I’ve tried my hardest to stay out of all the CBA talk. It really frustrates me to no end watching billionaires argue about how hard the times are. I’m sick of the uber rich wanting to get richer, and I’m sick of listening to people complain about having a high paying dangerous job.
You know who has a dangerous job? Coal miners. So, the whole lot of you can go to hell as far as I’m concerned.
I have no sides to stand on, but I do take great offense in the NFLPA asking the college draftees not to attend the NFL draft in April. Disgusting.
How long have these kids worked for this? Some of them for probably a decade or more. Now, you’re asking them to boycott perhaps the biggest moment of their lives? That is just absolutely wrong.
It’s like asking the valedictorian to skip graduation because the kids that want a smoking section disagree with the principal. It’s absolutely ludicrous.
Millions of kids, and many adults too, dream of a moment when they may be one of the lucky few to stand up on that stage and hold up a jersey that represents a culmination of life long dedication. Asking someone to give that up because you’re having a tempter tantrum makes me lose complete faith in your true intentions.
You should be ashamed.
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