Discussion in 'Football, Baseball, and Hockey' started by mikhail1973, Jun 14, 2013.
There were definitely several black people in every sketch.
Here's a picture so that everyone can judge.
The guy in the white suit carrying the green shopping bag on the right sidewalk looks like you.
I see no grey haired bald guys like Woody...he'd be there.
The retractable roof would be cool...dropping octopi from a helicopter...
but anyway...we digress....the concept is a great idea.......kind of like Camden Yards in Baltimore's Warehouse District but better
you mean the guy scratchin his ass??? LOL
Richard Pryor- "...cuz yall dun took everythang else, mutha@#$%#! !!!"...(folks my age or older know the beginning and end of that joke)
I saw a white waiter waiting on a black couple front and center in one picture. Of course, I'm colorblind to that sort of thing so really I just saw a whole bunch of happy people dancing/holding hands.
Lower right hand corner of the first picture. There I am!!
You sure...there's no beer in front of you.
Future Detroit looks so amazing! Perfect amounts of seating, great weather, you name it.
in Canada all of the government and bank advertising is politically correct like that ... its creepy.
Deadspin with its version
Red Wings Generously Agree To Accept Huge Sums Of Money From Public
I was hoping not to know about all that. The city pretty much has no choice but to keep the team. They need better negotiators.
it wont be MY money, so.....
Down the line, this might be one of the best thing Detroit does in some time. It's easy for deadspin to ignore the investment and commitment of the Illitches to the region.
What Deadspin fails to mention is that Mike Illitch has done more for the city and people of Detroit than just about anyone.
This is a storied franchise that needs a new arena. I view this as an "investment" not an "expense" for the city of Detroit.
Yes, wealthy sports owners hold fans hostage all of the time to force them to pay for new arenas.
I'm pretty uninformed about all of this but my gut tells me that this isn't your typical owner/taxpayer/fan hostage situation.
I trust that the Illitch family has a vision for this thing and I'm confident that they will do right by the city of Detroit.
...I have no reason to believe that they won't.
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