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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Barves2125, May 28, 2015.
few bad apples.
kept his job tho
Nick was at Kent State when the massacre happened, the dude is clued in for sure on social issues. If he was coaching somewhere he could more openly state his mind without half of the backwater hillbilly fanbase losing their minds and growing violent, he'd probably be more like Popovich than you'd think. as it is, if you aren't coaching in the Pac-12 you have to tread oh so lightly to avoid snowflake fans shitting bricks over daring to treat black people like equals. on that note, hop in the comments of any thread with that video and it's nothing but people talking about how easy those kids supposedly have it and how if they can "rise up from the ghetto" and get a scholarship then "how bad do blacks really have it?"
To be fair the PAC 12 has had Leach and Rolovich.
And by PAC 12 I mean Washington State.
It wasn't that the Pac-12 in and of itself is enlightened, it's just the only area of P5 conferences where I think coaches could speak openly and seriously about social issues like BLM without getting serious fanbase pushback for the most part. You can't do that anywhere in the SEC or Big 12, most of the Big 10, and most of the ACC except maybe Cuse and BC but that'd require those fanbases caring enough about football in general to get angry over a coach speaking his mind.
Like, even Bama fans are gunning at Saban in some of these comments and that dude could rob convenience stores in broad daylight or kick pregnant women in the stomach and not get arrested in that state. CFB just leans conservative and religious, way more than a ton of other sports. Stuff like BLM is like poison to a lot of CFB fans.
Of course he could be doing more but in the last couple months he's been in a BLM video that the team created and led a BLM match. Yea the Bubbas in the fanbase whined but Saban doesn't seem to care.
-Unspecified vehicle codes"
-Allegedly punched a cop
-Allegedly dropped a bundle of clothing that contained a black handgun
Open and shut case Johnson
The fuck is an unspecified bike code?
Listened to this yesterday. Highly recommend.
I've recommended this in like four different threads
I saw someone in here talking about it. May have been you.
He didn't bedazzle his handlebars with streamers, big problem in LA.
Meanwhile LAPD lets a clearly intoxicated man walk away without a breathalyzer test, after he crashed into a couple cars.
Seriously listen to anything Robert Evans does. Behind the Police, Behind the Bastards, It Could Happen Here, Worst Year Ever...he's just really good. It Could Happen Here is shockingly prescient.
Just finished "it could happen here". Its insane how relevant it is atm.
Just started Behind the Police and that is NOT how I expected him to sound based on his Twitter profile picture
Must've been a fellow cop.
Second this. Evans is really good
He predicted Rittenhouse and the entire ordeal in PDX.
There he is
You love it
Apparently I looked pretty stricken after watching it and my wife asked me if I was ok. I told her that I used to be proud of where I was from and pulling back the curtain the last few months/years fucking hurts. (And yeah I know my pain as a straight white suburban man is fucking miniscule by comparison but the shame is real man)
“I got beat, stomped, kicked in my groin,” Ratliff told WBRZ, the ABC affiliate in Baton Rouge, which first published the footage in August.
Following the tussle, Bergeron was promoted to police chief, Ratliff was convicted of resisting arrest and city officials in Hammond — a college town of roughly 20,000 in southeastern Louisiana — reportedly told his lawyer complete footage of the incident did not exist.
The Tucker Carlson shit makes me fucking furious. Seriously how the fuck is he on tv? (yea yea ratings but dude is litterally insanly dangerous)
not to speak of the fucking Sheriff. hoooooly fuck.
BUT THE SOUUUUP CANS
So basically 1/5
This is disgusting
Two nights ago, a couple white guys drove in from outside the city and confronted a Black Lives Matter march at knifepoint. There were pictures all over, and one of the guys got charged with a hate crime.
As a result of of that incident, there was a march last night.
Wow. Just awful.
Los Angeles – The deputy who shot and killed 18-year-old Andres Guardado outside a car shop in Gardena was a prospective member of a violent clique inside the Compton Sheriff’s station, according to the sworn testimony of a whistleblower.
More than a dozen deputies have matching tattoos and belong to a violent clique called the Executioners at the station, according to Deputy Art Gonzalez, who filed a whistleblower complaint regarding the Executioners in June.
"Rochester police officers took Prude into custody for a mental health evaluation around 7 p.m. on March 22 for suicidal thoughts -- about eight hours before the encounter that led to his death. But his brother said he was only at the hospital for a few hours, according to the reports."
Damn. That dude should've been baker acted and kept a couple days. He was on PCP running naked in the streets spitting on cops and asking for their gun.
Pre Cogs are real bruhs