> Atlanta is a loser, alright. Too damn hot. Having the Parkinson Poster
> Boy light the lamp was a loser as well. "Most Famous Man on the
> Planet." Pure crap. He beat up people for a living, but he was too
> conscientious an objector to be bothered to serve. Well, I suppose if
> we're going to have the games in Atlanta, we're going to have a whole
> rash of Non-white Losers up in our face. At least it wasn't Marion
So I guess then you've actually been to Atlanta?
Ali was a great athlete who was not afraid to stand up for his
convictions even if it meant going to jail and losing his
license to box. I did not agree with what he did at the time
but later came to have quite a lot of respect for him and his
willingness to take such an unpopular stand for a principle.
Yes he beat up on people for a living. There is a market for
*** in most parts of the world. IMHO, it takes a real
*** to ridicle someone in his condition.
Non-white losers, huh? So being an Olympian and\or a world
famous athlete is your definition of loser?
Maybe you would have liked the 1936 games better, Heir Buffet. <<
You don't need to defend Ali from this joke of a person. Ali took it
from his types back in the 60's IF this joke had ever been to Atlanta
then his post would have been the same. What cracks me up is that this
joke couldn't even hid his own colors. This comments show that the
problem is not Atlanta or the Olympics, it is his own.