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Will Bob Costas mention this CRIME during the next game?

Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by marchboom, Dec 9, 2012.

  1. marchboom

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    Nope I'll bet money on it right now, we will not here a peep on the subject!:rofl::supergrin::rofl: Cause he'd be a racist to suggest blacks have a drug or drinking problem!:whistling:
     


  3. fortyofforty

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    It will be mentioned as a tragedy. With no mention of the banning of alcohol or cars, or the alcohol culture that surrounds professional athletes. Typical hypocrisy. Nothing surprising. Guns bad. Cars good.
     
  4. Fear Night

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    The only solution to this problem is two-fold. Ban alcohol completely, and require all drivers to wear a DOT approved motorcycle helmet at all times when operating a motor vehicle. Carry on.
     
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    You forgot about the cars! All cars must be heavily armored with, at least 1/4 inch armour and speed limit should be 20 miles/hour. That will end most of the car accidents and save a lot of lives. How come nobody thought of this before?! Did I deserve Nobel price?
     
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  6. IvanVic

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    The alcohol culture is most definitely not specific to any group of people or professions, it pretty much encompasses American culture as a whole.


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  7. juggy4711

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    It's a cultural thing but not an American one.
     
  8. fortyofforty

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    :rofl:
     
  9. JFrame

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    Just as Costas says he does not support "gun control," I'm sure he would not call for a new era of Prohibition. But to not be hypocritical, he should probably talk about government registration of anyone who drinks alcohol, appropriate testing to be allowed to drink alcohol, and "common sense" legislation like that.


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  10. robertoh

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    Watched him(as much as I could stand)on Sunday night football and didn't hear him say peep about it.But he was just his usual self absorbed,boring self.
     
  11. IvanVic

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    It's been an American culture norm for more than 200 years, and it's far more uncommon to meet someone today who doesn't drink socially.


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  12. fortyofforty

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    And a European cultural thing for what, over two-thousand years? And an African thing for how long, four-thousand years? And an Asian thing for what, four- or five-thousand years? It's a human cultural thing, not an American thing.