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Because its number two to the Big Sister US in defense...i mean the cyst of the US in Defense because 10 million....(no lie) a day of US tax dollars are neatly placed in the hands of the Zionist Agenda; Israel has 'created' or borrowed a DARPA creation to rid of crowds indefinitely in .3 seconds. With a great chance of death for those who are infront of the emission and a great possibility of blown ear drums for those that are close and trampling for those far away!! Well they sure do know how to wrangle Arabs out of their own country!
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These are the last 61 things that I will say about the Seattle Sonics. No, that's a lie. These are the last 61 things that I will say until I think of some other things a few months down the road.These are the last 61 things that I will say about the Seattle Sonics. No, that's... more
As a long suffering Seattle sports fan I have to say this gets me pumped for football this year!
Seattle Times Newspaper
This is the speech coach Mike Holmgren should give tonight when he addresses his players on the eve of the Seahawks' first day of practice:
"Welcome back, gentlemen. Let me say that starting today I want you to think of this season differently than any season in your career, whether it's Pop Warner, prep or the Pro Bowl.
"This isn't just another NFL season we're entering. It's a rescue mission.
"Have you men been paying attention to the sports scene in this town? Have you scanned the sports pages?
"I mean it's as arid as the Kalahari Desert, as desolate as the surface of the moon. Sea of Tranquillity? In this city, it's more like the Sea of Hostility.
"The sports fans here are as desperate for good news as the brokers on Wall Street. Seattle's sports stock has plummeted like Starbucks'.
"Ask Nate Burleson.
"He grew up here. He went to Mariners games. He saw Ken Griffey Jr. score from first on the double by Edgar Martinez that beat the Yankees.
"He saw the Sonics in their heyday. He cheered for Gary Payton and Shawn Kemp. He watched that 1996 NBA Finals against the Chicago Bulls. He felt the pain of that Game 6 loss. Treated it like a personal insult.
"Nate's a Seattle sports fan. He caught passes for O'Dea before he caught them for us. Look at your teammate. He's hurting right now, and it's up to us to ease his pain and the pain of the thousands of fans just like him.
"In case you've spent the entire summer in the weight room, let me remind you that the Sonics are gone, gentlemen. They left for Oklahoma City, where they have been renamed the Thunder.
"OK, hold down the laughter. Yeah, I know, 'What a rinky-dink nickname, right?' It belongs in the arena league or maybe team tennis.
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"At 9:09 p.m. PST on Wednesday, George Michael raises the microphone to his mouth and shouts out to the audience at KeyArena: "How are you feeling, Seattle!!!"
Well, since you asked …
The Mariners are in last place, my wife dragged me to your concert, you just sang a buzz-killing cover of "First Time Ever I Saw Your Face" -- but worst of all, just a few hours ago the city caved in and agreed to a $45 million settlement with Clay Bennett that will allow the carpetbagger to move the Sonics to Oklahoma City after 41 years in Seattle, an even worse financial deal than giving Jim McIlvaine $35 million. So, George, while you're strutting around the KeyArena stage as the first official act of the post-Sonics era -- this is what we have to look forward to -- in what is now their former home?"
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Sorry Seattle, there is no saving your Sonics. That's the feeling of NBA commissioner David Stern, who said Saturday he expects the SuperSonics to leave the city, either this year or when their lease expires in 2010.
Sonics owner Clay Bennett has informed the league he plans to move the team to his hometown of Oklahoma City after this season. But a potential move is currently on hold after the city filed a lawsuit against the team, attempting to make it fulfill the terms of the lease.
Stern doesn't think there is much point.Sorry Seattle, there is no saving your Sonics. That's the feeling of NBA... more