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NFL Puts Spin On Drop In Ratings
« on: October 08, 2016, 12:04:37 PM »


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Re: NFL Puts Spin On Drop In Ratings
« Reply #1 on: October 08, 2016, 12:09:21 PM »
People are dumping professional foolball. They're sick to death of the leftist invasion of what was once considered representative of American values, then to encourage scum to insult the Pledge appears to be the proverbial straw.
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Re: NFL Puts Spin On Drop In Ratings
« Reply #2 on: October 09, 2016, 04:18:18 AM »
People are dumping professional foolball. They're sick to death of the leftist invasion of what was once considered representative of American values, then to encourage scum to insult the Pledge appears to be the proverbial straw.

What should we expect when the league pays millions of dollars to a leftist to be commissioner?
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Re: NFL Puts Spin On Drop In Ratings
« Reply #3 on: October 09, 2016, 08:20:47 AM »
What should we expect when the league pays millions of dollars to a leftist to be commissioner?
I was a big baseball fan back in the 60s, but something happened in the 70s that set the stage for a loss in managing people of low character in all sports, money and winning at all costs became more important than morals and respect, they started using the term "Sports Hero" gaggg, they placed the prima donnas and their bad behavior on pedestals, showboating became the norm.

I completely dumped professional sports in the early 70s and never looked back.
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Re: NFL Puts Spin On Drop In Ratings
« Reply #4 on: October 09, 2016, 08:57:01 AM »
I was a big baseball fan back in the 60s, but something happened in the 70s that set the stage for a loss in managing people of low character in all sports, money and winning at all costs became more important than morals and respect, they started using the term "Sports Hero" gaggg, they placed the prima donnas and their bad behavior on pedestals, showboating became the norm.

I completely dumped professional sports in the early 70s and never looked back.

I was really into baseball and played into some college ball. Growing up in the 50's I saw some of the greats like Aaron, Mays, Ted Williams, Dimaggio, the Dodgers and the list could go on. Now, I am only into the Braves. Gave up pro football and NBA a long time ago.
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