By definition a symbol represents something. If it doesn't represent something, its not a symbol.
Brice and Evans might just make Janis expendable as far as coverage units go. Both seem to be strong tacklers and cover a lot of ground.
As I read your post, I interpret that you don't respect God, or your Country, or those that gave their lives to defend America. Your lucky to live inRadagast 08-28-2016, 08:30 PM
the symbol represents nothing,its a symbol.
all it can do is be looked at. It doesnt remind you or make you think of anything.
If you believe
At least one person gets the difference between a republic and a democracy.
Democracies are inherently unstable, always collapse into mobacracy
I don't see his stance as spoiled at all. I suppose I could see how someone might see it as a little self-indulgent, in the sense that an NFL (former)hoosier 08-28-2016, 07:42 PM
I waded through all four pages, and this post makes the most sense.
It's a free country (despite what at least one idiot in here posted
I did write: "If you are religious and actively practice in one of the faith based organizations, I suspect....." If you don't, then of coursePatler 08-28-2016, 06:54 PM
Kaepernick had a press conference today. Here is the transcript:
I have no idea what Jesus looked like or why a cross is settled on as a needed symbol.No one actually does beyond trusting someone elses
then why is Sanchez still here/in league?scharpcheddar 08-28-2016, 05:59 PM
As I recall, Peppers was sluggish in preseason last year. Maybe this is his MO.Harlan Huckleby 08-28-2016, 05:41 PM
I am not sure worse fault that was. While Peppers didn't set a hard edge, Dix went into the same gap that Martinez had. If Dix had outside contain beThunderDan 08-28-2016, 03:22 PM