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Friday, 23 March, 2018


Date: 05 December, 2017

By: Chief

Imagehis reads almost like a horror story. Frankenstein is running a muck in downtown Oakland, California.

Marshawn Lynch, AKA, Beast Mode, without doubt one of professional football's greatest running backs was practicing with the Bulldogs of Oakland's Tech High School. And yes, even the the great Beast Mode got tackled by the kids during the practice.

That must have been so motivating for the kids at what once was Lynch's alma mater. Think about it — a poverty stricken, high crime rate city and then Beast Mode himself comes and plays with the kids. I can tell you this, if I was one of those kids, that would have been a moment I would never forget. And you bet, I would be telling the whole bloody world all about it — all the time.

Up jumps the devil

No. Far worse than the devil — up jumps the:

While it is true the "California Interscholastic Federation (CIF)" does not openly wear swastika's and perform the one arm salute, there doesn't seem to be that much difference between the two organizations. The CIF struck because Lynch released a video on Youtube showing the practice and, oh my God, a safety rule was broken. Quoting Sports Illustrated:

"[ ... ]California Interscholastic Federation [is] investigating Oakland Tech because only students on the team who are in 9th through 12th grade are allowed to practice."

Have no fear boys and girls there is more and it certainly does get worse. Indeed, the Oakland School District released a statement of Lynch's most terrible transgression. Quoting Sports Illustrated:

"(Marshawn's) participation in the practice did not comply with Oakland Athletic League's rules and regulations. Site administration did not receive prior notice that Lynch would be attending an after school practice. Once they found out, they and the League Commissioner promptly reminded all OUSD coaches of the bylaws and took appropriate measures."

Grow up people

You have got to be kidding me. I simply cannot believe our society has gotten so ... er ... wussified, and if you don't like that word then prove it by getting rid of these idiotic rules. It is absolutely insane. God knows, it is enough to make one wretch.

'Oh, oh. Beast Mode broke a rule. Oh what shall we do? I am so scared'.

'Quick honey, before it is too late — call in the Safety Nazis. They'll know what needs too be done'.

Come on parents, instead of calling in the blasted Safety Nazis, why not — throw the rascals out. Allow your sons to grow and become honorable men. Like it or not — life is a risk. Indeed, from beginning to end, life is a risk.

Something else y'all might want to remember — Marshawn Lynch is one of us. He most certainly is one of "We the People." Hence that public property which is called Oakland Tech, a public school, with grounds and all of that, belongs to We the People. And that includes Marshawn Lynch. He has every right to be on the school grounds anytime he so sees fit. After all — he is the owner of the property just like the rest of We the People. I do not care what the "rules" say. Bureaucrats and Safety Nazis be damned. No, better still, let 'em get flattened by Beast Mode. Yeah, I like that.


So whatcha gonna do people? Are you going to continue running around in a dither and calling forth the Safety Nazis? Or, are you going to be members of We the People and simply say; 'Enough is enough' and throw the rascals out? Which shall it be? We the Sheeple or We the People. Personally, I much prefer the later.

What say you?

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