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Plot or no plot he rather endanger the lives of his students and the people of Lynchburg, VA to make Trump look good.  Unbelievable!!!

About the Good Ole Days.  Even Lynchburg's first Black female mayor agrees to leaving those losers monuments in place on public property.  She agrees with them old hags (United Daughters of the Confederacy) of leaving them up, who provided the funds to erect Confederate Momunents on public properties all over the country. I guess she also agrees with them on rewriting history books in order to erase Black folks completely out of American History.  The longer these monuments stay up, the more time and money people will spend debating about them.  They never should have been erected in the first place.

Sports Forum / It was rough on Tarik Cohen last Sunday....
« on: October 23, 2019, 06:45:11 AM »
Dude needs to be this tall to ride.


He should charge that fellow bus fare.  :lmao:

For not cooperating with Rudy Giuliani.  Also, a deal was cut with a Texas Republican Congressman to get his support in removing her.

This reminds of those fools in a frat chapter I was in in Lynchburg, VA.  Basically, remove all the checks and balances put in place by the International Headquarters (IHQ) in order to do whatever they want when it came to chapter businesses, which was in direct violations of IHQ's bylaws. Checks and balances are there to circumvent corruptions. :thefan:

Sports Forum / Atlanta's Mercedes-Benz Stadium
« on: July 16, 2019, 02:56:16 AM »
Why do some people insist on saying that 2008 tornado that hit downtown Atlanta had nothing to do with as a determining factor for replacing the Georgia Dome when there is clear proof in the feasibility study that was done to renovate with an entire new roof of the Georgia Dome versus building a new stadium???  The report doesn't have to say tornado for one to see that the cable roof of the Georgia Dome was a major item of concern.  When the cantilever columns that supported the cable roof started to sway 3 to 4 feet in each direction, it was definitely one of those 'oh sh!t' moments in the Georgia Dome.  Plain and simple, structural supported roof section are not supposed to sway 3 to 4 feet in each direction. That's way to much stress and strain on steel columns. Bolts connecting the columns to their concrete base could have easily sheared off.

Feasibility Study:

News Article:

Clear evidence that some us don't like to read reports that concerns the future development of our cities and states.  Also, the report was completed in 2010, which means they had to have started looking at this two years ago in 2008.

Newman High School in New Orleans is also the same school Odell Beckmon, Jr. attended.

I'm sure his grandfather Archie Manning made sure his grandson Arch understood the game long before he started high school.

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