Discussion in 'Too Hot for Swamp Gas' started by citygator, Nov 2, 2018.
Add looking at hot women to the boycott list for pubs.
Okay, it's a picture of a cheerleader kneeling. If she is doing it for the cause then I support her and anyone else 100% but could it be possible she may have just been faint or dizzy? Afterall..its just a picture without comment from her. I don't think I am off base on this thought process.
Anything’s possible but I doubt she fainted into a kneeling position during the anthem. Good for her. Don’t let people push you around. Unfortunately I suspect her job is pretty replaceable though.
I just burned my 49ers cheerleader outfit. It doesn’t fit like it used to anyway.
Could only happen in a place like San Francisco
Maybe Gruden will trade for her!
Cheer leaders have a zero-tolerance policy for stuff like that, so she will probably be "fired" ... and I put "fired" in quotes because they are paid practically nothing and mostly just do it for fun. When I was younger, they used to work for free, but today some cheerleaders are paid as little as $100 a year.
Not so sure I agree.
The Loneliness of Being Black in San Francisco
San Francisco is 33% Asian. It's not all white people, but there aren't many black people. Most of the diversity is Asian (which I believe also includes South Asia, i.e. India). Basically if you took the Black population of a Southern city and made them Asian, and changed the Asian population to Black, then demographic's wise you'd have something like San Francisco.
And I bet if you look at the suburbs Asians make up an even greater number of the population and diversity in general is greater. Not because the suburbs are cheaper, but because tech companies bring in a lot of diversity and traffic sucks, so people tend to live near their jobs.
Asians Outnumber Whites In Silicon Valley – SiliconValleyOneWorld
Asians and Pacific Islanders now form the largest racial block in Santa Clara County, exceeding the proportion of non-Hispanic white residents for the first time.
According to new demographic findings from the Population Dynamics Research Group at the University of Southern California, in the next 25 years, Silicon Valley’s Indian, Chinese, Vietnamese, Filipino and other Asian populations plus a smattering of Pacific Islanders are expected to grow to more than 43 percent of the county total. That is approximately 30 percentage points higher than Asians’ projected proportion nationally.
But could it happen in Santa Clara, where the 49ers actually play?