Take A Knee During the National Anthem in Sports

Lately we have seen a lot of the players in sports, especially the National Football League (NFL) and National Basketball Association decided to take a knee or locking arms with others. They were shown on television and as well in the media, there are two divided groups who support the decision of the players to take a knee or to lock arms and who are against the decision of the players taking a knee or lock arms with others. Players, coaches and even owners would decide either to take a knee or to lock arms with others while the National Anthem plays or sings by certain singers which they traditionally do so before the game starts. From the beginning, it was Colin Kaepernick as a quarterback at San Francisco 49ers last year where he decided to sit on the bench during the National Anthem in protest, as the media immediately noticed that and the next game Colin Kaepernick decided to take a knee instead of sitting on the bench like he did in the beginning but this time a few of his teammates joined the protest by taking a knee with Colin Kaepernick. This was last year, that protest were criticized heavily by some of the people and since then Colin Kaepernick have taken a knee during the National Anthem almost the entire of his 2016 season before he decided to opt out of his contract with San Francisco 49ers to test out the market to see if there are other NFL teams who would be interest in obtaining him to be their quarterback but unfortunately it was at the wrong time because almost every NFL teams didn’t need a starting quarterback which is what Colin Kaepernick looks for. Not only that, I am sure that maybe there are a couple of NFL teams who would be interested to obtain Colin Kaepernick but feared the attention that Colin Kaepernick may bring if they were to sign him since the National Anthem protest.

Tidbits 8, 7/1/2015.

Hey guys how are every one of you doing? I hope that every one of you are doing well and for myself I am doing well so thank you all for asking whether you were going to ask me or not but I ought to go ahead to say that I am doing well in case if some of you do wonder. For the first time I have decided to write an tidbits article in a very long time, this makes it the 8th of tidbits article I am writing and if you don’t know what tidbits are then I would suggest that you type “tidbits” in the search box at the top of the website where it will take you to a few of tidbits articles as there are a couple of them has the description of what is tidbits. In case if some of you are lazy to do so then I will just might as well to explain the basic of what is tidbits here so tidbits is where I write a few different of subjects in one article instead of the alone of subject in an article and in tidbits has different subjects or topics that are being discussed by me with either my opinions or facts depending the subjects or topics I am writing. I realize that tidbits are readers favorite kind of articles to read apparently because all of tidbits articles I written has received more of views than a subject or topic alone in an article, I think that is a bit interesting and it is my favorite kind of articles to write or read because it is mixed with different things to talk about instead of talking about one thing.

Confederate flags, enough is enough!

Oh gosh you have no absolutely idea how annoyed I am with several news that has flown around all over on the internet talking about a lot of people who wants confederate flags to be removed from everywhere including many stores that sells anything with confederate flags on them including thousands of thousands clothing with confederate flags on them. What is even worse is that a lot of the people in governments here in the United States of America have already agreed to force the removal of confederate flags, then I have heard something that is even more nonsense is that Mitch McConnell a senior United States senator from Kentucky who happens to be a Republican are requesting to remove the Jefferson Davis statue from Jefferson Davis State Historic site in Kentucky on 258 Pembroke-Fairview road in Pembroke city because Jefferson Davis is associated with confederate flags. It’s just not confederate flags that happens to be banned from shelves in several stores such as Wal-Mart, it is also banned from one of internet giant Amazon and what is even crazier is that the production who produce the Dukes of Hazzard shows and movies are banning the General Lee confederate flags off their famous orange 1969 Dodge Charger along with their Duke of Hazzards orange cars toys from anywhere.