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The means “conversation” now means, “Shut up and listen and then do what I tell you.”

If the Atlanta Braves baseball do change their name, they should become the Atlanta Cowards.

 
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  1. OK. How about the Atlanta Stupid Black Lesbians?

    • LOL: Meretricious, Hrw-500
    • Replies: @Truth
    @Jim Don Bob

    They don't hit for a high-enough average.

    , @The Anti-Gnostic
    @Jim Don Bob

    The Atlanta Steatopygians.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    , @Hrw-500
    @Jim Don Bob

    We could also call them Atlanta Pea Soup. that term was once used by English-Canadians toward French-Canadians back when most of French-Canadians buyed lots of pea soup because there was more poorer than English-Canadians from what I read on this link althought there was other reasons. https://modsquadhockey.com/forums/topic/20420-the-rocket/?do=findComment&comment=355947

  2. • Replies: @New Dealer
    @JohnnyWalker123

    I didn't know there is a newspaper targeted at 6-10 year olds. It's called Los Angeles Times? What happened to the Weekly Reader?

    , @Corvinus
    @JohnnyWalker123

    You can thank the GOP for this trend on the business sisde with trickle down economics and Trumpian tax breaks for elites like himself. Add in the crushing of unions and that’s what happens. You’d think Mr, Sailer would NOTICE these factors. He’s too b

    Replies: @Pop Warner

  3. May I propose “Atlanta Confederates”? Out with the Tomahawk chop, in with the rebel yell!

    • Agree: Enemy of Earth
    • LOL: Old Prude
  4. Atlanta Redskins, Atlanta Indians?

  5. I stopped watching prosportsball long ago.

    Don’t miss it

  6. How about the Atlanta Slaves?

    At least it rhymes with braves.

    • LOL: usNthem
  7. It would kind of go with the rest of white America in the Southeast.

    When are they going to stand up? ‘I know you can do it, father. I know there is good in you…’

  8. I’ve always said that the Cleveland Indians should have bribed the India embassy for permission and crudely slapped a turban on Chief Wahoo.

  9. When the hell did is become the business of a foreign lesbian of color serving as White House Press Secretary to comment on pro sports teams?

    This is what White House press conferences used to be like:

  10. “If the Atlanta Braves baseball do change their name, they should become the Atlanta Cowards.”

    I disagree. They should change their name to the Atlanta Indians.

    It’s not like Cleveland is using it.

    • Replies: @ForeverCARealist
    @mmack

    Do these liberals ever get embarassed about using the same stupid phrases and words over and over?
    I think my 13 year old has a broader command of English than these "conversation" holders.

    The bball team could become the Atlanta People of Color Who Love to Hunt and Fight with Bravery.

    Replies: @mmack

  11. So…this seems to be a really good way to lob a huge softball to Brian Kemp and Herschel Walker right before the election so that they can defend their World Series champion Braves against the far left? Am I missing something here?

    • Replies: @Hapalong Cassidy
    @Jack P

    Brian Kemp should win regardless, unless there is major cheating - which the Republicans in the state have to their credit passed voting legislation to prevent. Herschel Walker though I’m not so sure about. I’m still scratching my head to figure out why Trump and other Pubs endorsed him. The ads aren’t doing any favors either.
    Republican ad: “Raphael Warnock spends too much!”
    Democrat ad: “Hershel Walker threatened to kill his ex-wife.”

    Replies: @Jack P

  12. *term (you have means twice)

    delete comment.

  13. The Atlanta Woke Cucks

  14. – Stuck in a never ending proxy war with a nuclear armed power.
    -Double digit inflation and a bear market making every American significantly poorer.
    -American average lifespan now below China’s.

    I would have guessed that the Biden Administration had enough on its plate without worrying about the name of a baseball team. But what do I know?

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
    @NJ Transit Commuter

    'I would have guessed that the Biden Administration had enough on its plate without worrying about the name of a baseball team. But what do I know?'

    You've got it backwards. The point is to find 'issues' to distract us from the substantial harm they're doing to this country. Witness the the Ukraine War. Why do you think they engineered that?

    Fighting over the name of a baseball team is exactly where they want to go. Meantime, the border will stay open, etc.

  15. Well I guess if the injuns and redskins kowtowed, the braves and chiefs will too. We’ll probably have to add the cowboys and 49ers as they were no doubt mean to some injuns back in the day. Since cowboys rode broncos, chargers and colts to be mean some other injuns, they’ll have to go as well. There are a bunch more I’m sure, but that’s all I can think of without looking them up…. I’m sure the brilliant negress can tell us all about them.

  16. Jean-Pierre should have said…This matter should be resolved by the team, its fans, and native Americans; the President has nothing to do with this. It’s like asking me what is the President’s position on whether Johnny Pesky held the ball or not.

    • Agree: Meretricious
    • Replies: @AndrewR
    @SafeNow

    Big Brother cannot allow any issue to be outside of his perview.

  17. The Minnesota “Vikings” always stuck in my craw. It’s a pretty vicious caricature of the Scandinavian immigrants who contributed so much to American culture, like… well… you know, all kinds of stuff.

  18. The Braves are the oldest continuous team in major league sports, dating from 1870. The name, used since 1912, comes from Tammany Hall, of all places. Co-founder Ivers Whitney Ayers was a distant cousin of Packers co-founder George Whitney Calhoun and Mets founder Joan Whitney Payson.

    Her boss’s home Delaware’s state bird is the blue hen, a term which could almost describe Karine Jean-Pierre herself:

    Like the blue hen, she is not native to the US. As a child, she was inspired to go into political life after observing a speech given by Barbara Jordan. Needless to say, Rep Jordan’s common-sense approach to immigration is nowhere to be seen in this administration.

    She is the “partner” of Suzanne Malveaux, who is not to be confused with her annoying cousin Julianne of USA Today.

    • Thanks: Ron Mexico
  19. At work we have clients that are actual Morongo tribe indians who live on the reservation collecting enormous checks from casino profits. They bitterly cling to their Washington Redskins and Cleveland Indians sports attire because they consider it a badge of honor.

    In fact at one of the depositions, there was testimony by one that, yes, sometimes the indians start shooting at Riverside County sheriff’s deputies when they come onto the reservation. That stupid press secretary has no clue what she’s talking about.

  20. A few suggestions for the chocolate city:

    1. Atlanta ‘Affirmative Action Barrys’
    2. Atlanta Wakandans
    3. Atlanta Coons (for raccoon fans)

  21. They should change the names of the Braves because the Braves were a bunch of losers . Call them something that resonates with winning like the Cavalry or the Infantry. Likewise the Blackhawks should also change their name . What a bunch of losers the Blackhawks were . How about the Chicago Mob or the Chicago Machine! I want to root for winners goddamnit not not savage losers

  22. Even 8 years ago, in the middle of the Øb☭ma Administration, I never wished for the capital of my own country to get nuked. That’s no longer the case.

    Maybe I should look at this another way. It’s not the capital of my country. It’s the capital of the Potomac Regime, to which many of us don’t belong.

    • Agree: usNthem, Jim Christian
    • LOL: Meretricious
    • Troll: Corvinus
    • Replies: @Whereismyhandle
    @Achmed E. Newman

    London, Brussels, Berlin, DC, NYC?

    Dont tease me, Vladimir!

  23. @Achmed E. Newman
    Even 8 years ago, in the middle of the Øb☭ma Administration, I never wished for the capital of my own country to get nuked. That's no longer the case.

    Maybe I should look at this another way. It's not the capital of my country. It's the capital of the Potomac Regime, to which many of us don't belong.

    Replies: @Whereismyhandle

    London, Brussels, Berlin, DC, NYC?

    Dont tease me, Vladimir!

  24. @NJ Transit Commuter
    - Stuck in a never ending proxy war with a nuclear armed power.
    -Double digit inflation and a bear market making every American significantly poorer.
    -American average lifespan now below China’s.

    I would have guessed that the Biden Administration had enough on its plate without worrying about the name of a baseball team. But what do I know?

    Replies: @Colin Wright

    ‘I would have guessed that the Biden Administration had enough on its plate without worrying about the name of a baseball team. But what do I know?’

    You’ve got it backwards. The point is to find ‘issues’ to distract us from the substantial harm they’re doing to this country. Witness the the Ukraine War. Why do you think they engineered that?

    Fighting over the name of a baseball team is exactly where they want to go. Meantime, the border will stay open, etc.

    • Agree: Macumazahn
  25. OT: vibrant teens at the amusement park in my hometown make the case for point 10e of Derbyshire’s talk.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Chris Renner

    The pink tie doesn't lend gravity to the situation.

  26. How about the Atlanta Voyeurs, in honor of William Mendoza, famous Obama official and proud Oglala Sioux member. Mendoza’s been pretty aggressive about banishing these feather Indian mascots, though not nearly as aggressive as he is with a government issued iPhone.

  27. Atlanta Apologizers?

    Atlanta Grovellers?

    Atlanta Burned-Citiers and That’s a Good Thingers?

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @The Germ Theory of Disease


    Atlanta Burned-Citiers
     
    They tried that.


    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/e/e5/Atlantaflamesgoalhug.jpg


    They're in Calgary now.



    https://the1jasontaylor.files.wordpress.com/2013/04/80s-cgy-lw-jim-peplinski.jpg
  28. @Chris Renner
    OT: vibrant teens at the amusement park in my hometown make the case for point 10e of Derbyshire's talk.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    The pink tie doesn’t lend gravity to the situation.

  29. @The Germ Theory of Disease
    Atlanta Apologizers?

    Atlanta Grovellers?

    Atlanta Burned-Citiers and That's a Good Thingers?

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    Atlanta Burned-Citiers

    They tried that.

    They’re in Calgary now.

  30. @JohnnyWalker123
    https://twitter.com/USTechWorkers/status/1574516400450076672

    Replies: @New Dealer, @Corvinus

    I didn’t know there is a newspaper targeted at 6-10 year olds. It’s called Los Angeles Times? What happened to the Weekly Reader?

    • LOL: Redneck farmer
  31. Anonymous[954] • Disclaimer says:

    I love that the only reason Shirley Temple Black was hired, and the only reason she hasn’t been fired is thanks to the mentality of affirmative action. The poor, overburdened midget is clearly in over her head.

    Every single day we get to see her nervously stammer and make a fool out of herself, while taking Biden with her.

    It’s fun seeing insane liberals hoisted by their own cheap weave.

  32. The Atlanta Rednecks. ofc. that would make them mad too.

    Atlanta Hillbillies

  33. The Atlanta in-over-their-heads-so-bad-it’s-not-even-funny-anymore-affirmative-action-hires.

  34. Karine Jean-Pierre: “It’s important to have this conversation” about changing the name of the Atlanta Braves

    Absolutely:

    Atlanta Golliwogs (golliwogs being a traditional symbol of good luck).

    or

    Atlanta Soft Angora Sweater-Wearing Debutantes (because that’s where all this is headed anyway).

  35. Let’s see, what are good words for ‘Braves’? Well, there are plenty, such as Paladins, Warriors, Marauders and so on, but they can seem a little old fashioned. So what’s the most admired type of warrior nowadays? I think I’ve got it: The Atlanta Special Forces.

  36. How bout the fightin’ haitians

  37. Atlanta Carpetbaggers

  38. The Atlanta Wokes

    • Replies: @Trinity
    @Daniel Dravot

    There was an 80s lightweight contender named Chris Calvin who was from Nashville, he was nicknamed the "Southern Rebel" and entered the ring with a Confederate flag robe draped over his soldiers. Fighting in Yankee land or Vegas he was often booed until they saw the White boy could fight and could punch. He knocked down undefeated Brett Summers 7 times before they stopped the fight. He was being groomed for a title shot against Jimmy Paul. Took a tune up against a lesser talent out of the Kronk gym, a Black fighter whose name escapes me, Calvin scored a brutal knockout and the fighter died a few days later. Calvin was never the same again.

    I guess they are cowards in DC and Cleveland as well??? Anyhow, probably 70% of the people who live in Atlanta are not even from Georgia, and at least 50-60 % in the metro area are not from the South.

    Northern Georgia had a lot of Cherokees, even a Cherokee county. Atlanta Cherokees.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

  39. @JohnnyWalker123
    https://twitter.com/USTechWorkers/status/1574516400450076672

    Replies: @New Dealer, @Corvinus

    You can thank the GOP for this trend on the business sisde with trickle down economics and Trumpian tax breaks for elites like himself. Add in the crushing of unions and that’s what happens. You’d think Mr, Sailer would NOTICE these factors. He’s too b

    • Replies: @Pop Warner
    @Corvinus

    So you're against mass immigration, then? After all, it's the dastardly Republicans that are against it while the noble democrats are on the side of the worker. Glad we could finally agree on something, Corv!

    Replies: @Corvinus

  40. This is such an easy thing. The New team should be called-

    TEAM ON LAND OF THE MUSCOGEE (CREEK) PEOPLES

  41. Over the weekend, I, without looking for overt anti-White propaganda, came across the following:

    1. Looking up an article in a 2019 New Yorker, I came across another article in the issue-a review of Quentin Tarantino’s “Once Upon a Time . . . in Hollywood”, in which the bad guys are the Manson Family. The review’s title was:

    “Quentin Tarantino’s Obscenely Regressive Vision of the Sixties.” In it, the reviewer snarks:

    ”Tarantino delivers a ridiculously white movie, complete with a nasty dose of white resentment.”

    Not just White. “Ridiculously” White.

    2. September, 2022 is the 60th anniversary of the cartoon TV show The Jetsons (fun fact, in the show, George Jetson was said to have been born in 2022). Slate has a current article about the evident atrocity that is The Jetsons, entitled “The Jetsons, Now 60 Years Old, Is Iconic. That’s a Problem.”

    What would be the problem?

    “The Jetsons was a rather tame, pedestrian sitcom about a family that reinforced traditional gender and family roles, knew little of the social issues of the time (it was, for example, unbearably white), and effectively glorified the consumerist, suburban lifestyle.”

    Not just White. “Unbearably” White.

    3. I saw a TV commercial trumpeting a line of trendy sneakers rolled out for “hispanic heritage month” The shoes have “The Future is Latina” , in Spanish, printed on the side.

    4. Also on Sunday, PBS was showing a recent BBC adaptation of Jules Verne’s Around the World in 80 Days. The protagonist, Phileas Fogg, a White man in the book and here, has been turned into a weak, snivelling cuck. His assistant Passepartout (Who was White in the book) is now a supernegro who is superior to Fogg (Hell, he’s now superior to James Bond.) The White detective in the book who was Fogg’s adversary has been turned into an attractive female journalist who now tags along with Fogg and Passepartout–she smugly lectures Cucked Fogg on gender stuff and is falling into a romantic relationship with the supernegro.

    5. Last but not least, I was looking at a cocktail website and came across a 2017 review of a vintage 1960s cocktail book, written by Johnny Carson sidekick Ed McMahon.

    Who was more genial and less offensive than Ed McMahon? Well, this millennial reviewer, while acknowledging that, while the book “reflects a sorry past”, in his words, also opines that it is also a very good book in many ways. What’s wrong with it?

    “As much as I love this book I must acknowledge its major flaw. It was written in 1969 and only speaks to (White) men. Ed writes as if he’s in a bar full of guys and he’s talking to a bartender named Bill. Seriously, in this book Ed conversates with his fictional pal Al and bartender Bill like Elwood Dowd spoke to Harvey. The book mirrors what bar culture was back then – bartenders wore aprons up to their armpits, patrons smoked cigarettes inside the bar, women were there for entertainment, wives were punchlines and People of Color were invisible. It’s a history lesson in a glass with no chaser and no excuses.”

    Up against the wall, Comrade Ed! You, too Al and Bill!

    • Thanks: bomag
    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @AceDeuce

    Thanks for the disgusting but interesting report, Ace, on what TV and other media are up to now*. Almost all of this stuff can be avoided by not buying or viewing the print/online material respectively and especially by ditching the TV signal.

    I know, I know, I'll be told by some people "then we don't know what sick things they are up to". We know what they're up to now, though. What they're up to is pure humiliation. No TV, no humilation.

    .

    * Great factoid by the way, re The Jetsons - it should be the subject of a good blog post for someone ...

  42. @Daniel Dravot
    The Atlanta Wokes

    Replies: @Trinity

    There was an 80s lightweight contender named Chris Calvin who was from Nashville, he was nicknamed the “Southern Rebel” and entered the ring with a Confederate flag robe draped over his soldiers. Fighting in Yankee land or Vegas he was often booed until they saw the White boy could fight and could punch. He knocked down undefeated Brett Summers 7 times before they stopped the fight. He was being groomed for a title shot against Jimmy Paul. Took a tune up against a lesser talent out of the Kronk gym, a Black fighter whose name escapes me, Calvin scored a brutal knockout and the fighter died a few days later. Calvin was never the same again.

    I guess they are cowards in DC and Cleveland as well??? Anyhow, probably 70% of the people who live in Atlanta are not even from Georgia, and at least 50-60 % in the metro area are not from the South.

    Northern Georgia had a lot of Cherokees, even a Cherokee county. Atlanta Cherokees.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @Trinity

    I think the U. of Florida negotiated intellectual property rights to the team name of Seminoles from the leaders of the Seminoles. They probably handed out season tickets, that sort of thing.

    Replies: @Matt Buckalew, @William Badwhite, @Inquiring Mind

  43. The Atlanta Kangz.
    The Atlanta Pips. (Named for Atlanta native Gladys Knight & the Pips)

    Cue: Midnight Train To Georgia

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @Trinity

    If you rank hit pop songs on greatness, "Midnight Train to Georgia" would have to be in the top couple of percent.

    , @Ralph L
    @Trinity

    Their cheer can be "Woo Woo!"

    Replies: @Trinity

    , @Mike Tre
    @Trinity

    I went to high school with Knight’s son, the obese Shanga Hankerson. Last I heard they were suing each other.

  44. @Trinity
    @Daniel Dravot

    There was an 80s lightweight contender named Chris Calvin who was from Nashville, he was nicknamed the "Southern Rebel" and entered the ring with a Confederate flag robe draped over his soldiers. Fighting in Yankee land or Vegas he was often booed until they saw the White boy could fight and could punch. He knocked down undefeated Brett Summers 7 times before they stopped the fight. He was being groomed for a title shot against Jimmy Paul. Took a tune up against a lesser talent out of the Kronk gym, a Black fighter whose name escapes me, Calvin scored a brutal knockout and the fighter died a few days later. Calvin was never the same again.

    I guess they are cowards in DC and Cleveland as well??? Anyhow, probably 70% of the people who live in Atlanta are not even from Georgia, and at least 50-60 % in the metro area are not from the South.

    Northern Georgia had a lot of Cherokees, even a Cherokee county. Atlanta Cherokees.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

    I think the U. of Florida negotiated intellectual property rights to the team name of Seminoles from the leaders of the Seminoles. They probably handed out season tickets, that sort of thing.

    • Replies: @Matt Buckalew
    @Steve Sailer

    Did the Seminoles get the IP rights to alligators from some treaty? Figured Andrew Jackson would drive a harder bargain.

    Steve can tell you the name of every single hairdresser in Hollywood but doesn’t know UF from FSU.

    , @William Badwhite
    @Steve Sailer


    I think the U. of Florida negotiated intellectual property rights to the team name of Seminoles
     
    U of Florida is the Gators, you're thinking of Florida State. Florida State has a good working relationship with the Seminole (the plural of Seminole is Seminole, though FSU calls themselves the Seminoles), they even send the guy that rides the horse onto the field with the flaming spear (Osceola I think, or maybe that's the horse) to train with the Seminole.

    The Seminole are quite proud of the affiliation with Florida State. As usual, the "offended" are whites for whom it is none of their business. In related news, I had a Navajo tell me (recently, less than 5 years ago) that the Washington Redskins were the most popular NFL team on "the res".

    The Seminole are somewhat different from other major tribal groups in that they were never fully conquered. Towards the end of the Seminole Wars (there were actually three major conflicts) the remaining Seminole drifted back into the Everglades as well as the surrounding grasslands, which whites found uninhabitable. The US was distracted by the Civil War, and the Seminole (who often owned black slaves) weren't up for another fight.

    Interestingly, the Seminole had very strict anti-miscegenation rules (punishable by exile and even death) well into the early 20th century. These days they've mostly cross-bred with the local whites and are a mash-up. As a hunting guide once told me about the counties around Lake Okeechobee "there ain't nobody up here but rednecks and Indians...and redneck Indians."

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Jack P, @Truth

    , @Inquiring Mind
    @Steve Sailer

    The University of Florida team is the Gators. This is where the sports drink Gatorade was invented.

    Florida State is the Seminoles. It is a good thing the rehydration sports drink wasn't invented at Florida State. What would they have called it -- Seminole Fluid?

    You've been a great audience, try the veal, tip your waiter . . .

  45. @Trinity
    The Atlanta Kangz.
    The Atlanta Pips. (Named for Atlanta native Gladys Knight & the Pips)

    Cue: Midnight Train To Georgia

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Ralph L, @Mike Tre

    If you rank hit pop songs on greatness, “Midnight Train to Georgia” would have to be in the top couple of percent.

    • Agree: Trinity
  46. Okay, how about the Atlanta King Juniors? I’m sure they could work out a lucrative licensing agreement with The Family.

  47. Chiefs, Braves, Seminoles, and Indians pay homage to Native Americans and are the exact opposite of offensive. You cannot put these team names on the same level as Redskins. The dropping of Redskins is the only one that makes sense. IF I was an Injun like Lizzie Warren, I wouldn’t be offended at all by any name except, “Redskins.”

  48. @Jack P
    So...this seems to be a really good way to lob a huge softball to Brian Kemp and Herschel Walker right before the election so that they can defend their World Series champion Braves against the far left? Am I missing something here?

    Replies: @Hapalong Cassidy

    Brian Kemp should win regardless, unless there is major cheating – which the Republicans in the state have to their credit passed voting legislation to prevent. Herschel Walker though I’m not so sure about. I’m still scratching my head to figure out why Trump and other Pubs endorsed him. The ads aren’t doing any favors either.
    Republican ad: “Raphael Warnock spends too much!”
    Democrat ad: “Hershel Walker threatened to kill his ex-wife.”

    • Replies: @Jack P
    @Hapalong Cassidy

    Yes, true, but now Walker gets to support the Braves and their fans, while Warnock has to either oppose Biden regarding the name, or oppose the vast majority of Braves fans. That's why, unless there is something I'm not seeing, this is a huge unforced error by Jean Pierre in a very close Senate race.

    Then again, the Braves should never have even visited the White House after Biden supporting the All Star Game move.

  49. @Corvinus
    @JohnnyWalker123

    You can thank the GOP for this trend on the business sisde with trickle down economics and Trumpian tax breaks for elites like himself. Add in the crushing of unions and that’s what happens. You’d think Mr, Sailer would NOTICE these factors. He’s too b

    Replies: @Pop Warner

    So you’re against mass immigration, then? After all, it’s the dastardly Republicans that are against it while the noble democrats are on the side of the worker. Glad we could finally agree on something, Corv!

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    @Pop Warner

    I’ve always stated on this fine opinion webzine we shops have sensible immigration. But Kenyans, Guatemalans, and Pakistanis are more than capable of assimilating. After all, if Eastern and Southern Europeans could…

  50. @Trinity
    The Atlanta Kangz.
    The Atlanta Pips. (Named for Atlanta native Gladys Knight & the Pips)

    Cue: Midnight Train To Georgia

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Ralph L, @Mike Tre

    Their cheer can be “Woo Woo!”

    • Replies: @Trinity
    @Ralph L

    Nah, it would be "Whoomp There It Is" by one hit wonder Atlanta (c)rap group called "Tag Team."

    Cue: Whoomp There It Is by Tag Team fo' the Wakanda/Atlanta Kangz.

  51. @mmack
    “If the Atlanta Braves baseball do change their name, they should become the Atlanta Cowards.”

    I disagree. They should change their name to the Atlanta Indians.

    It’s not like Cleveland is using it.

    Replies: @ForeverCARealist

    Do these liberals ever get embarassed about using the same stupid phrases and words over and over?
    I think my 13 year old has a broader command of English than these “conversation” holders.

    The bball team could become the Atlanta People of Color Who Love to Hunt and Fight with Bravery.

    • Replies: @mmack
    @ForeverCARealist

    "Do these liberals ever get embarassed about using the same stupid phrases and words over and over?"

    Short answer no. You have to have morals and standards to be embarrassed.

  52. @Trinity
    The Atlanta Kangz.
    The Atlanta Pips. (Named for Atlanta native Gladys Knight & the Pips)

    Cue: Midnight Train To Georgia

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Ralph L, @Mike Tre

    I went to high school with Knight’s son, the obese Shanga Hankerson. Last I heard they were suing each other.

  53. @Hapalong Cassidy
    @Jack P

    Brian Kemp should win regardless, unless there is major cheating - which the Republicans in the state have to their credit passed voting legislation to prevent. Herschel Walker though I’m not so sure about. I’m still scratching my head to figure out why Trump and other Pubs endorsed him. The ads aren’t doing any favors either.
    Republican ad: “Raphael Warnock spends too much!”
    Democrat ad: “Hershel Walker threatened to kill his ex-wife.”

    Replies: @Jack P

    Yes, true, but now Walker gets to support the Braves and their fans, while Warnock has to either oppose Biden regarding the name, or oppose the vast majority of Braves fans. That’s why, unless there is something I’m not seeing, this is a huge unforced error by Jean Pierre in a very close Senate race.

    Then again, the Braves should never have even visited the White House after Biden supporting the All Star Game move.

  54. @AceDeuce
    Over the weekend, I, without looking for overt anti-White propaganda, came across the following:

    1. Looking up an article in a 2019 New Yorker, I came across another article in the issue-a review of Quentin Tarantino’s “Once Upon a Time . . . in Hollywood", in which the bad guys are the Manson Family. The review's title was:

    "Quentin Tarantino’s Obscenely Regressive Vision of the Sixties." In it, the reviewer snarks:


    ”Tarantino delivers a ridiculously white movie, complete with a nasty dose of white resentment."
     
    Not just White. "Ridiculously" White.

    2. September, 2022 is the 60th anniversary of the cartoon TV show The Jetsons (fun fact, in the show, George Jetson was said to have been born in 2022). Slate has a current article about the evident atrocity that is The Jetsons, entitled "The Jetsons, Now 60 Years Old, Is Iconic. That’s a Problem."

    What would be the problem?


    "The Jetsons was a rather tame, pedestrian sitcom about a family that reinforced traditional gender and family roles, knew little of the social issues of the time (it was, for example, unbearably white), and effectively glorified the consumerist, suburban lifestyle."
     
    Not just White. "Unbearably" White.

    3. I saw a TV commercial trumpeting a line of trendy sneakers rolled out for "hispanic heritage month" The shoes have "The Future is Latina" , in Spanish, printed on the side.

    4. Also on Sunday, PBS was showing a recent BBC adaptation of Jules Verne's Around the World in 80 Days. The protagonist, Phileas Fogg, a White man in the book and here, has been turned into a weak, snivelling cuck. His assistant Passepartout (Who was White in the book) is now a supernegro who is superior to Fogg (Hell, he's now superior to James Bond.) The White detective in the book who was Fogg's adversary has been turned into an attractive female journalist who now tags along with Fogg and Passepartout--she smugly lectures Cucked Fogg on gender stuff and is falling into a romantic relationship with the supernegro.

    5. Last but not least, I was looking at a cocktail website and came across a 2017 review of a vintage 1960s cocktail book, written by Johnny Carson sidekick Ed McMahon.

    Who was more genial and less offensive than Ed McMahon? Well, this millennial reviewer, while acknowledging that, while the book "reflects a sorry past", in his words, also opines that it is also a very good book in many ways. What's wrong with it?


    "As much as I love this book I must acknowledge its major flaw. It was written in 1969 and only speaks to (White) men. Ed writes as if he’s in a bar full of guys and he’s talking to a bartender named Bill. Seriously, in this book Ed conversates with his fictional pal Al and bartender Bill like Elwood Dowd spoke to Harvey. The book mirrors what bar culture was back then - bartenders wore aprons up to their armpits, patrons smoked cigarettes inside the bar, women were there for entertainment, wives were punchlines and People of Color were invisible. It’s a history lesson in a glass with no chaser and no excuses."
     
    Up against the wall, Comrade Ed! You, too Al and Bill!

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    Thanks for the disgusting but interesting report, Ace, on what TV and other media are up to now*. Almost all of this stuff can be avoided by not buying or viewing the print/online material respectively and especially by ditching the TV signal.

    I know, I know, I’ll be told by some people “then we don’t know what sick things they are up to”. We know what they’re up to now, though. What they’re up to is pure humiliation. No TV, no humilation.

    .

    * Great factoid by the way, re The Jetsons – it should be the subject of a good blog post for someone …

    • Thanks: AceDeuce
  55. @Jim Don Bob
    OK. How about the Atlanta Stupid Black Lesbians?

    Replies: @Truth, @The Anti-Gnostic, @Hrw-500

    They don’t hit for a high-enough average.

  56. Anon[256] • Disclaimer says:

    Obviously the administration doesn’t know (so what’s new?) the Atlanta Braves organization has an annual get together with the Cherokee tribe that includes outreach programs for First American children including stadium events. As a side note, the braves are no longer located in all woke all the time downtown Atlanta but 10 miles NW where white people can go to games without fear and boy, fan attendance is booming. That’s got to piss off the downtown clowns.

  57. @Steve Sailer
    @Trinity

    I think the U. of Florida negotiated intellectual property rights to the team name of Seminoles from the leaders of the Seminoles. They probably handed out season tickets, that sort of thing.

    Replies: @Matt Buckalew, @William Badwhite, @Inquiring Mind

    Did the Seminoles get the IP rights to alligators from some treaty? Figured Andrew Jackson would drive a harder bargain.

    Steve can tell you the name of every single hairdresser in Hollywood but doesn’t know UF from FSU.

  58. @Ralph L
    @Trinity

    Their cheer can be "Woo Woo!"

    Replies: @Trinity

    Nah, it would be “Whoomp There It Is” by one hit wonder Atlanta (c)rap group called “Tag Team.”

    Cue: Whoomp There It Is by Tag Team fo’ the Wakanda/Atlanta Kangz.

  59. @Steve Sailer
    @Trinity

    I think the U. of Florida negotiated intellectual property rights to the team name of Seminoles from the leaders of the Seminoles. They probably handed out season tickets, that sort of thing.

    Replies: @Matt Buckalew, @William Badwhite, @Inquiring Mind

    I think the U. of Florida negotiated intellectual property rights to the team name of Seminoles

    U of Florida is the Gators, you’re thinking of Florida State. Florida State has a good working relationship with the Seminole (the plural of Seminole is Seminole, though FSU calls themselves the Seminoles), they even send the guy that rides the horse onto the field with the flaming spear (Osceola I think, or maybe that’s the horse) to train with the Seminole.

    The Seminole are quite proud of the affiliation with Florida State. As usual, the “offended” are whites for whom it is none of their business. In related news, I had a Navajo tell me (recently, less than 5 years ago) that the Washington Redskins were the most popular NFL team on “the res”.

    The Seminole are somewhat different from other major tribal groups in that they were never fully conquered. Towards the end of the Seminole Wars (there were actually three major conflicts) the remaining Seminole drifted back into the Everglades as well as the surrounding grasslands, which whites found uninhabitable. The US was distracted by the Civil War, and the Seminole (who often owned black slaves) weren’t up for another fight.

    Interestingly, the Seminole had very strict anti-miscegenation rules (punishable by exile and even death) well into the early 20th century. These days they’ve mostly cross-bred with the local whites and are a mash-up. As a hunting guide once told me about the counties around Lake Okeechobee “there ain’t nobody up here but rednecks and Indians…and redneck Indians.”

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @William Badwhite


    I had a Navajo tell me (recently, less than 5 years ago) that the Washington Redskins were the most popular NFL team on “the res”.
     
    I wore a Chief Yahoo hat through an entire summer working in an Alaskan fishing village with many Indians. The only comment I got was from a part-if-not-mostly Indian colleague who was surprised someone would root for a team even worse than the Mariners. (This was ca. 30 years ago, before the Ms got good.

    Replies: @Bill Jones

    , @Jack P
    @William Badwhite

    I was watching the NCAA beach volleyball tournament in the spring and FSU girls on the sideline were wearing "Unconquered Mentality" shirts. I guess that refers to the Seminoles not being conquered.

    I don't think Braves fans would stand for a name change...but the Indians and Redskins and North Dakota Sioux caved...

    Replies: @Ganderson

    , @Truth
    @William Badwhite


    Interestingly, the Seminole had very strict anti-miscegenation rules (punishable by exile and even death) well into the early 20th century.
     
    Are you sure about that?


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bsCP1fXbN0s
  60. I’ve been wondering when the call will come for the University of Tennessee football team to have the name “Volunteers” changed.

    The term Volunteer State for Tennessee came from the Mexican War when Tennessee was called upon for 2800 volunteers. There were 30,000 respondents. Also there was a large number of volunteers from Tennessee for the War of 1812, especially at the Battle of New Orleans.

    That’s reason enough to change the name according to our overseers.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @David In TN

    There is a story that so many Tennessee men volunteered for WWI that the state was exempt from the draft, having reached its quota. Apparently this was not the case, but the number of volunteers did push the state's force to over six figures:


    The nation eventually drafted 61,069 Tennesseans, 43,730 whites and 17,339 blacks, according to figures given in Stanley J. Folmsbee et al., History of Tennessee (1960).

    --Tennessee Encyclopedia: World War I

    Over 100,000 Tennesseans volunteered or were drafted during the First World War, six of them winning the Medal of Honor.

    --Tennessee State Library and Archives
    World War I
    The Volunteer State Goes to War: A Salute to Tennessee Veterans

     

    Replies: @Anonymous, @AceDeuce

  61. @William Badwhite
    @Steve Sailer


    I think the U. of Florida negotiated intellectual property rights to the team name of Seminoles
     
    U of Florida is the Gators, you're thinking of Florida State. Florida State has a good working relationship with the Seminole (the plural of Seminole is Seminole, though FSU calls themselves the Seminoles), they even send the guy that rides the horse onto the field with the flaming spear (Osceola I think, or maybe that's the horse) to train with the Seminole.

    The Seminole are quite proud of the affiliation with Florida State. As usual, the "offended" are whites for whom it is none of their business. In related news, I had a Navajo tell me (recently, less than 5 years ago) that the Washington Redskins were the most popular NFL team on "the res".

    The Seminole are somewhat different from other major tribal groups in that they were never fully conquered. Towards the end of the Seminole Wars (there were actually three major conflicts) the remaining Seminole drifted back into the Everglades as well as the surrounding grasslands, which whites found uninhabitable. The US was distracted by the Civil War, and the Seminole (who often owned black slaves) weren't up for another fight.

    Interestingly, the Seminole had very strict anti-miscegenation rules (punishable by exile and even death) well into the early 20th century. These days they've mostly cross-bred with the local whites and are a mash-up. As a hunting guide once told me about the counties around Lake Okeechobee "there ain't nobody up here but rednecks and Indians...and redneck Indians."

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Jack P, @Truth

    I had a Navajo tell me (recently, less than 5 years ago) that the Washington Redskins were the most popular NFL team on “the res”.

    I wore a Chief Yahoo hat through an entire summer working in an Alaskan fishing village with many Indians. The only comment I got was from a part-if-not-mostly Indian colleague who was surprised someone would root for a team even worse than the Mariners. (This was ca. 30 years ago, before the Ms got good.

    • Replies: @Bill Jones
    @Reg Cæsar

    If you're looking for a Leader to get behind, you could do worse than Liberia's very own General Buck Naked.
    https://www.wearethemighty.com/uploads/legacy/assets.rbl.ms/17313090/origin.jpg

  62. @Jim Don Bob
    OK. How about the Atlanta Stupid Black Lesbians?

    Replies: @Truth, @The Anti-Gnostic, @Hrw-500

    The Atlanta Steatopygians.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @The Anti-Gnostic


    The Atlanta Steatopygians.
     
    Their butt for the grace of God go I...
  63. @David In TN
    I've been wondering when the call will come for the University of Tennessee football team to have the name "Volunteers" changed.

    The term Volunteer State for Tennessee came from the Mexican War when Tennessee was called upon for 2800 volunteers. There were 30,000 respondents. Also there was a large number of volunteers from Tennessee for the War of 1812, especially at the Battle of New Orleans.

    That's reason enough to change the name according to our overseers.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    There is a story that so many Tennessee men volunteered for WWI that the state was exempt from the draft, having reached its quota. Apparently this was not the case, but the number of volunteers did push the state’s force to over six figures:

    The nation eventually drafted 61,069 Tennesseans, 43,730 whites and 17,339 blacks, according to figures given in Stanley J. Folmsbee et al., History of Tennessee (1960).

    Tennessee Encyclopedia: World War I

    Over 100,000 Tennesseans volunteered or were drafted during the First World War, six of them winning the Medal of Honor.

    Tennessee State Library and Archives
    World War I
    The Volunteer State Goes to War: A Salute to Tennessee Veterans

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Reg Cæsar

    Yeah really dumb ass Whites in Tennessee Volunteering To fight wars against our kinsmen the Germans and doing the same against the neighbors of Israel of European nationalists in Serbia .

    I think there are good terms for these fighting’ Tennessee volunteers .

    Janissary slaves
    Dumb goyim

    Pathetic

    JR
    The Political cesspool radio show

    , @AceDeuce
    @Reg Cæsar


    Over 100,000 Tennesseans volunteered or were drafted during the First World War, six of them winning the Medal of Honor.

    —Tennessee State Library and Archives
    World War I
    The Volunteer State Goes to War: A Salute to Tennessee Veterans
     

    One of them, of course, being the immortal Sgt. Alvin York, from Pall Mall, Tennessee.
  64. @The Anti-Gnostic
    @Jim Don Bob

    The Atlanta Steatopygians.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    The Atlanta Steatopygians.

    Their butt for the grace of God go I…

    • LOL: The Anti-Gnostic
  65. This tiresome statement by some curly haired foreign devil (cute in a Kewpie doll way) is another example of Woke hatred of Siberian Americans and POC in general.

    For some reason they can’t explain, Woke comrades believe that advertising or sports figures must not be POC (i.e. non White).

    So they have been banned. Now sports teams.

    Originally such fairly rare non-White faces, names or logos were done to appeal to consumers and even honor those so chosen. But this is now taboo.

    How can we believe in the Narrative Truth of “Systemic Racism” (not definable) if happy or honored non Whites get so much consumer/sports love? So supposed “anti racist” Woke comrades have to work hard to Red Guard terrorize the weak and stupid sports moguls and corporate stupids into abandoning beloved symbols and non White faces/names.

    After all, can’t we all remember (or see in certain places) how much card carrying Commies really loved people of different racial groups from their own? Those Negro dictators in Cuba are greatly admired in Haiti, aren’t they Karine? Ditto Venezuela, Nicaragua, etc.

  66. @Pop Warner
    @Corvinus

    So you're against mass immigration, then? After all, it's the dastardly Republicans that are against it while the noble democrats are on the side of the worker. Glad we could finally agree on something, Corv!

    Replies: @Corvinus

    I’ve always stated on this fine opinion webzine we shops have sensible immigration. But Kenyans, Guatemalans, and Pakistanis are more than capable of assimilating. After all, if Eastern and Southern Europeans could…

  67. @ForeverCARealist
    @mmack

    Do these liberals ever get embarassed about using the same stupid phrases and words over and over?
    I think my 13 year old has a broader command of English than these "conversation" holders.

    The bball team could become the Atlanta People of Color Who Love to Hunt and Fight with Bravery.

    Replies: @mmack

    “Do these liberals ever get embarassed about using the same stupid phrases and words over and over?”

    Short answer no. You have to have morals and standards to be embarrassed.

  68. You think Atlanta should be called the Cowards if they change their name. Should you also change your name to Coward for fearing a fake pandemic these past few years, cowardly putting on your mask in public, not speaking out once against the greatest rights abuses in our lifetimes – restrict your breathing, close your businesses, no working, take an experimental gene therapy or lose your job, no traveling, no visiting your elderly parents and grandparents in the nursing home or hospital, etc. All for what? What did any of this nonsense accomplish?

    • Agree: BB753, Achmed E. Newman
    • Replies: @BB753
    @Alvin

    "What did any of this nonsense accomplish?"

    Training for submission and obedience.

  69. 80s rocker Billy Idol was about as Southern as an English muffin but he was always sporting the Confederate flag and singing about a “Rebel Yell.” Reportedly, Keef Richards had sampled some bourbon called, “Rebel Yell” while down South, I guess Keef was fond enuff of the hooch to tell Billy about it.

    Cue: Flesh For Fantasy by Billy Idol

  70. When can whites complain about the Minnesota Vikings, then?

  71. @William Badwhite
    @Steve Sailer


    I think the U. of Florida negotiated intellectual property rights to the team name of Seminoles
     
    U of Florida is the Gators, you're thinking of Florida State. Florida State has a good working relationship with the Seminole (the plural of Seminole is Seminole, though FSU calls themselves the Seminoles), they even send the guy that rides the horse onto the field with the flaming spear (Osceola I think, or maybe that's the horse) to train with the Seminole.

    The Seminole are quite proud of the affiliation with Florida State. As usual, the "offended" are whites for whom it is none of their business. In related news, I had a Navajo tell me (recently, less than 5 years ago) that the Washington Redskins were the most popular NFL team on "the res".

    The Seminole are somewhat different from other major tribal groups in that they were never fully conquered. Towards the end of the Seminole Wars (there were actually three major conflicts) the remaining Seminole drifted back into the Everglades as well as the surrounding grasslands, which whites found uninhabitable. The US was distracted by the Civil War, and the Seminole (who often owned black slaves) weren't up for another fight.

    Interestingly, the Seminole had very strict anti-miscegenation rules (punishable by exile and even death) well into the early 20th century. These days they've mostly cross-bred with the local whites and are a mash-up. As a hunting guide once told me about the counties around Lake Okeechobee "there ain't nobody up here but rednecks and Indians...and redneck Indians."

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Jack P, @Truth

    I was watching the NCAA beach volleyball tournament in the spring and FSU girls on the sideline were wearing “Unconquered Mentality” shirts. I guess that refers to the Seminoles not being conquered.

    I don’t think Braves fans would stand for a name change…but the Indians and Redskins and North Dakota Sioux caved…

    • Replies: @Ganderson
    @Jack P

    My understanding is that there were just too many Sioux bands for UND to bribe.

    Possibly apocryphal story: (too good to check) During the first game at Engelstad Arena after the name change, it was announced, as a NoDak player exited the penalty box, “Fighting Hawks, full strength”. Supposedly the sold out venue erupted in boos- thereafter it was “North Dakota, full strength.
    I’ve not been to a tilt at “the Ralph”, but when I see North Dakota fans at various NCAA events, there’s way more “Fighting Sioux” gear than “Fighting Hawks” apparel.

    Siouxsie and the Banshees could not be reached for comment.

    Replies: @Jack P

  72. Anonymous[193] • Disclaimer says:
    @Reg Cæsar
    @David In TN

    There is a story that so many Tennessee men volunteered for WWI that the state was exempt from the draft, having reached its quota. Apparently this was not the case, but the number of volunteers did push the state's force to over six figures:


    The nation eventually drafted 61,069 Tennesseans, 43,730 whites and 17,339 blacks, according to figures given in Stanley J. Folmsbee et al., History of Tennessee (1960).

    --Tennessee Encyclopedia: World War I

    Over 100,000 Tennesseans volunteered or were drafted during the First World War, six of them winning the Medal of Honor.

    --Tennessee State Library and Archives
    World War I
    The Volunteer State Goes to War: A Salute to Tennessee Veterans

     

    Replies: @Anonymous, @AceDeuce

    Yeah really dumb ass Whites in Tennessee Volunteering To fight wars against our kinsmen the Germans and doing the same against the neighbors of Israel of European nationalists in Serbia .

    I think there are good terms for these fighting’ Tennessee volunteers .

    Janissary slaves
    Dumb goyim

    Pathetic

    JR
    The Political cesspool radio show

  73. @Reg Cæsar
    @William Badwhite


    I had a Navajo tell me (recently, less than 5 years ago) that the Washington Redskins were the most popular NFL team on “the res”.
     
    I wore a Chief Yahoo hat through an entire summer working in an Alaskan fishing village with many Indians. The only comment I got was from a part-if-not-mostly Indian colleague who was surprised someone would root for a team even worse than the Mariners. (This was ca. 30 years ago, before the Ms got good.

    Replies: @Bill Jones

    If you’re looking for a Leader to get behind, you could do worse than Liberia’s very own General Buck Naked.

  74. @SafeNow
    Jean-Pierre should have said…This matter should be resolved by the team, its fans, and native Americans; the President has nothing to do with this. It’s like asking me what is the President’s position on whether Johnny Pesky held the ball or not.

    Replies: @AndrewR

    Big Brother cannot allow any issue to be outside of his perview.

  75. @Steve Sailer
    @Trinity

    I think the U. of Florida negotiated intellectual property rights to the team name of Seminoles from the leaders of the Seminoles. They probably handed out season tickets, that sort of thing.

    Replies: @Matt Buckalew, @William Badwhite, @Inquiring Mind

    The University of Florida team is the Gators. This is where the sports drink Gatorade was invented.

    Florida State is the Seminoles. It is a good thing the rehydration sports drink wasn’t invented at Florida State. What would they have called it — Seminole Fluid?

    You’ve been a great audience, try the veal, tip your waiter . . .

    • LOL: Achmed E. Newman
  76. At this year’s World Con (Sci-Fi) convention, they honored the descendants of the war criminals who caused the Fort Dearborn massacre. Every August 15th, you should have a moment of silence for the 93 people lost that day.

  77. @Alvin
    You think Atlanta should be called the Cowards if they change their name. Should you also change your name to Coward for fearing a fake pandemic these past few years, cowardly putting on your mask in public, not speaking out once against the greatest rights abuses in our lifetimes - restrict your breathing, close your businesses, no working, take an experimental gene therapy or lose your job, no traveling, no visiting your elderly parents and grandparents in the nursing home or hospital, etc. All for what? What did any of this nonsense accomplish?

    Replies: @BB753

    “What did any of this nonsense accomplish?”

    Training for submission and obedience.

    • Agree: p38ace
  78. The means “conversation” now means, “Shut up and listen and then do what I tell you.”

    That’s what “conversation” has ALWAYS meant to the cultural marxists.

  79. @Reg Cæsar
    @David In TN

    There is a story that so many Tennessee men volunteered for WWI that the state was exempt from the draft, having reached its quota. Apparently this was not the case, but the number of volunteers did push the state's force to over six figures:


    The nation eventually drafted 61,069 Tennesseans, 43,730 whites and 17,339 blacks, according to figures given in Stanley J. Folmsbee et al., History of Tennessee (1960).

    --Tennessee Encyclopedia: World War I

    Over 100,000 Tennesseans volunteered or were drafted during the First World War, six of them winning the Medal of Honor.

    --Tennessee State Library and Archives
    World War I
    The Volunteer State Goes to War: A Salute to Tennessee Veterans

     

    Replies: @Anonymous, @AceDeuce

    Over 100,000 Tennesseans volunteered or were drafted during the First World War, six of them winning the Medal of Honor.

    —Tennessee State Library and Archives
    World War I
    The Volunteer State Goes to War: A Salute to Tennessee Veterans

    One of them, of course, being the immortal Sgt. Alvin York, from Pall Mall, Tennessee.

  80. I vote for the “Atlanta Incels.”

    • Replies: @Meretricious
    @Nat X

    "I vote for the 'Atlanta Incels.' "

    LOL. Nat, the 1st rule of devising titles is conceptualizing your audience: Do BLACK Atlanta fans strike you as incels? Geez!

    Replies: @Nat X

  81. @Jack P
    @William Badwhite

    I was watching the NCAA beach volleyball tournament in the spring and FSU girls on the sideline were wearing "Unconquered Mentality" shirts. I guess that refers to the Seminoles not being conquered.

    I don't think Braves fans would stand for a name change...but the Indians and Redskins and North Dakota Sioux caved...

    Replies: @Ganderson

    My understanding is that there were just too many Sioux bands for UND to bribe.

    Possibly apocryphal story: (too good to check) During the first game at Engelstad Arena after the name change, it was announced, as a NoDak player exited the penalty box, “Fighting Hawks, full strength”. Supposedly the sold out venue erupted in boos- thereafter it was “North Dakota, full strength.
    I’ve not been to a tilt at “the Ralph”, but when I see North Dakota fans at various NCAA events, there’s way more “Fighting Sioux” gear than “Fighting Hawks” apparel.

    Siouxsie and the Banshees could not be reached for comment.

    • Replies: @Jack P
    @Ganderson

    It's good to hear they still wear the Sioux gear.

    Hopefully you can still buy some.

  82. @Jim Don Bob
    OK. How about the Atlanta Stupid Black Lesbians?

    Replies: @Truth, @The Anti-Gnostic, @Hrw-500

    We could also call them Atlanta Pea Soup. that term was once used by English-Canadians toward French-Canadians back when most of French-Canadians buyed lots of pea soup because there was more poorer than English-Canadians from what I read on this link althought there was other reasons. https://modsquadhockey.com/forums/topic/20420-the-rocket/?do=findComment&comment=355947

  83. @William Badwhite
    @Steve Sailer


    I think the U. of Florida negotiated intellectual property rights to the team name of Seminoles
     
    U of Florida is the Gators, you're thinking of Florida State. Florida State has a good working relationship with the Seminole (the plural of Seminole is Seminole, though FSU calls themselves the Seminoles), they even send the guy that rides the horse onto the field with the flaming spear (Osceola I think, or maybe that's the horse) to train with the Seminole.

    The Seminole are quite proud of the affiliation with Florida State. As usual, the "offended" are whites for whom it is none of their business. In related news, I had a Navajo tell me (recently, less than 5 years ago) that the Washington Redskins were the most popular NFL team on "the res".

    The Seminole are somewhat different from other major tribal groups in that they were never fully conquered. Towards the end of the Seminole Wars (there were actually three major conflicts) the remaining Seminole drifted back into the Everglades as well as the surrounding grasslands, which whites found uninhabitable. The US was distracted by the Civil War, and the Seminole (who often owned black slaves) weren't up for another fight.

    Interestingly, the Seminole had very strict anti-miscegenation rules (punishable by exile and even death) well into the early 20th century. These days they've mostly cross-bred with the local whites and are a mash-up. As a hunting guide once told me about the counties around Lake Okeechobee "there ain't nobody up here but rednecks and Indians...and redneck Indians."

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Jack P, @Truth

    Interestingly, the Seminole had very strict anti-miscegenation rules (punishable by exile and even death) well into the early 20th century.

    Are you sure about that?

  84. @Nat X
    I vote for the "Atlanta Incels."

    Replies: @Meretricious

    “I vote for the ‘Atlanta Incels.’ ”

    LOL. Nat, the 1st rule of devising titles is conceptualizing your audience: Do BLACK Atlanta fans strike you as incels? Geez!

    • Replies: @Nat X
    @Meretricious

    We aint into baseball like that anymore incel, I said what I said.

    Replies: @Meretricious

  85. @Meretricious
    @Nat X

    "I vote for the 'Atlanta Incels.' "

    LOL. Nat, the 1st rule of devising titles is conceptualizing your audience: Do BLACK Atlanta fans strike you as incels? Geez!

    Replies: @Nat X

    We aint into baseball like that anymore incel, I said what I said.

    • Replies: @Meretricious
    @Nat X

    Nat, you seem to like using the word incel a lot. My guess is, you must be the OPPOSITE of incels:
    1. morbidly obese Negro
    2. erectile dysfunction
    3. life of the party at the bar with your alcoholic friends
    4. living in a swinging bachelor pad banging plenty of toothless prostitutes
    5. high self-esteem

    Not bad. I envy you. You find those hookers at Walmart?

  86. @Nat X
    @Meretricious

    We aint into baseball like that anymore incel, I said what I said.

    Replies: @Meretricious

    Nat, you seem to like using the word incel a lot. My guess is, you must be the OPPOSITE of incels:
    1. morbidly obese Negro
    2. erectile dysfunction
    3. life of the party at the bar with your alcoholic friends
    4. living in a swinging bachelor pad banging plenty of toothless prostitutes
    5. high self-esteem

    Not bad. I envy you. You find those hookers at Walmart?

  87. @Ganderson
    @Jack P

    My understanding is that there were just too many Sioux bands for UND to bribe.

    Possibly apocryphal story: (too good to check) During the first game at Engelstad Arena after the name change, it was announced, as a NoDak player exited the penalty box, “Fighting Hawks, full strength”. Supposedly the sold out venue erupted in boos- thereafter it was “North Dakota, full strength.
    I’ve not been to a tilt at “the Ralph”, but when I see North Dakota fans at various NCAA events, there’s way more “Fighting Sioux” gear than “Fighting Hawks” apparel.

    Siouxsie and the Banshees could not be reached for comment.

    Replies: @Jack P

    It’s good to hear they still wear the Sioux gear.

    Hopefully you can still buy some.

  88. Given that the Braves moved to Cobb County to get away from that feces-hole area of Atlanta, they should be renamed The Cobb Crackers.

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