You'd think a fagg0t like him have a better grip on how to stay low through the hole. He probably even ****s wrong.
I bet if we were on MNF and he was starting he'd be all, "Daniel Thomas, Queer State." But WTF am I thinking? No team starting a fagg0t at running back is getting on MNF.
Great. Now we really are the Miami Dolfags.
Didn't Marino announce that pick? Miami ****s over Marino again...
If Shula was around he'd smack the gay out of that nancy piece of ****. You think Csonka would put up with that? **** no.
I was once a normal kid
Till the Devil came down and flipped my lid
He gave me a switchblade and he gave me a muse
Then he vomited acid all over my shoes
On a different topic though, I hate this "homophobia" term that's thrown around. A phobia is fear of something. People who think like I do aren't scared of homosexuals. We just don't agree with their lifestyle and find it disgusting. I'm allowed to feel that way. It's my opinion. And you're allowed to engage in that lifestyle if you want to. Just like anyone has the right to think something I do is disgusting. It's a free country...well, at least that's what we've been told, right?
I just think these players should skip it because the media firestorm would be such a distraction for these guys and for their coaches and teammates. They're going to be a part of all this too whether they want to or not. And opposing players and fans will be merciless.
The gay players in question here could be Pro Bowlers or they could be special teamers who have bounced around the league that no one outside of the diehard fans of the teams they played for have ever heard of. If I was a gay player I would just wait til my career was over to come out. If I was a future HOFer I would make the last line of my retirement press conference "and by the way, I'm gay". Or if I was a long snapper or a punt team gunner I would write a book entitled "Hard: My Struggle as a Gay NFL Player" after no team is interested in signing me anymore and rake in the cash.
The fact is, people viewed interracial relationships a few decades ago the same way people like you view homosexual relationships today. They were freaked out. They found it revolting. For this reason, many people who genuinely loved one another were fearful of being open about their relationship. I hope we can both agree that is no way for people to live.
Here is a good read on a how one interracial couple fought against the existing laws in Virginia and were able to get them overturned and deemed unconstitutional. It was illegal for interracial couples to get married in Virginia at that time. They were actually arrested for their "inappropriate" relationship.