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There's a huge difference between saying or displaying the letters "RMFT" versus spelling it out or saying the phrase itself. One is vulgar and the other merely suggests vulgarity.
For example, the word "effing" is commonly used by people who would be embarrassed to say the word itself. Even if you think there's no difference, many people think there is, and that makes it less offensive.
For the morally sensitive in this thread: when's the last time you used the word "sucks" in conversation?
For clarification, my issue is with it being on the sidelines, representing Alabama. Not the word, the abbreviation, or Mark Ingram as a person. I just don't think that belongs on the sideline of my school. That's all.
You should do your best to stay off the sideline and avoid all contact with the team. Your wholesome little fantasy might not survive otherwise.
Probably right. I don't have a clue.
Everyone is allowed their opinion. However if you take issue with what Mark, or anyone else, is wearing then BSEan is correct you should avoid those situations. Being a former football player for the tide doesn't change that, though I appreciate your contribution very much so.
10 Major Poll National Titles (CFB record)
35 Bowl Wins (CFB record)
72 Wins over last 6 years (CFB record)
I LOVE seeing hypocrisy at its finest. And double-standards. And ridiculousness in action.
Now I can teach my kids about those things while I pin on their "RMFT" buttons!
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