U.S. Patent Office Cancels Redskins Trademark Registration
Now every protester can legally use the Redskins logos, etc. The fun is just beginning. Don’t worry you won’t have to log in.
A friend of mine has a pair of Peregrine Falcons move into his balcony this spring. The one on the left is the male sitting on the eggs.
and against misogny and anti-glbtqa. Anti-Racist Action. I was part of the “other activists” and it started in 1987 not 1988. I have direct action scars to prove it.
Thanks to Jay Henderson (Hollywood Cycles) and Gene Oberpriller (One on One Cycle Boutique) for the old Dura Ace big chainring and passable small chainring to make my Ciöcc more era specific. Just brakes/levers and seat post left.
Joe L sings about relapse (this song), abuse, and his addictions on XOXOX. A brave move that cost him and his band a label deal circa late ’80s. The critics thought his tales of abuse were things he had done rather than experienced.
Multiple videos have been posted online showing what uploaders described as hockey fans destroying a Los Angeles Police Department drone outside the Staples Center Friday night after the LA Kings won the NHL’s Stanley Cup.
Riot police were called in to break up what the LA Times described as a “melee” outside the arena following the King’s victory over the New York Rangers.
In one clip posted online, a drone can be seen hovering over the crowd of hockey fans before it was knocked out of the sky by people throwing shoes and clothing.
Hockey fans can be heard chanting, “We got the drone! We got the drone!”
I walked under that drone.
Just wait for Amazon to use drones for delivery, then you will get a prize for downing one.
When American fans win a major sporting event, they often like to celebrate by turning over cars and burning everything in sight. When Japanese teams lose, it turns out that fans commiserate by cleaning the stadium.
On Saturday, Japan lost its first World Cup match with the Ivory Coast by 2-1. While that could have been a demoralizing start for most sports enthusiasts, a bunch of Japanese fans who attended the event at Arena Pernambuco in Recife, Brazil decided to respond with an unbelievably classy move: cleaning up the stadium.