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Discussion in 'Happy Hour' started by Extra Point, Jul 17, 2017.

  1. Shadowlight

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    I agree good riddance to Golic. I suspect most here at CF don't watch or listen to the ESPN chat radio/TV shows and even I have gotten out of the habit. The sports pause washed ESPN chat shows out of my system. But sadly Golic getting canned will have no affect on their caste ways. In fact they have added both TV guys Mike Greenberg and Max Kellerman into afternoon radio slots and they are replacing Wingo and Golic with Keyshawn Johnson, Jason Williams and Zubin Mehenti. Trey Wingo. who I thought sputtered through this year's NFL draft, is currently in limbo as his fate has yet to be decided as far as I know.

    Golic, whose son will remain on a nightly radio show, is a curious test study. He became famous while teaming up with the noxious Mike Greenberg for the morning Mike and Mike show. Greenberg , probably the worst caste offender in ESPN history, is without doubt the ESPN point man in their chat show fest up. He hosts their main morning program and now has his own key afternoon radio spot. Giving this caste sucker their front page position only reinforces what we already know. ESPN has been the most prominent caste pusher in the sports industry.

    Back to Golic.He started off as a big Brutus type compliment to the mousy Greenberg and they were like some sort of Odd Couple. Golic didn't start out as a full grade caste hound. But over time he mutated. He lost weight and transformed himself into yet another white sports talk guy who heavily promoted caste think. He became a complete annoyance and hopefully he is off the sports grid for good.
     
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    That graph right there is illustrative of the core problems in black America (and increasingly white America) - namely the single-mother epidemic.

    Blacks overwhelmingly are unmarried and no father and consequently earn less, don’t educate themselves and commit far more crimes per capita.
     
  4. Extra Point

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    I looked up the genesis of the cartoon character Yogi Bear. The name was clearly inspired by baseball player Yogi Berra, who was a catcher for the Yankees.

    Berra got the nickname Yogi from a friend when he was a teenager. They had seen a documentary on India at the movies and the friend noted that Berra looked like one of the yogis in the documentary. Hence the name Yogi.

    Berra was known for his malapropisms, some of which were quite humorous. For example he said "If the fans don't want to come, no one can stop them."
     
  5. Extra Point

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    Welcome to Soviet America. Welcome to 1984.

    According to some reports conservative journalist and commentator Millie Weaver (Millennial Millie) has just been arrested and charged with burglary.

    From what I can gather she was indicted by a secret grand jury. She was never informed of any indictment and given a chance to defend herself.

    If this is so, this is exactly what they did in the old Soviet Union. Secret tribunals would convict those deemed enemies of the state of fake crimes and they were arrested and convicted.

    Is this what happened here?
     
  6. TomIron361

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    A White guy in Portland got the crap beat out of him by antifa/blm bums and I don't like that of course. But what mystifies me most is how a young man has no idea he's about to be assaulted and meekly allows the assault to happen without at least attempting, however feebly to inflict some pain on the people who are about to assault him. Also, how they seem to be able to absorb no pain. I've even told my sons in law that if anything happens to one of my girls and he's present and he isn't beaten to a pulp or killed defending them I will be extremely unhappy with them.
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    Maybe someone else wants to show the video. Not me - I'm disgusted.
     
  7. booth

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    I don't understand this either TomIron361. Doesn't he know his best chance is to resist and maybe be able to grab a weapon and defend himself a little bit? I don' know when it started for whites just to bend over and take it up the butt. I am not saying I have never had my tail handed to me in a fight believe me I have but I could always say I fought back. The video is brutal once was enough for me.
     
  8. TomIron361

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    I back the police, but if rioters are going to be allowed to run amok in a city like Portland Ore., then why have a police dept.? Might as well let social workers do the job.
     
  9. booth

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    I agree. IF the police are getting paid to protect lives and property, then regardless of what the wimpy mayor says, then protect lives and property and deal with the consequences later.
     
  10. Extra Point

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    I was watching a music video, Blue on Black by Kenny Wayne Shepherd. In the middle of the video, apropos of nothing in the song, they show a white woman with a black male. More genocide propaganda. I'm so sick of this.
     
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    I took out a subscription to Consumer Reports even tho I don't think it's worth much anymore. They ran a full page picture of a black male and a White women with their piccaninnies. Consumer Reports! Don't tell me that photograph wasn't carefully and methodically selected. Also, all the products now - everywhere - must be illustrated by multiracial, mainly black, models.
     
  12. Extra Point

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    The anti-whites are trying to make the white female - black male coupling the norm. They want to make it seem to young white women that white - white relationships are somehow wrong.

    And they put their propaganda into everything. I was watching a documentary about Sid Caesar. One of those interviewed said Caesar's Your Show of Shows held up well today while a show like Father Knows Best was "strange." Why was it strange? Because it portrayed a nuclear white family in a positive way. The anti-whites want to make that seem strange to young whites. And why bring it up in a documentary about Sid Caesar?

    Also, Your Show of Shows doesn't hold up well today. Most of what I saw wasn't funny. Father Knows Best holds up well even today.
     
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    I totally agree with you about everything - except Sid Caesar not holding up well.

    Sid Caesar's parody of the then-popular tv show "This Is Your Life". Was that from "Your Show of Shows"? 1957, only 63 years ago. Look at the audience and the actors. It was still our country, our civilization. Compare that with the DNC going on now. Only 63 years.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?reload=9&v=gNbT9Lf9xZo
     
  14. Extra Point

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    Well, I guess tastes differ. The part where they forcibly brought him on stage was funny, the rest wasn't. Just my opinion of course.

    I also tried watching some other Sid Caesar videos and I didn't find them funny either. Like the one with the fake German double talk.

    It seems different generations find different things funny, maybe because of different life experiences. Martin and Lewis were considered to be hilarious at the time. I watched one of their movies and didn't find it remotely funny. But if I had been born in that age I might have found it funny too.
     
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    I thought the exact same thing. What the hell was wrong with that idiot? He seemed healthy but didn't know what to do. This what modern propaganda has done, wiped away even the most basic survival instincts in white people. How do you not just naturally fight or flight in that situation? He just sat there until the brutal kick at the end. He practically deserved it. I was accosted by a group of feral negroes a few times in my youth, when I couldn't dissuade them to stop by inflicting enough pain in the other direction, I ran like hell. Usain Bolt isn't going to catch you if you run scared. I see all these video's of White people getting their asses kicked and looking stunned. Fight or flight dammit!

    In that video the lead thug knocks out the wimpy honkey saying "Black Lives Matter n!gger!!" Is there a more fitting title?
     
  16. white is right

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    Not to defend this guy as he is obviously a "wally" but wasn't he carrying groceries and maybe he just froze, similar to a deer in the headlights.

    For years Duane Bobick was mocked by the national boxing media for freezing when he was ko'd by a throat punch by Ken Norton in his first round demolition of Bobick.

    Bobick knew how to fight and reacted similar to this guy who was a passive dork type.
     
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  17. werewolf

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    " Ken Norton in his first round demolition of Bobick..."


    I'm sure you've seen it but if anybody wants to see a first round demolition in a Norton fight watch him against Gerry Cooney - and Norton in reality beat that phony hype job Clay three times! That Cooney-Norton fight is one of my all time favorites! Damn but gerry Cooney could have and should have been the champ!
     
  18. werewolf

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    I had a wacky private eye pal and we watched that show in his house once and the guy laughed so hard I called him Uncle Goopy ever after! I don't find Martin and Lewis funny either, that whiny Jerry Lewis voice... I heard they were popular in France for some reason. But like u say, different backgrounds and milieus are influential on what people find funny. For instance I happen to have a very refined and sophisticated sense of humor and consequently like the 3 Stooges nyuk nyuk nyuk!
     
  19. TomIron361

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    I’m gonna do it anyway. Being as I’m just a West Virginia boy, and mostly barefoot, and don’t have much sense, a lot of folk say, maybe I shouldn’t be explaining the world. But the world don’t make even as much sense as I do, so guess I’ll stick my fork in. Sometimes I go... Read More
    I like Fred Reed mainly because he is a Marine like me. But in this article (which I like) it occurred to me that he's using a form of writing/doubletalk that Make Twain used in "A Connecticut Yankee in King Authors Court." But I forgive Fred Reed (although he should have given credit to Mark Twain). Might as well use what works. Real good article.
     
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    Mike Milbury has now been canceled, for making the most innocent remark imaginable. Milbury was one of the few alpha males left in broadcasting, but even he made the cringing apology instead of standing his ground. He's 68, maybe he was ready to get out anyway.

    Reaction to Mike Milbury’s remark way too harsh

    by John Steigerwald

    Add Mike Milbury to the list.

    He has been canceled because of a completely innocuous remark he made while working as an analyst during Thursday night’s NBC telecast of the Islanders-Capitals game.

    Play-by-play man John Forslund said this about the NHL’s bubble, which, by the way, might have played a part in some good teams playing as though they couldn’t wait to get out: “If you think about it, it’s a terrific environment with regard to — if you enjoy being with your teammates for long periods of time, it’s a perfect place.”

    Milbury added, “Not even any women here to disrupt your concentration.”

    Only someone who wakes up every morning with the fervent hope that somebody will offend them could be offended by that.

    Unfortunately, there are millions of people out there who wake up every morning with that exact hope.

    Milbury was accused of diminishing all women to a disruption or a distraction.

    The NHL, of course, fearing the wrath of the easily offended, released a statement: “The National Hockey League condemns the insensitive and insulting comment that Mike Milbury made during last night’s broadcast and we have communicated our feelings to NBC. The comment did not reflect the NHL’s values and commitment to making our game more inclusive and welcoming to all.”

    Condemn? Pretty strong word. Did that comment actually rise to the level of deserving condemnation?

    NBC Sports said in a statement: “We’re disappointed about Mike’s insensitive comment and have addressed it with him.”

    Milbury, of course, felt the need to apologize: “I sincerely apologize for making the comment. It was not my intention to disrespect anyone. I was trying to be irreverent and took it a step too far. It was a regrettable mistake that I take seriously.”

    Milbury since has said he decided to step away from the rest of the Stanley Cup playoffs coverage so as not to be a “distraction.”

    Milbury is a former NHL player, coach and general manager. That’s why he is employed by NBC as an analyst. Forslund made a comment about the atmosphere and working conditions of the bubble. Milbury knows what hockey players in their 20s and early 30s are like.

    To suggest his comment was meant to reduce all women to a disruption or a distraction as some, including The Athletic’s Katie Strang, have done is either astoundingly stupid or dishonest. Maybe both.

    Stephen A. Smith on ESPN’s “First Take,” called on the NBA to allow conjugal visits to the NBA bubble, “I would strongly advise the NBA to facilitate that happening before August 31, not after. Just one person, it would go a long way.”

    He hasn’t been fired yet. No apologies, either.

    It would have been nice if the NHL and/or NBC had responded with something like this: “We’ve been made aware that some people may have taken Mike Milbury’s comments the wrong way. We realize he meant no disrespect and was in no way diminishing women.”

    Or better yet, they could have ignored the idiotic and forced outrage and said nothing. But that would have required common sense and guts.

    There’s not lot of either going around these days.

    https://triblive.com/sports/john-steigerwald-reaction-to-mike-milburys-remark-overblown/
     
  23. Extra Point

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    Well, I feel like a jerk. Up until now I've been a fan of a punk rock band called The Misfits. I liked them musically and I liked the general theme of what I thought was in the vein of old horror movies. I like old horror movies. I don't like the modern graphic type stuff. I never really listened to the lyrics of the Misfits songs, for the most part.

    Well, recently, for the first time, I read the lyrics of some of their songs. Some pretty sick stuff. I actually sent videos of some of their songs to people now and then. I'm embarrassed and upset now that I did this.

    What a let down. Glenn Danzig, their original lead singer and songwriter, is a very gifted artist. It's too bad he uses his talents to promote sick stuff.
     
  24. TomIron361

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    From the little I can see from the videos, the kid was being attacked. Therefore, it would be self defense. But I don't care one way or another. The 17 yr. (I was 17 when I went in the Marine Corps) old guy was White and I'm on his side. The circumstances makes no difference to me anymore - it's only White is good and black is bad, end of story.
     
  25. DWF Upside

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    He’s even got a badass name to rally behind. Kid handled that like a boss, while doing everything to avoid the situation once it got out of hand. Sometimes “ a mans got to do what a mans got to do” (the Duke probably, pretty sure ive seen that above a bar’s pisser before)
     

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