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Screenshot of Colin Kaepernick's Twitter account.
mr magoo April 11, 2014 at 02:43 pm
Wow - no comments. Lemme break the ice.... FESS UP COLIN! The truth will set you free. I thinkRead More that's tattooed to him somewhere. Why is it that young healthy men are out carousing and having shameful sex with young women...? I don't get it, I used to get it, but now I don't get so much....
Zoltan April 11, 2014 at 03:32 pm
Sounds as if the woman was possibly Roofied. Blood work and DNA analysis might provide a clearerRead More picture of what happened.
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Mary June 21, 2013 at 08:34 am
Why the F do you need a GD lame skate park? Isnt there anything more important that you could ofRead More built?. Just like the one in Hayward, losers hang around there selling drugs, drinking booze, littering.. Waste of taxpayers money.. If these kids need something to do then they can figure it out themselves, like we did when we were kids. We didn't need someone to amuse us and we did just fine... WHY DIDNT YOU MAKE A GRAFITTI PARK WHERE THESE BASTIDS COULD SCRIBBLE ALL THEIR GANG SIGNS THERE INSTEAD OF RUINING OUR WALLS ALL OVER TOWN.. NOW THERES AN IDEA EINSTEINS!!!
Jenn N Alfred Lanza June 23, 2013 at 07:46 am
This skatepark is a positive addition to Fremont. Mary (commenter above) please do not categorizeRead More these skaters with the people in gangs, drug dealers or graffiti taggers in this city. My son & his friends were part of the planning process back in 2010. They are good honor roll students now attending universities & do not sell drugs, drink booze or litter & neither do any of their friends. They actively volunteer in this community & are certainly not losers. This park has put Fremont on the map in the skate world. People all over California are coming in to skate what is said to be one of the best skate parks in Northern California. And while they are in our town I'm pretty sure they are grabbing a bite to eat or picking up snacks & drinks at a nearby grocery store which means they are spending money here in Fremont. When we were kids we didn't have things like this, yes we had to get creative & find things to do. Times are different. There is more crime unfortunately than back then. I would much rather see our kids skating at this park than in the streets. I'm a taxpayer & parent of one of these skaters and I fully support this skate park. I don't think Mary above even knows any skateboarders. She is just grouping them all together as losers (which I am offended by- my son & his friends are not losers) with the few bad people who choose to litter, tag & do illegal activities in the area. Go out to the park & get to know these skaters you will see they are good people.....
San Francisco 49ers' new Santa Clara stadium. Credit: Ken Guanga/Bay Tiger Productions
Jasper Stein May 22, 2013 at 11:33 am
Hurray for the SANTA CLARA 49ERS
Nick May 22, 2013 at 03:06 pm
So San Francisco picks up 2 Super Bowl L in the last 5 months.
Eyleen Nadolny May 2, 2013 at 02:43 pm
Bob Melvin is the best thing to happen to the A's in MANY years! Love him and the team! HowRead More appropriate it is that the team's "Root Beer Float Day" every year benefits the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation! Most important of all: KEEP THE A'S IN OAKLAND!!!
SPDTCTR May 3, 2013 at 02:41 am
Caesar designatus eundum!
Jon Spangler May 4, 2013 at 02:59 pm
Rick Eymer made a "bush league" grammatical error that should have been caught. SeeRead More paragraph 2: "Since signing a professional contract with the Detroit Tigers in 1981, Melvin HAS RODE a roller coaster of success and failure." Even a sports reporter should know better than this.....
Tim May 4, 2013 at 03:10 pm
Lets not get carried away.... they didn't exactly dominate Denver. In fact. GS blew an 18 point leadRead More and did all they could to lose it. They are talented but don't have enough experience to put away a very good team like San Antonio. The Warriors haven't won a game in San Antonio in years.... 29 consecutive loses. Warriors will be lucky to avoid getting swept.
Fran March 22, 2013 at 09:59 am
Cry me a river
noah arribas March 22, 2013 at 10:51 am
No mention of the recently declared ilegal real estate transactions San Jose provided the As? The AsRead More staying in the black has much more to do with league profit sharing than any contributions from Wolff. iMO, old stadiums are great, it makes the game affordable to the average fan and not designed for corporate ticket holders.
migueld March 23, 2013 at 11:44 am
What a little whiner this guy is! "We are assigned 2.5 million people, the other isRead More assigned 4.2 million people," Wolff said. "We have two counties assigned to us, there are six counties assigned to the other team." Which is ONLY a limiting factor if you can't give fans a reason to travel to watch your game(s). You know - like winning. Maybe if Lou spent more time focussing on building enterprise value ON THE FIELD instead of in the condo's he hopes to build AROUND THE FIELD - he'd get more traction. Lou says he "deserves" a new stadium. Why exactly? Because he's done so well by the City of Oakland (broke) or A's fans (more broke) ? Exactly WHY does Lou feel so entitled???????
David March 11, 2013 at 12:22 pm
I played for Michaletos at JFK way back in the 70s'. Coach Swift was 23 years old and making theRead More transition from former athlete to coaching. It was obvious even then that he was a "lifer". I will never forget how much fun it was when he let us borrow his Austin Healey! The fear of putting a scratch on Rich Swift's car was HUGE. Thank you to the NM students who videotaped the service. I could not make it down from Folsom but the live stream gave me a chance to be there. Thank you. God bless you Rich.
Jose M. Isla April 18, 2013 at 12:56 am
Who can ever forget the great athlete Rich Swift was at Mission San Jose High back in the lateRead More 1960's, graduating in 1970. He was an outstanding football player and one of the best high school wrestlers in the country. I never saw him lose a match.The only thing that kept him from competing in college (Cal Poly SLO) was an unfortunate knee injury. Thanks for the memories, Coach Swift. So many of us were in awe of you back when you competed at MSJ High School, and I understand you were just as awesome and inspirational as a coach!
sabrina March 8, 2013 at 05:24 pm
@Just Joined..... you must have some serious self confidence issues if it actually makes you feelRead More good inside to desecrate someones name after death!!! You are just jealous because you haven't touched peoples lives the way Coach I did and people more than likely wont remember you when you pass on. Sabrina Thompson Washington High School c/o 1998
Johnny Parra March 9, 2013 at 05:59 pm
I was a former player of Coach I's and I think I can speak from experience that he was a remarkableRead More man. As far as the cowardly comment buy a anonymous individual, You need to take off your pink panties and grow a pair! You waited how many years to make snide comments without putting a name attached to it? Everything you said was far from true. Coach I was a firm believer in execution, footwork, hand placement, and repetition. He didn't need to run trick plays. His offense was designed to punish defenses the old school way. His passion for football and the love of the game fueled so many. He scouted opposing teams down to the science. He turned many average talented teams into championship teams. What separates him from the rest was his concern off the field for his players. Coach I is an icon and legend. He deserves all the credit in the world! I was blessed to have a mentor like him. His passion for the game of football lives through me and thousands of others who had the pleasure of being coached by him. Thank you Coach Jim Ingram, we will meet again. Johnny Parra c/o 2000
Paul Landucci March 14, 2013 at 02:36 pm
This is Paul Landucci. Coach Ingram taught us to be uncomprimising in all aspects of life. I stillRead More apply his principles of hard work, intergity and execution to all apects of my work and family life. I played '70 to '73. I Graduated in 74. I know he is in heavenwith John Woodcock('72), who went on to 5 college all allstar games and played for the (Detroit Lions and San Diego Chargers)...probably telling John "If hold up your all league certificate maybe the oppostion will lie down for you!" He used to scream that at John, when John would start to let off a bit in practice. He taught me a lot and I am forever grateful. BTW...I am in the Sacto region....Has the service already happened? I've heard nothing, can someone let me know when the service is?
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