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Instead, use it to promote interesting quirks, even if you do not share them. Please don make or upvote one word comments such as "yes" or "no". Mature topics are acceptable, but please keep in mind that this is not an 18+ subreddit. Contact a moderator if you have any questions. I promise we don bite. (Well actually we don know about that one, no one has asked if anyone else bites yet.) Run for your lives, they are eating people. Men Nike Free Run 2 Black White Purple Anthracite ,Nike Roshe Run Hyp Women New Green Red Women Nike Free Run 3 Total Orange Silver Platinum Volt Women Nike Free Run 3 Light Bone Vivid Orange Men Nike Free Run 3.0 V4 Dark Grey Electric Green Wolf Grey Women Nike Free Run 3 Hot Punch Pink Grey Women Nike Free Run 3 Magenta Silver Platinum Purple Men Nike Free Run 4.0 V2 Wolf Grey Reflective Silver Cool Grey Women Nike Free Run 3 Gym Red White Reflect Silver Volt Nike Roshe Run Hyp Women Grey Pink Quilted Hi, my name is Kevin Adams. I'm here to tell you about types of mountain bike shoes. In my hands, I have two types of different mountain bike shoes. This one, in my left hand, is a more casual style, with a regular lace up. Looks very similar to a regular mountain walking shoe, that kind of thing or a hiking shoe. But it does have facility for a clip less pedal. Now, this shoe can be used as a clip less shoe, as I had it setup here. Or, you can use it with a regular pedal. You just don't cut out the rubber section. What that does is, it gives you a nice, stiff, soled shoe, that isn't extremely expensive and isn't too extreme of design, like this one. Now, this one here, is designed with a buckle and Velcro straps. That's a higher end shoe, that one actually, has carbon fiber on the in sole, making it a light and stiff sole. Plus you get toes, spikes, so that you can dig into the ground a little better, when you're running. Here is the more performance oriented mountain bike shoe and a clip less pedal. This is how this works, a little clip, slides right in there. And when you step down and pedal around, that clips into place. The way to get it off, is just to turn our heel out. My name is Kevin Adams, and that's types of mountain bikes shoes. Men Nike Free Run 2 Black White Purple Anthracite,Let's face it, we're addicted to the NFL, and no spitting contest between the players and owners is going to change that. Major League Baseball has been a really good model for that. For about 20 years, its players and owners did their best to kill the sport every three to five years. They couldn't do it. They tried like hell, but they just couldn't do it. In fact, it's actually pretty funny seeing these people fight over this huge pile of money. Both sides seem determined to establish themselves as the ones on the higher moral ground. Can you please stop it? You're fighting over a big pile of money, and when it's over, no matter who gets the bigger piece, you'll all be filthy rich. In other words, there will be no losers. No one will lose health care or retirement. The minimum salary will still be obscenely high. The rookie wage scale will be fair, perhaps not outrageous, but fair. If the players do accept rollbacks, they will not be significant. The average NFL career is only about three years, but if a player takes care of his money and doesn't feel compelled to have nine cars, he'll have a nice springboard into a second career. As for the owners, they'll still have their private jets and their yachts and their dozens of homes. In other words, these are not people deserving of our sympathy. Neither side. Not you. Not them. (David Barron forwarded me an email with the following: During the Fall TV season, the 19 most watched programs in America were NFL games. During the 17 week regular season, an NFL game was the most watched thing on TV every single week.) Let's be clear about who picked this fight. That would be the owners. They've decided the players are making too much money. They've decided the players ought to help pay some of their stadium debt. As Drew Brees tweeted this morning, "The NFL brought this fight to us. They want $1 billion back. We just want financial information to back up that request." So even though the game is awash in prosperity, even though it has never been more popular, the owners are prepared to shut the whole thing down until the players get desperate enough to come back to the bargaining table and say, "Uncle." The owners say they need help paying their mortgage, and when the players said, "OK, show us," the owners responded, "Can't do that. You just have to trust us." Judge Doty threw a monkey wrench into the plan by telling the owners that they can't have their TV money unless there are games being played. Those TV contracts exposed the owners as having planned for a lockout and put them in position to survive a long time while the players were missing paychecks. If the players decertify the union, all hell will break lose. Once the courts replace negotiation as the primary means to getting the players back on the field, it's impossible to know how long the thing will last. Maybe there really will be games lost. Maybe winning and losing this battle is that important. It's hard to get your mind around the fact that a business doing so well would be shut down, but it wouldn't be the first time men of means and ego do something really dumb. Besides, they know we'll all come running back whenever they reopen the doors, and that must be of great comfort. In the end, they're risking nothing. Recently saw on the NFL network the documentary about the AFL and it was refreshing to see Lamar Hunt and others doing everything the could to keep the league alive. You get the sense from the interviews that most of those owners were in the league because they loved football and believed in Lamar vision, not because it seemed like get rich quick scheme. These group of owners we have now are a little too Donald Trump for my liking, only worried about bottom lines and how to squeeze a dollar outta 15 cents. . . While I agree fans will come back I do think many fans will become even more disgusted with the overall monetary value that professional football has become. With the poor ecomonic conditions and recent recession period, we as fans have a choice on what and where we spend our entertainment dollars and the NFL industry does need to be careful because the success they have acheived over the years with building the NFL prodcut into what it is today can take a hit because of their greed. You know Richard, if my memory serves me correctly and that is debateable at times, the last baseball strike did have a negative impact. It seems like it took a year or two before attendance and TV ratings returned to where it they were before the stirke. It took Mark and Sammy and their home run chase (we now know was steriod induced) to get real excitement back to the game. So I do agree that fans will return after this is all settled, but if it does linger and the season is threaten or reduced to something lesser than what we as fans expect, then many fans may choose to spend their entertainment dollars elsewhere and it will have a negative impact to the bottom line. Probably short term but never the less a negative impact. I do hope you won lose any readers that want to throw the principles of capitalism away and embrace the economics associated with a democratic republic agenda. So will you go far enough to talk about replacement players, whether anybody will show up and will the NFL network carry the games? I assume the idea of the hasn surfaced yet how would that work if the Union will Decertify again? I am blind disabled veteran drawing disability. As I sat down this month to pay bills I made the mistake of watching a piece on the NFL labor situation on TV. After listening to their arguements about money I looked at the $1,200.00 GROSS I made this month and realized that if I wanted to attend a game I would have to save every penny of my discretionary income for 9 MONTHS in order to see a game in person. I have to agree that usually I go back after a lockout, but no more. I cannot afford the Tums. you wrote, the players decertify the union, all hell will break lose. Once the courts replace negotiation as the primary means to getting the players back on the field, it impossible to know how long the thing will last. I understand it, the union has to make the first move, which is decertification. This is a preemptive move to enable anti trust lawsuits IF the NFL locks the players out. If the union decertifies, why would the NFL lock the players out? What is the benefit? The union is gone and the NFL could impose its own rules to operate under until such time the union could recertify under a new CBA. A lockout only opens the door for the union to drag this into court. A lockout only applies pressure once games are cancelled. Why lock this players out now? Well Rj, I for one can wait until next season, but I don mind how long it will take either. I side with the owners, it their business and the players, are simply employees. The owners ask that the players kick in to build a new stadium somewhere, knowing they won So the players give up something the owners want, so the owners drop it. The same goes for the 18 game season, and the players keep asking to see the books (which I find absurd) knowing the owners won so they can get something. I want to see the owners take back their league, give more benefits to the retiree and set a rookie wage scale. I also like to see the veterans scale go up, and less to these one year wonders is football, if it delays the season so be it, once college football is on, the networks will kick in plan Monday Night College Football! YEAH BABY! And when the players and owners see the money they are both losing, they will get serious, and talk with a purpose. Everything the last two weeks has been a show for the people. What sucks, is teams that needed free agency (pick the first team that comes to mind) to improve, might not get it. Justice, you should write an article on why we don need the NFL. I am unfortunatley a Houston fan, but this past season when I realized they stunk, I stopped watching. You know what; It didn hurt a bit. Just increase your college football watching on saturdays and spend time with family on sunday. Besides it is our money they are fighting over anyway. I say we find someone with the nuts and clout to form this union and demand to sit in on negotiations. and bye bye. You killed the golden goose.
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"We played our absolute worst football the last two weeks and we've got to change it," Houston safety Ed Reed said. The Texans had 95 yards of penalties, lost two fumbles and Yates threw two interceptions. Schaub had 186 yards passing and Yates finished with 98 yards passing. Watt is frustrated by Houston's slide, and knows they have to figure out a way to get back on track before next week's trip to undefeated Kansas City. "Nobody enjoys this," he said. "I don't know what kind of words I can say to make anybody feel better. All I can do is go to work." Bradford was 12 of 16 for 117 yards. Rookie Zac Stacy had 18 carries for 79 yards in his second straight start. Brian Quick's 4 yard touchdown reception extended the Rams' lead to 24 6 early in the third quarter. Rodney McLeod forced the fumble by Martin on the ensuing kickoff and Bates, an undrafted free agent, scooped it up and returned it 11 yards, diving into the end zone for the score. 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The Texans were driving later in the first when Ogletree forced a fumble by rookie DeAndre Hopkins at the end of a 12 yard reception. James Laurinaitis recovered it and returned it 43 yards. The Rams were unable to move the ball after the fumble and settled for a 42 yard field goal by Greg Zuerlein to push the lead to 10 0 early in the second quarter. Houston cut the lead to 10 3 with a 20 yard field goal by Randy Bullock. Another 2 yard pass by Bradford this one to Lance Kendricks extended the lead to 17 3. An unnecessary roughness penalty on Brian Cushing for a late hit on Bradford helped that drive. Houston settled for another field goal just before halftime when Schaub's pass on third down fell incomplete to make it 17 6 at halftime. About the only highlight for Houston on Sunday was the play of Arian Foster, who finished with 20 carries for 141 yards. He added four catches for 57 yards. NOTES: Martin has an injured shoulder. . 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