|11/26/2016 - 4:59pm||You suck. You're terrible.||
You suck. You're terrible.
|11/26/2016 - 4:55pm||You suck and you suck||
You suck and you suck
|10/04/2016 - 10:02am||Constructive Criticism:||
Step 1) Delete this post
Step 2) Read this one: http://mgoblog.com/mgoboard/grading-curve-wilton-speight
|09/28/2016 - 2:59pm||That's my point. Players||
That's my point. Players should be allowed to pray. Players should be allowed to not pray, stand or kneel, place their hand over their heart or raise their fist. It doesn't matter. It's a personal choice that doesn't effect anyone else's freedom. I disagree with your assertion that this is a selfish or divisve act. It's only divisive if you think that a team must operate by one set of values and all share the same opinion.
|09/28/2016 - 11:09am||So if 70 players want to pray||
So if 70 players want to pray after games, but 15 don't, should Harbaugh make them pray for team unity? Just because they are a team, does not mean they cannot have different opinions or the right to express those opinions. I also have difficulty understanding how this act is selfish: 1) the players are using the platform they have to call attention to an issue that is much larger than themselves, which is the inverse of selfish, and 2) their act in no way inhibits the freedom of others.