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Old 02-06-2013, 05:07 PM   #331
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1. Porn sites are not part of the NFL, neither are they designed for family viewing. At least not traditional families.

2. knowing that you are a black lesbian, I understand why you have no problem with the site you are watching TV on showing naked women.

3. Knowing that you are a black lesbian, I understand why you would have no problem watching Beyonce shake her ass on stage at the SB.

4. FD is parenting his kid, thats why he is stating his distaste for the halftime content in the SB. The halftime show was not appropriate.
that's a dumb response, possibly the rudest and most ignorant I've seen here. Even taking the vegetarian discussion into account.
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Old 02-06-2013, 05:14 PM   #332
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I somehow see DRave with a similar response (particularly the 1:00 to 1:10 part) to 44ever's comments

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So are you saying that because beyonce is black that it's inappropriate that she shakes her ass? But yet Madonna dancing around last year wasn't?
No, How did you get that?
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that's a dumb response, possibly the rudest and most ignorant I've seen here. Even taking the vegetarian discussion into account.
Of course it is but telling FD to parent his kid is not rude at all... My intent was not to be rude but to demonstrate why she would not mind beyonce's half time show, but others did. See lesbians are attracted to women, in case you didn't know. I would assume a black lesbian woman would be attracted to a beautiful black woman, makes sense right?

Also being a woman, she would have no idea what its like being a father to a young daughter as some of us are. So by her telling FD to "parent his child and get out of here with that BS" was very rude IMO.

Lets not try and make this more than what its intent was. Veggies have nothing to do with this. Just dont like seeing FD's post shot down because it has some morals built into it.
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Never heard any of these same clowns complain about the Sunday Night Football intro with Faith Hill wearing a skirt so short, she may have just wore a T-shirt and panties.






Better yet.....none of you have a problem with these ladies who are present at each and every home game.





The ignorance on this subject is stupendous.
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Of course it is but telling FD to parent his kid is not rude at all... My intent was not to be rude but to demonstrate why she would not mind beyonce's half time show, but others did. See lesbians are attracted to women, in case you didn't know. I would assume a black lesbian woman would be attracted to a beautiful black woman, makes sense right?

Also being a woman, she would have no idea what its like being a father to a young daughter as some of us are. So by her telling FD to "parent his child and get out of here with that BS" was very rude IMO.

Lets not try and make this more than what its intent was. Veggies have nothing to do with this. Just dont like seeing FD's post shot down because it has some morals built into it.
No, FD is one portion of the superbowl audience, for him and his family, they didn't want to see the halftime show, that is fine. The point is, he was not the pure spectrum that the superbowl was intended for, and to think that they should only serve to his tastes is wrong. If they were having some sort of whacked out caligula style court orgy, then morals comes into it, but this was a mainstream america singer, dressed with enough clothes so as not to be ruled unviewable in primetime, singing top 10 hits and dancing reasonably non pole dance moves.

Firstdown said the SB should have chosen a more appropriate act. He's wrong, and your response, although insensitive and rude does point to the fact the SB's target audience was more than just the family friendly cadre.

The act was appropriate for the SB target audience, and an ok halftime show.
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I don't see how this is SOOOO different from Beyonce's performance









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Its gonna be a longgggggg offseason
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So, paper or plastic?
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2. knowing that you are a black lesbian, I understand why you have no problem with the site you are watching TV on showing naked women.

3. Knowing that you are a black lesbian, I understand why you would have no problem watching Beyonce shake her ass on stage at the SB.





This is entire interaction is the rudest thing I've ever seen anyone say to me on this site and I've been here since the damn site was almost uploaded.

One, if you're going to be a jackass at least get your jackassery correct, I'm bisexual. And you speculating on my personal life and who I'm attracted to specifically is beyond your realm or anyone else on this message board.

You 44ever, are an stupid, ignorant, misogynistic, disrespectful asshole and you can kindly go f yourself.

How you haven't gotten banned is beyond me. I'm all for people showering me with their hate but once you start speculating about my personal life, its over a line.
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No, FD is one portion of the superbowl audience, for him and his family, they didn't want to see the halftime show, that is fine. The point is, he was not the pure spectrum that the superbowl was intended for, and to think that they should only serve to his tastes is wrong. If they were having some sort of whacked out caligula style court orgy, then morals comes into it, but this was a mainstream america singer, dressed with enough clothes so as not to be ruled unviewable in primetime, singing top 10 hits and dancing reasonably non pole dance moves.

Firstdown said the SB should have chosen a more appropriate act. He's wrong, and your response, although insensitive and rude does point to the fact the SB's target audience was more than just the family friendly cadre.

The act was appropriate for the SB target audience, and an ok halftime show.
I'll give credit were credit is due, you are partly right. But, only because the NFL is NOT what it claims to be, it is NOT for children even though it draws them in with NFL Play 60, Youth Apparel, Punt Pass and Kick half time, PS3, XBOX Games, Trading Cards, Action Figures, ect...

The point is, the halftime show should be appropriate for all viewers and not have to be censored by anyone.

And as we all know as time goes by, standards lessen, BTW the Olympics is considering pole dancing to be considered a sport and will host competition, and just because they do does not make it right, it's still wrong.

I would hope the NFL would keep it a little more classy but it's only a matter of time...

BTW, what part of my post was insensitive and rude, the fact that I called a black woman black or a lesbian a lesbian? Im sure she has no problem being either one, the fact that you do says something about the way you see it.

She embraces who she is, No need for the slight of hand or derailment.

The halftime show was not appropriate for young viewers. Thats the point!
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2. knowing that you are a black lesbian, I understand why you have no problem with the site you are watching TV on showing naked women.

3. Knowing that you are a black lesbian, I understand why you would have no problem watching Beyonce shake her ass on stage at the SB.





This is entire interaction is the rudest thing I've ever seen anyone say to me on this site and I've been here since the damn site was almost uploaded.

One, if you're going to be a jackass at least get your jackassery correct, I'm bisexual. And you speculating on my personal life and who I'm attracted to specifically is beyond your realm or anyone else on this message board.

You 44ever, are an stupid, ignorant, misogynistic, disrespectful asshole and you can kindly go f yourself.

How you haven't gotten banned is beyond me. I'm all for people showering me with their hate but once you start speculating about my personal life, its over a line.
Thanks for the kind words. and I didn't speculate, you told me those things about yourself publicly here on the Warpath.
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4. FD is parenting his kid, thats why he is stating his distaste for the halftime content in the SB. The halftime show was not appropriate.
Parenting a kid would be what my brother's wife does whenever she sees them watching something she believes is inappropriate for her two sons and daughter (under the age of 5): turning the channel, tell them to leave the room or turning the TV off.

I believe there is a fine line between parents demanding a certain level of restriction to TV programs and parents needing to do their jobs as parents (and not the censors or FCC).

In this situation, unless someone has been living under a rock, they should know that the Superbowl could have material not suitable for children including:
- Players dropping the F-bomb
- An all out brawl
- Players getting a terrible injury
- Players getting knocked out in a harsh manner
- Suggestive TV commercials
- Suggestive halftime acts

Given that the Superbowl and the halftime show took place during primetime, when most young children are going to bed, I think it is a ridiculous to expect none of these things to happen. I would also hope that parents would have the responsibility to make sure that their children do not watch this or explain that what they are seeing is inappropriate behavior (teachable moment).
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Thanks for the kind words. and I didn't speculate, you told me those things about yourself publicly here on the Warpath.
So you're talking about morals and whatnot, yet you don't even have the decency to apologize when you've obviously offended someone?
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Thanks for the kind words. and I didn't speculate, you told me those things about yourself publicly here on the Warpath.
I never said I was a lesbian. EVER.

I never said I was attracted to Beyonce. EVER. (Though she is attractive)

You also made a stupid sweeping generalization that because I'm black, I must be attracted to black women.

Just because I'm bisexual doesn't mean I don't have morals. It also doesn't mean that I look at women like a thirsty wolf on the prowl.

Your perspective is so warped, I can't even deign to respond to you anymore.
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