“He has no understanding of why they take a knee or why they’re protesting. Two of the three of the games I coached in are still alive and kicking because of major sponsors still involved, One lasted only three years. July games, depending upon where, were unbearably hot for practices and the game itself. Whether real or implied, whether true or misleading, any attempt by a biased media to promote the game of football in one form or another is going to favor the game's risks rather than its rewards. [email protected] *********** The TV ratings for baseball’s All-Star Game continue to drop. Once a mid-summer classic, it’s now something of a joke - “What the hell, as long as we have everyone here for the Home Run Derby, whaddaya say we play a ball game?
When the new season starts, I hope his priorities are not criticizing the NFL and telling owners what to do and what not to do.” With those comments, Mr. Trump will find time in his schedule to comment, if needed, on the behavior of NFL players. By the time August rolled around most of the luster of the previous season had already worn off, and some of the best players weren't playing if their college told them not to play. Papa John is feeling the brunt of our "new" social justice norms. ” Part of the problem is the changing nature of the game itself, more like a home run derby with real pitching. Consistent with today’s all-or-nothing lottery baseball, there were 10 home runs, and only one of the 14 total runs did not come as a result of a homer.
That when football goes down, America goes down with it.
Actually, I happen to agree with him to an extent; there’s no question that America (and American kids) are getting softer.
First of all, he’s from Millville, New Jersey, a small city in South Jersey where I spent a bit of time during summers while I was in college; second, his dad’s a high school football coach and guys I know from that area said he - and Mike - are very good people; third, he’s been very generous toward his old high school; fourth, he’s a long-time Eagles’ fan; fifth, he’s the best player in baseball right now and on target to be one of the best ever; sixth, he’s a good team man; and seventh, he always has time for kids who want autographs. Well, according to Commissioner Rob Manfred, he’s not “marketable” enough: “Mike is a great, great player, and a really nice person, but he’s made certain decisions with what he wants to do and what he doesn’t want to do, and how he wants to spend his free time and how he doesn’t want to spend his free time. If he wants to engage and be more active in that area, I think we could help him make his brand really, really big, but he has to make a decision that he’s prepared to engage in that area. He also seems to think that Giant’s fans all side with protesting players, saying that President Trump has “no understanding” of why NFL players kneel during the anthem. All three were fun to coach, and I enjoyed meeting all of the players and making new coaching friends. ); or were playing summer baseball or basketball or volleyball or wrestling (you get the picture); or were signed to play in college and either didn't want to risk an injury, OR the college wouldn't let them play for fear of risking injury. Marketing the game was not done very well either by the sponsors, or the media, or both. Either right at the start of June, or in July, or early August. We need one or two drivers who have a license to drive a tractor trailer and are able to help load and unload the trailer.
A malapropism walks into a bar, looking for all intensive purposes like a wolf in cheap clothing, muttering epitaphs and casting dispersions on his magnificent other, who takes him for granite. A mixed metaphor walks into a bar, seeing the handwriting on the wall, but hoping to nip it in the bud. A misplaced modifier walks into a bar owned by a man with a glass eye named Ralph. A simile walks into a bar, as parched as the desert.Published continually since 1998, "NEWS YOU CAN USE" was a Blog before "Blog" was even a word!Its intention has been to help inform the football coach and the interested football observer on a wide variety of toovoking.Ginsburg, played by one Felicity Jones, comes back with, “Nor does the word, ‘freedom.’” Whoa. But it’s shocking, and consistent with Hollywood’s contempt for the truth and for its audience that in their attempt to demonstrate her fearlessness in the face of the white, male Establishment, the scriptwriters would take such liberty with the facts.And one indisputable fact is, the word “freedom” is right there, in the First Amendment: Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.God forbid any of us quote another person verbatim if they used an "offensive" term. If more people truly listened to what Shelby Steele and Mark Levin have to say about our human condition we would have less division, and more unity. Suggestion: award a team TWO runs whenever a guy hits a triple - or steals home.