Cannon Fodder? Or, Your UDFAs for 2014

Here are the six guys the 49ers signed as UDFAs after the draft.

  • Morgan Breslin, OLB, USC
  • Asante Cleveland, TE, Miami
  • Kory Faulkner, QB, Southern Illinois
  • Fou Fonoti, OT, Michigan State
  • Taylor Gabriel, WR, Abilene Christian
  • LJ McCray, S, Catawba
  • Shayne Skov, ILB, Stanford

Morgan Breslin, a highly touted pass rusher before getting injured, is in the news for hoping to cash in on his Lloyd’s of London insurance policy that states he would get a payout if an injury hindered his draft position. As a UDFA, I guess he can say his knee injury lowered his value.  Shayne Skov is another highy regarded player who was waylaid by injuries. Instead of going to the Raiders as a posible walk-on starter, he decided to come to the Niners to learn at the feet of the best guys in the business. Probably a good idea to get healthyed up and try to stick. Oft-injured Darius Fleming didn’t stick as he blew his knee out twice in a row.

LJ McCray is a small school guy who had some eye popping kick return numbers, and is a pretty solid safety to boot. He is also notable for being on NJ’s draft board as a possible late-round sleeper. Another small-school guy is QB Kory Faulkner, who Jim Harbaugh bumped into while scouting Jimmy Garapollo from Northern Illinois. The Souther Illinois QB was throwing alongside Jimmy, and Harbaugh liked him and asked for his tape. The rest is 3rd-string-QB history. I mean if you can’t beat out McLeod Bethel-Thompson . . .

Taylor Gabriel? Yikes, he’s tiny (5’8″ 165 lb) but he ran a blazing 4.28 40. He’s likely gunning for ST/KR/Gunner job, but he looks like he’d be fun to see out there at WR on occasion.

With the team loaded with talent, and the recently added 12 draftees, it’ll be tough for any of these guys to mnake the grade, but a couple should.

I’d bet on Skov and McCray.

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67 Responses to Cannon Fodder? Or, Your UDFAs for 2014

  1. Spitblood says:

    I’m betting on Skov as well. Why? Because Chris Borland was a waste of a pick. The “Cracka” sucks. I watched Skov and Borland highlights earlier and I’ll admit Borland’s better. However, he’s not a 49er starter. No chance. He might start for the Seahawks, a clearly inferior team, or the Cowboys. But the 49ers? No chance. So if he can’t make the grade here, why’d we waste a 3rd on him? Skov is the same exact guy. Skov can spot start for Bowman or Willis, and play some special teams. My evaluation of Skov is he’s a better tackler and gets into better position where as Borland is faster. It’s a wash, with Borland having a little more potential because of his speed… and that’s why I say he’s better. But Borland was a stupid pick, especially when we’ve got Nick Moody, who I personally think can and will supplant Willis or Bowman, whomever goes down for good first.

    • Spitblood says:

      I watched Moody closely in pre season last year, and he was amazing. In my opinion, he was better than Eric Reid. If Moody can duplicate last pre season this year, he’ll be our starter week 1. The only thing I’m worried about is if Moody has spent a year in the classroom and workin’ out with the guys and starts either thinking too much in pre-season games, or he gets crushed under the weight of everything. But last preseason that kid was downright impressive.

  2. unca_chuck says:

    Seeing as Bowman’s aleady down, you think Moody starts game 1? I ask because the guy has as much tape as that missing 18 minutes . . . .

  3. Spitblood says:

    Watch number 54, Nick Moody. To me, he looks a hell of a lot like Navarro Bowman.

  4. NJ49er says:

    From PFT.com –
    Young Defensive help gets inked –

    The Niners have signed linebacker Aaron Lynch and defensive tackle Kaleb Ramsey, the club said Tuesday night. Both players received four-year deals.

    San Francisco and Chicago are the only clubs to have announced draft pick agreements. The Bears have reached deals with six of their eight selections.

  5. 12th man says:

    Spitty, you filled my mouth with your presumptions and unfounded allegations. You get carried away with what you somehow know my thoughts are on a wide spectrum of social issues. You know nothing about me so shove your 2 cent analysis of my presumed biases where the sun don’t shine son.

    I spoke about an instance of an asshole speaking despicably about people but doing so in a private conversation in his own home, which he has every right and expectation to remain private.
    That is his 4th amendment right which has been upheld by the Supreme Court as a right to the expectation of privacy of your own home, now made something of a mockery with the NSA spying revelations.

    I don’t defend his sentiment but I do defend his right just as I would yours or anyone else’s. Don’t be so quick to throw away these rights with that holier than thou attitude since there but for the grace of God go I, just because you don’t see the need for these rights doesn’t mean the rest of us don’t.

    And before you make another stupid assumption I am not in the slightest bit religious.

  6. Spitblood says:

    Oh, I see now 12th… this has nothing to do with the “double standard” you recently offered as defense for Mr. Sterling’s liberties – an argument I torn apart on Chuck’s last thread. You’ve now pivoted from the backbone of your argument being a double standard to now a constitutional matter. Well… I think you might be wrong there, too. Let me check my bullshit meter……………………….. Yeap, yes, you’re wrong there too.

    The 4th amendment is about search and seizure. That doesn’t apply here. In this technological era there is no safe sanctuary from stupid… or terrible. We don’t need to go into his house to know he’s an idiot. Sterling’s done to himself all he can. We don’t need more evidence. Does Sterling have the right to say whatever he wants in his house? Sure. Go for it. But with technology, all things are fair game. And that’s justice because his comments were indefensible despite you and NoFear trying to turn this into an assault on Sterling’s civil liberties and Sterling’s Bill of Rights.

    Maybe the constitutional amendment you’re looking for is the 1st amendment? The right to free speech? Are you an Aldon Smith fan? I am. I like the kid. He parties. He likes guns. And I’m all for Aldon being young and doing what he wants, but he definitely can’t say “bomb” in an airport. So even free speech has its limitations. Can Sterling make racist comments wherever he’d like? You bet your sweet ass he can. But just like Aldon Smith, there’s gonna be consequences. But the real beautiful thing about Sterling is that he’s now in a much more “just” court…. the court of public opinion. And in that court he’s gonna fry. And all your “double standards,” and constitutional flag waving ain’t gonna save the bastard. And to be honest, it won’t save your or NoFear if you’re ever dumb enough to do something similiar… so quit hoping a good argument here will set a safe precedent for you later.

    • Spitblood says:

      And furthermore, you offer the NSA as some additional parallel to the assault on Sterling’s liberties? The NSA’s recent mistakes don’t apply here either. Long before the NSA got so out of control people could wear a wire into someone’s home and extract evidence. The 4th amendment applies to cops needing a warrant. The NSA, 4th amendment and other bs you and NoFear are throwing around is really just an attempt at muddying the water, or maybe a misguided attempt at bitching about America. There’s no defense for the man and few connections you can draw to assuage your own grief over the world changing. But hey…. if you don’t like it, you can always leave it (America that is…. I’d hate to see either of you swell gents leave on a more permanent basis).

      • 12th man says:

        Your bullshit is all over the place, incoherent pieces of shit slammed together to try to form reason. If you read what I wrote instead of imposing what you think I wrote and running off in all directions with your hysteria you would find that I wrote about his right to privacy only. No defense of the man or his words, in fact just the opposite.

        You didn’t “tear apart” what I wrote except in your head. You threw a ton of shit at the wall hoping something sticks, to use a phrase you have grown fond of “muddying the waters”.

        This one phrase you used is the nuts and bolts of why you are dead wrong. “But with technology, all things are fair game.”

  7. NoFear49er says:

    Spitblood, you give the term “useful idiots” new life. Your so-called arguments don’t come near the subject under discussion.

    As well, you’re confused about the Constitution. It doesn’t grant rights to the people, it does just the opposite, it restricts the power of government to trample the people’s God-given rights. Like life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Pay special attention to the second listed.

    My example was more to point out your selective agreement with whatever laws you like or don’t. If they apply, they apply equally to everyone.

    For a guy who’s been banned far and wide for his objectionable speech, something with which you are apparently quite proud, you close the PC door mighty quickly on a guy saying things that may give offense to others.

    It looks to me like you and a few other trained parrots are anxious to show they are able to spout the party line as loud and as often as necessary to be accepted as part of the “in crowd” you so desperately try to prove you are a part of.

    Useful idiots and fascism, look them up to see how you’re defining yourself here.

    • Spitblood says:

      Wait, wait, wait….. so the Bill of Rights was designed to take away rights? That’s it’s entire design by our forefathers? The first ten amendments we’ve been talking about (actually 1 and 4) were designed to take AWAY rights. I didn’t know that. You learn something new every day. Here stupid ole’ Spitblood was thinking the Bill of Rights was added because the constitution gave too much power to the Federal government – at least our forefather’s believed that. Stupid me. Thank you, thank you, thank you NoFear for educating me.

      And when you write, “My example was more to point out your selective agreement with whatever laws you like or don’t. If they apply, they apply equally to everyone,” all I can say is….. no they don’t. There are two sets of rules in America. One set for the rich, and another set for the poor. I don’t need to re-write how I’ve shown this to be true. Go back and read it in the last thread. There are double standards all over America. Doesn’t make it right, but it does make it true.

      • NoFear49er says:

        Not what I wrote. Read it again. You should also look up the Bill of Rights and straw man.

        Not hard to expand your education when it comes only from liberal talking points and platitudes but it’s like coaching a player who won’t be coached.

        As for your litany of bad and irrelevant examples, I remember you were for a double standard before you were against it.

        btw, I could list a number of “rich” that didn’t get the benefit of your rich set of rules.

        Is it your position that because you can find some instances of unfairness in the system, any unfairness you care to impose is justified? Or are you only interested in the rights of people that agree with your political stance of the day?

      • Spitblood says:

        Actually, NoFear, you’re correct. That’s not what you wrote. Apologies. Do you think I like to read my own writing? It was fun to write. My reading comprehension isn’t very good at midnight. However, like Chuck wrote, the constitution has nothing to do with this.

        I do believe there are huge, enormous double standards in America that totally favor the rich. So if the double standard, or higher standard, applies to Sterling and he’s shamed for life, fantastic!

  8. Nipper says:

    Fight…..fight…..fight!

  9. unca_chuck says:

    Look up Affluenza. Like Nixon, Sterling is getting choked by his own hubris. As in, the golden nuggets that fall out of his mouth deserve to be recorded for posterity for all to hear. Unfortunately. he’s still alive, and his nuggets got leaked by his ‘assistant.’

    This is an NBA league matter now. They have the right to strip him of his ownership privilege. If they get the 3/4 votes.

    • 12th man says:

      Morning Chuck.
      Ironic that his assistant leaked it. I heard him being very abusive to the help (his assistant?) which is probably what motivated this.

      However affluenza didn’t save Leona Helmsley for instance, the richest woman in America.. There are 2 different arguments going on here. One is a matter of rights and the other is a matter of perceived “fairness”. There is huge unfairness in the system no doubt about it. That doesn’t discount the rights of the people however.

      My position is that we have rights that have to be protected or they will be lost and they apply to all people nice and not. I don’t care what surveillance techniques are available I have the right to privacy and am damned if I would let an instance of some rich asshole being justly vilified as a reason not to expect that right to be enforced.

      Property extends to intellectual, which falls under search and seizure I.E. privacy. We are not talking about the first amendment at all, at least everyone but Spitty isn’t.

    • unca_chuck says:

      Of all the banks involved in the Wall Street collapse, and the billions in worker pensions lost, who went to jail? If I rob a bank, I go to jail for 20 years. As a hedge fund manager, if I steal $80 mill of bundled pension plans and lose it in the collapse, I get a raise and promotion.

      • 12th man says:

        That would be an unfair situation and yes it is and I have written about on this blog with you before and we agree on it.

  10. unca_chuck says:

    If the NSA leaked this, I’d be very concerned. His pissed-off girlfriend/mistress/assistant leaked it. In other words, it’s Sterling’s own everloving fault. Then he goes on TV to throw napalm on the situation.

  11. unca_chuck says:

    This has NOTHING to do with the Constitution. He pissed off his GF and he paid the price.

    Is the government supposed to sequester the leaked tape? Now you are talking overstepping.

    • 12th man says:

      I haven’t advocated for the government to do anything. The issue I raised is he has every right to be as obnoxious as he wants in his own home. Something Spit says we have no expectation of. I disagree.

  12. unca_chuck says:

    Speaking of the Constitution, Greg Hardy, star DE of the Carolina Pathers, who says he’s from Hogwarts, and goes by The Kraken, was arrested for beating up his girlfriend. After dragging her around the apartment, strangling her, and throwing her in to the tub, he allegedly tossed her on a bed (or a couch, in another story) full of loaded automatic weapons and shotguns and threatened to kill her if she talked.

    Since the cops did show up, you think they would have maybe mentioned the weapons as part of the charges. But then again, this is North Carolina. He was freed on $17,000 bail.

    His story of course is she attacked him, and that he’s the one who called 911 as she wouldn’t leave his apartment.

    Hmmm. A little Kappy and a little Aldon and you get this . . . Way to up the ante, Greg. Kudos.

  13. unca_chuck says:

    12th, as far as your side of this goes, what is the government supposed to do about this? The government didn’t release the tape. The government has nothing to do with the fact that he himself wanted to be taped. The government has nothing to do with the fact that Sterling pissed off his GF and is paying the price.

    Yes, you have your right to privacy. But what are your rights to privacy if you tell your GF that you want to be taped? It’s not like the government bugged his house to set him up or anything. He wanted to be taped. IOW, this isn’t Eddie DeBartolo getting caught up in an FBI sting.

    • Nipper says:

      Chuck’s dog says “woof!”

    • 12th man says:

      Im not expecting the government to do anything. In fact I would prefer the government interfere less in most areas.

      • Spitblood says:

        I think we need more government intervention especially when it comes to 12th man’s logic. We need to expand our search and seizure laws to help us all locate and detain any and all 12th man logic because let’s face it, it’s such a rare breed. Right now 12th man logic is listed on the endangered species list, and the Republicans are threatening to build a pipeline right over his homeland where most of his logical arguments (2) have been created. Imagine that … the source of 12th man logic being run-over and destroyed by an oil pipeline. Whatever will we do when all hope for logical arguments with 12th has gone extinct?

      • 12th man says:

        Good time for a smear campaign Spit?

      • Spitblood says:

        When’s it not? Around the holidays?

  14. unca_chuck says:

    Well, I don’t get it then 12th. Sterling’s GF releasing the audio has nothing to do with anything constitutionally. I don’t get why it’s part of this argument. What should have happened here?

    • 12th man says:

      The point i made is a simple one. For all the clamor to hang draw and quarter Sterling in the ever just court of public opinion is the fact that he was voicing a private opinion in private, I.E. not for public consumption and not representing his franchise. He is now “on trial” and may lose his franchise essentially for being an asshole in which case I would suggest Spit should stand in the dock along side him.

      The issue for me is which of us never says anything in private we wouldn’t want the world to judge us on? Maybe you don’t like gays or Spit doesn’t like Transvestites or maybe he does who knows but the point is who gets to decide what is acceptable to who when in private?

      I made the statement that he has every right to say whatever the hell he likes in his home and he 100% does. If this is uncceptable then I hope you, me Spit, NF et al never say something privately that others find unacceptable as the consequences seem pretty dire to me.

      • unca_chuck says:

        It’s not unacceptable to me at all. I wouldn’t want things said in my house be made for public consumption. Then again, I don’t have people taping my conversations either. But I’m totally fine with him getting villified and castigated. He can say what he wants. But he’s in the public eye as an owner of an NBA team that employs a lot of black men. The team and the league do not want to be painted as an entity that tolerates racism. Especially when you throw in the owner/slave dichotomy. Therefore they go medieval on his ass. NoFear fears for his livelihood? It is but to laugh when the team is worth upwards of $750 mill. How will he get by on that? Poor little rich guy.

        NBA team ownership is a privilege. The NBA is trying to revoke that from him because of his actions.

        No one gives a shit if you (or me) get caught saying something stupid. He wanted to be taped. And he’s paying the consequences. And, looking at what he just said in his ‘apology’ it’s fairly obvious that he doesn’t get it at all.

      • Spitblood says:

        I think I just got called an asshole and then in the same post 12th man said the consequences of private thought being made public are dire. Yes… when you’re an asshole. Ironical.

      • 12th man says:

        I didn’t call you an asshole privately Spit, it was publicly right here, see the distinction?

      • Spitblood says:

        And that’s a bona fide asshole move. I’d never stoop to such low-class name calling. I’m appalled, frankly.

      • 12th man says:

        Sterling is looking at the dementia defense based on his public apology rant against Magic Johnson. He may well have dementia in reality too. As I’ve said repeatedly, I don’t like what he said, it’s abhorrent.

        I don’t see it as a reason to force him out as an owner though, if Doc Rivers or Magic Johnson scratch him off their dinner date lists I figure they have the right to choose the company they keep. Force him to sell his franchise I don’t agree with. There have been plenty of asshole sports teams owners over the years and the NFL has a couple too.

      • Spitblood says:

        You don’t think it’s a reason to remove him? An owner of a basketball team not liking the ethnicity of the players he makes literally millions off each year? That’s too close to slavery for me. If I’m the commissioner dumping Sterling is a no-brainer.

      • 12th man says:

        Not sure how much slaves got paid but I’m fairly certain the current players are doing a little better.

        So here is an 80 ish year old insecure man screaming at his hot young girlfriend about being seen with far younger more handsome men at courtside and he drags ethnicity and ownership into his yelling at her to make a point about how small those men are as compared to his greatness. All this said privately of course.

        Does he really believe he owns people? I have no idea. He does own the team, but I do know things said in anger are rarely a true reflection of someones beliefs and feelings.

        The other problem with the racist bit is she is half black, kinda weird that he is a racist dating a woman of mixed ethnicity. I would have thought there are no end of blonde blue eyed barbies just dying to change his depends for him. Certainly he said racist things but context is a part of this too as is his advanced age and concern for his lucidity and the fact that he is in general an asshole.

        Doesn’t excuse his ranting or diminish it of course but again so many people are quick to crucify him and take away his franchise. It’s not something that would be my first option. Some kind of censure, such as his lifetime ban from his own team would seem appropriate.

    • unca_chuck says:

      Who’s Frank?

      Asshole is one thing. Racist asshole is an entirely different thing. He owns a basketball team that employs a shitload of blacks. He refers to them as his property.

      My problem with this is all the owners knew this guy was what he was. They didn’t seem to care when he kept his mouth shut. Now that it’s out in the open, they all want to crucify him.

      In other words, the rich protecting the rich.

      • 12th man says:

        Protecting the sacred cow. Thing is Mark Cuban is a savvy young guy with modern views and he is wary of the idea that Sterling should be forced out and for good reason.

        The players want to protest and they are justified. Doc Rivers isn’t looking for an apology from Sterling and he is right, what difference would it make, Sterling can’t take back his words no matter what. Force him to sell his team, nah.

        The NBA can try to use the “knowingly bringing the league into disrepute” argument to try to force him out, unless Sterling has dementia, in which case he can’t knowingly have brought the league into disrepute.

        I will be surprised if they actually force him out, he may sell just to make it go away. As for the financial aspect he isn’t going hungry either way.

      • Spitblood says:

        Cuban’s worried because Cuban realizes he gets drunk and does dumb shit from time to time. He should be worried. It’s guys like you and Cuban and NoFear who are afraid of the precedent because you want to be able to be a jackass from time to time without the fear of losing everything. There are no safeguards against losing everything if you’re stupid. Life doesn’t work that way.

      • 12th man says:

        It has nothing to do with his worry about his own behavior. It’s called a precedent Spit, and once that it has been set that an owner can be forced to sell there is no knowing on what grounds or pretext the next guy can be forced to sell. Who wants to own a team a group of other guys can force the sale of especially when the apparent “reason” has not broken any law?

        Second time today, you know nothing about me so save your rhetoric.

      • Spitblood says:

        You can be one short-sighted SOB sometimes, 12th. Why is a precedent alarming? Because then it becomes somewhat of a law and people in the wrong are subject to loose interpretation of the new precedent. We both agree here. Here’s where we disagree. The key phrase, 12th, is “people in the wrong.” Don’t get in the wrong and you won’t have a problem. I’m cool with that, you aren’t. I wonder why?

  15. unca_chuck says:

    I get that what we say in private should remain that, but the fault lies with Sterling and no one else.

    • Nipper says:

      Lets face it, he’s a dope with a big mouth well past his prime with a desire for a young woman. Dragging Magic on public TV interview into this mess proves he’s hopeless as an owner and a human being.

  16. Irish Kevin says:

    Yes the whole Sterling thing stired up a whole bunch of shit. This is the way I look at this, if you don’t want to get into trouble don’t let someone record what you say. Rich, poor whatever. With todays social media outlets there is no way to protect anyones rights. Sure you are going to take some idiot to court if they post your stupid comments online. But as they say the Horse has left the barn. the first occurance of this type of stuff that I can remember is Jimmy The Greek, he was fired, never heard from him again. Now with Social media everybody and there mother knows what you said. Do I say racist comments? occasionally in anger yes. Should I get my name plastered all over the internet?? probably not. This is where money “does” come into play. If you are rich everything you say and do is scrutinized. Is it fair? again probably not. Will Sterling be the last? that is a big fat NO. he is just the flavor of the month.

  17. NoFear49er says:

    The point has been lost. It’s not about one guy being treated unfairly or not. It’s about the slide to fascism where certain groups play the role of dictator to everyone outside that group and the super-sensitive self-appointed PC mafia going along in blind support with their ever-ready bucket of tar and bag of feathers.

    If the protected groups were to shift to white Christians the lot of you would be in dire jeopardy right now.

    It’s the lack of leadership that causes this to fester and grow. Zero is in a perfect situation to show some leadership and tamp down the firestorm but instead feeds it and feeds off it and tries to find political advantage in it.

    As 12th man asserts, the punishment for being an asshole or a racist is having folks turn away from you and not associate socially or in business. But the fact is the “offended” black players will still happily cash their checks and more will line up to take their place if they don’t. Why, because the perceived offense is not the end of the world or even as serious as the hyperbole mongers want it to be. It’s one man’s view and tainted or confused as it may be, he’s damned well entitled to it. If the NBA cared so much about it they better vet their owners a lot closer. That means all of them. Cuban tried to say that but got skeered off.

    • Spitblood says:

      In your last paragraph, NoFear, I take umbrage. Not severe umbrage, but umbrage none-the-less. First off, owning a basketball team isn’t like owning a Kenny Roger’s Roster. With NBA ownership, you’re apart of a bigger team. I’m not as familiar with the NBA as I am with the NFL, but I’m certain to some extent NBA owners do some sort of revenue sharing. When Sterling made those comments, sponsors in LA ran for the hills. That hurts all the owners. Then there’s the issue of the brand itself – the NBA. If you own a Kenny Roger’s Roster and make fried chicken half-off the day after welfare checks come out, and give away free watermelon to anyone of color, they’re gonna shut you down. But that only hurts the name Kenny Rogers’ Roster. Sterling hurt both the Clippers name and the NBA’s brand. Leaving Sterling in as the owner would bring intense resentment to the African American community. If football’s market was 90% Native American, Snyder would be changing the name of the Redskins post haste.

      So, in the this case, like with most cases, it’s not nearly as simple as what you wrote…. ” the punishment for being an asshole or a racist is having folks turn away from you and not associate socially or in business.” In this case, Sterling hurt the business of all the other owners and that can’t be tolerated or accepted.

      • NoFear49er says:

        Take any kind of umbrage you want. You’ve tried ten different ways to justify what’s happening to a guy who did nothing but spout off like an idiot. $2.5M in fines and his NBA team for doing essentially nothing that broke any law.

        IF your argument is to hold any water it has to have happened to everybody else that has done anything similar. It hasn’t and it won’t. And that includes you and your little mutt chuckles. Do you see the unprovoked insults he’s thrown at me? I’m offended beyond belief and I demand some tar and feathers in response.

        Appropriately, he must sell his blog and never own one again. Pay half his fortune of stored acorns and attend remedial written communications classes for six months.

        Yes, what’s happening to Sterling is that ridiculous.

      • Spitblood says:

        NoFear,
        Justify? I’m shooting holes in your arguments. This like this one for instance…

        You wrote; “IF your argument is to hold any water it has to have happened to everybody else that has done anything similar [Sterling]. It hasn’t and it won’t.”

        I don’t even know where to begin with you, NF. You’re almost too easy. Have you ever heard of one of my favorite all-time lunatics, Marge Schott? She was banned from “managing” the Reds due to statements in support of Adolf Hitler. Not long after she sold the team.

        CHECK MATE, BITCH!!!!

      • NoFear49er says:

        You’re delusional. I said, and you quoted, EVERYBODY. Including you and your little mutt chuckles. That means it happens every time. Punishment applied by whim is tyranny.

      • Spitblood says:

        So how many owners have been caught expressing racist remarks in the last twenty years? EVERYONE that I know of is Marge Schott and Sterling. Do you know of anyone else?

        CHECK MATE, BITCH!!!!

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  18. unca_chuck says:

    The black helicopters are circling NoFear. Only you can equate Sterling’s ridiculous comments with a slam on Obama. Like I’ve said 5 times already, Sterling is part of an exclusive club. NBA team ownership. He’s not helping the brand by saying stupid things. Within hours, the Clippers lost sponsor after sponsor. Which reflects badly onm the NBA. Get it? Do you understand that whites once owned blacks? Or is the Nevada welfare farmer your hero as well?

    You’re just like Wayne La Pierre. How do you get out of bed with all the perceived danger in the world?

    It’s a fucking mystery to me.

  19. unca_chuck says:

    Yeah, Bush didn’t use 9-11 for political gain, did he? Your hypocrisy is astronomically laughable. Obama made a couple statements, but to you that’s what, the Gettysburg Address? Get off the glue. You find something to rail about at every turn. Jump at shadows much?

    Oh, let;s hear it for the poor white Christians and the War on Christmas. And the War on Easter. And the War on the rich, You know, every everloving Fox talking point. Rupert Murdoch, Glenn Beck, and Rush Limbaugh are so far up your ass, it’s even more dark and scary in there than normal. Be original for once in your life and come up with something that doesn’t mirror Fox news.

    See, I at least know the game is rigged by both sides of the aisle, You think there’s a difference. That’s what;s so funny, Your naivete is so cute. Pathetic and infantile but cute.

  20. unca_chuck says:

    Are things better now than 2008, NoFear? You know, when the world was on the brink of economic collapse and the country was shedding 800,000 jobs a month?

    Of course not. The world is in complete disarray due to a weak leader who won’t go to war at the drop of Cheney’s hat. Right. Keep sucking at the tit of Wayne La Pierre. AKA, the Cowardly Lion.

  21. NoFear49er says:

    chuck. Quit throwing a tantrum because you can’t play with the big dogs. You run out of liberal bumper sticker logic and resort invariably to name-calling. That’s your game just like every eight-year-old school yard bully.

    Thankfully most of them grow up and abandon their childish hissy fits in favor of reasoned logic and a realization that there is more than your point of view in this world. Others, like you, can’t mature beyond their eight-year-old spoiled brat ‘everything must be my way or I’ll scream and hold my breath and call you names’ mentality. Good luck with your pitiful ‘I’m a wannabe blog bully who needs my own blog to do it’ life. That’s as good as it’s going to get. Fuck off.

  22. Spitblood says:

    I think one of the most interesting things I see in America today is the cynicism on both sides of the isle that I could honestly see one day making interesting bed fellows in a revolution. I know nobody here thinks of revolution in America, particularly not with America being the strongest country in the world, but I see a ton of unrest on both sides of the extreme – more than I ever have. On one side you have the “Nevada Ranchers,” and on the other side you have hippies who stand exactly opposite of one another but still finding a common distrust of the government and a desire for both extremes to protect their liberties. Both sides are very different, but arrive at the same conclusion. The civil war saw brother fighting brother. If there ever is a revolution in America, and I think there will be, there will be some interesting people lining up side-by-side to fight the government.

  23. unca_chuck says:

    If the have-have not paradigm keeps rolling unfettered another 15-20 years, I see revolt. If you go far enough to the left and far enough to the right, you eventually meet on the other side.

  24. unca_chuck says:

    Rollerball meets Hunger Games.

    Go stick pins in your Obama dolls, NoFear. Yeah,we are screaming down the road to fascism and socialism and we don’t even know it!!!!!!!!!. Boo!

    When Donald Trump is on your side, well, that kinda sums things up.

  25. unca_chuck says:

    Well, enough of this fun. Bout time for NoFear to unplug the hyperbole machine and wind down . . .

    Nitey night folks.

  26. unca_chuck says:

    Try to keep it on topic, NoFear. Way to kill a thread. Spout your insane conspiracy theories elsewhere. The slippery slope to fascism lies in your own head.

    New thread is up.

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