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  1. I'm so looking forward to a public relations firm doing cynical idpol like "if you're so liberal, why would you deny young black men, the most marginalized group in America, the opportunity to access generational wealth?"
  2. There will always be insurance companies to insure them, but will there always be school boards willing to pay what it costs? I assume you mean high school football will be a regional sport, by the way. There will always be an NFL in some powerful form, but eventually, no, I don't think we're gonna see any Friday Night Lights stuff on the North Shore of Chicagoland or in back-of-beyond rural districts.
  3. Like I've been saying, football will drop off piecemeal in areas that aren't cradles of the game. Maine, perfect example. Insurance will also play a major part in it.
  4. The Royals can get away with powder blue over grey because of the blue hats and socks. Doesn't work quite the same way with all the black.
  5. Has anyone at this message board ever eaten stunt concessions? Report back if you have.
  6. C with little triangles pointing north and south above and below it?
  7. It took me a second for the light to go on, but it did. Where did I remember Charlotte Wilder's name from? Oh, she's friends with PFT Commenter and Dan Katz and had them on whatever show it is she does, which made Deadspin's Laura Wagner say that she is a traitor and disappointment to all women who work in sports: Which means that this whole article is nothing but an excuse for yet another chapter of America's favorite nerd fight, Deadspin v. Barstool. You may think it was the really mega-popular prom court kids who in adulthood never got over high school social dynamics. You'd be wrong: it's all the high-achieving NHS/application-padders in the next tier down who are obsessed with defining who's in and who's out and keep on doing it all their lives, and where do those kids end up? At this big long helldesk, apparently!
  8. I was thinking one of the animal friends from Donkey Kong Country, like Rambi the Rhino and Enguarde the Swordfish. But how can that make you like the logo less? I don't have any room left to think less of it than I already do.
  9. The R and the A show that she doesn't cut corners.
  10. Yeah, there's a lot to like except for the NCSC cap and the general premise of a shared Winston-Salem/Greensboro team in the majors. The Carolinas as twins is a clever way to keep the name and refashion it, and I like the underlined C and more traditional ovoid C equally. Overall, I'm glad we didn't lose Minnesota, and especially glad the Twins didn't become the Carolina MaxxHoggz or some other '90s name as ghastly as "Virginia Fury." Haha, look at the map where the stadium would be! Boww-ba-bowwmp, won't you take me to, boww-ba-bowwmp
  11. It's certainly novel to see stark black/white and what looks like condensed athletic block, but I'm a little unsure of the semiotics at play here. It feels awfully...forceful? EDIT: oh, of course, how did I miss it, Oakland Raiders for America.
  12. Design so good, it makes my calves cramp.
  13. He was only off by 100 points on the hue-saturation-value scale, lay off
  14. Matt Duchene seems to be on the Ryan O'Reilly plan of making teams worse but then compiling points on them.