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    Coach_J got a reaction from JBluegill133 in Well, they HAD to make it about sexual orientation, didn't they?   
    God forbid we get a glimpse of the human side of an athlete. A look at struggles they've faced off the mat.  And nothing was mentioned about her "sex life."  If an article is about Jordan Burroughs being married with three kids while training as a world-class athlete, is that about his "sex life"?  2020 and no hindsight, insight, foresight, just blindness from too many people... 
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    Coach_J got a reaction from buckeye97 in Well, they HAD to make it about sexual orientation, didn't they?   
    God forbid we get a glimpse of the human side of an athlete. A look at struggles they've faced off the mat.  And nothing was mentioned about her "sex life."  If an article is about Jordan Burroughs being married with three kids while training as a world-class athlete, is that about his "sex life"?  2020 and no hindsight, insight, foresight, just blindness from too many people... 
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    Coach_J reacted to LJB in Well, they HAD to make it about sexual orientation, didn't they?   
    @BadgerMon
    you aren't cute with that... 
    you were stupid enough to publicly out yourself... the genie is not going back in the bottle...
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    Coach_J got a reaction from matts1w in Well, they HAD to make it about sexual orientation, didn't they?   
    God forbid we get a glimpse of the human side of an athlete. A look at struggles they've faced off the mat.  And nothing was mentioned about her "sex life."  If an article is about Jordan Burroughs being married with three kids while training as a world-class athlete, is that about his "sex life"?  2020 and no hindsight, insight, foresight, just blindness from too many people... 
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    Coach_J reacted to wrestlingphish in Well, they HAD to make it about sexual orientation, didn't they?   
    Way to expose yourself as a bigot and a clown.
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    Coach_J got a reaction from pamela in Well, they HAD to make it about sexual orientation, didn't they?   
    God forbid we get a glimpse of the human side of an athlete. A look at struggles they've faced off the mat.  And nothing was mentioned about her "sex life."  If an article is about Jordan Burroughs being married with three kids while training as a world-class athlete, is that about his "sex life"?  2020 and no hindsight, insight, foresight, just blindness from too many people... 
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    Coach_J got a reaction from Tofurky in Well, they HAD to make it about sexual orientation, didn't they?   
    God forbid we get a glimpse of the human side of an athlete. A look at struggles they've faced off the mat.  And nothing was mentioned about her "sex life."  If an article is about Jordan Burroughs being married with three kids while training as a world-class athlete, is that about his "sex life"?  2020 and no hindsight, insight, foresight, just blindness from too many people... 
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    Coach_J got a reaction from uncle bernard in Well, they HAD to make it about sexual orientation, didn't they?   
    God forbid we get a glimpse of the human side of an athlete. A look at struggles they've faced off the mat.  And nothing was mentioned about her "sex life."  If an article is about Jordan Burroughs being married with three kids while training as a world-class athlete, is that about his "sex life"?  2020 and no hindsight, insight, foresight, just blindness from too many people... 
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    Coach_J reacted to JasonBryant in Well, they HAD to make it about sexual orientation, didn't they?   
    Relevant story during Pride Month. 
    Read the room. 
    Jenna's an awesome person and has represented us on the World stage since she was a kid. It's relevant to wrestling because she's a Youth Olympic Games alum, a Junior World teamer, a Senior World Teamer. I've done a lot of features and asked questions to wrestlers about their off-the-mat lives, ranging from collecting atari games, to being a mother and competing, painting shoes, building businesses. 
    You saw the headline, you knew what it would be about - you can stop reading and go on with your life. 
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    Coach_J reacted to LJB in Well, they HAD to make it about sexual orientation, didn't they?   
    wow... 
    i would go back to hiding after that bullsh!t post if i was you...
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    Coach_J got a reaction from bnwtwg in Well, they HAD to make it about sexual orientation, didn't they?   
    God forbid we get a glimpse of the human side of an athlete. A look at struggles they've faced off the mat.  And nothing was mentioned about her "sex life."  If an article is about Jordan Burroughs being married with three kids while training as a world-class athlete, is that about his "sex life"?  2020 and no hindsight, insight, foresight, just blindness from too many people... 
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    Coach_J got a reaction from Jim L in Well, they HAD to make it about sexual orientation, didn't they?   
    God forbid we get a glimpse of the human side of an athlete. A look at struggles they've faced off the mat.  And nothing was mentioned about her "sex life."  If an article is about Jordan Burroughs being married with three kids while training as a world-class athlete, is that about his "sex life"?  2020 and no hindsight, insight, foresight, just blindness from too many people... 
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    Coach_J reacted to Jim L in Well, they HAD to make it about sexual orientation, didn't they?   
    Not that usual for them to cover national wrestler's personal stories. Her orientation is probably a big part of her life story. Personally I did not read it, as I have very little interest in athletes outside of their athletic accomplishments. You are free to ignore it if it bothers you
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    Coach_J got a reaction from GranbyTroll in Is there a specific name for David Baev's 4 point move?   
    He calls it the "Baev."  Crazy, right???
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    Coach_J reacted to russelscout in USA In Trouble   
    Semantics. Nationalism by way of negative integration at the bare minimum has racial undertones, and frequently devolves into more obvious forms of racism. People want to tell everyone to read history on this forum. I would suggest looking into German history from Bismarck to the third Reich.

    ...and yes, I realize that was Beshada's comment. 
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    Coach_J got a reaction from leshismore in USA In Trouble   
    My son is a former wrestler and current Army Airborne Ranger and veteran of Iraq.  We talk about this all the time and he's pretty clear.  He and others fight to protect rights those in other countries aren't allowed to exercise.  Does he stand during the anthem?  Yes.  Is he offended if others choose to kneel?  No.  Why?  Because that's a right Americans are privileged to enjoy.  Unlike North Korea, Iran, Belarus, and other places, citizens here don't have to stand, sit, kneel, etc., when commanded.  That's the beauty of being an American. You want to live somewhere where you're forced to stand, bow, or dance when the great leader enters--or else--plenty of places to go for that.  Thank God America is not one of those places and we should all pray it never is.
     

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    Coach_J got a reaction from Bigboi Trained in USA In Trouble   
    My son is a former wrestler and current Army Airborne Ranger and veteran of Iraq.  We talk about this all the time and he's pretty clear.  He and others fight to protect rights those in other countries aren't allowed to exercise.  Does he stand during the anthem?  Yes.  Is he offended if others choose to kneel?  No.  Why?  Because that's a right Americans are privileged to enjoy.  Unlike North Korea, Iran, Belarus, and other places, citizens here don't have to stand, sit, kneel, etc., when commanded.  That's the beauty of being an American. You want to live somewhere where you're forced to stand, bow, or dance when the great leader enters--or else--plenty of places to go for that.  Thank God America is not one of those places and we should all pray it never is.
     

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    Coach_J got a reaction from Bigboi Trained in USA In Trouble   
    Some a y'all too much...

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    Coach_J got a reaction from matts1w in USA In Trouble   
    My son is a former wrestler and current Army Airborne Ranger and veteran of Iraq.  We talk about this all the time and he's pretty clear.  He and others fight to protect rights those in other countries aren't allowed to exercise.  Does he stand during the anthem?  Yes.  Is he offended if others choose to kneel?  No.  Why?  Because that's a right Americans are privileged to enjoy.  Unlike North Korea, Iran, Belarus, and other places, citizens here don't have to stand, sit, kneel, etc., when commanded.  That's the beauty of being an American. You want to live somewhere where you're forced to stand, bow, or dance when the great leader enters--or else--plenty of places to go for that.  Thank God America is not one of those places and we should all pray it never is.
     

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    Coach_J got a reaction from cjc007 in USA In Trouble   
    My son is a former wrestler and current Army Airborne Ranger and veteran of Iraq.  We talk about this all the time and he's pretty clear.  He and others fight to protect rights those in other countries aren't allowed to exercise.  Does he stand during the anthem?  Yes.  Is he offended if others choose to kneel?  No.  Why?  Because that's a right Americans are privileged to enjoy.  Unlike North Korea, Iran, Belarus, and other places, citizens here don't have to stand, sit, kneel, etc., when commanded.  That's the beauty of being an American. You want to live somewhere where you're forced to stand, bow, or dance when the great leader enters--or else--plenty of places to go for that.  Thank God America is not one of those places and we should all pray it never is.
     

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    Coach_J got a reaction from jchapman in USA In Trouble   
    My son is a former wrestler and current Army Airborne Ranger and veteran of Iraq.  We talk about this all the time and he's pretty clear.  He and others fight to protect rights those in other countries aren't allowed to exercise.  Does he stand during the anthem?  Yes.  Is he offended if others choose to kneel?  No.  Why?  Because that's a right Americans are privileged to enjoy.  Unlike North Korea, Iran, Belarus, and other places, citizens here don't have to stand, sit, kneel, etc., when commanded.  That's the beauty of being an American. You want to live somewhere where you're forced to stand, bow, or dance when the great leader enters--or else--plenty of places to go for that.  Thank God America is not one of those places and we should all pray it never is.
     

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    Coach_J got a reaction from lurk_nowitzki in USA In Trouble   
    My son is a former wrestler and current Army Airborne Ranger and veteran of Iraq.  We talk about this all the time and he's pretty clear.  He and others fight to protect rights those in other countries aren't allowed to exercise.  Does he stand during the anthem?  Yes.  Is he offended if others choose to kneel?  No.  Why?  Because that's a right Americans are privileged to enjoy.  Unlike North Korea, Iran, Belarus, and other places, citizens here don't have to stand, sit, kneel, etc., when commanded.  That's the beauty of being an American. You want to live somewhere where you're forced to stand, bow, or dance when the great leader enters--or else--plenty of places to go for that.  Thank God America is not one of those places and we should all pray it never is.
     

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    Coach_J got a reaction from CoachWrestling in USA In Trouble   
    Some a y'all too much...

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    Coach_J got a reaction from Plasmodium in USA In Trouble   
    My son is a former wrestler and current Army Airborne Ranger and veteran of Iraq.  We talk about this all the time and he's pretty clear.  He and others fight to protect rights those in other countries aren't allowed to exercise.  Does he stand during the anthem?  Yes.  Is he offended if others choose to kneel?  No.  Why?  Because that's a right Americans are privileged to enjoy.  Unlike North Korea, Iran, Belarus, and other places, citizens here don't have to stand, sit, kneel, etc., when commanded.  That's the beauty of being an American. You want to live somewhere where you're forced to stand, bow, or dance when the great leader enters--or else--plenty of places to go for that.  Thank God America is not one of those places and we should all pray it never is.
     

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    Coach_J got a reaction from uncle bernard in USA In Trouble   
    My son is a former wrestler and current Army Airborne Ranger and veteran of Iraq.  We talk about this all the time and he's pretty clear.  He and others fight to protect rights those in other countries aren't allowed to exercise.  Does he stand during the anthem?  Yes.  Is he offended if others choose to kneel?  No.  Why?  Because that's a right Americans are privileged to enjoy.  Unlike North Korea, Iran, Belarus, and other places, citizens here don't have to stand, sit, kneel, etc., when commanded.  That's the beauty of being an American. You want to live somewhere where you're forced to stand, bow, or dance when the great leader enters--or else--plenty of places to go for that.  Thank God America is not one of those places and we should all pray it never is.
     

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