NBA what a joke

RKE

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Mr. Leopold’s comment not only applies to hunting, but to all of life: Just because you are free to do something doesn’t mean it is the right thing to do.
 
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CAL'NDN

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And will keep our name and our bell tower and hangman's tree and our noose freedom of speech if offends you your weak spine offend's us even more. And we have a strong support for our men in blue and veterans......


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And will keep our name and our bell tower and hangman's tree and our noose freedom of speech if offends you your weak spine offend's us even more. And we have a strong support for our men in blue and veterans......


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Looks like a cool place! I've got some family up in Lincoln..few years back we had our family reunion out in Auburn..cool little town also..when I was a kid it was usually out in Gridly because we also have have family in Yuba City and Live Oak. Always enjoyed going to those smaller towns because it was like going back in time.
 
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CAL'NDN

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Yea Auburn is across the river and next mountain over it's a cool town but growing fast I prefer ours it hasnt grown much in 50 years. Gridly huh live oak I have caught alot of nice salmon right there.

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Yea Auburn is across the river and next mountain over it's a cool town but growing fast I prefer ours it hasnt grown much in 50 years. Gridly huh live oak I have caught alot of nice salmon right there.

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Next reunion I'm taking my fishing pole!! lol
 

CAL'NDN

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Yes it is.... November salmon just closed and steelhead hasn't opened yet but there are some birds. Good luck up there.

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Its funny cause i was watchin the lakers and the games just not the same without fans.
I noticed they just looked flat lazy out there.joke. pro sports suck without fans!
 

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Pro sports is no longer SPORTS when you bring in the political arena into it. I pray that all sports that has brought politics into the sport that the sport crashes and they loose billions of dollars. Only the severe weak brings politics into sports. I don't see pro bass fishermen kneeling, I don't see tennis, soccer, hockey or a lot of other sports doing this type of non-sense behavior. Only the over paid is making this a televised political arena.
 

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Personally, I don't care, but I get that a lot of people do. What I don't understand is how you can be pro 2nd amendment and not be pro 1st amendment? They seem to go together. Free speech means saying and expressing (taking a knee) things other people don't like. It isn't just for your "team." It drives me crazy when the left tries to prohibit people from saying "mean" things. Cancel culture, cultural appropriation, and deplatforming is all bullshit, and it is all wrong.

People should be able to fly confederate flags and swastikas - we shouldn't police people's minds or symbols. Most people want to live a good life - raise their kids and do the right thing, but the hard left and the hard right are fucking it up for the rest of us.

What Colin Kaepernick did took nuts, (even if you disagree with his beliefs) but now it all people performing for the camera. There is more of a cost for standing than kneeling which is weird.

Everything in the world is upside down.
They are free to say or do as they want. We are free to boycott or ignore them. HOWEVER, they are on the clock, at their job. If their employer says don't do that then they should only do it at the peril of their job. In other words, to simplify it for you, if you work at McDonald's and your boss says you have to be courteous to the customers and you feel because you have freedom of speech, that you want to tell every third customer "F you and the horse you rode in on", how long do you think you'd be employed there? Yes, you have freedom of speech but not freedom of consequences from that speech. Read the first amendment again. It says, "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances." It restricts the GOVERNMENT from violating our free speech right, not your employer, not your customers (aka sports fans). You can say anything you want if you're willing to suffer the consequences.
 

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