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By the way, I'm not concerned with who says I can or can not ccw.
If I'm in there you can count, at least, one returning fire.
The writer of this article is a prime example of the problem. At the end of the fourth paragraph he writes of Mr. Cathy's "opposition to gay marriage." Mr. Cathy did not say that he is opposed to anyone, he said he supports christian values and the traditional family unit. If the liberals in this land of the offended could learn to live and let live we would not have these obnoxious debates that divide friends and families.
Wow, you liberals don't know when to stop crying.
I will not vote for anyone who drives a car with dealer tags (JM). I guess it's easy spending tax dollars when your money isn't in there.
I saw Pinecrest #25 get hit in the back at least four times in dead ball situations by UP's #57. The first time was after the patriots second touchdown, he was hit so hard that his face mask went into the grass. The last time was just prior to the scuffle, am I the only person to see that he was hit so hard that his helmet was knocked off. What I noticed early on that was after kick-offs UP 57 was hitting P 25 in the back well away from the plays, which weren't really plays since the ball was kicked into the end zone which is an immediate dead ball. Also, UP 57, an average-sized player hitting the (by far) smallest player on the field blind-side. I'm not going to speculate on who should have done what, but the fact is that an unfortunate situation has come from one player's poor sportsmanship.
I've heard some "running up the score" comments. Union Pines fumbled the ball on their first five possessions giving the ball to Pinecrest on the 20-25 yard line, that's just too easy, you can't blame the players or coaches for that. And remember, I saw the first late hit after the kick-off from the second score, hardly a time to get that upset.
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