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I really wish Colion would run for office.

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That’s an AWESOME commercial by Daniel Defense!

(Senator Palpatine? OMG interesting comparison)

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Absolutely brilliant.

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Remember either last year, or ‘18, they banned the Nine Line add?

Another reason this patriot doesn’t watch the NFL anymore.

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That’s another reason I don’t neither!

I’m Huge on college but ***** the NFL lol

The Daniel Defense commercial was beautiful.

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@45IPAC, I can’t believe they rejected that commercial too!

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The only pro sports I will watch anymore is Soccer. I banned all the others. Well, I never really did watch Hockey… Freed up a ton of time!

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Just add to the many reasons why we no longer watch football

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“Dark Force money” :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

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Emperor want to be. NFL is supposed to be entertainment, not putting an endorsement on a political opinion. NFL just likes losing more of it’s fanbase.

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I was a soccer player from age 4 to 48 years old. Back in High School the football team hated us soccer players, same when I was in college. I’ve watched a total of maybe 3 hours of football my whole life.

I just hope the games a tie and then everyone will be happy.

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I feel like it should be like church’s and illegal to make political statements (but I know they pay taxes).

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This is not firearm related BUT talking about Super Bowl ads, during the second quarter of the Super Bowl there is going to be an ad about a dog that was cured of cancer. The machine (TomoTherapy) pictured in the ad is one of the machines made where I work.

While the one pictured in the ad is not the original (it has been upgraded) the University of Wisconsin Veterinary School is where the very first TomoTherapy machine was installed and used.

If you are interested in this kind of thing you can get more information at Accuray.com (the company work for).

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Bloomberg as Palpatine—ok—time for the Sith Lord name.
Darth Napolean?
Darth Blackguard?

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Well, since Darth Tyrannus is already taken, how about Darth Spendious?

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I go for Darth Socialistus

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Yes! That would be perfect!

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Nah…

Darth Noogie or Darth Boogerous

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The NFL was a 501©(6) tax exempt trade organization until 2015. SInce it is owned by the teams, it is likely operating at or near a loss each year since 2015 so I doubt it pays a lot in taxes. Each of the teams pays presumably taxes.

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Sic Semper Spendious!

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