We know what you are. We’re just haggling over your fee.

Shot.

Chaser.

Close call there, Mike.  Imagine the pay cut you would have had to take if they had found you were a racist.

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61 responses to “We know what you are. We’re just haggling over your fee.

  1. jt10mc (the other one)

    Horsecrap. This violates his 1st Amendent Rights. Wearing an ultraconservative news network t-shirt and being roasted for it is called censure. The Nazis did this.
    Every totalitarian government or organization does the same.
    I guess tolerance only applies when you agree.
    So I don’t agree with your political views. So now we are bending to thought police?
    This knife cuts both ways.

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    • Gaskilldawg

      The 1st amendment does not make employers powerless to regulate their employees’ speech. Under your theory a State Farm agent could not fire an employee of his or her office who posted on social media “State Farm is lousy insurance. Don’t buy it, buy Liberty Mutual instead.” That isn’t the law. If Gundy wore a tee shirt that said, “Hey, Blue chippers. Oklahoma is a better choice for you that OSU” the 1st amendment wouldn’t shield him from adverse employment action.

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      • Corch Irvin Meyers, New USC Corch (2021)

        That is 100% true. This isn’t a 1st Amendment issue. However, it is an issue of uncritical thinking. There is a lot of that going on right now in this country. It’s not against the law, but it is sad, especially with regards to institutions of “higher learning” or their proxies.

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      • jt10mc (the other one)

        Don’t agree. Cutting salary because you don’t like a view of your coach is censure and does violate the 1st Amendent.
        This is horsecrap…

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        • Derek

          And you KNOW the only issue was the shirt, how?

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        • Gaskilldawg

          It may be “censure” but it does not violate the 1st amendment. Do you think you would be violating your employee’s 1st amendment rights if you fired her for calling your biggest client an asshole to his face? After all, you would be “cutting salary because [she] didn’t like a view of your [client.]
          It isn;t a 1st amendment issue.

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        • tiredofidsearch

          If I am not mistaken (and I am sure there are enough attorneys on here to correct me if I am wrong) but first amendment only protects you from government, nothing to do with private employers. They can do what they want.

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          • Corch Irvin Meyers, New USC Corch (2021)

            You are correct. However, though the OSU Athletic Association is a private organization attached to a public institution, CFB head coaches are often described as the “highest paid public employees in their state.”

            Given that, I wonder if he is a public employee. If he is, this would be a 1st Amendment issue if he wanted to pursue it. We see though that he does not want to pursue it. He folded like a cheap tent.

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      • Corch Irvin Meyers, New USC Corch (2021)

        It’s all right here, for those who have eyes to see:

        https://blacklivesmatter.com/what-we-believe/

        Also, the BLM cofounder Patrisse Cullors literally said in an interview that they were Marxist, so, you know, if you take people at their word.

        Another way to be sure? Comrade Derek has spent a lot of words to distract from that specific part of what I said because he knows it’s true. But like our media, politicians, and academic institutions he feels compelled to obsfucate the truth about BLM though he knows he can’t outright deny what they are.

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      • jt10mc (the other one)

        And if he wore a t-shirt that said “Trump stinks” he would be widely applauded be the popular and leftist University system.
        My point is he wore a t-shirt with a news network and is being roasted for it AND a PUBLIC University is reducing his salary for doing so. He wasn’t at an official University function he was on his time.

        If people can’t see through the BS and that COVID and the rioting are occurring so the Left can seize power ala the Socialist Party (They masquerade as Dems) and that is what this is about…Power…then we are ALL doomed.

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        • Jdawg108

          Jesus dude. He did something that jeopardized his ability to do his job. That’s all. Anything else you get from this is your own BS. Conservatives used to be the party of personal responsibility, once upon a time.

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        • Bingo. Trump sucks would have been perfectly fine. Everybody knows it’s true. It’s about the mon, and its about control. Its about not allowing a different viewpoint. My view or death. It’s not american, its Marxism.

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        • TN Dawg

          You may as well be talking about how good steak is to a bunch a vegans here dude.

          Most here favor a Chinese social credit system.

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  2. Corch Irvin Meyers, New USC Corch (2021)

    Now imagine if he simply wore a shirt that stated, “BLM is a Marxist organization that wants to destroy the American way of life and doesn’t actually care about black lives.”

    It’s a bit wordy, but no less true for it.

    Would he be hailed as a hero and given a contract extension? 🤔

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    • Derek

      Imagine if he were the dixie chicks or kaepernick and had to read your hypocritical drivel.

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      • Corch Irvin Meyers, New USC Corch (2021)

        Aww, look, our resident Marxist has come to provide both a strawman AND an ad hominem attack.

        Notice everyone how he doesn’t actually address what I said because he knows he can’t refute it as BLM literally states who they really are on their website.

        It’s okay, Derek. At least they’re honest about who they are. The real hypocrites are those in media, academia, and politics who continue to lie about what BLM actually is.

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        • Derek

          “Words I don’t understand but use because i think it makes me look smrt” by corch.

          Like “literally.”

          https://blacklivesmatter.com/about/

          Properly used it should say: “I read it and it says literally nothing about Marx.”

          But you idiots smeared MLK with “commie” too. Maybe it just means “not one of the good ones” in racist speak.

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          • Corch Irvin Meyers, New USC Corch (2021)

            Okay, comrade. Yes, let’s compare MLK to BLM.

            That you don’t understand how that literally destroys whatever point you think you’re trying to make, well, it makes me sad for you.

            Again, and I’ll say it slowly just for you: BLM. Is. A. Marxist. Organization. That. Wants. To. Destroy. The. American. Way. Of. Life. And. Don’t. Actually. Care. About. Black. Lives.

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        • Aww, look, our resident Marxist has come to provide both a strawman AND an ad hominem attack.

          I should start a GTP drinking game based on every time you use the term “strawman”. 😉

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          • Corch Irvin Meyers, New USC Corch (2021)

            The drinking game should be about when Derek makes a strawman argmument.

            It’s what he did here and does to distract from points people make and reframe the argument around something usually completely unrelated in order to change the nature of the argument to one he has a hope of winning.

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        • Gaskilldawg

          Your reply to Derek caused me to go to the BLM website to read where it literally states that it is a Marxist organization that wants to destroy the American way of life and doesn’t actually care about black lives. I never saw any statement remotely like that. Can you help a brother out and post the link at which it literally said that?

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          • Texas Dawg

            This is a cut and paste from the BLM website.
            “We disrupt the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure requirement”
            They flat out state that the Nuclear Family should be disrupted. Their words not mine. If that is not an attempt to destroy the way of life of western civilization let alone American way of life then I do not know what is. No matter how you slice it when you start intentionally trying to destroy the nuclear family, then you are taking out the underpinnings of our society. So Coach Irvin Meyers is technically correct.

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            • Derek

              They’re saying they are “disrupting” the “requirement.”

              That could mean a lot of things and one of them is the suggestion that a same sex couple with a child is also a family.

              That isn’t destroying America. Its fighting other types of ingrained societal prejudices that treat people differently based upon considerations other than merit.

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            • Corch Irvin Meyers, New USC Corch (2021)

              I posted a reply to Gaskilldawg in the wrong place.

              Patrisse Cullors, the BLM cofounder, gave an interview where she admitted they were Marxist.

              Also, to your point Texas Dawg, I’m not “technically” correct, I am correct.

              This also proves BLM doesn’t actually care about black lives. What is the one thing we know, more than anything else, why black culture has found themselves in dire straits (thanks to LBJ’s purposeful policy to make black people dependent on government)?

              The lack of two parent households, aka the nuclear family. Study after study after study tells us black men, white men, Latino men… all men who grow up in a two parent household have the same success, the same education, and the same opportunities. Politicians, the media, and academia like to pretend these studies don’t exist, that government assistance can replace the two parent household, but that is all lies.

              If you care about black lives, you care about making sure black men grow up in a two parent household. Period. Don’t believe me? Listen to this successful black man speak from experience:

              https://mobile.twitter.com/SFY/status/1278064470435090438

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              • Derek

                Go beyond lip service.

                What will lead to more two-parent households?

                Name a policy.

                Speaking of politicians, how did this help achieve that goal?

                “The Nixon campaign in 1968, and the Nixon White House after that, had two enemies: the antiwar left and black people,” former Nixon domestic policy chief John Ehrlichman told Harper’s writer Dan Baum for the April cover story published Tuesday.

                “You understand what I’m saying? We knew we couldn’t make it illegal to be either against the war or black, but by getting the public to associate the hippies with marijuana and blacks with heroin. And then criminalizing both heavily, we could disrupt those communities,” Ehrlichman said. “We could arrest their leaders. raid their homes, break up their meetings, and vilify them night after night on the evening news. Did we know we were lying about the drugs? Of course we did.”

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                • Corch Irvin Meyers, New USC Corch (2021)

                  DRINK!

                  Do you see what I mean? He can’t help himself. He knows LBJ set up the welfare system so that only single parent families could claim benefits, thus incentivizing the poor to not marry, which disproportionally affected black people and directly led led to the decimation of the black family and thus the ruination of their culture overall. He KNOWS this. So because he can’t argue against it, he brings up Nixon, who came after LBJ who is directly quoted as saying he would make black people dependent on government so “those n-words would vote Democrat for life.” — LBJ

                  DRINK!

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                • Derek

                  So you have no policy and you don’t care about nefariously achieving the goals you say you oppose?

                  Why am I literally not shocked?

                  Btw: the largest benefactor of welfare assistance are young single white women with children.

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                • Corch Irvin Meyers, New USC Corch (2021)

                  DRINK!

                  See how he continues to distract from the point by trying to conflate modern welfare to what happened in the 60’s and 70’s, enacted and protected by Democrats, to make black people dependent on Government?

                  He knows that’s why the policies were enacted. He knows that was LBJ’s purpose. He knows those policies worked exactly as designed and destroyed the black family.

                  He knows that. It’s why he continues to try to create a different argument.

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                • Boys, it’s Playpen time for you two. You’ve gone far afield of the post topic.

                  Save the rest for next Wednesday

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                • Corch Irvin Meyers, New USC Corch (2021)

                  Should be a lively discussion, I’m sure. Unless we’re distracted by something else in the news cycle before then. Which, to be honest, is highly probable. 🤦🏻‍♂️

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                • Derek

                  You’re lying.

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                • Corch Irvin Meyers, New USC Corch (2021)

                  I wish I was. 🤷🏻‍♂️

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                • 123fakest

                  I think a good start is to allocate all of the hundreds of millions that BLM has raked in to places like inner city churches, The Boys and Girls Clubs of America, and poor schools. Teaching them that if they can practice safe sex, graduate high school, and raise their child with the mother in a marriage, they can change this systemic problem.

                  That’ll do much more for our communities than giving that money to the Biden campaign.

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                • Dawg1

                  Agreed. The stats are clear that family matters to society.

                  https://ifstudies.org/blog/the-good-and-bad-news-about-family-life-in-america

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              • jt10mc (the other one)

                Part of thier agenda is to overthrow the government…if you donate money to the the link takes you to the Democratic party donation page.

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      • jt10mc (the other one)

        Imagine if you actually read the Constitution.

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  3. mwo

    So Gundy is good until Chuba decides he doesn’t like another shirt?

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  4. 123fakest

    Maybe what Chuba meant by “CHANGE,” is that he wants a little extra jingle in his pocket?

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  5. Dylan Dreyer's Booty

    Some of y’all are wasting a perfectly good holiday weekend arguing about this crap.

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  6. Don in Mar-a-Lago

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  7. Russ

    Mullet man seems like the kind of guy you’d see hanging around frat parties hitting on the coeds.

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  8. Well luckily for OAN I ordered one of their T shirts last week because of this.

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  9. BuffaloSpringfield

    For What it’s Worth:
    Someone mentioned institutions of higher learning earlier in the post. After some of this banter and some of these NOW kids from these institutions I really wonder if the institutions should be called higher.

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