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  1. Trumpists............🐷💩💩💩. 😂😂😂😂😷
  2. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Didn’t he coach the Falcons when Vick was there? Oh yeah, that was Howdy Doody, My Bad.😷
  3. Right before COVID-19 came on the seen, I had a bunch of Skywalker OG, seriously GOOD cannabis. It’s been around for awhile but really superb weed. My girl just brought me some Strawberry Lemonade........where the fuck do they get these names? This stuff is perfect for cleaning & sanitizing your house, then chilling and bingeing your fav streaming series. Beats the hell outta watching the number of those infected and deaths rise and the market continually slips downward. It’s nice to know that sooner or later normal life will come back, possibly changed a bit, hopefully for the better. Hope none of you lose anyone close to you. It’s a bit scary for me right now, though I’m in relatively good health, I’m 66 and therefore a prime candidate to get seriously ill or worse, same for my wife (don’t all of you applaud at once, you’ll overload the bandwidth). Stay safe you NippleDicks!😷
  4. Trumpists..........💩😩 😂😂😂😂
  5. https://www.joebucsfan.com/2020/04/new-uniforms-unveiled-next-week/#more-238906
  6. Tell ya what Raycist, when Brady lifts up his 7th, that’s SEVENTH Lombardi Trophy, I’ll send you a TB#12 BUCS Jersey. You don’t need to do anything but hang out here and worship the most vile piece of shit to ever hold elected office. Just make sure you stay in and practice COVID-19 protocol so you you’ll still be around by seasons end, if we even have a 2020 season. I find it funny all these fans jumping on the Brady Bandwagon, let’s see what they do if this season doesn’t take place and all want their $$ back. I couldn’t care less about a players political leanings are if he’s good enough to help us win a Lombardi trophy.........especially winning it in RayJay. BTW, we’re you one of those upset about what you all took as Michael Thomas saying he hated white people? Does that mean you hope he has a miserable season? Yeah, I didn’t think so, you hypocritical fruitcake!
  7. Oh Jeesh!! Stay tough dude! Sounds like you’ve gotta good case, but screw the $$, your health is what’s paramount! All the best....
  8. Four more years of COVID-19? Let’s hope not!☠️
  9. Good idea! Best of luck, hope you feel better. I’ve heard that some eventually get symptoms that are far worse than the flu 😷
  10. Evidently a good friend of Cheffie & Faceless. Pastor of Tampa church that held two large Sunday services arrested, jailed Pastor Rodney Howard-Browne of The River at Tampa Bay Church was booked into a local jail on Monday on charges of unlawful assembly and violating Hillsborough County’s stay-at-home order. He posted bail 30 minutes later. Pastor Rodney Howard-Browne of The River at Tampa Bay Church turned himself in on charges of unlawful assembly and violation of public health emergency rules. The charges were filed against him in Hillsborough County for holding two services on Sunday for scores of worshipers, violating a county order for residents to stay at home to limit the spread of coronavirus. [Hernando County Sheriff's Office | Facebook] Stories about the coronavirus pandemic are free to read as a public service at tampabay.com/coronavirus. If this coverage is important to you, consider supporting local journalism by subscribing to the Tampa Bay Times attampabay.com/subscribe. • • • TAMPA — Megachurch Pastor Rodney Howard-Browne and the River at Tampa Bay Church had been warned. The Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office received an anonymous tip that the pastor planned to hold services Sunday in violation of county orders asking residents to stay home and limit gatherings to slow the coronavirus. Sheriff’s officials said they warned church lawyers on Friday and Sunday about the “dangerous environment they were creating for their members and the community.” But Howard-Browne, the self-proclaimed “Holy Ghost bartender” and COVID-19 conspiracy theorist, ignored those warnings. He held two large services on Sunday, deputies said, and even bused people in to the church at 3738 River International Drive. The church live-streamed the morning “Main Event” service on its Facebook page, showing congregants shoulder-to-shoulder while the church band played. Pastor Rodney Howard-Browne of The River at Tampa Bay Church turned himself in on charges of unlawful assembly and violation of public health emergency rules. The charges were filed against him in Hillsborough County for holding two services on Sunday for scores of worshipers, violating a county order for residents to stay at home to limit the spread of coronavirus.[Hernando County Sheriff's Office] That’s why Howard-Browne was arrested Monday on misdemeanor charges of unlawful assembly and violating quarantine orders during a public health emergency, said Hillsborough Sheriff Chad Chronister. “Because of the reckless disregard of public safety and after repeated requests and warnings, I worked with our state attorney, Andrew Warren, to obtain a warrant for unlawful assembly and violation of public health emergency rules, both of which are second degree misdemeanors,” Chronister said. “Our goal here is not to stop anyone from worshiping, but the safety and well-being of our community must always come first." Chronister and Warren held a news conference Monday announcing the charges before the pastor was in custody. That day, the number of confirmed coronavirus cases across Florida surged past 5,700. Warren then took to the lectern and quoted the Bible. “I’d remind the good pastor of Mark 12:31, which said there’s no more important commandment than to love thy neighbor as thyself,” Warren said. “Loving your neighbors is protecting them, not jeopardizing their health by exposing them to this deadly virus.” • • • Howard-Browne, 58, was arrested at his Hernando County home and booked into the county jail there at about 2:20 p.m., records show. He was freed about 40 minutes later after posting $500 bail. He will have to appear in Hillsborough County court to answer the charges but no date has been set yet. Howard-Browne is originally from South Africa, where at age 5 he said he committed his life to Christ. Eventually he and his family settled in the bay area, buying a house in the gated New Tampa community of Cory Lake Isles. He quickly gained fame for high-energy productions and the “holy laughter” of his congregants, who danced wildly in the aisles. In more recent years, he joined evangelical leaders who met with President Trump and laid hands on him during a 2017 Oval Office meeting. The pastor also promulgates many right-wing conspiracy theories. Most recently, at a March 22 sermon, the pastor said the coronavirus pandemic was a “phantom plague” created by the Chinese but also somehow planned at a Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation event, according to Right Wing Watch.
  11. Pastor of Tampa church that held two large Sunday services arrested, jailed Pastor Rodney Howard-Browne of The River at Tampa Bay Church was booked into a local jail on Monday on charges of unlawful assembly and violating Hillsborough County’s stay-at-home order. He posted bail 30 minutes later. Pastor Rodney Howard-Browne of The River at Tampa Bay Church turned himself in on charges of unlawful assembly and violation of public health emergency rules. The charges were filed against him in Hillsborough County for holding two services on Sunday for scores of worshipers, violating a county order for residents to stay at home to limit the spread of coronavirus. [Hernando County Sheriff's Office | Facebook] Stories about the coronavirus pandemic are free to read as a public service at tampabay.com/coronavirus. If this coverage is important to you, consider supporting local journalism by subscribing to the Tampa Bay Times attampabay.com/subscribe. • • • TAMPA — Megachurch Pastor Rodney Howard-Browne and the River at Tampa Bay Church had been warned. The Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office received an anonymous tip that the pastor planned to hold services Sunday in violation of county orders asking residents to stay home and limit gatherings to slow the coronavirus. Sheriff’s officials said they warned church lawyers on Friday and Sunday about the “dangerous environment they were creating for their members and the community.” But Howard-Browne, the self-proclaimed “Holy Ghost bartender” and COVID-19 conspiracy theorist, ignored those warnings. He held two large services on Sunday, deputies said, and even bused people in to the church at 3738 River International Drive. The church live-streamed the morning “Main Event” service on its Facebook page, showing congregants shoulder-to-shoulder while the church band played. Pastor Rodney Howard-Browne of The River at Tampa Bay Church turned himself in on charges of unlawful assembly and violation of public health emergency rules. The charges were filed against him in Hillsborough County for holding two services on Sunday for scores of worshipers, violating a county order for residents to stay at home to limit the spread of coronavirus.[Hernando County Sheriff's Office] That’s why Howard-Browne was arrested Monday on misdemeanor charges of unlawful assembly and violating quarantine orders during a public health emergency, said Hillsborough Sheriff Chad Chronister. “Because of the reckless disregard of public safety and after repeated requests and warnings, I worked with our state attorney, Andrew Warren, to obtain a warrant for unlawful assembly and violation of public health emergency rules, both of which are second degree misdemeanors,” Chronister said. “Our goal here is not to stop anyone from worshiping, but the safety and well-being of our community must always come first." Chronister and Warren held a news conference Monday announcing the charges before the pastor was in custody. That day, the number of confirmed coronavirus cases across Florida surged past 5,700. Warren then took to the lectern and quoted the Bible. “I’d remind the good pastor of Mark 12:31, which said there’s no more important commandment than to love thy neighbor as thyself,” Warren said. “Loving your neighbors is protecting them, not jeopardizing their health by exposing them to this deadly virus.” • • • Howard-Browne, 58, was arrested at his Hernando County home and booked into the county jail there at about 2:20 p.m., records show. He was freed about 40 minutes later after posting $500 bail. He will have to appear in Hillsborough County court to answer the charges but no date has been set yet. Howard-Browne is originally from South Africa, where at age 5 he said he committed his life to Christ. Eventually he and his family settled in the bay area, buying a house in the gated New Tampa community of Cory Lake Isles. He quickly gained fame for high-energy productions and the “holy laughter” of his congregants, who danced wildly in the aisles. In more recent years, he joined evangelical leaders who met with President Trump and laid hands on him during a 2017 Oval Office meeting. The pastor also promulgates many right-wing conspiracy theories. Most recently, at a March 22 sermon, the pastor said the coronavirus pandemic was a “phantom plague” created by the Chinese but also somehow planned at a Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation event, according to Right Wing Watch.
  12. Rather hilarious that you attack the left to try and justify your ignorance. As Ray said earlier, he believes those concerned with our environment and its sustainability, are far left extremists. Face it, you fools have proved to the entire world you’re some of the most ignorant humans on the planet. Yet it’s easily understood why you refuse to accept it, considering what you say here and who you hold up as your cult leader.
  13. That could just as easy be the aftermath of a Trump/NAZI Rally.
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