What’s your preference? Fake crowds or cardboard cutouts

SDS

The girl in the blue dress to the left of home plate at Dodger Stadium is HOT! Definitely gonna put her in the spank bank.

SDS

@wingo18 said in What’s your preference? Fake crowds or cardboard cutouts:

@Soda_Pop_Curtis_ said in What’s your preference? Fake crowds or cardboard cutouts:

None of it. Pathetic players who don’t stand for the anthem. Sad state of affairs.

I do agree that taking a knee presents absolutely no solutions to any “problems”, so it’s honestly pretty useless. The notion has already been well-established 3 years ago.
It’s selling out, in my opinion.

If anything, pro sports need to shy away from the BLM movement anyways. Or call it something else. BLM’s mission statement on their website is pretty clear on their vision on things that are the opposite of being Biblical.
“We disrupt the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure requirement...”
As a coach, how can I support that when I’m doing all I can to educate young men on how to be a man? Part of being a man is being a good father.

Anyways, it’s very divisive language and propaganda being fed to everyone to create division in an election year. As a teacher, if I am held to a standard to where I can’t present my political views without repercussion, it would only be a professional thing to do to uphold all professionals to that standard.
Unless your job is politics, there’s no use of politics in the work place. Keep that mess to yourself, or talk about it on your own time.

I came in here to laugh and post about Tom Hanks selling hot dogs, but then I saw this nonsense.

First, you're the one being political here from what I can see. The irony.

Second, sports has always been political. Jessie Owens winning gold in front of Hitler, Jackie breaking the color barrier, the Miracle on Ice in the middle of the Cold War. There are numerous other examples. Educate yourself. It might hurt a little throwing away these ridiculous ideas but it's worth it to live in reality.

Third, petitioning the government to redress your grievances through constitutionally protected freedom of speech and expression is quite patriotic if you ask me. Striving for a more perfect union, ya know? Not to mention that these are the very rights service members have fought and died to protect. And again with educating yourself, protest can be highly effective. Look at the 1950s-60s in the US, the 80s in South Africa, or even the protestant reformation.

Finally, I see nothing on the BLM website that discourages you from being a good father. Even the quote you've taken out of context does not do this. Here's the full quote by the way, which encourages people to care about others beyond their own family. "We disrupt the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure requirement by supporting each other as extended families and “villages” that collectively care for one another, especially our children, to the degree that mothers, parents, and children are comfortable."

SDS

@Bob_Loblaw1984 said in What’s your preference? Fake crowds or cardboard cutouts:

@wingo18 said in What’s your preference? Fake crowds or cardboard cutouts:

@Soda_Pop_Curtis_ said in What’s your preference? Fake crowds or cardboard cutouts:

None of it. Pathetic players who don’t stand for the anthem. Sad state of affairs.

I do agree that taking a knee presents absolutely no solutions to any “problems”, so it’s honestly pretty useless. The notion has already been well-established 3 years ago.
It’s selling out, in my opinion.

If anything, pro sports need to shy away from the BLM movement anyways. Or call it something else. BLM’s mission statement on their website is pretty clear on their vision on things that are the opposite of being Biblical.
“We disrupt the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure requirement...”
As a coach, how can I support that when I’m doing all I can to educate young men on how to be a man? Part of being a man is being a good father.

Anyways, it’s very divisive language and propaganda being fed to everyone to create division in an election year. As a teacher, if I am held to a standard to where I can’t present my political views without repercussion, it would only be a professional thing to do to uphold all professionals to that standard.
Unless your job is politics, there’s no use of politics in the work place. Keep that mess to yourself, or talk about it on your own time.

I came in here to laugh and post about Tom Hanks selling hot dogs, but then I saw this nonsense.

First, you're the one being political here from what I can see. The irony.

Second, sports has always been political. Jessie Owens winning gold in front of Hitler, Jackie breaking the color barrier, the Miracle on Ice in the middle of the Cold War. There are numerous other examples. Educate yourself. It might hurt a little throwing away these ridiculous ideas but it's worth it to live in reality.

Third, petitioning the government to redress your grievances through constitutionally protected freedom of speech and expression is quite patriotic if you ask me. Striving for a more perfect union, ya know? Not to mention that these are the very rights service members have fought and died to protect. And again with educating yourself, protest can be highly effective. Look at the 1950s-60s in the US, the 80s in South Africa, or even the protestant reformation.

Finally, I see nothing on the BLM website that discourages you from being a good father. Even the quote you've taken out of context does not do this. Here's the full quote by the way, which encourages people to care about others beyond their own family. "We disrupt the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure requirement by supporting each other as extended families and “villages” that collectively care for one another, especially our children, to the degree that mothers, parents, and children are comfortable."

https://youtu.be/deOFaFq0e8o

And from the Biblical point of view I was referring to, Ephesians 6:4 “And you, fathers, do not provoke your children to wrath, but bring them up in the training and admonition of the Lord.”
Although there are exceptions to every rule... Timothy was raised by his mother and grandmother... “when I call to remembrance the genuine faith that is in you, which dwelt first in your grandmother Lois and your mother Eunice, and I am persuaded is in you also.” We see no mention of him having a father, although Paul was his “father in the faith.”

SDS

@wingo18 said in What’s your preference? Fake crowds or cardboard cutouts:

@Bob_Loblaw1984 said in What’s your preference? Fake crowds or cardboard cutouts:

@wingo18 said in What’s your preference? Fake crowds or cardboard cutouts:

@Soda_Pop_Curtis_ said in What’s your preference? Fake crowds or cardboard cutouts:

None of it. Pathetic players who don’t stand for the anthem. Sad state of affairs.

I do agree that taking a knee presents absolutely no solutions to any “problems”, so it’s honestly pretty useless. The notion has already been well-established 3 years ago.
It’s selling out, in my opinion.

If anything, pro sports need to shy away from the BLM movement anyways. Or call it something else. BLM’s mission statement on their website is pretty clear on their vision on things that are the opposite of being Biblical.
“We disrupt the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure requirement...”
As a coach, how can I support that when I’m doing all I can to educate young men on how to be a man? Part of being a man is being a good father.

Anyways, it’s very divisive language and propaganda being fed to everyone to create division in an election year. As a teacher, if I am held to a standard to where I can’t present my political views without repercussion, it would only be a professional thing to do to uphold all professionals to that standard.
Unless your job is politics, there’s no use of politics in the work place. Keep that mess to yourself, or talk about it on your own time.

I came in here to laugh and post about Tom Hanks selling hot dogs, but then I saw this nonsense.

First, you're the one being political here from what I can see. The irony.

Second, sports has always been political. Jessie Owens winning gold in front of Hitler, Jackie breaking the color barrier, the Miracle on Ice in the middle of the Cold War. There are numerous other examples. Educate yourself. It might hurt a little throwing away these ridiculous ideas but it's worth it to live in reality.

Third, petitioning the government to redress your grievances through constitutionally protected freedom of speech and expression is quite patriotic if you ask me. Striving for a more perfect union, ya know? Not to mention that these are the very rights service members have fought and died to protect. And again with educating yourself, protest can be highly effective. Look at the 1950s-60s in the US, the 80s in South Africa, or even the protestant reformation.

Finally, I see nothing on the BLM website that discourages you from being a good father. Even the quote you've taken out of context does not do this. Here's the full quote by the way, which encourages people to care about others beyond their own family. "We disrupt the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure requirement by supporting each other as extended families and “villages” that collectively care for one another, especially our children, to the degree that mothers, parents, and children are comfortable."

https://youtu.be/deOFaFq0e8o

It's always wise to form an opinion from a 2 min clip on YouTube from an apparently illiterate retired athlete rather than read it yourself.

Again, here's the full quote:

"We build a space that affirms Black women and is free from sexism, misogyny, and environments in which men are centered.

We practice empathy. We engage comrades with the intent to learn about and connect with their contexts.

We make our spaces family-friendly and enable parents to fully participate with their children. We dismantle the patriarchal practice that requires mothers to work “double shifts” so that they can mother in private even as they participate in public justice work.

We disrupt the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure requirement by supporting each other as extended families and “villages” that collectively care for one another, especially our children, to the degree that mothers, parents, and children are comfortable."

SDS

@Bob_Loblaw1984 said in What’s your preference? Fake crowds or cardboard cutouts:

@wingo18 said in What’s your preference? Fake crowds or cardboard cutouts:

@Bob_Loblaw1984 said in What’s your preference? Fake crowds or cardboard cutouts:

@wingo18 said in What’s your preference? Fake crowds or cardboard cutouts:

@Soda_Pop_Curtis_ said in What’s your preference? Fake crowds or cardboard cutouts:

None of it. Pathetic players who don’t stand for the anthem. Sad state of affairs.

I do agree that taking a knee presents absolutely no solutions to any “problems”, so it’s honestly pretty useless. The notion has already been well-established 3 years ago.
It’s selling out, in my opinion.

If anything, pro sports need to shy away from the BLM movement anyways. Or call it something else. BLM’s mission statement on their website is pretty clear on their vision on things that are the opposite of being Biblical.
“We disrupt the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure requirement...”
As a coach, how can I support that when I’m doing all I can to educate young men on how to be a man? Part of being a man is being a good father.

Anyways, it’s very divisive language and propaganda being fed to everyone to create division in an election year. As a teacher, if I am held to a standard to where I can’t present my political views without repercussion, it would only be a professional thing to do to uphold all professionals to that standard.
Unless your job is politics, there’s no use of politics in the work place. Keep that mess to yourself, or talk about it on your own time.

I came in here to laugh and post about Tom Hanks selling hot dogs, but then I saw this nonsense.

First, you're the one being political here from what I can see. The irony.

Second, sports has always been political. Jessie Owens winning gold in front of Hitler, Jackie breaking the color barrier, the Miracle on Ice in the middle of the Cold War. There are numerous other examples. Educate yourself. It might hurt a little throwing away these ridiculous ideas but it's worth it to live in reality.

Third, petitioning the government to redress your grievances through constitutionally protected freedom of speech and expression is quite patriotic if you ask me. Striving for a more perfect union, ya know? Not to mention that these are the very rights service members have fought and died to protect. And again with educating yourself, protest can be highly effective. Look at the 1950s-60s in the US, the 80s in South Africa, or even the protestant reformation.

Finally, I see nothing on the BLM website that discourages you from being a good father. Even the quote you've taken out of context does not do this. Here's the full quote by the way, which encourages people to care about others beyond their own family. "We disrupt the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure requirement by supporting each other as extended families and “villages” that collectively care for one another, especially our children, to the degree that mothers, parents, and children are comfortable."

https://youtu.be/deOFaFq0e8o

It's always wise to form an opinion from a 2 min clip on YouTube from an apparently illiterate retired athlete rather than read it yourself.

Again, here's the full quote:

"We build a space that affirms Black women and is free from sexism, misogyny, and environments in which men are centered.

We practice empathy. We engage comrades with the intent to learn about and connect with their contexts.

We make our spaces family-friendly and enable parents to fully participate with their children. We dismantle the patriarchal practice that requires mothers to work “double shifts” so that they can mother in private even as they participate in public justice work.

We disrupt the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure requirement by supporting each other as extended families and “villages” that collectively care for one another, especially our children, to the degree that mothers, parents, and children are comfortable."

Keep going. There’s more.

SDS

@wingo18 said in What’s your preference? Fake crowds or cardboard cutouts:

@Bob_Loblaw1984 said in What’s your preference? Fake crowds or cardboard cutouts:

@wingo18 said in What’s your preference? Fake crowds or cardboard cutouts:

@Bob_Loblaw1984 said in What’s your preference? Fake crowds or cardboard cutouts:

@wingo18 said in What’s your preference? Fake crowds or cardboard cutouts:

@Soda_Pop_Curtis_ said in What’s your preference? Fake crowds or cardboard cutouts:

None of it. Pathetic players who don’t stand for the anthem. Sad state of affairs.

I do agree that taking a knee presents absolutely no solutions to any “problems”, so it’s honestly pretty useless. The notion has already been well-established 3 years ago.
It’s selling out, in my opinion.

If anything, pro sports need to shy away from the BLM movement anyways. Or call it something else. BLM’s mission statement on their website is pretty clear on their vision on things that are the opposite of being Biblical.
“We disrupt the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure requirement...”
As a coach, how can I support that when I’m doing all I can to educate young men on how to be a man? Part of being a man is being a good father.

Anyways, it’s very divisive language and propaganda being fed to everyone to create division in an election year. As a teacher, if I am held to a standard to where I can’t present my political views without repercussion, it would only be a professional thing to do to uphold all professionals to that standard.
Unless your job is politics, there’s no use of politics in the work place. Keep that mess to yourself, or talk about it on your own time.

I came in here to laugh and post about Tom Hanks selling hot dogs, but then I saw this nonsense.

First, you're the one being political here from what I can see. The irony.

Second, sports has always been political. Jessie Owens winning gold in front of Hitler, Jackie breaking the color barrier, the Miracle on Ice in the middle of the Cold War. There are numerous other examples. Educate yourself. It might hurt a little throwing away these ridiculous ideas but it's worth it to live in reality.

Third, petitioning the government to redress your grievances through constitutionally protected freedom of speech and expression is quite patriotic if you ask me. Striving for a more perfect union, ya know? Not to mention that these are the very rights service members have fought and died to protect. And again with educating yourself, protest can be highly effective. Look at the 1950s-60s in the US, the 80s in South Africa, or even the protestant reformation.

Finally, I see nothing on the BLM website that discourages you from being a good father. Even the quote you've taken out of context does not do this. Here's the full quote by the way, which encourages people to care about others beyond their own family. "We disrupt the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure requirement by supporting each other as extended families and “villages” that collectively care for one another, especially our children, to the degree that mothers, parents, and children are comfortable."

https://youtu.be/deOFaFq0e8o

It's always wise to form an opinion from a 2 min clip on YouTube from an apparently illiterate retired athlete rather than read it yourself.

Again, here's the full quote:

"We build a space that affirms Black women and is free from sexism, misogyny, and environments in which men are centered.

We practice empathy. We engage comrades with the intent to learn about and connect with their contexts.

We make our spaces family-friendly and enable parents to fully participate with their children. We dismantle the patriarchal practice that requires mothers to work “double shifts” so that they can mother in private even as they participate in public justice work.

We disrupt the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure requirement by supporting each other as extended families and “villages” that collectively care for one another, especially our children, to the degree that mothers, parents, and children are comfortable."

Keep going. There’s more.

This is why I'm not a social studies teacher anymore. You just can't fix stupid.

SDS

@Bob_Loblaw1984 said in What’s your preference? Fake crowds or cardboard cutouts:

@wingo18 said in What’s your preference? Fake crowds or cardboard cutouts:

@Bob_Loblaw1984 said in What’s your preference? Fake crowds or cardboard cutouts:

@wingo18 said in What’s your preference? Fake crowds or cardboard cutouts:

@Bob_Loblaw1984 said in What’s your preference? Fake crowds or cardboard cutouts:

@wingo18 said in What’s your preference? Fake crowds or cardboard cutouts:

@Soda_Pop_Curtis_ said in What’s your preference? Fake crowds or cardboard cutouts:

None of it. Pathetic players who don’t stand for the anthem. Sad state of affairs.

I do agree that taking a knee presents absolutely no solutions to any “problems”, so it’s honestly pretty useless. The notion has already been well-established 3 years ago.
It’s selling out, in my opinion.

If anything, pro sports need to shy away from the BLM movement anyways. Or call it something else. BLM’s mission statement on their website is pretty clear on their vision on things that are the opposite of being Biblical.
“We disrupt the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure requirement...”
As a coach, how can I support that when I’m doing all I can to educate young men on how to be a man? Part of being a man is being a good father.

Anyways, it’s very divisive language and propaganda being fed to everyone to create division in an election year. As a teacher, if I am held to a standard to where I can’t present my political views without repercussion, it would only be a professional thing to do to uphold all professionals to that standard.
Unless your job is politics, there’s no use of politics in the work place. Keep that mess to yourself, or talk about it on your own time.

I came in here to laugh and post about Tom Hanks selling hot dogs, but then I saw this nonsense.

First, you're the one being political here from what I can see. The irony.

Second, sports has always been political. Jessie Owens winning gold in front of Hitler, Jackie breaking the color barrier, the Miracle on Ice in the middle of the Cold War. There are numerous other examples. Educate yourself. It might hurt a little throwing away these ridiculous ideas but it's worth it to live in reality.

Third, petitioning the government to redress your grievances through constitutionally protected freedom of speech and expression is quite patriotic if you ask me. Striving for a more perfect union, ya know? Not to mention that these are the very rights service members have fought and died to protect. And again with educating yourself, protest can be highly effective. Look at the 1950s-60s in the US, the 80s in South Africa, or even the protestant reformation.

Finally, I see nothing on the BLM website that discourages you from being a good father. Even the quote you've taken out of context does not do this. Here's the full quote by the way, which encourages people to care about others beyond their own family. "We disrupt the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure requirement by supporting each other as extended families and “villages” that collectively care for one another, especially our children, to the degree that mothers, parents, and children are comfortable."

https://youtu.be/deOFaFq0e8o

It's always wise to form an opinion from a 2 min clip on YouTube from an apparently illiterate retired athlete rather than read it yourself.

Again, here's the full quote:

"We build a space that affirms Black women and is free from sexism, misogyny, and environments in which men are centered.

We practice empathy. We engage comrades with the intent to learn about and connect with their contexts.

We make our spaces family-friendly and enable parents to fully participate with their children. We dismantle the patriarchal practice that requires mothers to work “double shifts” so that they can mother in private even as they participate in public justice work.

We disrupt the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure requirement by supporting each other as extended families and “villages” that collectively care for one another, especially our children, to the degree that mothers, parents, and children are comfortable."

Keep going. There’s more.

This is why I'm not a social studies teacher anymore. You just can't fix stupid.

It’s a bit unclear. Are you calling me stupid, or the remainder of their statement? Hence why I said, “keep going. There’s more.”

SDS

@wingo18 said in What’s your preference? Fake crowds or cardboard cutouts:

@Bob_Loblaw1984 said in What’s your preference? Fake crowds or cardboard cutouts:

@wingo18 said in What’s your preference? Fake crowds or cardboard cutouts:

@Bob_Loblaw1984 said in What’s your preference? Fake crowds or cardboard cutouts:

@wingo18 said in What’s your preference? Fake crowds or cardboard cutouts:

@Bob_Loblaw1984 said in What’s your preference? Fake crowds or cardboard cutouts:

@wingo18 said in What’s your preference? Fake crowds or cardboard cutouts:

@Soda_Pop_Curtis_ said in What’s your preference? Fake crowds or cardboard cutouts:

None of it. Pathetic players who don’t stand for the anthem. Sad state of affairs.

I do agree that taking a knee presents absolutely no solutions to any “problems”, so it’s honestly pretty useless. The notion has already been well-established 3 years ago.
It’s selling out, in my opinion.

If anything, pro sports need to shy away from the BLM movement anyways. Or call it something else. BLM’s mission statement on their website is pretty clear on their vision on things that are the opposite of being Biblical.
“We disrupt the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure requirement...”
As a coach, how can I support that when I’m doing all I can to educate young men on how to be a man? Part of being a man is being a good father.

Anyways, it’s very divisive language and propaganda being fed to everyone to create division in an election year. As a teacher, if I am held to a standard to where I can’t present my political views without repercussion, it would only be a professional thing to do to uphold all professionals to that standard.
Unless your job is politics, there’s no use of politics in the work place. Keep that mess to yourself, or talk about it on your own time.

I came in here to laugh and post about Tom Hanks selling hot dogs, but then I saw this nonsense.

First, you're the one being political here from what I can see. The irony.

Second, sports has always been political. Jessie Owens winning gold in front of Hitler, Jackie breaking the color barrier, the Miracle on Ice in the middle of the Cold War. There are numerous other examples. Educate yourself. It might hurt a little throwing away these ridiculous ideas but it's worth it to live in reality.

Third, petitioning the government to redress your grievances through constitutionally protected freedom of speech and expression is quite patriotic if you ask me. Striving for a more perfect union, ya know? Not to mention that these are the very rights service members have fought and died to protect. And again with educating yourself, protest can be highly effective. Look at the 1950s-60s in the US, the 80s in South Africa, or even the protestant reformation.

Finally, I see nothing on the BLM website that discourages you from being a good father. Even the quote you've taken out of context does not do this. Here's the full quote by the way, which encourages people to care about others beyond their own family. "We disrupt the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure requirement by supporting each other as extended families and “villages” that collectively care for one another, especially our children, to the degree that mothers, parents, and children are comfortable."

https://youtu.be/deOFaFq0e8o

It's always wise to form an opinion from a 2 min clip on YouTube from an apparently illiterate retired athlete rather than read it yourself.

Again, here's the full quote:

"We build a space that affirms Black women and is free from sexism, misogyny, and environments in which men are centered.

We practice empathy. We engage comrades with the intent to learn about and connect with their contexts.

We make our spaces family-friendly and enable parents to fully participate with their children. We dismantle the patriarchal practice that requires mothers to work “double shifts” so that they can mother in private even as they participate in public justice work.

We disrupt the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure requirement by supporting each other as extended families and “villages” that collectively care for one another, especially our children, to the degree that mothers, parents, and children are comfortable."

Keep going. There’s more.

This is why I'm not a social studies teacher anymore. You just can't fix stupid.

It’s a bit unclear. Are you calling me stupid, or the remainder of their statement? Hence why I said, “keep going. There’s more.”

Neither. Your posts just remind me of stupidity in general.

SDS

I'd prefer just empty seats, honestly.

SDS

@wingo18 said in What’s your preference? Fake crowds or cardboard cutouts:

@raesONE said in What’s your preference? Fake crowds or cardboard cutouts:

They both cater to different audiences; the cutboard cutouts are for the players and the augmented crowds are for the viewers at home.

If I pay $50 for my cardboard cutout at Truist, I hope he’s behind the safety net. I’d hate for me to be taken out by a foul ball.

They would mail the ball to you if that happened.

SDS

@onnagood1 said in What’s your preference? Fake crowds or cardboard cutouts:

@wingo18 said in What’s your preference? Fake crowds or cardboard cutouts:

@raesONE said in What’s your preference? Fake crowds or cardboard cutouts:

They both cater to different audiences; the cutboard cutouts are for the players and the augmented crowds are for the viewers at home.

If I pay $50 for my cardboard cutout at Truist, I hope he’s behind the safety net. I’d hate for me to be taken out by a foul ball.

They would mail the ball to you if that happened.

Just saw Judge turn toward the right field stands after making a catch to end the inning... I’m sure it’s because he was about to toss the ball to a fan lol

So I wonder if they would mail one to you if it hits your cutout that way

SDS

@wingo18 said in What’s your preference? Fake crowds or cardboard cutouts:

@onnagood1 said in What’s your preference? Fake crowds or cardboard cutouts:

@wingo18 said in What’s your preference? Fake crowds or cardboard cutouts:

@raesONE said in What’s your preference? Fake crowds or cardboard cutouts:

They both cater to different audiences; the cutboard cutouts are for the players and the augmented crowds are for the viewers at home.

If I pay $50 for my cardboard cutout at Truist, I hope he’s behind the safety net. I’d hate for me to be taken out by a foul ball.

They would mail the ball to you if that happened.

Just saw Judge turn toward the right field stands after making a catch to end the inning... I’m sure it’s because he was about to toss the ball to a fan lol

So I wonder if they would mail one to you if it hits your cutout that way

I doubt it, but I say yes...mail the [censored] ball to the fan, especially if the ball happens to knock the cutout over.

SDS

@wingo18 said in What’s your preference? Fake crowds or cardboard cutouts:

@raesONE said in What’s your preference? Fake crowds or cardboard cutouts:

They both cater to different audiences; the cutboard cutouts are for the players and the augmented crowds are for the viewers at home.

If I pay $50 for my cardboard cutout at Truist, I hope he’s behind the safety net. I’d hate for me to be taken out by a foul ball.

Jeff McNeil’s dog has already caught more home run balls than me.

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