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Utilit99

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  1. Who?? The American flag is "tattered, dated, divisive, and incorrect" and needs to be updated, singer Macy Gray argued this week in an op-ed written for Juneteenth. "It no longer represents ALL of us," Gray wrote. "It’s not fair to be forced to honor it. It’s time for a new flag." https://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/singer-macy-gray-argues-us-needs-a-new-flag-to-replace-tattered-dated-divisive-old-glory
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    Trump right again...

    Good point.
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    Beasley Retiring?

    So if your work said you had to do something that you don't agree with and you tell them that's not going to work for you and you will quit if they demand it. That's crying? Jeez.
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    Beasley Retiring?

    That makes no sense. Tell people who work for a living and have to deal with being forced to get an "emergency use" vaccine to keep their jobs? I don't think Beasley was whining or crying, it's just what he believes is best for himself. And if all the vaccinated players think it's a problem, then why get vaccinated in the first place if they think it doesn't work? What ever happened to "my body my choice"?
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    How far I throw my golf discs - Page Pierce

    She wouldn't let you.
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    Trump right again...

    Yep. And the liberals tuck their tails and whimper away. Who can forget their attempts to make fun of the former president when he mentioned that coyotes facilitate human smuggling for the drug cartels. “Haha, he thinks wild dogs smuggle humans,” they squealed on their cable news hits. Did they really not know what a coyote was in that context? Or were they just being purposely obtuse? I think we know the answer to that. A similar situation arose last year, when Trump suggested that California needed to focus on clearing undergrowth in forests — in order to prevent the devastating forest fires that have ravaged the state. In response, teeth were gnashed because the only acceptable explanation to the left was to blame the destruction on “climate change.” This is long overdue. When you look at the historical trends of California fires, it was clear that a lack of proper forest management and suppressing of natural burns had caused the last half-decade of carnage. Now that Trump is out of office, California can admit he was right without having to admit he was right. It’s all very convenient, but it’s also deeply cynical. How many people suffered because Democrats wanted to play politics with forest fires? Never mind that in some cases, the fires were man-made, which meant that blaming climate change was even more farcical in those instances. In the end, Trump was right and his detractors were wrong, again. But they weren’t just wrong by chance. They purposely lied at the expense of people’s lives and homes in order to avoid having to agree that a Republican president was right. The left is not made up of people who are well.
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    Beasley Retiring?

    Beasley has a right to be skeptical. No one on this earth knows what could happen from what this FDA unapproved drug will do in the big picture. We have no idea what the side affects could be in the long term. Mind you, I don't fight for either side on this on what people should do. I just think people should be respected in this case for their choice to follow or go with their own decisions and the NFL and all the fans should respect that. There are ton of doctors out there that tell people to be very cautious of getting this vaccine. And you have no facts when it comes to what could happen in the future. Why doesn't the FDA just sign off on it based on your input? I'm all for it being here, and applauded it being put out so quickly, but I do NOT blame people for being cautious at this point and I don't think they should be penalized because they don't go along with uneducated group think from a bunch of people who just buy in to what they are told to do. S And as far as Tylenol is concerned, it's been around since 1955, and we already know liver problems have occured, etc. And people should have the OPTION to use it or not. Not be forced into using it. This is not only a problem with Beasley and the NFL, this will be a problem with corporate America and how they handle it across the country with their employees. It looks like you are wearing the tinfoil hat.
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    what are the craziest sandwiches you've ever eaten?

    Even better:
  9. Racism is now a public health problem. All coming from an alien looking shltbag who ran on crime prevention and is now funding more crime. "We can no longer allow racism our residents to rob the residents of the opportunity to live and lead full, healthy and happy lives and we are working closely with the Chicago Department of Public Health and community organizations to address these inequities once and for all," Mayor Lightfoot said CDPH announced that it will be using $9.6 million in COVID-19 relief funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to create six Healthy Chicago Equity Zones covering the while city. https://www.google.com/amp/s/abc7chicago.com/amp/mayor-lori-lightfoot-racism-chicago-department-of-public-health-news/10801185/
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    Beasley Retiring?

    No one should disagree with a company forcing an experimental drug on someone? When did he cry? I missed that part.
  11. Maybe netflix can make a new show called The Whitelist. Crackfoot would love that.
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    I Want A New Drug

    One that does what it should...
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    Beasley Retiring?

    If he has limits for himself, is that a 'hissy fit"?
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    How far I throw my golf discs - Page Pierce

    I wonder if she can fly?
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    Major Cities Re- funding Police

    I agree. There is no other way to look at this crap.
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    Juneteenth, who has it off?

    This is funny as hell. A dumb white chick highlighting a angry dumb black guy. I wonder how difficult it was for him to vote.
  17. Happens every day. Dude wakes up at 7am in the morning thinking about me, runs to his computer, looks up all my posts over the past day to simply put a sad face smiley on them. Talk about obsession. When you are waking up thinking of a guy who posts on FFToday and needing to vent towards him, that's a bad sign. Dude doesn't even like the Bears moving to Arlington. somebody reacted to a post in a topic Ahmaud Arbery 7 minutes ago somebody reacted to a post in a topic Ahmaud Arbery 7 minutes ago somebody reacted to a post in a topic Ahmaud Arbery 8 minutes ago somebody reacted to a post in a topic Ahmaud Arbery 8 minutes ago somebody reacted to a post in a topic Chicago Bears submit bid to buy the Arlington International Racecourse property, opening the door to a potential Soldier Field exit 8 minutes ago somebody reacted to a post in a topic Chicago Bears submit bid to buy the Arlington International Racecourse property, opening the door to a potential Soldier Field exit 8 minutes ago somebody reacted to a post in a topic Chicago Bears submit bid to buy the Arlington International Racecourse property, opening the door to a potential Soldier Field exit 8 minutes ago somebody reacted to a post in a topic 9-0 supreme court win for good guys 8 minutes ago
  18. What do they do in chiner when they catch people stocking up on goods for free?
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    what are the craziest sandwiches you've ever eaten?

    Thanks dude. Again, no worries, I know you didn't mean anything bad.
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    Fock Chicago

    You are fighting a losing battle. You are not correct. It's people who kill people, not guns killing people. Crime is what should be addressed, but liberals want to defund the police. And in democrat cities where all these murders are happening, is because of the democrats running those cities.
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    what are the craziest sandwiches you've ever eaten?

    I get it. Most guys here ask about can size, you went straight to cuck sucking for some weird reason. It's fine.
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    what are the craziest sandwiches you've ever eaten?

    I don't care at all. Just wondering why you are asking about my moms sex life. I never asked her about it. And you keep asking. Once is fine, but 3 times? Meh. And I don't expect you to know, but my dad just passed in the past month and honestly, I miss my times with my parents. Selling the house and the whole deal is a lot of memories. No worries dude.
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