Skip to comments.Funeral for the Redskins? (Mock Funeral Program)
Posted on 10/29/2009 12:48:49 PM PDT by C19fan
One disgruntled Redskins fan made up a memorial service pamphlet for the team.
The cover features the Native American logo crying and reads:
Washington Deadskins, Sunrise: 1932 -- Sunset: 2009.
(Excerpt) Read more at washingtontimes.com ...
I think is it somewhat bad timing, and poor taste, considering a former redskin’s cheerleader died this week.
It appears the mock program was created before the cheerleader died since this Wash Times article was published on October 26, the same day as the death.
Read it this afternoon on the door of a fellow Redskin fan. Unfortunately, I can’t find anything wrong with it -its spot on. We both comiserated on the Cooke family losing control of the team. Snyder has been a fool of an owner. Hail to the Redskins.
after what they did to Rush....its time to Boycott the NFL.
I couldn't agree more. And didn't a USA president get assassinated on Friday, November 22, 1963 - it's disrespectful, and ought to be stopped. There should be a law against it.
Why would any conservative give a fig about the NFL?
Was she the one that took the swine flu shot and ended up not being able to walk foreward or talk normally?
Proves there're certainly some things that never do change after all. LOL
I took my first and last flu shot in 1999 and got Guillain-Barre Syndrome and have been partially crippled by it for 10 years....
no one in my family will be taking the flu shots....
After a while he sent me back a note telling me I was all wrong and that he has seem them doing great things in training camp.
Every week I sent him a note reminding him that I was right about just how awful they are.
He hasn't responded to a single one yet.
I am not sure what she died of.
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