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Ki said...

MaxiPoopsie, Chicago also has one of the highest rates of cops accused of torturing citizens. Maybe there's a connection between rogue cops and why some cities and communities have higher crime rates than others.

"Chicago cop accused of raping man with gun"

Plus, I think you're just jealous of the prez . 'Cuz, even in those saggy jeans he was still rockin'-it. Ha!Ha!Ha!

now, g'night peeps/ ;)

September 21, 2014 at 9:33 p.m.
Ki said...

Libdem, respect works both ways. Adults have a duty and responsibilty to behave like adults. Too many of today's adults behave worst than children. Don't think for a moment children don't notice and pick up on that behaviour. And with so many perverts on the loose today we should demand of children to respect adults just because they are adults. Adults should demand of themselves to set good examples for children to follow.

September 21, 2014 at 8:23 p.m.
Ki said...

So that explains it, maxiePOO. All teams with exception of one are from red states

hmmmmm Red states also have the highest domestic violence rates, highest divorce rates, highest dropout rates, overall highest per capita in acts of violence across the nation, highest incarceration rates...hmmmm, you're on to something' maxi-babeee. ;)

September 21, 2014 at 7:54 p.m.
Ki said...

It's really gotten crazy.

Huffington Post/September 2013: "Two concealed weapons carriers kill one another in deadly road rage shootout" - Ionia, Michigan
September 21, 2014 at 4:21 p.m.
Ki said...

jackzun, have you watched those major league soccer games in other countries? Even their fan base is violent and out of control.

September 21, 2014 at 2:25 p.m.
Ki said...

MaxiPoopsie, I should have known you'd find some way to sneak in a barb and blame liberals, the president and anyone else you consider a lefty. No one else has tried to make this political but you.

I'm not a fan of football, however I do believe there might be cold/manipulating hands behind the scene attempting to destroy professional football in an attempt to make soccer the national popular game that's become so popular in other countries. What those hands behind the scenes won't acknowledge is soccer s far more a violent sport than football.

There's been too much talk over the years complaining about everything from high paid athletes to most everything else surrounding the sport. But I don't believe it's a left or right issue, as much as it's an investment issue to bring in another sport. Just like when a new company on the block goes after an old establish company most everyone has become accustomed to in order to get rid of the competition.

Games like soccer won't catch on big time in america unless games like football and basketball are eliminated or made unpopular.

September 21, 2014 at 1:58 p.m.
Ki said...

Mr. Lacey, people who say they were whooped as a child and turned out fine are usually screwed up in the head and don't even realise it, because they have nothing to compare rearing a child to and have learned no alternatives to discipline. They go through life believing they are normal. Then they hit some small bump in the road that sends them over the edge and straight into the arms of absolute insanity or rage.

September 21, 2014 at 1:36 p.m.
Ki said...

Goodell has already done a mea culpa, but for whatever reason that has not been enough. Seems like someone wants him out and is using this as the excuse. Although NFL players, baseball players, hockey players, basketball players, judges, lawyers, prosecutors, CEOs, doctors, cops and the everyday average joes, and even josephines, have been beating up on one another for centuries. If anyone thinks guys aren't also victims of domestic violence I have a few stories to tell to prove you wrong.

September 21, 2014 at 9:42 a.m.
Ki said...

Max-eeee, I've known doctors, attorneys and other professionals who listen to heavy metal, do you think listening that type music influence them in their daily lives and the decisions they make?

And what does listening to hop have to do with those women and their religious beliefs? Unless, you're admitting the Bible is filled with acts of domestic violence and child abuse.

That term, "have a blessed" is not necessarily used in a religious text as much as it's sometimes used in sarcasm when one person has offended another. It's also used a a way to say "kiss-my-ASSets" or "f$#k-off-buster" when a person has been pushed too far, but is not in the position or environment to actually express themselves. have a bless day has nothing to do with ones' religious views.

September 21, 2014 at 9:22 a.m.
Ki said...

Is there anything we who post here can do or say to help you two end this ongoing feud? Or do you guys rather we just butt out and MOOB? ( mind our own beeswax?) Hate to see you two going for the jugular like this. :(

I understand you're both strong mind, opinionated and stubborn as two old mules. That's not a bad trait used wisely. But still sad to witness what it has deteriorated into. :(

September 20, 2014 at 7:29 p.m.

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