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Gamecock Part Deux

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  1. Not very often I agree with you Muda but I never have and never will understand how peaceful protest trying to draw attention to an issue in this country is "un-American".
  2. Half the generation is still under the age of 18 so give us some time we'll get there. Not getting married and buying houses because we want to be financially stable before making life commitments we can't afford. About that wealth creation . . . Student loans man, MOST EDUCATED GENERATION IN AMERICAN HISTORY!!! Again, societal issue not a generations issue. DrivenT, add ruining internet forums to the list.
  3. Lets be honest there are plenty of Gen Xers, Baby Boomers, and yes even Greatest Generation folks who pull the same stuff. So we've gone from Millennials created the gambling issue to video games create unemployed, drug using alcoholics, who are dependent on others to fund their gambling addictions? I grew up on video games. First one ever was Mortal Kombat (otherwise known as the tool of Satan) on Nintendo 64 where people would bleed from the ears when getting kicked in the shin because for some reason everyone in that game had a blood platelet level of zero. Played video games all throughout childhood and adolescence . . . I'm employed . . . not addicted to drugs . . . not an alcoholic . . . don't gamble (hit the slots on my 21st birthday, lost $80, never been back) . . . and I'm financially independent . . . Guess that makes me a survivor! Only crime I've ever committed is being ridiculously good looking Uh oh . . . might want to add narcissism to your list
  4. Give credit where it's due, the R. Lee meme is awesome!
  5. Well relatively to millennials its getting old hearing the generation that raised us blame us for how we were raised. That aside gambling legalization is long overdue. If John Q. Taxpayer wants to go blow his money betting on sports then he should be allowed to do so. I really don't think this law is going to create a large percentage of more gambling issues, in the end it's going to allow the government and professional sports leagues make millions.
  6. And they (you) say we millennials have no work ethic
  7. Yeah, we've never had gambling on sports shows back in the good ol' days . . . Betting on high school sports will never be legalized. If you really read into this instead of jumping to your "sky is falling" rhetoric you'd realize New Jersey, the state that pushed for this, is outlawing any betting on college institutions. Still won't stop people from betting on it like they always have been, and if you think people haven't been and won't continue to bet on high school sports in this country then you're naive. Yep, you're right. We millennials fixed the 1919 World Series . . . my fellow millennials like Paul Hornung, Art Schlichter, and Pete Rose really added to the millennial gambling issue . . . and lets not even start on those millennial Supreme Court Justices that legalized this . . . I mean if that picture doesn't scream millennial . . . before you know it they're gonna make it law that we have to give participation trophies in professional sports. Can't trust any of them . . . especially Ruth . . . You can see the millennial in her eyes . . . she's probably going to post her first legally purchased gambling ticket on instagram while eating a locally grown free range chicken burrito #millennialgambling #thuglifegambling #declineofwesterncivilization
  8. Well seeing as how you have made numerous posts on this topic consider this forum educated. Feel free to not post the dangers of tackle football ever again.
  9. So then what's your point in creating this thread?
  10. He's never going to give you a straight answer on that because he knows what you're saying destroys his entire argument.
  11. Hoosier Hills Conference 2017

    Not saying it won't help, but they've pushed the entire conference back for a decade. S&C could be a part of it, but I bet most of the teams in the conference try to "out spread" East when they don't have the same caliber of athletes.