outside influences too close to his location. They couldn't control Josh Gordon, and Kareem Hunt is from the same cloth. Dude was a jerk at UT too. 

    I just think he'd be better off going far away, like Seattle or Denver. A place where bad influences will have a tougher time following. He's going to end up in trouble again. He was suspended at least once (maybe twice?) At UT too. He doesn't make good decisions. And his entire upbringing - especially his family - filled with felonies. 

     

    He's talented, but I'm tired of giving a pass to people that physically assault others (and I don't mean just the "kick"). Especially, then, those that harm women. I don't care how fast Tyreek Hill runs, that MFer should be rotting in jail for another decade after punching his girlfriend in the face and stomach. His PREGNANT girlfriend. 

     

    F him, F Kareem,  and F the NFL for pretending this stuff bothers them. 


  9. Total waste of a timeout. Play takes at least two seconds.

    At 2:42, they had a 40 second play clock. Have to hike it at 2:02. That causes the clock to stop at 2:00, 3rd down.

    By calling a timeout, the pats are still going to run on 2nd down, its going to take at least 2 seconds. So play goes down to 2mins anyway.......