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Donald Trump Wins Republican Presidential Debate On Fox

Donald Trump Wins Republican Presidential Debate On Fox - Video

Donald Trump Wins Republican Presidential Debate On Fox, but Dr. Ben Carson came in third place! Donald Trump: 38 percent Ted Cruz: 15.5 percent Neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson: 10.2 percent Florida Sen. Marco Rubio: 9.7 percent Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul: 9.3 percent Ohio Gov. John Kasich: 4.9 percent Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker: 4.5 percent Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee: 3.5 percent Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush: 2.5 percent New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie: 1.4 percent
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Donald Trump Wins Republican Presidential Debate On Fox

Donald Trump Wins Republican Presidential Debate On Fox - Video

Donald Trump Wins Republican Presidential Debate On Fox, but Dr. Ben Carson came in third place! Donald Trump: 38 percent Ted Cruz: 15.5 percent Neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson: 10.2 percent Florida Sen. Marco Rubio: 9.7 percent Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul: 9.3 percent Ohio Gov. John Kasich: 4.9 percent Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker: 4.5 percent Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee: 3.5 percent Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush: 2.5 percent New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie: 1.4 percent
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Poll: LA fans have eyes on the Chargers – The San Diego Union-Tribune

Poll: LA fans have eyes on the ChargersThe San Diego Union-TribuneA poll of the 5-county Los Angeles metro area found as much enthusiasm for the Chargers as for the St. Louis Rams, who played in the Los Angeles area for 48 seasons. The Raiders, who played a dozen years in Los Angeles, came in third. […]

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NFL's Eric Grubman Called Oakland Coliseum City Meeting Not Claudia Cappio

NFL's Eric Grubman Called Oakland Coliseum City Meeting Not Claudia Cappio - Video

Earlier this week, the several Alameda County sources called me to vent that the reason for their decision to offer to sell their share of the Oakland Coliseum was that the City of Oakland was dysfunctional. They pointed to Oakland Planning and Development Director Claudia Cappio as calling a Coliseum City meeting between City, County, Raiders and NFL that "no one wanted". Well, Eric Grubman did want the meeting and as it seems we were not ready. But the County Of Alameda should reconsider its idea of selling its part of the Oakland Coliseum to Oakland.
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NFL's Eric Grubman Called Oakland Coliseum City Meeting Not Claudia Cappio

NFL's Eric Grubman Called Oakland Coliseum City Meeting Not Claudia Cappio - Video

Earlier this week, the several Alameda County sources called me to vent that the reason for their decision to offer to sell their share of the Oakland Coliseum was that the City of Oakland was dysfunctional. They pointed to Oakland Planning and Development Director Claudia Cappio as calling a Coliseum City meeting between City, County, Raiders and NFL that "no one wanted". Well, Eric Grubman did want the meeting and as it seems we were not ready. But the County Of Alameda should reconsider its idea of selling its part of the Oakland Coliseum to Oakland.
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FitnessSF Oakland War On Straight Black Men #BlackLivesMatter

FitnessSF Oakland War On Straight Black Men #BlackLivesMatter - Video

FitnessSF terminated my 20-year gym membership Thursday, and frankly, I do not want it back. I was falsely accused of "following a certain woman around the gym" one day by whoever that women is (not the gym itself), and not continuously (and I say this openly), even though my friends at the gym served as witnesses and saying I did not do that and wasn't near a woman but talking to them. I have zero idea who the woman is, and I don't care who she is. But, as the video-blog above reveals, FitnessSF Oakland, SF Castro, Martin, South SF, harbor some members and staff who are hostile to straight black men. (And to put a fine point on it, I'm single, not married, so you can't go there and say I'm in some place I should not be. Sorry.) I completely supported FitnessSF's change from the Gold's Gym brand to one of their own, and because the CEO of Gold's Gym supported anti-gay organizations, but what has happened since the rebranding has been a wild set of developing social divisions between gays and straights and the addition of non-black women who exhibit paranoid behavior toward straight black men, and in some cases, men in general they perceive as straight. The latest story was of a man who said hello to a woman at FitnessSF Oakland, only to find himself at the receiving end of her fist. She hit him! For saying hello! This was told to me by two Latino brothers who are FitnessSF Oakland members. I'm happy I'm out of there but there's something really wrong overall. As the gym manager, a friend who's straight black and male, said to me today "You can't even talk or say a thing any more" It's a really scary place to be. But the even scarier problem is that black men don't talk about this and report how they're being violated, lied about, and miscast. I'm changing that, because someone has to. I'm a good person and there's nothing wrong with me - security cameras will confirm that FitnessSF. Black men have to stop saying "different rules for us" and work to change society before this slow decent into black male mental genocide goes too far. I'm also not trying to put down anyone gay at all. Indeed, as I told my friend, the FitnessSF Oakland general manager, if I filed a complaint every time someone who was gay and male looked at me, I'd have done that 10 times, but that would also mean I was homophobic. People have the right to be who they are, and I do to. I've fought for the rights of others, but now it's my turn to fight for my simple right not to be thought of as bad, as black men are stereotyped. Do you realize that, according to a 2015 Princeton University study by Sociologist David Pedulla, gay black men earn more in the job market than straight black men? Think about that for more than a minute - it means that straight black men are devalued. That's horrible. In this diverse society, some women in the Bay Area today seem to have little ways of working to avoid social contact with straight black men - lying about what that person does is one of them, and that's the problem at FitnessSF. I hope we don't come into a society with "straight" gyms and "gay" gyms, or "black gyms" and "white gyms" but it seems that's what is happening. Maybe a "Hip Hop" gym is a good idea. But all that aside, I did nothing at all wrong. It's too bad FitnessSF didn't let me prove that, but that's life. Now, I tell my story! In the SF Bay Area, there's a huge problem just getting on a BART train: some white folks assume you're going to get off in downtown Oakland because you're black, and so they stand real close to you thinking you're going to get up, only to realize you're not getting off. Or there's a constant pattern of many Asian women openly avoiding a seat next to a black man, regardless of how that person is dressed. Thankfully, people who have such problems are countered by folks who like to mix, but in our great city of Oakland, we have culture wars that are now played out at FitnessSF. Sad. Really sad. Visit our blog Zennie62.com here: http://ift.tt/1d6iMwr
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FitnessSF Oakland War On Straight Black Men #BlackLivesMatter

FitnessSF Oakland War On Straight Black Men #BlackLivesMatter - Video

FitnessSF terminated my 20-year gym membership Thursday, and frankly, I do not want it back. I was falsely accused of "following a certain woman around the gym" one day by whoever that women is (not the gym itself), and not continuously (and I say this openly), even though my friends at the gym served as witnesses and saying I did not do that and wasn't near a woman but talking to them. I have zero idea who the woman is, and I don't care who she is. But, as the video-blog above reveals, FitnessSF Oakland, SF Castro, Martin, South SF, harbor some members and staff who are hostile to straight black men. (And to put a fine point on it, I'm single, not married, so you can't go there and say I'm in some place I should not be. Sorry.) I completely supported FitnessSF's change from the Gold's Gym brand to one of their own, and because the CEO of Gold's Gym supported anti-gay organizations, but what has happened since the rebranding has been a wild set of developing social divisions between gays and straights and the addition of non-black women who exhibit paranoid behavior toward straight black men, and in some cases, men in general they perceive as straight. The latest story was of a man who said hello to a woman at FitnessSF Oakland, only to find himself at the receiving end of her fist. She hit him! For saying hello! This was told to me by two Latino brothers who are FitnessSF Oakland members. I'm happy I'm out of there but there's something really wrong overall. As the gym manager, a friend who's straight black and male, said to me today "You can't even talk or say a thing any more" It's a really scary place to be. But the even scarier problem is that black men don't talk about this and report how they're being violated, lied about, and miscast. I'm changing that, because someone has to. I'm a good person and there's nothing wrong with me - security cameras will confirm that FitnessSF. Black men have to stop saying "different rules for us" and work to change society before this slow decent into black male mental genocide goes too far. I'm also not trying to put down anyone gay at all. Indeed, as I told my friend, the FitnessSF Oakland general manager, if I filed a complaint every time someone who was gay and male looked at me, I'd have done that 10 times, but that would also mean I was homophobic. People have the right to be who they are, and I do to. I've fought for the rights of others, but now it's my turn to fight for my simple right not to be thought of as bad, as black men are stereotyped. Do you realize that, according to a 2015 Princeton University study by Sociologist David Pedulla, gay black men earn more in the job market than straight black men? Think about that for more than a minute - it means that straight black men are devalued. That's horrible. In this diverse society, some women in the Bay Area today seem to have little ways of working to avoid social contact with straight black men - lying about what that person does is one of them, and that's the problem at FitnessSF. I hope we don't come into a society with "straight" gyms and "gay" gyms, or "black gyms" and "white gyms" but it seems that's what is happening. Maybe a "Hip Hop" gym is a good idea. But all that aside, I did nothing at all wrong. It's too bad FitnessSF didn't let me prove that, but that's life. Now, I tell my story! In the SF Bay Area, there's a huge problem just getting on a BART train: some white folks assume you're going to get off in downtown Oakland because you're black, and so they stand real close to you thinking you're going to get up, only to realize you're not getting off. Or there's a constant pattern of many Asian women openly avoiding a seat next to a black man, regardless of how that person is dressed. Thankfully, people who have such problems are countered by folks who like to mix, but in our great city of Oakland, we have culture wars that are now played out at FitnessSF. Sad. Really sad. Visit our blog Zennie62.com here: http://ift.tt/1d6iMwr
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FitnessSF War On Straight Black Men #BlackLivesMatter

FitnessSF War On Straight Black Men #BlackLivesMatter - Video

FitnessSF terminated my 20-year gym membership Thursday, and frankly, I do not want it back. I was falsely accused of "following a certain woman around the gym" one day by whoever that women is (not the gym itself), and not continuously (and I say this openly), even though my friends at the gym served as witnesses and saying I did not do that and wasn't near a woman but talking to them. I have zero idea who the woman is, and I don't care who she is. But, as the video-blog above reveals, FitnessSF Oakland, SF Castro, Martin, South SF, harbor some members and staff who are hostile to straight black men. (And to put a fine point on it, I'm single, not married, so you can't go there and say I'm in some place I should not be. Sorry.) I completely supported FitnessSF's change from the Gold's Gym brand to one of their own, and because the CEO of Gold's Gym supported anti-gay organizations, but what has happened since the rebranding has been a wild set of developing social divisions between gays and straights and the addition of non-black women who exhibit paranoid behavior toward straight black men, and in some cases, men in general they perceive as straight. The latest story was of a man who said hello to a woman at FitnessSF Oakland, only to find himself at the receiving end of her fist. She hit him! For saying hello! This was told to me by two Latino brothers who are FitnessSF Oakland members. I'm happy I'm out of there but there's something really wrong overall. As the gym manager, a friend who's straight black and male, said to me today "You can't even talk or say a thing any more" It's a really scary place to be. But the even scarier problem is that black men don't talk about this and report how they're being violated, lied about, and miscast. I'm changing that, because someone has to. I'm a good person and there's nothing wrong with me - security cameras will confirm that FitnessSF. Black men have to stop saying "different rules for us" and work to change society before this slow decent into black male mental genocide goes too far. I'm also not trying to put down anyone gay at all. Indeed, as I told my friend, the FitnessSF Oakland general manager, if I filed a complaint every time someone who was gay and male looked at me, I'd have done that 10 times, but that would also mean I was homophobic. People have the right to be who they are, and I do to. I've fought for the rights of others, but now it's my turn to fight for my simple right not to be thought of as bad, as black men are stereotyped. Do you realize that, according to a 2015 Princeton University study by Sociologist David Pedulla, gay black men earn more in the job market than straight black men? Think about that for more than a minute - it means that straight black men are devalued. That's horrible. In this diverse society, some women in the Bay Area today seem to have little ways of working to avoid social contact with straight black men - lying about what that person does is one of them, and that's the problem at FitnessSF. I hope we don't come into a society with "straight" gyms and "gay" gyms, or "black gyms" and "white gyms" but it seems that's what is happening. Maybe a "Hip Hop" gym is a good idea. But all that aside, I did nothing at all wrong. It's too bad FitnessSF didn't let me prove that, but that's life. Now, I tell my story! In the SF Bay Area, there's a huge problem just getting on a BART train: some white folks assume you're going to get off in downtown Oakland because you're black, and so they stand real close to you thinking you're going to get up, only to realize you're not getting off. Or there's a constant pattern of many Asian women openly avoiding a seat next to a black man, regardless of how that person is dressed. Thankfully, people who have such problems are countered by folks who like to mix, but in our great city of Oakland, we have culture wars that are now played out at FitnessSF. Sad. Really sad. Visit our blog Zennie62.com here: http://ift.tt/1d6iMwr
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FitnessSF War On Straight Black Men #BlackLivesMatter

FitnessSF War On Straight Black Men #BlackLivesMatter - Video

FitnessSF terminated my 20-year gym membership Thursday, and frankly, I do not want it back. I was falsely accused of "following a certain woman around the gym" one day by whoever that women is (not the gym itself), and not continuously (and I say this openly), even though my friends at the gym served as witnesses and saying I did not do that and wasn't near a woman but talking to them. I have zero idea who the woman is, and I don't care who she is. But, as the video-blog above reveals, FitnessSF Oakland, SF Castro, Martin, South SF, harbor some members and staff who are hostile to straight black men. (And to put a fine point on it, I'm single, not married, so you can't go there and say I'm in some place I should not be. Sorry.) I completely supported FitnessSF's change from the Gold's Gym brand to one of their own, and because the CEO of Gold's Gym supported anti-gay organizations, but what has happened since the rebranding has been a wild set of developing social divisions between gays and straights and the addition of non-black women who exhibit paranoid behavior toward straight black men, and in some cases, men in general they perceive as straight. The latest story was of a man who said hello to a woman at FitnessSF Oakland, only to find himself at the receiving end of her fist. She hit him! For saying hello! This was told to me by two Latino brothers who are FitnessSF Oakland members. I'm happy I'm out of there but there's something really wrong overall. As the gym manager, a friend who's straight black and male, said to me today "You can't even talk or say a thing any more" It's a really scary place to be. But the even scarier problem is that black men don't talk about this and report how they're being violated, lied about, and miscast. I'm changing that, because someone has to. I'm a good person and there's nothing wrong with me - security cameras will confirm that FitnessSF. Black men have to stop saying "different rules for us" and work to change society before this slow decent into black male mental genocide goes too far. I'm also not trying to put down anyone gay at all. Indeed, as I told my friend, the FitnessSF Oakland general manager, if I filed a complaint every time someone who was gay and male looked at me, I'd have done that 10 times, but that would also mean I was homophobic. People have the right to be who they are, and I do to. I've fought for the rights of others, but now it's my turn to fight for my simple right not to be thought of as bad, as black men are stereotyped. Do you realize that, according to a 2015 Princeton University study by Sociologist David Pedulla, gay black men earn more in the job market than straight black men? Think about that for more than a minute - it means that straight black men are devalued. That's horrible. In this diverse society, some women in the Bay Area today seem to have little ways of working to avoid social contact with straight black men - lying about what that person does is one of them, and that's the problem at FitnessSF. I hope we don't come into a society with "straight" gyms and "gay" gyms, or "black gyms" and "white gyms" but it seems that's what is happening. Maybe a "Hip Hop" gym is a good idea. But all that aside, I did nothing at all wrong. It's too bad FitnessSF didn't let me prove that, but that's life. Now, I tell my story! In the SF Bay Area, there's a huge problem just getting on a BART train: some white folks assume you're going to get off in downtown Oakland because you're black, and so they stand real close to you thinking you're going to get up, only to realize you're not getting off. Or there's a constant pattern of many Asian women openly avoiding a seat next to a black man, regardless of how that person is dressed. Thankfully, people who have such problems are countered by folks who like to mix, but in our great city of Oakland, we have culture wars that are now played out at FitnessSF. Sad. Really sad. Visit our blog Zennie62.com here: http://ift.tt/1d6iMwr
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Mark Preston Time For CNN / YouTube Presidential Debates!

Mark Preston Time For CNN / YouTube Presidential Debates! - Video

Hey Mark Preston, CNN Politics Executive Editor, it's time to revive the CNN / YouTube Debate format again, where YouTubers send in their questions for the republican and democratic candidates! With more social media platforms than in 2007, when the term wasn't even officially coined, the approach would dominate the modern media cycle.
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Mark Preston Time For CNN / YouTube Debates!

Mark Preston Time For CNN / YouTube Debates! - Video

Hey Mark Preston, CNN Politics Executive Editor, it's time to revive the CNN / YouTube Debate format again, where YouTubers send in their questions for the republican and democratic candidates! With more social media platforms than in 2007, when the term wasn't even officially coined, the approach would dominate the modern media cycle.
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Jennifer Aniston Weds Justin Theroux in Los Angeles – New York Times

Jennifer Aniston Weds Justin Theroux in Los AngelesNew York TimesLOS ANGELES — Former “Friends” star Jennifer Aniston has married her longtime boyfriend Justin Theroux at their Los Angeles-area home in a secret ceremony that took the media and many of the couple’s guests by surprise, celebrity media reported on …Jennifer Aniston marries Justin Theroux at […]

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NFL owner Dean Spanos has eye on Los Angeles as Chargers open training camp – LA Daily News

NFL owner Dean Spanos has eye on Los Angeles as Chargers open training campLA Daily NewsNFL owner Dean Spanos has eye on Los Angeles as Chargers open training camp. San Diego Chargers President Dean Spanos, left, and Oakland Raiders owner Mark Davis are united in their quest to build a stadium in Carson. (AP file […]

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Los Angeles Dodgers Win Despite Rare Zack Greinke Struggles – H4TV ENTERTAINMENT

Los Angeles Dodgers Win Despite Rare Zack Greinke StrugglesH4TV ENTERTAINMENTLos Angeles Dodgers’ Zack Greinke rounds the bases after hitting a home run off Philadelphia Phillies starting pitcher David Buchanan during the third inning of a baseball game, Thursday, Aug. 6, 2015, in Philadelphia. Los Angeles won 10-8. (AP Photo …Philadelphia Phillies vs Los Angeles Dodgers […]

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