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ACC = Corrupt

07 December 2014 - 11:04 AM

In case you had any doubt that the ACC had pre-selected its champion, check out one of last night's officials telling Jameis "We're giving you every edge man; you're gonna get it."


VIDEO: Man caught impersonating Army Ranger to get discounts

03 December 2014 - 02:47 PM

Absolutely disgusting...

VIDEO: Man caught impersonating Army Ranger to get discounts

By Tanita Gaither


(WTVM) – A new trending internet theme and the gross act of impersonating a U.S. military servicemember all came together in a new video exposing the action of Stolen Valor.

Former Infantryman Ryan Berk spotted what he thought was an Army Ranger in a Pennsylvania mall on Black Friday this year. After spending a few minutes talking to him and pointing out several mistakes in his uniform, Berk realized he did not pass as a true servicemember.

The video, posted on Nov. 28, has been viewed more than 2.7 million times.

In the video, the man, identified as Sean Yetman, claimed to be an Army Ranger. Berk dressed Yetman down, calling corrections from his answers and pointing out errors in his uniform.

Yetman claimed to have had basic training at Fort Jackson. As an Army Ranger, you go through Fort Benning for basic training, which Berk quickly corrects Yetman on. It appears Yetman was wearing the uniform to receive military discounts in stores.

Berk, who was a former Infantryman and Purple Heart recipient who served with the 2/506th 101st Airborne, was understandably upset with Yetman's Stolen Valor act.  

According to ABC News, this isn't the first time Yetman has impersonated someone. In 2004, he was arrested for impersonating a police officer.

The act of catching military impostors and shaming them for the world to see is becoming a popular trending topic on the internet.

What exactly is stolen valor? Simply put, it's impersonating a military member in public.

Several bills have been introduced in Congress so that the infraction is made a federal offense. In 2013, President Barack Obama signed a version of the Stolen Valor Act, making it illegal to impersonate or claim military service for personal gain.And actual Veterans have started to confront the impostors and fakes and documenting their encounters on YouTube, for the world to see.


A Blast From The Past.

03 December 2014 - 07:45 AM

I got up this morning and for some reason, started watching footage of college football quarterbacks that I grew up watching. Most people namely this generation, have no idea who this guy is. Those of us over the age of 25 are well aware of his talent as a quarterback and in my opinion, he is the best of all time. Allow me to introduce you to Tommie Frazier of the Nebraska Cornhuskers (#15 1992-1995)


3 in a row National Championship appearances, 3 NC MVP's, back to back National Championships. At Nebraska, Frazier had a 45-4 record as a starting QB with 5,476 total yards of offense and 79 touchdowns. He INVENTED the mobile QB genre before the NFL was ready to evolve. He truly set the standard.....

Clemson's OC: Morris to SMU. 3 Million per season

28 November 2014 - 12:31 AM

The Clemson boards are in meltdown mode. This is epic....

Morris responds to SMU rumors

by Will Vandervort

Multiple reports late Thursday said Clemson offensive coordinator Chad Morris was offered and accepted the head coaching position at SMU.

Morris told TCI he was focused on Saturday’s game with South Carolina.

The story was reported by several media outlets including The Football Scoop, Scout, NBC, CBS and the Dallas Morning
News sites.

Chip Brown, of Horns Digest, said on Twitter: “A high-level source told me OC Chad Morris agreed to a multi-year contract averaging more than $3 million a year.”

According to Brown the offer was extended two weeks ago but Morris was waiting to see if Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney would go to Florida.

Scout’s SMU site Pony Stampede had not confirmed the story but added some details about a potential agreement and a source who said it was a done deal “unless he gets cold feet.”

SMU was looking for an offensive minded head coach to replace June Jones who resigned earlier this year.

The Clemson Insider reached out to several sources from Clemson and none of them could confirm the reports out of Dallas area. We also reached out to Morris himself by text and said, “Unreal, everyone thinks they know. Sorry completely focused on SC.”
Brown cited a source who told him SMU would announce Morris the first week of December.

We will continue to monitor the situation closely and we will let you know as we learn more.






Clayton County, GA: Runs Out Of Food Stamps.

25 November 2014 - 07:45 AM


What Happens When Georgia Citizens’ Food Stamps Are CANCELLED?

One video is circulating, and the example it serves of our nation is terrifyingly eye-opening.

The citizens of Clayton County, Georgia were ready to riot, but it wasn’t over the shooting of black. Their beef was much more threatening to our nation’s existence: welfare.

Dozens of families filled the welfare office awaiting their food stamps. When they realized that the system had collapsed, panic broke out. They were told they would not be receiving their monthly welfare, and that state officials were attempting to get the system back up and running.

Reactions varied from fear to anger. Entitlement raged.

One woman demanded she get her welfare to feed her six children, all of whom were being taken care of by burdened tax payers.

Another was worried that her life-saving medication would run out before they could fix the problem. Citizens threatened office workers, desperate for the privileges they believe were due to them.

The small-scale situation is telling of what’s to come with our entire country. Half of all U.S. citizens are on some form of government benefit or welfare. The dependent outweigh the tax payers. With the addition of millions of illegal immigrants, raised taxes with Obamacare, and record loss of jobs under Obama, the economy is on the verge of collapse. Citizens have grown complacent, developing a sense of entitlement to what others have earned.

The rug is about to pulled out from under our feet by a government that can no longer provide the handouts they’ve been lending. Those who truly cannot work and depend upon welfare for survival will be among the ungrateful, lazy welfarers who make a career out of government fraud.

Soon, all of America will look like Ferguson, Missouri. The nation will be overrun with angry takers, who never thought the government could run out of our money. If the socialistic mindset is not quickly nipped in the bud, this is the very direction our country is headed.