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    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    Trust me Trap, kids get exposed to a lot more than that on Fox.

    Rated R, PG-13, and PG ain't what it used to be.


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    I honestly think many of those people who are saying "how will I explain this to my son" are really saying "this makes me feel incredibly uncomfortable".


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    Re: Michael Sam

    Quote Originally Posted by Raveninwoodlawn View Post
    I honestly think many of those people who are saying "how will I explain this to my son" are really saying "this makes me feel incredibly uncomfortable".


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    Lol. Truth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    Trust me Trap, kids get exposed to a lot more than that on Fox.

    Rated R, PG-13, and PG ain't what it used to be.


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    I wouldn't know, I don't watch Fox but sure fathers are uncomfortable with it especially explaining to their little tots. There was an age, time and place for that and football wasn't it. Fathers never had to explain things like that at that age watching the draft/football. They could watch football with their boys w/o thinking about it. Anyway, I was just relating what I heard on a national radio program.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AirFlacco View Post
    I wouldn't know, I don't watch Fox but sure fathers are uncomfortable with it especially explaining to their sons. Fathers never had to explain things like that at that age. They could wactch football with their boys w/o thinking about it.
    I think they will still be able to watch football.

    Slapping a guy on the ass after a good play has been commonplace on the field for decades.


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    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    I think they will still be able to watch football.

    Slapping a guy on the ass after a good play has been commonplace on the field for decades.


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    Sticking your tongue down his throat might be going a little overboard though.
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    It happened on national TV with Brittney Spears and Madonna, now football and Spears publicy apologized. Think Sam will? I doubt it.

    SOLO - That's not the same thing and you know it. Everyone laughs. It has no sexual connotation. It's not the same when I rub the chick in the pic's ass. I don't know how many times I was standing at a bar and a chick would actually slap my ass and then rub it. Rose says I'm bad when I stick my hand up her ass hole but she loves it. They're not doing that in football. We're talking here about something more, something little boys have never been exposed to watching a sports channel, maybe FOX but not sports. Eventually they'll be french kissing on the sidelines and a kid will say what's that dad. Times are a changing, that's for sure like at Penn State although that has been going on since Sodom and Gomorrah. But hey, that's cool. No prob, man. It's a natural act, just ask any shrink. I just gotta get used to watching it on ESPN PORN.
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    Quote Originally Posted by darb72 View Post
    Sticking your tongue down his throat might be going a little overboard though.
    I haven't seen anyone doing that on an NFL field before. Have you?


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    Not yet but I saw it on the football channel.
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    Re: Michael Sam

    Quote Originally Posted by darb72 View Post
    Sticking your tongue down his throat might be going a little overboard though.
    Is it overboard when two women do it?
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    Re: Michael Sam

    Quote Originally Posted by AirFlacco View Post
    Not yet but I saw it on the football channel.
    So what two consenting adults so in their home will now transcend to an NFL during games?




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    Re: Michael Sam

    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    Is it overboard when two women do it?
    Hell no! That's great dick-beater TV right there!


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    Re: Michael Sam

    http://youtu.be/-Xs4WGEnlAk


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