I've started watching the commercials, and when I see who is advertising, I get on their web site and leave a message saying I will no longer buy their products. For those that FB, they should do the same, get people to say "No more Ford, I'll buy Honda next time around" and pass it on, and say why - till FB shuts it down to to terrorist boycotting leftist progressive companies. These are money driven companies cashing in on the drama- won't shut Ford down, but will give them unpleasant exposure.View attachment 804528
The turd kneeling is from my Minnesota Wild.
He’s not even an American. He’s a Canadian who apparently can hold his nose long enough to play in America to collect a huge check but somehow as a Canadian black athlete he is repressed.
He has said he will no longer kneel, but instead put his “black power” fist Up.
I just cancelled my sling tv and nhl network. I’m out.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m all for black hockey players but I’m there for a distraction from reality, and BLM is a Marxist communist group as interested in saving black lives as an abortion doctor.
I'm happy to watch whatever sports I enjoy, and I feel like taking a knee during the anthem is a silent and still statement regarding a cause the participants feel deeply about.
It seems vastly more safe and respectful to me than screaming in the streets throwing things at cops.
I just can't get too worked up about whether athletes sit, stand, kneel, lie down or dance the Lindy for three minutes before a game, as long as they do it in silence.
On the plus side, now that the Kraken are coming to Seattle next year, I need to watch the NHL playoffs a bit to get up to speed on hockey.
It is not an either or proposition, kneeling is better than tearing chit up. How about you don't tear chit up and you stand for the anthem like almost every fan there because it is respectful. If you hate America and/or you are protesting a supposed injustice, do it on your own time.
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Lol. They are doing it on their time.