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Discussion in 'Politics' started by Brook!, Jul 2, 2020.
Who's worse Daniel Snyder or woke losers?
It’s officially changing before the season, according to ESPNs Stephanie A Smith. He cites sources close the owner Snyder. “It’s happening” he said
Way overdue imo. But I think Chiefs, Braves, Warriors, etc . are safe. Those are like Native American versions of Kings and Knights. I do think some of the assinine chants and imagery (tomahawk chop, etc) will go, though, and good riddance.
Indians is weird, but you've got your Brooklyn Italians, Dallas Texans, Seminoles. I once saw a comic do a bit about, being from Brooklyn, he always thought Indians referred to, like, the guys at the gas stations and delis, why would you name a team based on people from India haha
^ Heep big pile of horseshit. . And for that matter 'Native American' is not really de rigueur either since 'America' is a tidy-whitey term (Amerigo Vespucci). .
Stop. Nothing wrong with his message
Not in favor of Redskins name or against it. I honestly have no clue. But if they decide to do, I want to understand why and I want announcement be made with the reps of Indian Americans.
My bad, I meant the Civil Rights Act.
Snakes seems fitting given the district they represent.
The Washington Wannabees sounds good.
goddamn me to hell for coming up with this on the fourth try.
Washington Cherry Trees?
I think the new name should recognize and celebrate American traditions. And what better way to do that than name it after our forefathers? We can combine forefathers with the old name (preserving the team's heritage is important), and viola, the Washington Foreskins!
Isn't that anti-semantic?