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2017-09-26 04:56:09 PM  
Very cool,
Roberto Clemente's son, along with folks in Pittsburgh, are working with Brother's Brother to get supplies there, too.
 
2017-09-26 05:28:34 PM  
Damn fine move. Damn fine.
 
2017-09-26 06:31:43 PM  
But how did the plane cope with the Atlantic Ocean? I hear it's tough stuff, and Porto Riko is way out in the middle of it.

Weren't they askeered a wave would get them?
 
2017-09-26 06:51:10 PM  

lindalouwho: Roberto Clemente's son,


You'd think he of all people would be anxious about flying with relief supplies.
 
2017-09-26 07:17:56 PM  
What'd Trump have to do with this? Was he supposed to loan his plane to Chita Rivera? Also, Mark Cuban is a white billionaire. He's the enemy.
 
2017-09-26 07:27:02 PM  
Come on Trump. Donate Cheeto Force One to the effort.
 
2017-09-26 07:30:12 PM  

The Bestest: lindalouwho: Roberto Clemente's son,

You'd think he of all people would be anxious about flying with relief supplies.


*groan*

He inherited his father's excellent spirit.
 
2017-09-26 08:05:40 PM  
Saw a comment from someone saying that the NFL and this protesting is causing division in this country.   I then asked myself if these people know that Trump started this with his comments.  Sadly, no, no they do not.

And that's the problem
 
2017-09-26 08:18:33 PM  

devilskware: What'd Trump have to do with this? Was he supposed to loan his plane to Chita Rivera? Also, Mark Cuban is a white billionaire. He's the enemy.


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2017-09-26 08:18:34 PM  

natural316: Saw a comment from someone saying that the NFL and this protesting is causing division in this country.   I then asked myself if these people know that Trump started this with his comments.  Sadly, no, no they do not.

And that's the problem


So Trump commented on the stupid protests and how stupid they are before the stupid protests even happened?  That's amazing.
 
2017-09-26 08:18:50 PM  

lindalouwho: Very cool,
Roberto Clemente's son, along with folks in Pittsburgh, are working with Brother's Brother to get supplies there, too.


I wish I could have seen him play.
 
2017-09-26 08:24:21 PM  

wearetheworld: natural316: Saw a comment from someone saying that the NFL and this protesting is causing division in this country.   I then asked myself if these people know that Trump started this with his comments.  Sadly, no, no they do not.

And that's the problem

So Trump commented on the stupid protests and how stupid they are before the stupid protests even happened?  That's amazing.


Ok listen I'll explain this since you need it.  What I meant was his Friday night dick stroke session in alabamerr.  Those comments, it's a cause and effect thing
 
2017-09-26 08:27:32 PM  

natural316: wearetheworld: natural316: Saw a comment from someone saying that the NFL and this protesting is causing division in this country.   I then asked myself if these people know that Trump started this with his comments.  Sadly, no, no they do not.

And that's the problem

So Trump commented on the stupid protests and how stupid they are before the stupid protests even happened?  That's amazing.

Ok listen I'll explain this since you need it.  What I meant was his Friday night dick stroke session in alabamerr.  Those comments, it's a cause and effect thing


Sooo enlighten me, what did Trump say in Alabama and what was he commenting on?  The answer to that is in my previous post.  It was sarcasm, and Trump didn't start anything dummy.
 
2017-09-26 08:28:28 PM  

Mole Man: lindalouwho: Very cool,
Roberto Clemente's son, along with folks in Pittsburgh, are working with Brother's Brother to get supplies there, too.

I wish I could have seen him play.


I was 16 when he died, everyone loved him. Are you saying you wish you were old? ;-)
 
2017-09-26 08:43:10 PM  

lindalouwho: Mole Man: lindalouwho: Very cool,
Roberto Clemente's son, along with folks in Pittsburgh, are working with Brother's Brother to get supplies there, too.

I wish I could have seen him play.

I was 16 when he died, everyone loved him. Are you saying you wish you were old? ;-)


Oh I would loved to have seen Rusty Staub and Mack Jones at Jarry Park in Montreal as well having growen up on The Expos.  Sides darling I doubt your a day over 29 :)
 
2017-09-26 09:08:28 PM  
Ever since Trump actually got elected, I became convinced that the Sharknado series is now reasonable enough to be predicting the future.... we will in 8-10 years because of global warming start to get Sharknados, and eventually Mark Cuban will run for President against Rush Limbaugh and Ann Coulter..... neither will get enough votes in the electoral college, and a split Congress and House of Representatives will make Cuban president and Coulter V.P., and they will have to battle some Sharknados themselves.
 
2017-09-26 09:09:50 PM  
Mavericks owner Mark Cuban loaned the team plane to point guard J.J. Barea to transport food, water and supplies to Barea's native Puerto Rico to aid in the recovery from Hurricane Maria.
Did he also loan a pilot or did J.J have the fly the thing himself?
 
2017-09-26 09:57:03 PM  

Mole Man: lindalouwho: Mole Man: lindalouwho: Very cool,
Roberto Clemente's son, along with folks in Pittsburgh, are working with Brother's Brother to get supplies there, too.

I wish I could have seen him play.

I was 16 when he died, everyone loved him. Are you saying you wish you were old? ;-)

Oh I would loved to have seen Rusty Staub and Mack Jones at Jarry Park in Montreal as well having growen up on The Expos.  Sides darling I doubt your a day over 29 :)


Pfft I'm a little over double that, I ain't skeered of age.
If you're lucky you'll get to be old, too ;-)
 
2017-09-26 10:03:24 PM  

Mole Man: lindalouwho: Very cool,
Roberto Clemente's son, along with folks in Pittsburgh, are working with Brother's Brother to get supplies there, too.

I wish I could have seen him play.


Saw him at Forbes Field and the monstrosity that was Three Rivers.  Forbes was a place to see fresh grass, pea gravel warning track, and enough tobacco juice to float a river barge.
 
2017-09-26 10:14:32 PM  
Wait just a dadgum minute! Trump said there's this thing called the Atlantic. Does this pampered sports player even realize this?
 
2017-09-26 11:02:26 PM  

Big_Doofus: Wait just a dadgum minute! Trump said there's this thing called the Atlantic. Does this pampered sports player even realize this?


Cuban is an owner, he was never a  player..
Well, not the kind you're taking about, anyway.
 
2017-09-26 11:23:47 PM  

wearetheworld: natural316: wearetheworld: natural316: Saw a comment from someone saying that the NFL and this protesting is causing division in this country.   I then asked myself if these people know that Trump started this with his comments.  Sadly, no, no they do not.

And that's the problem

So Trump commented on the stupid protests and how stupid they are before the stupid protests even happened?  That's amazing.

Ok listen I'll explain this since you need it.  What I meant was his Friday night dick stroke session in alabamerr.  Those comments, it's a cause and effect thing

Sooo enlighten me, what did Trump say in Alabama and what was he commenting on?  The answer to that is in my previous post.  It was sarcasm, and Trump didn't start anything dummy.


Ahh, another racist being racist and trying to invalidate the point of the protest anyway that they can.

And what did Trumps say in Alabama? He demanded that the people protesting be fired or suspended, then demanded that people boycott the NFL if this doesn't happen. And he also attempted to invalidate what is being protested by lying and claiming that these guys are protesting the flag and America, when it has been clear from the start that the protest was about racial inequality and police brutality.

The funny thing is what he did, by making his comments, was to wake people up to the fact that by ignoring the protest and waiting for it to just die away because they were too afraid of making people mad, that they were playing right into the racist hands and invalidating the fact that this country has a huge problem with both racial inequality and police brutality. Watching POTUS come out on a national stage and first lie about what the protest were about then demand that the protestor be punished or else, woke those who didn't want to get involved up and forced them to show solidarity.

This may even lead to Kap getting signed.
 
2017-09-26 11:32:27 PM  
Mark Cuban is a cool dude. Period.

I'm sure he's done something to piss people off, but whatever.

That guy can do whatever, whenever he wants, and yet he's consistently awesome.
 
2017-09-27 03:01:47 AM  

Chinesenookiefactory: Mark Cuban is a cool dude. Period.

I'm sure he's done something to piss people off, but whatever.

That guy can do whatever, whenever he wants, and yet he's consistently awesome.


I love when he calls out snake oil salesmen on Shark Tank.
 
2017-09-27 11:23:31 AM  
Ahh, is this where we continue

ongbok: wearetheworld: natural316: wearetheworld: natural316: Saw a comment from someone saying that the NFL and this protesting is causing division in this country.   I then asked myself if these people know that Trump started this with his comments.  Sadly, no, no they do not.

And that's the problem

So Trump commented on the stupid protests and how stupid they are before the stupid protests even happened?  That's amazing.

Ok listen I'll explain this since you need it.  What I meant was his Friday night dick stroke session in alabamerr.  Those comments, it's a cause and effect thing

Sooo enlighten me, what did Trump say in Alabama and what was he commenting on?  The answer to that is in my previous post.  It was sarcasm, and Trump didn't start anything dummy.

Ahh, another racist being racist and trying to invalidate the point of the protest anyway that they can.

And what did Trumps say in Alabama? He demanded that the people protesting be fired or suspended, then demanded that people boycott the NFL if this doesn't happen. And he also attempted to invalidate what is being protested by lying and claiming that these guys are protesting the flag and America, when it has been clear from the start that the protest was about racial inequality and police brutality.

The funny thing is what he did, by making his comments, was to wake people up to the fact that by ignoring the protest and waiting for it to just die away because they were too afraid of making people mad, that they were playing right into the racist hands and invalidating the fact that this country has a huge problem with both racial inequality and police brutality. Watching POTUS come out on a national stage and first lie about what the protest were about then demand that the protestor be punished or else, woke those who didn't want to get involved up and forced them to show solidarity.

This may even lead to Kap getting signed.


Demanded?
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2017-09-27 12:37:20 PM  
Good for him, way to take some initiative

On a side note, Barea has always sounded like a delicious sandwich to me. I'm picturing... toasted sour dough, Capocollo, Salami, Sopressa, spicy garlic mustard aioli, sprouts, romaine lettuce.
 
2017-09-27 03:23:21 PM  

natural316: Saw a comment from someone saying that the NFL and this protesting is causing division in this country.   I then asked myself if these people know that Trump started this with his comments.  Sadly, no, no they do not.

And that's the problem


When did Black Lives Matter start?  Who was president when Kaepernick first took a knee?  Trump is making things worse, but he didn't start the racial problem or cause the divide.
 
2017-09-27 04:02:37 PM  

DRTFA: natural316: Saw a comment from someone saying that the NFL and this protesting is causing division in this country.   I then asked myself if these people know that Trump started this with his comments.  Sadly, no, no they do not.

And that's the problem

When did Black Lives Matter start?  Who was president when Kaepernick first took a knee?  Trump is making things worse, but he didn't start the racial problem or cause the divide.


I'm sorry that Obama presidentin' while black was a problem for some people.
/actually, no, I'm not sorry
 
2017-09-27 11:40:25 PM  

Mr.Poops: Good for him, way to take some initiative

On a side note, Barea has always sounded like a delicious sandwich to me. I'm picturing... toasted sour dough, Capocollo, Salami, Sopressa, spicy garlic mustard aioli, sprouts, romaine lettuce.


I may or may not have misread that as spicy garlic mustard areoli. which is doubly pathetic because that's not even the correct plural for areola.
 
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