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    You are a Pansyfied Idiot

     

    So this moron is of the opinion that if you watch the Super Bowl then you are an immoral person. Steve Almond likened watching the NFL to watching soldiers go off to war and die in battle.

     

    Well I do support his right to free speech and say what he wants to reflect the opinion he is entitled to have. So I am going to exercise my right to state my opinion of him. YOU are a pansy ass wuss. Since you get to call millions, and 49% of Americans immoral for being fans of football, I get to call you out for being a punk ass cry baby.

     

    For the 30th straight year, football is the most popular sport in America. I wonder if you convinced anyone new not to watch. Only the New York Times employed, American hating, non athletic punks that already make some stupid ass show of nothingness by publicly refusing to watch football.

     

    Congratulations, you're an idiot and now everyone knows you're a pansy too. Go eat your vegan meal and sulk while the rest of us are eating wings, pizza, and subs while watching the Super Bowl.

     

     

    http://www.miamiherald.com/2014/01/25/3892838/ap-gfk-poll-49-percent-are-pro.html

     

     

    http://hardballtalk.nbcsports.com/2014/01/27/the-nfl-is-americas-favorite-sport-for-the-30th-straight-year/

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