Morning Huddle: Legion Of Zoom Ranks…2nd?

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In the morning Chiefs Kingdom! Reek, Sammy, Kelce, Drob, Hardman, Pringle, ranked 2nd. Pfffff! Grab yourself a cup o’ joe and get in the Huddle!

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Less than two years later, Mahomes was calling for 2-3 Jet Chip Wasp Y-Funnel facing 3rd-and-15 down 10 with seven minutes left in the Super Bowl. He still may not have Andy Reid’s playbook mastered, but he is, indeed, learning more and more about football every single year. As his knowledge grows, he will only get better.

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“I think the biggest hurdle to get over in the league is health,” Ford said. “We were spot on with the injury as far as diagnosing it in training camp. I had a severe case of tendinitis. Although it’s not an ACL tear, with my position, that’s a blown tire.”

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06/01/2020 3:25 pm

Listen to the man’s brother.
After traveling from Brooklyn to Minneapolis to visit the site of his brother’s death, Terrence Floyd expressed disappointment that some protests across the country have turned violent.
Speaking Monday on ABC’s “Good Morning America,” Floyd said his brother, George, was a “gentle giant” who valued peace and unity. He would want protesters to channel their anger “to do something positive,” Terrence Floyd said.
“The things that are transpiring now, they may call it unity, but it’s destructive unity,” he said. “It’s not what he was about. That’s not what my brother was about.”
Terrence Floyd said his brother saw the bright side of every situation and made him feel that he could do anything, no matter what he was going through.
In an emotional speech later at the site of his brother’s killing, Floyd urged protesters to stop the violence and to focus on enacting change through voting.
“I understand you’re all upset. But like it was already said, I doubt you’re all half as upset as I am,” Floyd said. “So if I’m not over here … blowing up stuff, if I’m not over here messing up my community, then what are you all doing?”
“That’s not going to bring my brother back at all,” he added. “It may feel good for the moment, just like when you’re drinking, but when it comes down, you’re going to wonder what you did.”

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05/31/2020 12:43 pm

The rioters around the country have gotten out of hand and I have no sympathy for them. They commit heinous atrocities to try to elicit a response from the police so that they can use it against them. It is outrageous and disgusting.

Reply to  Plus Name and Plus Name
05/31/2020 1:44 pm

Any actual rioters, I agree, but what about people in the crowd who don’t commit crimes? I have great sympathy for the protesters, because that precinct repeatedly and blatantly violated our Bill of Rights. At least three times police broke those laws in MN that I know of, and I’m positive there were more of those crimes as well.

But the blame for the damage being done is primarily the fault of the precinct who violated our 1st Amendment by attacking non-criminal, non-violent protesters who were rightly furious of the injustce that was done by the killer and his accomplices. They used less-lethal gas and incendiary weapons on American citizens because they didn’t want any protesters on their street. Go away and shut up, spoken in ruthless, violent, and illegal actions. But, with everyone so angry at the protesters and the police elsewhere escalating so many protests with shows of force and weapons and then blaming the citizens for everything bad that happens.

When did police crimes against the highest laws of our nation, the ones meant to protect us from them, when did that become so trivial? Why don’t they feel any need to obey them when it’s inconvenient to do so. Why should I love that and hate the innocent Americans who are being confronted that armies in the streets that will not hesitate to employ violence. The police may not have committed the crimes blamed on protesters, but they were the beginning of the problems and continue to incite them, possibly so they can look “heroic” as part of the deal. Bullshit. Constitution first, those who violate it are dead last for their crimes.

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Reply to  BleedingRedAndGold
05/31/2020 2:17 pm

The protesters destroy people’s homes, businesses and property. There was a man who was nearly beaten to death in the streets for defending his business. The actions of the police have no bearing on this. I am sick of hearing justifications for wrongdoing from the rioters and the police. Anytime I bring up these wrongdoings people try to deflect from the act itself.

Reply to  Plus Name and Plus Name
05/31/2020 5:32 pm

You are doing just that by refusing to acknowledge that police actions brought us to this. Looting, hurting innocents is wrong and I doubt you’ll find anyone here who argues differently. But these people didn’t just decide today was a good day to scream a man’s name and flood the streets. Something caused it & I’m pretty sure you know what that is.

On another note, the fact that it appears that instigators from BOTH sides are there to make sure trouble starts is the saddest part of this, to me. Without them, there is a chance this COULD be a peaceful protest. These people make me ill.

Reply to  NovaChiefs
06/01/2020 1:35 pm

I’m sorry but I respectfully disagree…police actions didn’t bring us or anyone to this. Police actions killed an innocent man and those involved should be held accountable in a court of law. Period.
Any action by anyone outside of peacefully protesting are actions by people that should be held accountable and there is nothing that can make those actions acceptable. Anyone stating otherwise is just empowering those that break the law to continue breaking the law while attempting to justify their wrongs by using what happened to someone else as an excuse.
I was brought up with he understanding that two wrongs do not make a right. I’ll stand by that till my last breath has escaped my body.

Reply to  KenW
06/01/2020 2:01 pm

That’s ignoring what’s going on. Peaceful protests were tried. We all know how well that was received. Wrong place, wrong time. People making it into something that offended them, even when it was explained to them that wasn’t what was going on. People refusing to acknowledge that there is an issue.
I said looting, violence was wrong, so I’m not sure where you’re going with all that. There was a trigger. There was an event that set all this in motion. There have actually been REPEATED events similar to this one. Ignore it at your peril.
You seem to think I endorse the riots. I do not. I do, however, see how, if I was black or a person of color, I would be at wits end. What has changed since Martin? Since Gray? Two wrongs don’t make a right? How about three? Five? Nine? Walking, jogging, sitting at home, sitting in police custody. These aren’t supposed to be deadly activities. What do those wrongs make?

Reply to  NovaChiefs
06/01/2020 2:31 pm

“You are doing just that by refusing to acknowledge that police actions brought us to this.”
Those were your words….
Police actions killed a man. Nothing more. People are using it as an excuse to riot and disrupt.
And again you try to provide acceptable reasons for anything other than peaceful protest with your words.
“That’s ignoring what’s going on. Peaceful protests were tried. We all know how well that was received.”
 Two wrongs don’t make a right? How about three? Five? Nine? 
How is that not condoning or at least attempting to make riots and anything other than peaceful protesting acceptable. It doesn’t matter how many times.
I’m sorry you don’t see it that way and personally I feel that is one of the problems in this country. People (not saying you) want to try to condone their own or others bad actions by using something else as an excuse or reason to make them acceptable.
It’s called speaking out both sides of your mouth. There are no grey areas it is either right or wrong. Anyway we live in a great country where we do have the freedom of speech and we can discuss/argue things like this and disagree with each other. At the end of the day we can also agree to disagree which is where i’ll leave this and wish you a wonderful day.

05/31/2020 5:45 am


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