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Re: National Anthem Protest

Postby truthhurts17 » Fri Sep 29, 2017 12:13 pm

Be careful 51 Coach Harvey (FCSA football) will threaten to stalk you and beat you up...hes not a big believer in free speech or anyone disagreeing with him!
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Re: National Anthem Protest

Postby Leman Saunders » Sat Sep 30, 2017 4:15 pm

Crosby Victory and Praise private school 6man team...
http://www.ktxs.com/news/texas/texas-co ... /628523793
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Re: National Anthem Protest

Postby topher80 » Sat Sep 30, 2017 7:52 pm

Private schools.. does that make it easier to boot a kid off the team? Is it harder to kick a kid off who kneels and attends Fort Davis, Trinidad, Follett, Calvert, High Island, or Gordon?
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Re: National Anthem Protest

Postby FCSA football » Sat Sep 30, 2017 11:02 pm

A word of Caution Truthhurts, if you cross the line of libel and slander you WILL find yourself in court.
You see I never "threaten" as you incorrectly allege.
I make Promises, which I Keep.
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Re: National Anthem Protest

Postby truthhurts17 » Sat Sep 30, 2017 11:16 pm

YOUR WORDS

"But you probably don't realize just how easy it is to backtrack you and find out who you are where you live etc.
So keep up with your hysterical rants, just don't be surprised when one day, someone comes up behind you, taps you on the shoulder and says........."
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Re: National Anthem Protest

Postby FCSA football » Sat Sep 30, 2017 11:23 pm

I support Coach Mitchem 110%. I would have done the same thing.
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Re: National Anthem Protest

Postby FCSA football » Sat Sep 30, 2017 11:26 pm

Truthhurts....Seems you conveniently left out "the rest of the story".
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Re: National Anthem Protest

Postby 51eleven » Sun Oct 01, 2017 12:20 am

FCSA football wrote:A word of Caution Truthhurts, if you cross the line of libel and slander you WILL find yourself in court.
You see I never "threaten" as you incorrectly allege.
I make Promises, which I Keep.


A sixman coach is threating suit over comments on this site? Is the Newby thread to be presented in evidence? Lot's of billable hours there. I never realized many sixman coaches could afford a decent (is there such a thing?) I mean half axed "counselor".
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Re: National Anthem Protest

Postby topher80 » Sun Oct 01, 2017 10:23 am

hahaahahahahah omg... cannot imagine a lawyer going through the Newby thread.

FCSA is full of hot wind 51... just ignore him.
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Re: National Anthem Protest

Postby Coach Fudge » Sun Oct 01, 2017 11:53 am

FCSA football wrote:A word of Caution Truthhurts, if you cross the line of libel and slander you WILL find yourself in court.
You see I never "threaten" as you incorrectly allege.
I make Promises, which I Keep.


Dude, you are a coward! You are on this board calling people out, calling people names, everytime Coach Swartz posts you remind them of how he cancelled on you, etc. Then someone makes a joke about how you are a "tough guy," and then you threaten to sue them.

You deserve to "have someone tap you on the shoulder..."
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Re: National Anthem Protest

Postby Texman301 » Sun Oct 01, 2017 12:11 pm

Let him come "tap me on the shoulder"!
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Re: National Anthem Protest

Postby FCSA football » Sun Oct 01, 2017 2:03 pm

My, my, my. Name callers, make believe tough guys, and just plain " Wa, Wa, Wa, I want to be noticed".
I just love the tough guys, the ones who have never looked down the wrong end of a gun. These are The kind of guys that get road rage, flip someone off, and then you read in paper about the guy that got blown away by a Southside gangbanger because he "dissed me".
The Guys that have Never been in the military, law enforcement or any other profession where you encounter extreme danger that is real and personal. As General Patton said, you don't want to die for your county, you want the other guy die for his.
They think that sitting in front a computer screen is real life and they are "Masters of the Universe".
From personal experience, I can tell you it's never cool to see your own blood pumping out.
So what I have said, rather than "threatening" anybody is try to impart some wisdom.
As a detective, a part of my job at times was witnessing autopsies.
I've seen my share of "tough guys on a slab".
In the military, tough guys rarely last, smart guys usually do.
As far as walking up and tapping you on the shoulder, they might say "smile, your on candid camera",
Or " Mr. Smith, this is a subpoena, your wife has filed for divorce, or the ever popular, " Hi, I'm from the Publishers Clearing House and......."
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Re: National Anthem Protest

Postby KB12 » Sun Oct 01, 2017 3:43 pm

FCSA football wrote:My, my, my. Name callers, make believe tough guys, and just plain " Wa, Wa, Wa, I want to be noticed".
I just love the tough guys, the ones who have never looked down the wrong end of a gun. These are The kind of guys that get road rage, flip someone off, and then you read in paper about the guy that got blown away by a Southside gangbanger because he "dissed me".
The Guys that have Never been in the military, law enforcement or any other profession where you encounter extreme danger that is real and personal. As General Patton said, you don't want to die for your county, you want the other guy die for his.
They think that sitting in front a computer screen is real life and they are "Masters of the Universe".
From personal experience, I can tell you it's never cool to see your own blood pumping out.
So what I have said, rather than "threatening" anybody is try to impart some wisdom.
As a detective, a part of my job at times was witnessing autopsies.
I've seen my share of "tough guys on a slab".
In the military, tough guys rarely last, smart guys usually do.
As far as walking up and tapping you on the shoulder, they might say "smile, your on candid camera",
Or " Mr. Smith, this is a subpoena, your wife has filed for divorce, or the ever popular, " Hi, I'm from the Publishers Clearing House and......."


There is not a bigger example of "internet tough guy" than yourself. Your lack of self-awareness is truly amazing and would just be entertaining except you feel the need to prove how tough you are with insults to other coaches/programs and threats, sorry promises, to other posters.

The sad truth to all of this is you are a head football coach. Those poor kids deserve so much better.
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Re: National Anthem Protest

Postby topher80 » Sun Oct 01, 2017 5:03 pm

Being a high school teacher is a pretty dangerous job these days....

And well said KB12!
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Re: National Anthem Protest

Postby FCSA football » Sun Oct 01, 2017 5:56 pm

It's pretty obvious that some of you never bother to read the entire thread before you pontificate about matters. You just jump on someone's bandwagon.
So here goes with a couple of responses:
KB 12, I have NEVER run down anyone's program. Please find me an example. You can't. Apparently you believe you have the "right" to be judgmental and name call with nothing to back it up. I have however, provided financial support to other peoples programs.
Your other statement, about "threating to sue", is FALSE. I simply cautioned about crossing the line of libel and slander. Crossing that line can get really expensive for everyone. Very emotional issues means big bucks to lawyers.
Truthhurts, this my last mention of you. It is obvious you lack the emotional and mental maturity to be relevant. I think you have a couple of brothers on this site or you just have several cutie names. I see that you filed this one recently.
Coach Fudge, can you really stand up for someone that makes a home-away agreement with you and then cancels AFTER you go play them and then encourages another coach to cancel too. Really?
Also,once again, I didn't threaten anyone, that's an accusation the DRAMA QUEEN made earlier in this thread and everyone jumped on it. Kinda like everyone jumped on" taking a knee".

51Eleven, have you even read the entire thread? You are certainly right however, about the cost of litigation though. Litigation is to be avoided. Having said that, I have provided financial and legal support for a working Christian dad to get custody of his two sons from their abusive mother and her pornographic addicted, alcoholic boyfriend, who by the way, ended up incarcerated.
I have been very Blessed financially after about 30 plus years of hard work and risk taking, and even more Blessed in being able to share what God owns.
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