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In The End, The U.S. Patent Office, Not Public Demand, May Force Washington D.C.’s NFL Team To Change Its Nickname
Daniel Snyder remains defiant, vowing that he will never change his team’s nickname. And no one can make him! He is a rock! He cannot be beaten! He … wait! Is that The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office’s music I hear??
From nickname protests to hot dog attacks to a vendor being robbed at taser-point, this is not a good year to be associated with this franchise.
“The other day my girl wanted to have sex with me, I couldn’t even do it bruh. I’m just so hurt with these Redskins.”
Perhaps no one told Nike that the correct way to honor Native Americans is by donning a cap made of feathers and wielding a hachet, because the company will be outfitting four college basketball teams with some eye-catching turquoise uniforms this Sunday.
There are rumors that the Redskins are becoming the Braveharts. We like it. Details, after the jump.
This may be over the top — but if history has taught us anything, it’s that once the editorial cartoonists get on the opposite side of your issue, you’re pretty much toast.
Love him or hate him, Bob Costas doesn’t shy away from challenging topics. Last night, we felt like he put the “Redskins” name controversy to bed with a succinct, accurate explanation as to why it’s got to go, and why teams like the “Indians” and “Braves” can stay.
Damn dude, if there’s a short list of people you don’t want to misquote about race, it’s got to have your father-in-law on it. Reilly done fucked up this time, you guys. Check out the open letter Bob Burns wrote to clear the air about his feelings on the acceptability of the “Redskins” name.