So, why did the NFL have the say on who advertises and who does not? Why wasn’t it the Network? The Network pays the NFL…….
The NFL rejected an ad from a veterans group that wanted to publish in its Super Bowl program. The full-page ad from AMVETS would have featured a military honor guard holding an American flag and the text #PleaseStand at the top of the page. After many NFL players chose to kneel in protest during the singing of…
AMVETS rejected by NFL because they would be making a political statement…….says the NFL. Which is exactly what the players have been doing. At least the AMVETS would have been paying for it. The players get paid despite making their political statement.
The NFL is a pathetic joke!
I don’t measure success by how many days of vacation the POTUS takes, but what are the accomplishments. BTW the phone is always near by, and many meetings and business are conducted on a golf course.
Those that bitch about Trump taking so many vacation days or has hit the course are the same people who don’t want him signing executive orders and want him OUT of the oval office.
He, Trump, can still sign a doc, give an order, make a statement from green to tee box; even Tweet!
Nick Saban is an intense dude and that level of intensity doesn’t wane, even when his team is up 24-6 in the Sugar Bowl. With the Crimson Tide rolling over Clemson in the fourth quarter Monday night, Saban absolutely ripped Alabama offensive coordinator Brian Daboll on the sidelines. Check this out: Saban appeared to be…
Congratulations to Lindbergh High School, The Spirit of St. Louis Marching Band for their appearance in the 2018 Rose Bowl Parade.
I’ve been a customer of Stanley’s Cigar Bar and Lounge for a few years now. I can only call myself an occasional visitor, as I don’t get in there as much as I would like. I usually go in after I get off from work, to chill out, have a drink, smoke a cigar and wait for my girl to come in for a quick drink before we head off to the Fox, or Blues or Cardinals game.
What I love about Stanley’s is………the atmosphere. The guys are very friendly, helpful with cigar selection, its extremely comfortable and they have several TVs for watching sports. The ladies, love the place too, and yes they too like a good cigar, a beer, rum or wine.
There is nothing negative to say about Stanley’s, except, I wish they had a place out by St. Charles.
Stanley’s Cigar Bar and Lounge at 1000 Washington Ave., St. Louis, MO.
I’ve never left there without a couple of cigars in hand. They have a great walk-in humidor.
Check out the link above with photos from Stanley’s Cigar Bar and Lounge (Yelp.com/biz).