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Old 09-25-2017, 02:20 PM
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Default Nfl suffers lost advertising revenue of over $200 million dollars for sunday!

Wow ,that's a shame,Bwhahahahah,
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Old 09-25-2017, 02:25 PM
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Good, I have sworn off the NFL, all I got.
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Old 09-25-2017, 02:27 PM
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Old 09-25-2017, 02:28 PM
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Malarky.

The NFL was projected to lose $200 million in ad revenue, due to declining viewership,OVER THE ENTIRE SEASON, BEFORE this weekend.
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Old 09-25-2017, 02:28 PM
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their money problems are just that - theirs. Could care less just want to see some good games.
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Good! We all have freedoms, but we are also all Americans. Right is right. No tolerance with this nonsense. All the sports franchises have been riding a really big opportunity wave, and they should realize THE FANS ALLOW THIS! Without spectators, they have nothing. Respect the flag.
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Originally Posted by rickboat View Post
Malarky.

The NFL was projected to lose $200 million in ad revenue, due to declining viewership,OVER THE ENTIRE SEASON, BEFORE this weekend.
Bingo.

The 200 million was what networks were projected to lose not the NFL

Report claims that CBS, ESPN, Fox and NBC could take a $200 million hit to their estimated $2.5 billion in NFL advertising earnings
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Originally Posted by vincentdivincenzo View Post
Wow ,that's a shame,Bwhahahahah,
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Please, learn English.
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They deserved it!
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Lol. I just watched my first NFL game in a while!

The people outraged by the kneeling business need to ask themselves what it really means to be a patriot. The faux outrage and vindictiveness directed at people looking to better America is as un-American as I can think...

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Lol. I just watched my first NFL game in a while!

The people outraged by the kneeling business need to ask themselves what it really means to be a patriot. The faux outrage and vindictiveness directed at people looking to better America is as un-American as I can think...
Oh boy.

I can't tell if you're trolling.

Nothing patriotic about what they are doing, nor are they helping to "better America". They are wearing a livestrong bracelet, putting a bumper sticker on their Prius, or posting something on social media without actually DOING anything.
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I'm done with the NFL. Football just isn't that important.
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Lol. I just watched my first NFL game in a while!

The people outraged by the kneeling business need to ask themselves what it really means to be a patriot. The faux outrage and vindictiveness directed at people looking to better America is as un-American as I can think...
Please, explain what is a "better America" in your opinion?
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Makes me super happy!! Go spend time with your kids... NFL is nothing more than opiate for the stupids.
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It's like talking to brick walls on these threads. An ounce of thought on the subject is all it takes, but people just can't see past their own narrow dogma.

This country has been atrocious to people of color. Wether you choose to LISTEN to people of color or empathize is up to you. You can reply, "I don't believe you, so shut up." But that's on you, and history will look back on this event in the light of Jim Crow, Civil rights in the 60's. etc. Where would you have stood then?

I think the people most upset about the issue are the least patriotic Americans, but just my opinion.

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Please, explain what is a "better America" in your opinion?
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It's like talking to brick walls on these threads. An ounce of thought on the subject is all it takes, but people just can't see past their own narrow dogma.

This country has been atrocious to people of color. Wether you choose to LISTEN to people of color or empathize is up to you. You can reply, "I don't believe you, so shut up." But that's on you, and history will look back on this event in the light of Jim Crow, Civil rights in the 60's. etc. Where would you have stood then?

I think the people most upset about the issue are the least patriotic Americans, but just my opinion.
I wouldn't go as far to say there the least patriotic Americans. People have there own opinion but on here if you don't conform to there way of thinking your a liberal among any other name they can come up with.
They only want to apply free speech to there way of thinking.
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Originally Posted by coastside View Post
It's like talking to brick walls on these threads. An ounce of thought on the subject is all it takes, but people just can't see past their own narrow dogma.

This country has been atrocious to people of color. Wether you choose to LISTEN to people of color or empathize is up to you. You can reply, "I don't believe you, so shut up." But that's on you, and history will look back on this event in the light of Jim Crow, Civil rights in the 60's. etc. Where would you have stood then?

I think the people most upset about the issue are the least patriotic Americans, but just my opinion.
And you're entitled to your opinion, even if it's wrong.
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Originally Posted by coastside View Post
It's like talking to brick walls on these threads. An ounce of thought on the subject is all it takes, but people just can't see past their own narrow dogma.

This country has been atrocious to people of color. Wether you choose to LISTEN to people of color or empathize is up to you. You can reply, "I don't believe you, so shut up." But that's on you, and history will look back on this event in the light of Jim Crow, Civil rights in the 60's. etc. Where would you have stood then?

I think the people most upset about the issue are the least patriotic Americans, but just my opinion.
So you're saying that because we disagree with the kneeling in 2017, our stance during the 60s would have been against civil rights?

What, exactly, are they kneeling for? Do you know? Do they know?!
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