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Sports Forum / Re: Is the NIL ruining college sports?
« on: Yesterday at 05:14:32 PM »
the sky is not falling
Black just finally getting a piece of the pie.
 :shrug: :shrug: :shrug:

Sports Forum / Re: Association expansion rumors
« on: Yesterday at 05:12:05 PM »
LeBron James could become face of Vegas ownership group
It may seem like a wild idea on the surface, but LeBron James could become the majority owner just as Michael Jordan did with the Charlotte Bobcats back in 2010.

At least that’s the theory Bill Simmons dives into in his latest podcast.

Sports Forum / Association expansion rumors
« on: Yesterday at 05:00:44 PM »
RUMOR: The NBA is expected to announce two new expansion teams, in Seattle and Las Vegas, after their media rights deal expires in 2024.

(via @johncanzanobft)
Replying to @LegionHoops and @johncanzanobft

Sports Forum / Re: Nick Saban accuses Jackson State
« on: May 19, 2022, 11:44:29 PM »
Jimbo Fisher playing North Korea
threatening to drop the bomb on Nick...

Sports Forum / CI's economic impact on B'more...
« on: May 19, 2022, 11:40:01 PM »

During its five-day run in Baltimore, the 2022 CIAA Basketball Tournament welcomed 36,390 (over 66,000 in total) unique attendees over 22 basketball games and had a direct spending impact of $13.9 million. The CIAA Tournament generated a total economic impact of $19.6 million, which supported 1,159 part-time and full-time jobs and generated $1.9 million in state and local taxes. This financial success was made possible by the State of Maryland, Baltimore City and the Local Organizing Committee.

money troubles?
safer to jsut start a "GoFundMe".

and you are really looking for an intelligent coherent answer.   ::) ::) ::)


The iconic dance-hall painting seen in the credits of the 1970s sitcom Good Times sold at a Christie’s auction in New York City Thursday for a record-breaking $15.2 million.

As noted by The Los Angeles Times, Ernie Barnes’ adored 1976 acrylic-on-canvas piece known as The Sugar Shack appeared in the fifth and sixth seasons of the classic 1970s sitcom. Marvin Gaye also used the painting as the cover art for his classic hit album, “I Want You.

BUFFALO, N.Y., May 15 (Reuters) - A white teenager who fatally shot 10 people in a racist attack at a New York grocery store in a Black neighborhood had been taken into custody and given a mental health evaluation a year ago, but was released after roughly a day, authorities said on Sunday.

The suspect, Payton Gendron, 18, surrendered to police on Saturday at the Buffalo, New York, grocery store after what authorities called an act of "racially motivated violent extremism." He apparently publicized a racist manifesto on the internet.

Madison Carter @madisonlcarter

Pearly Young, 77, was killed today in #Buffalo shopping for groceries.

For 25 years she ran a pantry where every Saturday she fed people in Central Park. Every. Saturday.
She loved singing, dancing, & being with family.

She was mother, grandma, & missionary. Gone too soon 🕊

looks like?
what more do you need?
white dude in military armor walks into a store in a Black neighborhood on Saturday afternoon
has a manifesto of - lets get rid of them b/f they replace us!!!

BTW: of course he was taken alive!

of course
or they would not be trying so hard.

from what I am reading today
Putin may be leaving before she does.

GO Shaw!!!
also peep at VUU.
Thinking out of the box is easier if you are not part of a state system
that require clear folk approval (IMHO).

Reminisce of...

I thought of that too
Isn't it interesting though that no matter how many minorities they kill; the Lord will provide and replace -they are still sacred of being replaced.

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