SF's douchebag Culliver has been getting reamed all day!
I've been watching ESPN sports talk shows today and many hosts/commentators have pointed out how poorly Culliver played in the Superbowl and how it almost seemed as though his play was indicative of some form of karmic retribution for his backward comments.
It's pretty cool watching straight media sports types lambast a homophobe and openly root against him. Our "gay" world is far from perfect, but it is changing for the better, ever so slowly.
|by That is all.||reply 13||02/05/2013|
I laughed when he got torched on Baltimore's third TD.
|by That is all.||reply 1||02/04/2013|
[quote]It's pretty cool watching straight media sports types lambast a homophobe and openly root against him.
|by That is all.||reply 2||02/04/2013|
This is a good catch, OP.
Times, they are a'changing!
|by That is all.||reply 3||02/04/2013|
So when is the media going to start doing this to bigoted Republican politicians?
|by That is all.||reply 5||02/04/2013|
[quote]I've been watching ESPN sports talk shows today
Are you sure you're gay?
|by That is all.||reply 6||02/04/2013|
based on comments for ESPN web site, most people support Culliver
|by That is all.||reply 8||02/04/2013|
R8, comments on ESPN are always insane. Like IMBD comments. It's always a few crazy trolls ruining everything.
R6, I watch Pardon the Interruption and First Take most weekdays.
I also watch Project Runway if that makes you feel better.
|by That is all.||reply 10||02/04/2013|
I hope everyone is supporting Brendon Ayanbadejo who is planning a media blitz in the wake of the Superbowl promoting marriage equality and human rights. He's a pretty incredible supporter of ours.
Like him on FB, follow him on Twitter, send him a tweet thanking him. He needs our support.
|by That is all.||reply 12||02/05/2013|