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Chip Bok for October 09, 2019

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    Madzdad the bard  about 1 month ago

    Money talks, bull*%)t walks. Some things never change.

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    jmworacle  about 1 month ago

    Just wait until the Chinese government passes a bill similar to the restroom bill passed in North Carolina.

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    Concretionist  about 1 month ago

    Funny how the Right Wingers are suddenly not okay with folks who are all about the money and the market opportunities.

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    Zebrastripes  about 1 month ago

    The world revolves around the almighty dollar….

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    quixotic1  about 1 month ago

    Hey, China, got any dirt on ivanka? There’s plenty of corruption there, and trump is all about rooting out corruption.

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    shelworth  about 1 month ago

    Does anyone else think it’s odd that in a sport that’s 80% Black there is not support for a subjugated people?

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    Darsan54 Premium Member about 1 month ago

    God forbid, anyone anywhere in sports have any morality.

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    martens  about 1 month ago

    NBA Commissioner Adam Silver is affirming the league will not censor players or front-office personnel, saying “freedom of expression” is paramount for the league, which has been criticized for its response to an employee’s tweet about pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong.

    Silver says the NBA is not apologizing for a now-deleted tweet from Houston Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey that thrust the NBA into tumult over its business dealings in China in recent days.

    “The long-held values of the NBA are to support the freedom of expression and certainly freedom of expression by members of the NBA community,” Silver says, speaking at a news conference near Tokyo on Tuesday.

    https://www.npr.org/2019/10/08/768225490/nba-defends-freedom-of-speech-for-employees-as-china-moves-to-block-block-games

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    Michael W. Barr Premium Member about 1 month ago

    On October 1, 2019, Trump tweeted: “Congratulations to President Xi and the Chinese people on the 70th Anniversary of the People’s Republic of China!” Funny how none of you neocons have taken Trump to task for this bit of authoritarian adulation.

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    William Bednar Premium Member about 1 month ago

    Yeah, they buy sneakers by the billions!

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    The Wolf In Your Midst  about 1 month ago

    And we, the enablers, wag our fingers and go “tsk tsk tsk”.

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    What if we saved the money we spent on watching grown men play games, and instead spent it on more important things?

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    AndrewSihler  about 1 month ago

    Do they ever. And components of the NBA make big bucks in China. (Or did. The Chinees are verrry touchy about criticism.)

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    Retired engineer  about 1 month ago

    There are millions of shoes sold in China every year with the Nike logo. 3 or 4 pairs actually came from Nike.

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    PLauer1  about 1 month ago

    USA bigshots are anti Hong Kong troublemakers? Don’t they have a piece of Hong Kong industry? I guess they got out while it was still sweet. So now what? Always bet on the big fella, that’s it. Winning makes better chitchat. We pick fights very carefully. Didja know our pilots dumped navy seals way before target in the ocean en route to that silly little island, whaddya callit? No possible antiaircraft fire for them, no sir. Drowned the seals, well anyone can make a mistake & get smooth away with it.

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