vikingsrule Posted September 12, 2020 Share Posted September 12, 2020 14 hours ago, RpMc said: The show of unity was also accompanied by a moment of silence through which very audible boos could be heard as a statement of what the players unitedly stood for was up on the big screens. going to leave it at that explanation to keep within forum rules. Hope that helps to clear it up for you. I’m sure booing had more to do with the fact that most turn to sports to get away from life and don’t need to be reminded of what’s going on in the world at every moment. At the end of the day, entertain me. If you can’t, I’ll find something else to do on my weekends, and many others will as well. Hey, I did buy a 20 acre farmstead so believe me, I’ve got a lot of work ahead of me where that void can be quickly filled. For the fans that bought tickets to watch football, and I’m sure they aren’t cheap with a 17k capacity, it might be a bit frustrating to have to deal with these displays that at the end of the day, are fairly meaningless. Very cool that the Vikes will be honoring Floyd’s family at the stadium. That’s a great way to go about getting justice for Floyd. Watching millionaire athletes virtue signal, not so much. 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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