If saying the actual n-word then it is pejorative but when using the term n-word it is not offensive.
The term n-word is another way of saying the n-word without saying the n-word.
So why is the n-word and the term n-word are both not considered offensive because it is saying the same n-word using different words.
Why not use the term “14th letter word” instead of term n-word for the n-word so the letter n is no longer in the term n-word.
This is my comment, and I’m sticking to it.
Hope things work out for the team and Memphis.
Its a major league team which the city waited for decades to be in the big leagues. After all those years in past with minor leagues and "upstart" leagues of different sports that came and went as well as a temporary NFL season.
Its up to the fans, if Memphis will continue to keep it for the another ten years and beyond.
sounds like a calgon moment..."take me away"
et tu germantown
It will take more than a coach to keep a team in town. It will take loyal continuous support of buying season tickets and filling up the seats every game and every season.
Memphis is a "fair weather" fan town. If their teams win, they are in, if not, they let the team rot. A team must win first before getting full support in Memphis.
Memphis fans are very "frugal" with their sports dollars. The current extreme education and economic divide in Memphis doesnt help the situation that foster on going continuous fan support. Grizzlies can only sell 50 percent of their season tickets and "give way" seats on game day for 5 dollars.
It will take more than "grit and grind".
Even those in the escapism and the kayfabe verisimilitude of the comic book genre world of “wrestling” must face the realities and priorities of life. What good is it to gain the whole world and lose one’s soul.
Some like to talk to themselves or to their imaginary friends.
Others like to read their own posts after they posted.
Is NSA finally uncovering the disfunctional citizens we always heard about.
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