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September 8, 2014, 02:25 PM

Originally Posted by Slider View Post
This pretty much any company is going to fire you over something like this.
They built a statue of a murderer. Ravens just gave into public pressure today; trying to save face. Everybody knew what happened, including the police. There was nothing moral about their choice. "Ray Rice is unemployed today not because he knocked his fiancée unconscious, but because we've all seen the tape of it."

Just like Atlanta Hawks owner, Bruce Levenson. He didn't make a moral decision in "telling" on himself (about a letter that is isn't even really racist). He's just looking for an excuse to sell. NBA bans Donald Sterling for life, but his housing discrimination practices (which are way worse than his comments to his jump-off) happened for YEARS.

It's all about money over bitches.

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