Last week, I shared this news on social media. I’ve switched from being a Duke fan to rooting for the University of Notre Dame! Go Irish!
Above is a collage of pictures from my visit to Culver Academies yesterday! Former Yankees owner George Steinbrenner has multiple buildings on the campus named in his honor. It is a neat place!
Above is a tweet that was tweeted yesterday, by a young man who has committed to playing for Notre Dame basketball named Dane Goodwin. It has been retweeted by Notre Dame recruiting coordinator/defensive line coach Mike Elston and Notre Dame’s basketball video coordinator Eric Atkins. Hopefully you all can see his blatant grammar error. Notre Dame is a rigorous academic campus. If Dane Goodwin messes up apart vs. a part on a college essay, you’ll know why. Atkins should have direct messaged him and said “We’re pumped you’ve committed, yet we want you to delete and repost the tweet, and show the correct apart vs. a part knowledge!
The tragedy in Manchester in the United Kingdom yesterday was VERY SAD to hear about. People were exiting an Ariana Grande concert as it happened. This morning, I was watching an interview that Robin Roberts was conducting with two of the young ladies that had attended the concert. I don’t recall the exact answers that the concertgoers gave to whether just one of them had attended a Bruno Mars concert a couple of weeks ago at the same venue, known as Manchester Arena, or they both had, but an interesting comment was made.
The comment was made that the security at the Bruno Mars concert was much more intense, and much more thorough, than the Ariane Grande concert security was. My question is: why was this the case? Were different security companies used? Did they feel one concert brought rowdier fans than another?
I know it’s probably difficult, at large concerts, to be thorough, but I think it’s a necessity. Police and security personnel cannot allow discrepancies to occur. In this day and age, I think that CONSISTENTLY STRICT AND STRINGENT security procedures need to be adopted in every nation, at every venue, and in every situation that people are gathered in large numbers.
I would love to see any college papers that LaVar Ball wrote. I’d like to see if he’s any better at expressing himself through writing than he is verbally. He did an interview recently with Shannon Sharpe and Skip Bayless, and the following quotes concern me.
I know there is freedom of speech, but he does little to sound intelligent.
LaVar Ball: “No, I didn’t have to seek no advice, because it’s mine.”
LaVar Ball: “He don’t have to play a game. He did more than enough. Look what he did for UCLA. He sold that place out, it ain’t been sold out in 10 years. What you mean he ain’t did enough?
LaVar Ball: “Because he ain’t Lonzo Ball
Does he know better? A former social media post of his, which has since been edited, confused worse and worst.
Maybe LaVar can use some of the Benjamin’s he is making from this shoe deal to actually obtain an education. The public persona he is putting out there is that a kindergartner can speak more intellectually than LaVar Ball.
The media will take any opportunity it gets to slam conservatives. Instead of looking at covering only what President Trump said to and about the Patriots yesterday as he celebrated their Super Bowl win, they took the opportunity to say how the crowd size was larger when Obama celebrated teams. Why can’t we just have a media that covers the things said? The liberal media upsets me. We don’t need their biased opinions. Just cover the things the President remarked as he honored the team.