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Hamilton 'won't let up' after FIA rule out investigation into T-shirt
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Brian Lawrence
2020-09-15 12:52:46 UTC
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"Lewis Hamilton says he "won't let up" in his fight against injustice as
the FIA decided not to investigate his actions at the Tuscan Grand Prix.

Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether Hamilton broke
its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting police brutality at Sunday's
race.

An FIA spokesman told BBC Sport an investigation had been ruled out."
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2020-09-15 13:36:45 UTC
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"Lewis Hamilton says he "won't let up" in his fight against injustice as
the FIA decided not to investigate his actions at the Tuscan Grand Prix.
Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether Hamilton broke
its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting police brutality at Sunday's
race.
An FIA spokesman told BBC Sport an investigation had been ruled out."
Was there police brutality to highlight at Sunday's race?
Alan Baker
2020-09-15 17:25:55 UTC
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"Lewis Hamilton says he "won't let up" in his fight against injustice
as the FIA decided not to investigate his actions at the Tuscan Grand
Prix.
Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether Hamilton broke
its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting police brutality at
Sunday's race.
An FIA spokesman told BBC Sport an investigation had been ruled out."
Was there police brutality to highlight at Sunday's race?
So you're only allowed to protest police brutality...

...what exactly should the rule be?
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2020-09-15 18:37:56 UTC
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"Lewis Hamilton says he "won't let up" in his fight against injustice
as the FIA decided not to investigate his actions at the Tuscan Grand
Prix.
Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether Hamilton
broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting police brutality at
Sunday's race.
An FIA spokesman told BBC Sport an investigation had been ruled out."
Was there police brutality to highlight at Sunday's race?
So you're only allowed to protest police brutality...
...what exactly should the rule be?
Ask FIA.

"Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether Hamilton broke
its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting police brutality at Sunday's
race."
Alan Baker
2020-09-15 19:02:33 UTC
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"Lewis Hamilton says he "won't let up" in his fight against
injustice as the FIA decided not to investigate his actions at the
Tuscan Grand Prix.
Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether Hamilton
broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting police brutality
at Sunday's race.
An FIA spokesman told BBC Sport an investigation had been ruled out."
Was there police brutality to highlight at Sunday's race?
So you're only allowed to protest police brutality...
...what exactly should the rule be?
Ask FIA.
"Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether Hamilton broke
its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting police brutality at Sunday's
race."
I'm asking you.

I'm asking you why you CARE if there was police brutality to highlight
AT Sunday's race.

You seem to be of the opinion that people can only protest if you
approve of the circumstances. If that's not true, please explain what
you meant by asking the question you did.
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2020-09-15 19:23:42 UTC
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"Lewis Hamilton says he "won't let up" in his fight against
injustice as the FIA decided not to investigate his actions at the
Tuscan Grand Prix.
Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether Hamilton
broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting police brutality
at Sunday's race.
An FIA spokesman told BBC Sport an investigation had been ruled out."
Was there police brutality to highlight at Sunday's race?
So you're only allowed to protest police brutality...
...what exactly should the rule be?
Ask FIA.
"Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether Hamilton
broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting police brutality at
Sunday's race."
I'm asking you.
I'm asking you why you CARE if there was police brutality to highlight
AT Sunday's race.
You seem to be of the opinion that people can only protest if you
approve of the circumstances. If that's not true, please explain what
you meant by asking the question you did.
My point is it was a poorly worded statement.

Was there police brutality at Sunday's race?

Or was something worn at Sunday's race that highlighted police brutality?

Now fuck along off.
Alan Baker
2020-09-15 19:30:11 UTC
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"Lewis Hamilton says he "won't let up" in his fight against
injustice as the FIA decided not to investigate his actions at the
Tuscan Grand Prix.
Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether Hamilton
broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting police brutality
at Sunday's race.
An FIA spokesman told BBC Sport an investigation had been ruled out."
Was there police brutality to highlight at Sunday's race?
So you're only allowed to protest police brutality...
...what exactly should the rule be?
Ask FIA.
"Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether Hamilton
broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting police brutality at
Sunday's race."
I'm asking you.
I'm asking you why you CARE if there was police brutality to highlight
AT Sunday's race.
You seem to be of the opinion that people can only protest if you
approve of the circumstances. If that's not true, please explain what
you meant by asking the question you did.
My point is it was a poorly worded statement.
And yet I instantly understood what they meant...

...so many the problem was that the statement was poorly worded.

:-)
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Was there police brutality at Sunday's race?
No. Quite obviously not, so that interpretation was easily dismissed by
anyone of even quite modest intelligence.
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Or was something worn at Sunday's race that highlighted police brutality?
Now fuck along off.
Right after you!

:-)
News
2020-09-15 20:06:35 UTC
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"Lewis Hamilton says he "won't let up" in his fight against
injustice as the FIA decided not to investigate his actions at
the Tuscan Grand Prix.
Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether Hamilton
broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting police
brutality at Sunday's race.
An FIA spokesman told BBC Sport an investigation had been ruled out."
Was there police brutality to highlight at Sunday's race?
So you're only allowed to protest police brutality...
...what exactly should the rule be?
Ask FIA.
"Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether Hamilton
broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting police brutality
at Sunday's race."
I'm asking you.
I'm asking you why you CARE if there was police brutality to
highlight AT Sunday's race.
You seem to be of the opinion that people can only protest if you
approve of the circumstances. If that's not true, please explain what
you meant by asking the question you did.
My point is it was a poorly worded statement.
And yet I instantly understood what they meant...
...so many the problem was that the statement was poorly worded.
:-)
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Was there police brutality at Sunday's race?
No. Quite obviously not, so that interpretation was easily dismissed by
anyone of even quite modest intelligence.
You, for example, were there?

Fuckwit.
Alan Baker
2020-09-15 20:24:37 UTC
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"Lewis Hamilton says he "won't let up" in his fight against
injustice as the FIA decided not to investigate his actions at
the Tuscan Grand Prix.
Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether Hamilton
broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting police
brutality at Sunday's race.
An FIA spokesman told BBC Sport an investigation had been ruled out."
Was there police brutality to highlight at Sunday's race?
So you're only allowed to protest police brutality...
...what exactly should the rule be?
Ask FIA.
"Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether Hamilton
broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting police brutality
at Sunday's race."
I'm asking you.
I'm asking you why you CARE if there was police brutality to
highlight AT Sunday's race.
You seem to be of the opinion that people can only protest if you
approve of the circumstances. If that's not true, please explain
what you meant by asking the question you did.
My point is it was a poorly worded statement.
And yet I instantly understood what they meant...
...so many the problem was that the statement was poorly worded.
:-)
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Was there police brutality at Sunday's race?
No. Quite obviously not, so that interpretation was easily dismissed
by anyone of even quite modest intelligence.
You, for example, were there?
No... ...but if there had actually BEEN an incident at the event...

...don't you think it might have made the news?
News
2020-09-15 20:41:08 UTC
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"Lewis Hamilton says he "won't let up" in his fight against
injustice as the FIA decided not to investigate his actions at
the Tuscan Grand Prix.
Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether
Hamilton broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting
police brutality at Sunday's race.
An FIA spokesman told BBC Sport an investigation had been ruled out."
Was there police brutality to highlight at Sunday's race?
So you're only allowed to protest police brutality...
...what exactly should the rule be?
Ask FIA.
"Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether Hamilton
broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting police brutality
at Sunday's race."
I'm asking you.
I'm asking you why you CARE if there was police brutality to
highlight AT Sunday's race.
You seem to be of the opinion that people can only protest if you
approve of the circumstances. If that's not true, please explain
what you meant by asking the question you did.
My point is it was a poorly worded statement.
And yet I instantly understood what they meant...
...so many the problem was that the statement was poorly worded.
:-)
Post by News
Was there police brutality at Sunday's race?
No. Quite obviously not, so that interpretation was easily dismissed
by anyone of even quite modest intelligence.
You, for example, were there?
No... ...but if there had actually BEEN an incident at the event...
...don't you think it might have made the news?
In Tuscany, placing Tuscany in a poor light?

You do know who runs Tuscany, right?

LMFAO
Alan Baker
2020-09-15 20:52:49 UTC
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"Lewis Hamilton says he "won't let up" in his fight against
injustice as the FIA decided not to investigate his actions at
the Tuscan Grand Prix.
Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether
Hamilton broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting
police brutality at Sunday's race.
An FIA spokesman told BBC Sport an investigation had been ruled out."
Was there police brutality to highlight at Sunday's race?
So you're only allowed to protest police brutality...
...what exactly should the rule be?
Ask FIA.
"Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether Hamilton
broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting police
brutality at Sunday's race."
I'm asking you.
I'm asking you why you CARE if there was police brutality to
highlight AT Sunday's race.
You seem to be of the opinion that people can only protest if you
approve of the circumstances. If that's not true, please explain
what you meant by asking the question you did.
My point is it was a poorly worded statement.
And yet I instantly understood what they meant...
...so many the problem was that the statement was poorly worded.
:-)
Post by News
Was there police brutality at Sunday's race?
No. Quite obviously not, so that interpretation was easily dismissed
by anyone of even quite modest intelligence.
You, for example, were there?
No... ...but if there had actually BEEN an incident at the event...
...don't you think it might have made the news?
In Tuscany, placing Tuscany in a poor light?
You do know who runs Tuscany, right?
LMFAO
So they're so powerful that they can keep a secret from everyone at the
event...

...except Lewis Hamilton?

And... ...what: they "got to him" so that he'd wear the shirt but not
tell a single soul?

You should really think before you post.
News
2020-09-16 14:04:05 UTC
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"Lewis Hamilton says he "won't let up" in his fight against
injustice as the FIA decided not to investigate his actions
at the Tuscan Grand Prix.
Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether
Hamilton broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting
police brutality at Sunday's race.
An FIA spokesman told BBC Sport an investigation had been ruled out."
Was there police brutality to highlight at Sunday's race?
So you're only allowed to protest police brutality...
...what exactly should the rule be?
Ask FIA.
"Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether
Hamilton broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting
police brutality at Sunday's race."
I'm asking you.
I'm asking you why you CARE if there was police brutality to
highlight AT Sunday's race.
You seem to be of the opinion that people can only protest if you
approve of the circumstances. If that's not true, please explain
what you meant by asking the question you did.
My point is it was a poorly worded statement.
And yet I instantly understood what they meant...
...so many the problem was that the statement was poorly worded.
:-)
Post by News
Was there police brutality at Sunday's race?
No. Quite obviously not, so that interpretation was easily
dismissed by anyone of even quite modest intelligence.
You, for example, were there?
...don't you think it might have made the news?
In Tuscany, placing Tuscany in a poor light?
You do know who runs Tuscany, right?
LMFAO
So they're so powerful that they can keep a secret from everyone at the
event...
...except Lewis Hamilton?
And... ...what: they "got to him" so that he'd wear the shirt but not
tell a single soul?
Statement: "Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether
Hamilton broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting police
brutality at Sunday's race.

Question: "Was there police brutality at Sunday's race?"

Response: "No..."

Surresponse: "And they "got to him" so that he'd wear the shirt but not
tell a single soul?"

Suggesting what, that HAM has a secret? Has knowledge of brutality at
the event?

You have outlived your usefulness here, and on the internet generally.

FOAD.
Brian Lawrence
2020-09-16 14:34:12 UTC
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Statement: "Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether
Hamilton broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting police
brutality at Sunday's race.
Not that matters, but that wasn't a statement from the FIA, it was a
report by Andrew Benson, 'Chief F1 writer' for the BBC.
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Question: "Was there police brutality at Sunday's race?"
Response: "No..."
Surresponse: "And they "got to him" so that he'd wear the shirt but not
tell a single soul?"
Suggesting what, that HAM has a secret? Has knowledge of brutality at
the event?
You have outlived your usefulness here, and on the internet generally.
FOAD.
Mark Jackson
2020-09-16 15:03:04 UTC
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Statement: "Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether
Hamilton broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting police
brutality at Sunday's race.
Not that matters, but that wasn't a statement from the FIA, it was a
report by Andrew Benson, 'Chief F1 writer' for the BBC.
<Emily Litella>Never mind.</Emily Litella>
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2020-09-16 16:39:15 UTC
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Statement: "Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether
Hamilton broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting police
brutality at Sunday's race.
Not that matters, but that wasn't a statement from the FIA, it was a
report by Andrew Benson, 'Chief F1 writer' for the BBC.
Where was it claimed to be an FIA statement?
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Question: "Was there police brutality at Sunday's race?"
Response: "No..."
Surresponse: "And they "got to him" so that he'd wear the shirt but
not tell a single soul?"
Suggesting what, that HAM has a secret? Has knowledge of brutality at
the event?
You have outlived your usefulness here, and on the internet generally.
FOAD.
Alan Baker
2020-09-16 16:01:54 UTC
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"Lewis Hamilton says he "won't let up" in his fight against
injustice as the FIA decided not to investigate his actions
at the Tuscan Grand Prix.
Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether
Hamilton broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting
police brutality at Sunday's race.
An FIA spokesman told BBC Sport an investigation had been ruled out."
Was there police brutality to highlight at Sunday's race?
So you're only allowed to protest police brutality...
...what exactly should the rule be?
Ask FIA.
"Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether
Hamilton broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting
police brutality at Sunday's race."
I'm asking you.
I'm asking you why you CARE if there was police brutality to
highlight AT Sunday's race.
You seem to be of the opinion that people can only protest if
you approve of the circumstances. If that's not true, please
explain what you meant by asking the question you did.
My point is it was a poorly worded statement.
And yet I instantly understood what they meant...
...so many the problem was that the statement was poorly worded.
:-)
Post by News
Was there police brutality at Sunday's race?
No. Quite obviously not, so that interpretation was easily
dismissed by anyone of even quite modest intelligence.
You, for example, were there?
...don't you think it might have made the news?
In Tuscany, placing Tuscany in a poor light?
You do know who runs Tuscany, right?
LMFAO
So they're so powerful that they can keep a secret from everyone at
the event...
...except Lewis Hamilton?
And... ...what: they "got to him" so that he'd wear the shirt but not
tell a single soul?
Statement: "Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether
Hamilton broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting police
brutality at Sunday's race.
Question: "Was there police brutality at Sunday's race?"
Response: "No..."
Surresponse: "And they "got to him" so that he'd wear the shirt but not
tell a single soul?"
Suggesting what, that HAM has a secret? Has knowledge of brutality at
the event?
You have outlived your usefulness here, and on the internet generally.
You've been suggesting that one couldn't dismiss a particular
interpretation of a sentence by understanding that there might have been
an actually incident of police brutality at the Tuscan GP...

...AND that that could be true while it was magically covered up because
of "who runs Tuscany"...

...BUT that somehow Hamilton knew about it enough to wear a t-shirt...

...but that's as far as it went.

It was absurd.

There was no incident of police brutality at the event, so all the
people of normal intelligence dismissed that interpretation of the
sentence out of hand.
Sir Tim
2020-09-15 23:48:58 UTC
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"Lewis Hamilton says he "won't let up" in his fight against
injustice as the FIA decided not to investigate his actions at the
Tuscan Grand Prix.
Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether Hamilton
broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting police brutality
at Sunday's race.
An FIA spokesman told BBC Sport an investigation had been ruled out."
Was there police brutality to highlight at Sunday's race?
So you're only allowed to protest police brutality...
...what exactly should the rule be?
Ask FIA.
"Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether Hamilton
broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting police brutality at
Sunday's race."
I'm asking you.
I'm asking you why you CARE if there was police brutality to highlight
AT Sunday's race.
You seem to be of the opinion that people can only protest if you
approve of the circumstances. If that's not true, please explain what
you meant by asking the question you did.
My point is it was a poorly worded statement.
And yet I instantly understood what they meant...
...so many the problem was that the statement was poorly worded.
:-)
Post by News
Was there police brutality at Sunday's race?
No. Quite obviously not, so that interpretation was easily dismissed by
anyone of even quite modest intelligence.
Nevertheless it does demonstrate how careless wording or lack of correct
punctuation can completely alter the meaning of a sentence.
Just saying ...
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Sir Tim
Alan Baker
2020-09-16 00:44:19 UTC
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"Lewis Hamilton says he "won't let up" in his fight against
injustice as the FIA decided not to investigate his actions at the
Tuscan Grand Prix.
Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether Hamilton
broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting police brutality
at Sunday's race.
An FIA spokesman told BBC Sport an investigation had been ruled out."
Was there police brutality to highlight at Sunday's race?
So you're only allowed to protest police brutality...
...what exactly should the rule be?
Ask FIA.
"Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether Hamilton
broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting police brutality at
Sunday's race."
I'm asking you.
I'm asking you why you CARE if there was police brutality to highlight
AT Sunday's race.
You seem to be of the opinion that people can only protest if you
approve of the circumstances. If that's not true, please explain what
you meant by asking the question you did.
My point is it was a poorly worded statement.
And yet I instantly understood what they meant...
...so many the problem was that the statement was poorly worded.
:-)
Post by News
Was there police brutality at Sunday's race?
No. Quite obviously not, so that interpretation was easily dismissed by
anyone of even quite modest intelligence.
Nevertheless it does demonstrate how careless wording or lack of correct
punctuation can completely alter the meaning of a sentence.
Just saying ...
Lots of sentences can be misinterpreted...

...but when the context in which this one was stated is taken into
account, this just wasn't one of them.
texas gate
2020-09-16 03:15:32 UTC
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Lots of sentences can be misinterpreted...
...but when the context in which this one was stated is taken into
account, this just wasn't one of them.
You...
should...
try...
to...
form...
a...
proper...
sentence...
you...
dumb...
cunt...
Mark Jackson
2020-09-16 01:15:10 UTC
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Was there police brutality at Sunday's race?
No. Quite obviously not, so that interpretation was easily
dismissed by anyone of even quite modest intelligence.
Nevertheless it does demonstrate how careless wording or lack of
correct punctuation can completely alter the meaning of a sentence.
Not to mention opening the door to annoying pot-stirring.
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When all you have is the police every problem becomes a crime.
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Bob Latham
2020-09-15 19:33:24 UTC
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"Lewis Hamilton says he "won't let up" in his fight against injustice
as the FIA decided not to investigate his actions at the Tuscan Grand
Prix.
Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether Hamilton
broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting police brutality at
Sunday's race.
An FIA spokesman told BBC Sport an investigation had been ruled out."
Was there police brutality to highlight at Sunday's race?
So you're only allowed to protest police brutality...
...what exactly should the rule be?
Ask FIA.
"Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether Hamilton
broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting police brutality
at Sunday's race."
How about -

Don't bring politics into this sport because it will drive away a
proportion of our fans and hence revenue. People watch sport partly
to escape their issues not have someone else's rammed down their
throat.


Bob.
Alan Baker
2020-09-15 19:40:28 UTC
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"Lewis Hamilton says he "won't let up" in his fight against injustice
as the FIA decided not to investigate his actions at the Tuscan Grand
Prix.
Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether Hamilton
broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting police brutality at
Sunday's race.
An FIA spokesman told BBC Sport an investigation had been ruled out."
Was there police brutality to highlight at Sunday's race?
So you're only allowed to protest police brutality...
...what exactly should the rule be?
Ask FIA.
"Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether Hamilton
broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting police brutality
at Sunday's race."
How about -
Don't bring politics into this sport because it will drive away a
proportion of our fans and hence revenue. People watch sport partly
to escape their issues not have someone else's rammed down their
throat.
Awwww...

...I'm sure there are lots of ways you'd love for sports stars to bring
politics into their sports...

...but like so many, when they bring up something that makes you
uncomfortable, you're suddenly against the concept.
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2020-09-15 20:07:55 UTC
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"Lewis Hamilton says he "won't let up" in his fight against injustice
as the FIA decided not to investigate his actions at the Tuscan Grand
Prix.
Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether Hamilton
broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting police brutality at
Sunday's race.
An FIA spokesman told BBC Sport an investigation had been ruled out."
Was there police brutality to highlight at Sunday's race?
So you're only allowed to protest police brutality...
...what exactly should the rule be?
Ask FIA.
"Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether Hamilton
broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting police brutality
at Sunday's race."
How about -
Don't bring politics into this sport because it will drive away a
proportion of our fans and hence revenue. People watch sport partly
to escape their issues not have someone else's rammed down their
throat.
Awwww...
...I'm sure there are lots of ways you'd love for sports stars to bring
politics into their sports...
...but like so many, when they bring up something that makes you
uncomfortable, you're suddenly against the concept.
As if you care. Moron.
Alan Baker
2020-09-15 20:25:02 UTC
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Post by Alan Baker
Post by Bob Latham
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Post by News
      <https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/formula1/54161846>
"Lewis Hamilton says he "won't let up" in his fight against injustice
as the FIA decided not to investigate his actions at the Tuscan Grand
Prix.
Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether Hamilton
broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting police
brutality at
Sunday's race.
An FIA spokesman told BBC Sport an investigation had been ruled out."
Was there police brutality to highlight at Sunday's race?
So you're only allowed to protest police brutality...
...what exactly should the rule be?
Ask FIA.
"Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether Hamilton
broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting police brutality
at Sunday's race."
How about -
Don't bring politics into this sport because it will drive away a
proportion of our fans and hence revenue. People watch sport partly
to escape their issues not have someone else's rammed down their
throat.
Awwww...
...I'm sure there are lots of ways you'd love for sports stars to
bring politics into their sports...
...but like so many, when they bring up something that makes you
uncomfortable, you're suddenly against the concept.
As if you care. Moron.
I care much more than you do, apparently.
CS
2020-09-15 20:31:28 UTC
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It wasn't political. It was a statement of fact and that taking a life is a breach of human right to life laid down in most jurisdictions. In UK Art 2 HRA and USA Amendment 15.
FIA would really confirm being out of touch if they investigated.
Dex
2020-09-17 11:34:23 UTC
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It wasn't political. It was a statement of fact and that taking a life is a breach of human right to life laid down in most jurisdictions. In UK Art 2 HRA and USA Amendment 15.
FIA would really confirm being out of touch if they investigated.
The 15th Amendment - “The right of citizens of the United States to vote
shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on
account of race, color, or previous condition of servitude.”

I know Trump is trying to stop postal voting, but I don't think
Hamilton's T-shirt has got anything to do with that.

Perhaps you mean the 14th Amendment?
~misfit~
2020-09-17 23:58:04 UTC
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It wasn't political.  It was a statement of fact and that taking a life is a breach of human
right to life laid down in most jurisdictions. In UK Art 2 HRA and USA Amendment 15.
FIA would really confirm being out of touch if they investigated.
The 15th Amendment - “The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or
abridged by the United States or by any State on account of race, color, or previous condition of
servitude.”
You are aware that 'convicts' or 'ex-convicts' aren't allowed to vote in the US yeah? This
disproportionately affects people of colour as there is a multi-billion dollar a year business
which requires them to be criminalised and then used as slaves.

Just an FYI... I'm over this thread but there are only so many people I can put in my killfile.
(Rule of thumb for killfile for me is ratio of on-topic factual or interesting posts to OT wank.
IOW S/N ratio.)
I know Trump is trying to stop postal voting, but I don't think Hamilton's T-shirt has got anything
to do with that.
Perhaps you mean the 14th Amendment?
I'm interested in Formula 1 for the racing and technology. I stopped watching podiums and
interviews a year or two ago as they're increasingly irrelevant to and distract from the on-track
action.

In fact I often find podiums in particular crass and cringe-worthy. I get the whole 'release of
tension' thing but some things should be done in private IMO.
--
Shaun.

"Humans will have advanced a long, long way when religious belief has a cozy little classification
in the DSM"
David Melville

This is not an email and hasn't been checked for viruses by any half-arsed self-promoting software.
texas gate
2020-09-18 14:23:08 UTC
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It wasn't political. It was a statement of fact and that taking a life is a breach of human
right to life laid down in most jurisdictions. In UK Art 2 HRA and USA Amendment 15.
FIA would really confirm being out of touch if they investigated.
The 15th Amendment - “The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or
abridged by the United States or by any State on account of race, color, or previous condition of
servitude.”
You are aware that 'convicts' or 'ex-convicts' aren't allowed to vote in the US yeah? This
disproportionately affects people of colour as there is a multi-billion dollar a year business
which requires them to be criminalised and then used as slaves.
Just an FYI... I'm over this thread but there are only so many people I can put in my killfile.
(Rule of thumb for killfile for me is ratio of on-topic factual or interesting posts to OT wank.
IOW S/N ratio.)
I know Trump is trying to stop postal voting, but I don't think Hamilton's T-shirt has got anything
to do with that.
Perhaps you mean the 14th Amendment?
I'm interested in Formula 1 for the racing and technology. I stopped watching podiums and
interviews a year or two ago as they're increasingly irrelevant to and distract from the on-track
action.
In fact I often find podiums in particular crass and cringe-worthy. I get the whole 'release of
tension' thing but some things should be done in private IMO.
--
Shaun.
"Humans will have advanced a long, long way when religious belief has a cozy little classification
in the DSM"
David Melville
This is not an email and hasn't been checked for viruses by any half-arsed self-promoting software.
Fuck you and your pathetic killfile, ass fucker.
texas gate
2020-09-18 14:33:34 UTC
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Just an FYI... I'm over this thread but there are only so many people I can put in my killfile.
(Rule of thumb for killfile for me is ratio of on-topic factual or interesting posts to OT wank.
IOW S/N ratio.)
fuck off hypocrite, cock sucker, mother fucker, cunt hole
texas gate
2020-09-18 22:15:12 UTC
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my killfile.
killfile for me
--
Shaun.
"Humans will have advanced a long, long way when religious belief has a cozy little classification
in the DSM"
David Melville
This is not an email and hasn't been checked for viruses by any half-arsed self-promoting software.
Get a fucking life.
You weird ass cock sucker.

News
2020-09-15 20:42:13 UTC
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Post by News
Post by Alan Baker
Post by Bob Latham
Post by News
Post by Alan Baker
Post by News
      <https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/formula1/54161846>
"Lewis Hamilton says he "won't let up" in his fight against injustice
as the FIA decided not to investigate his actions at the Tuscan Grand
Prix.
Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether Hamilton
broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting police brutality at
Sunday's race.
An FIA spokesman told BBC Sport an investigation had been ruled out."
Was there police brutality to highlight at Sunday's race?
So you're only allowed to protest police brutality...
...what exactly should the rule be?
Ask FIA.
"Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether Hamilton
broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting police brutality
at Sunday's race."
How about -
Don't bring politics into this sport because it will drive away a
proportion of our fans and hence revenue. People watch sport partly
to escape their issues not have someone else's rammed down their
throat.
Awwww...
...I'm sure there are lots of ways you'd love for sports stars to
bring politics into their sports...
...but like so many, when they bring up something that makes you
uncomfortable, you're suddenly against the concept.
As if you care. Moron.
I care much more than you do, apparently.
You care to get the last word, is what you care about, and not only
apparently.

)-;
CS
2020-09-15 20:29:39 UTC
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It wasn't political. It was a statement of fact and that taking a life is a breach of human right to life laid down in most jurisdictions. In UK Art 2 HRA and USA Amendment 15.
FIA would really confirm being out of touch if they investigated.
Bob Latham
2020-09-16 15:56:16 UTC
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Post by Alan Baker
Post by Bob Latham
Post by News
Ask FIA.
"Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether
Hamilton broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting
police brutality at Sunday's race."
How about -
Don't bring politics into this sport because it will drive away a
proportion of our fans and hence revenue. People watch sport
partly to escape their issues not have someone else's rammed down
their throat.
Awwww...
...I'm sure there are lots of ways you'd love for sports stars to
bring politics into their sports...
Honestly no.
Post by Alan Baker
...but like so many, when they bring up something that makes you
uncomfortable, you're suddenly against the concept.
It does make me uncomfortable that is true.

I think BLM is very divisive and is splitting people not primarily on
race but on left/woke V Normal people. It can only make matters
worse. Resentment is building very clear.

Fortunately most people in the UK are still sane and are not woke.

Bob.
Alan Baker
2020-09-16 16:06:24 UTC
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Post by Bob Latham
Post by Alan Baker
Post by Bob Latham
Post by News
Ask FIA.
"Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether
Hamilton broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting
police brutality at Sunday's race."
How about -
Don't bring politics into this sport because it will drive away a
proportion of our fans and hence revenue. People watch sport
partly to escape their issues not have someone else's rammed down
their throat.
Awwww...
...I'm sure there are lots of ways you'd love for sports stars to
bring politics into their sports...
Honestly no.
Post by Alan Baker
...but like so many, when they bring up something that makes you
uncomfortable, you're suddenly against the concept.
It does make me uncomfortable that is true.
I think BLM is very divisive and is splitting people not primarily on
race but on left/woke V Normal people. It can only make matters
worse. Resentment is building very clear.
Fortunately most people in the UK are still sane and are not woke.
Yes... ...but you've already demonstrated numerous times that your
beliefs are not in accord with reality.

And "left/woke vs NORMAL" is quite telling, isn't it?

:-)
Bob Latham
2020-09-16 16:16:26 UTC
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Post by Alan Baker
Post by Bob Latham
Post by Alan Baker
Post by Bob Latham
Post by News
Ask FIA.
"Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether
Hamilton broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting
police brutality at Sunday's race."
How about -
Don't bring politics into this sport because it will drive away a
proportion of our fans and hence revenue. People watch sport
partly to escape their issues not have someone else's rammed down
their throat.
Awwww...
...I'm sure there are lots of ways you'd love for sports stars to
bring politics into their sports...
Honestly no.
Post by Alan Baker
...but like so many, when they bring up something that makes you
uncomfortable, you're suddenly against the concept.
It does make me uncomfortable that is true.
I think BLM is very divisive and is splitting people not primarily on
race but on left/woke V Normal people. It can only make matters
worse. Resentment is building very clear.
Fortunately most people in the UK are still sane and are not woke.
Yes... ...but you've already demonstrated numerous times that your
beliefs are not in accord with reality.
And "left/woke vs NORMAL" is quite telling, isn't it?
Woke is an illness so lets hope so.
Alan Baker
2020-09-16 16:24:35 UTC
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Post by Bob Latham
Post by Alan Baker
Post by Bob Latham
Post by Alan Baker
Post by Bob Latham
Post by News
Ask FIA.
"Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether
Hamilton broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting
police brutality at Sunday's race."
How about -
Don't bring politics into this sport because it will drive away a
proportion of our fans and hence revenue. People watch sport
partly to escape their issues not have someone else's rammed down
their throat.
Awwww...
...I'm sure there are lots of ways you'd love for sports stars to
bring politics into their sports...
Honestly no.
Post by Alan Baker
...but like so many, when they bring up something that makes you
uncomfortable, you're suddenly against the concept.
It does make me uncomfortable that is true.
I think BLM is very divisive and is splitting people not primarily on
race but on left/woke V Normal people. It can only make matters
worse. Resentment is building very clear.
Fortunately most people in the UK are still sane and are not woke.
Yes... ...but you've already demonstrated numerous times that your
beliefs are not in accord with reality.
And "left/woke vs NORMAL" is quite telling, isn't it?
Woke is an illness so lets hope so.
But you didn't say "left woke", which would be a subset of people from
the left, you said "left/woke", which is a construction used to indicate
that either word could stand on its own in your sentence.

This was no mistake.

You're one of those idiots who is so certain he is right that anyone who
disagrees with you isn't "normal".
News
2020-09-16 16:40:30 UTC
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Post by Alan Baker
Post by Bob Latham
Post by Alan Baker
Post by Bob Latham
Post by Alan Baker
Post by Bob Latham
Post by News
Ask FIA.
"Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether
Hamilton broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting
police brutality at Sunday's race."
How about -
Don't bring politics into this sport because it will drive away a
proportion of our fans and hence revenue. People watch sport
partly to escape their issues not have someone else's rammed down
their throat.
Awwww...
...I'm sure there are lots of ways you'd love for sports stars to
bring politics into their sports...
Honestly no.
Post by Alan Baker
...but like so many, when they bring up something that makes you
uncomfortable, you're suddenly against the concept.
It does make me uncomfortable that is true.
I think BLM is very divisive and is splitting people not primarily on
race but on left/woke V Normal people. It can only make matters
worse. Resentment is building very clear.
Fortunately most people in the UK are still sane and are not woke.
Yes... ...but you've already demonstrated numerous times that your
beliefs are not in accord with reality.
And "left/woke vs NORMAL" is quite telling, isn't it?
Woke is an illness so lets hope so.
But you didn't say "left woke", which would be a subset of people from
the left, you said "left/woke", which is a construction used to indicate
that either word could stand on its own in your sentence.
This was no mistake.
You're one of those idiots who is so certain he is right that anyone who
disagrees with you isn't "normal".
L.M.A.O.

Look in the mirror, much, yafuckingpedant?
Alan Baker
2020-09-16 16:44:32 UTC
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Post by News
Post by Alan Baker
Post by Bob Latham
Post by Alan Baker
Post by Bob Latham
Post by Alan Baker
Post by Bob Latham
Post by News
Ask FIA.
"Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether
Hamilton broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting
police brutality at Sunday's race."
How about -
Don't bring politics into this sport because it will drive away a
proportion of our fans and hence revenue. People watch sport
partly to escape their issues not have someone else's rammed down
their throat.
Awwww...
...I'm sure there are lots of ways you'd love for sports stars to
bring politics into their sports...
Honestly no.
Post by Alan Baker
...but like so many, when they bring up something that makes you
uncomfortable, you're suddenly against the concept.
It does make me uncomfortable that is true.
I think BLM is very divisive and is splitting people not primarily on
race but on left/woke V Normal people. It can only make matters
worse. Resentment is building very clear.
Fortunately most people in the UK are still sane and are not woke.
Yes... ...but you've already demonstrated numerous times that your
beliefs are not in accord with reality.
And "left/woke vs NORMAL" is quite telling, isn't it?
Woke is an illness so lets hope so.
But you didn't say "left woke", which would be a subset of people from
the left, you said "left/woke", which is a construction used to
indicate that either word could stand on its own in your sentence.
This was no mistake.
You're one of those idiots who is so certain he is right that anyone
who disagrees with you isn't "normal".
L.M.A.O.
Look in the mirror, much, yafuckingpedant?
Awww.... ...feeling a little hurt, are you?
News
2020-09-16 17:31:51 UTC
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Post by Alan Baker
Post by News
Post by Alan Baker
Post by Bob Latham
Post by Alan Baker
Post by Bob Latham
Post by Alan Baker
Post by Bob Latham
Post by News
Ask FIA.
"Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether
Hamilton broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting
police brutality at Sunday's race."
How about -
Don't bring politics into this sport because it will drive away a
proportion of our fans and hence revenue. People watch sport
partly to escape their issues not have someone else's rammed down
their throat.
Awwww...
...I'm sure there are lots of ways you'd love for sports stars to
bring politics into their sports...
Honestly no.
Post by Alan Baker
...but like so many, when they bring up something that makes you
uncomfortable, you're suddenly against the concept.
It does make me uncomfortable that is true.
I think BLM is very divisive and is splitting people not primarily on
race but on left/woke V Normal people. It can only make matters
worse. Resentment is building very clear.
Fortunately most people in the UK are still sane and are not woke.
Yes... ...but you've already demonstrated numerous times that your
beliefs are not in accord with reality.
And "left/woke vs NORMAL" is quite telling, isn't it?
Woke is an illness so lets hope so.
But you didn't say "left woke", which would be a subset of people
from the left, you said "left/woke", which is a construction used to
indicate that either word could stand on its own in your sentence.
This was no mistake.
You're one of those idiots who is so certain he is right that anyone
who disagrees with you isn't "normal".
L.M.A.O.
Look in the mirror, much, yafuckingpedant?
Awww.... ...feeling a little hurt, are you?
Not me, pal. The OP had you dead to rights. Now FOAD.
Alan Baker
2020-09-16 17:41:12 UTC
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Post by Alan Baker
Post by News
Post by Alan Baker
Post by Bob Latham
Post by Alan Baker
Post by Bob Latham
Post by Alan Baker
Post by Bob Latham
Post by News
Ask FIA.
"Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether
Hamilton broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting
police brutality at Sunday's race."
How about -
Don't bring politics into this sport because it will drive away a
proportion of our fans and hence revenue. People watch sport
partly to escape their issues not have someone else's rammed down
their throat.
Awwww...
...I'm sure there are lots of ways you'd love for sports stars to
bring politics into their sports...
Honestly no.
Post by Alan Baker
...but like so many, when they bring up something that makes you
uncomfortable, you're suddenly against the concept.
It does make me uncomfortable that is true.
I think BLM is very divisive and is splitting people not
primarily on
race but on left/woke V Normal people. It can only make matters
worse. Resentment is building very clear.
Fortunately most people in the UK are still sane and are not woke.
Yes... ...but you've already demonstrated numerous times that your
beliefs are not in accord with reality.
And "left/woke vs NORMAL" is quite telling, isn't it?
Woke is an illness so lets hope so.
But you didn't say "left woke", which would be a subset of people
from the left, you said "left/woke", which is a construction used to
indicate that either word could stand on its own in your sentence.
This was no mistake.
You're one of those idiots who is so certain he is right that anyone
who disagrees with you isn't "normal".
L.M.A.O.
Look in the mirror, much, yafuckingpedant?
Awww.... ...feeling a little hurt, are you?
Not me, pal. The OP had you dead to rights. Now FOAD.
Riiiiight.

That's why you have to get the last word.

:-)
News
2020-09-16 17:45:11 UTC
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Post by News
Post by Alan Baker
Post by News
Post by Alan Baker
Post by Bob Latham
Post by Alan Baker
Post by Bob Latham
Post by Alan Baker
Post by Bob Latham
Post by News
Ask FIA.
"Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether
Hamilton broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting
police brutality at Sunday's race."
How about -
Don't bring politics into this sport because it will drive away a
proportion of our fans and hence revenue. People watch sport
partly to escape their issues not have someone else's rammed down
their throat.
Awwww...
...I'm sure there are lots of ways you'd love for sports stars to
bring politics into their sports...
Honestly no.
Post by Alan Baker
...but like so many, when they bring up something that makes you
uncomfortable, you're suddenly against the concept.
It does make me uncomfortable that is true.
I think BLM is very divisive and is splitting people not primarily on
race but on left/woke V Normal people. It can only make matters
worse. Resentment is building very clear.
Fortunately most people in the UK are still sane and are not woke.
Yes... ...but you've already demonstrated numerous times that your
beliefs are not in accord with reality.
And "left/woke vs NORMAL" is quite telling, isn't it?
Woke is an illness so lets hope so.
But you didn't say "left woke", which would be a subset of people
from the left, you said "left/woke", which is a construction used
to indicate that either word could stand on its own in your sentence.
This was no mistake.
You're one of those idiots who is so certain he is right that
anyone who disagrees with you isn't "normal".
L.M.A.O.
Look in the mirror, much, yafuckingpedant?
Awww.... ...feeling a little hurt, are you?
Not me, pal. The OP had you dead to rights. Now FOAD.
Riiiiight.
That's why you have to get the last word.
:-)
Go ahead. Make my day.
geoff
2020-09-16 23:08:50 UTC
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Post by Bob Latham
Post by Alan Baker
Post by Bob Latham
Post by News
Ask FIA.
"Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether
Hamilton broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting
police brutality at Sunday's race."
How about -
Don't bring politics into this sport because it will drive away a
proportion of our fans and hence revenue. People watch sport
partly to escape their issues not have someone else's rammed down
their throat.
Awwww...
...I'm sure there are lots of ways you'd love for sports stars to
bring politics into their sports...
Honestly no.
Post by Alan Baker
...but like so many, when they bring up something that makes you
uncomfortable, you're suddenly against the concept.
It does make me uncomfortable that is true.
I think BLM is very divisive and is splitting people not primarily on
race but on left/woke V Normal people. It can only make matters
worse. Resentment is building very clear.
Fortunately most people in the UK are still sane and are not woke.
As in asleep. unless actively burying their heads in the sand.

geoff
News
2020-09-15 20:07:24 UTC
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Post by Brian Lawrence
<https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/formula1/54161846>
"Lewis Hamilton says he "won't let up" in his fight against injustice
as the FIA decided not to investigate his actions at the Tuscan Grand
Prix.
Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether Hamilton
broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting police brutality at
Sunday's race.
An FIA spokesman told BBC Sport an investigation had been ruled out."
Was there police brutality to highlight at Sunday's race?
So you're only allowed to protest police brutality...
...what exactly should the rule be?
Ask FIA.
"Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether Hamilton
broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting police brutality
at Sunday's race."
How about -
Don't bring politics into this sport because it will drive away a
proportion of our fans and hence revenue. People watch sport partly
to escape their issues not have someone else's rammed down their
throat.
Bob.
Bringing disrepute to the sport?
~misfit~
2020-09-16 02:49:09 UTC
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Post by News
Post by Alan Baker
Post by News
Post by Brian Lawrence
<https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/formula1/54161846>
"Lewis Hamilton says he "won't let up" in his fight against injustice
as the FIA decided not to investigate his actions at the Tuscan Grand
Prix.
Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether Hamilton
broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting police brutality at
Sunday's race.
An FIA spokesman told BBC Sport an investigation had been ruled out."
Was there police brutality to highlight at Sunday's race?
So you're only allowed to protest police brutality...
...what exactly should the rule be?
Ask FIA.
"Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether Hamilton
broke its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting police brutality
at Sunday's race."
How about -
Don't bring politics into this sport because it will drive away a
proportion of our fans and hence revenue. People watch sport partly
to escape their issues not have someone else's rammed down their
throat.
'Bye!
--
Shaun.

"Humans will have advanced a long, long way when religious belief has a cozy little classification
in the DSM"
David Melville

This is not an email and hasn't been checked for viruses by any half-arsed self-promoting software.
texas gate
2020-09-16 03:10:19 UTC
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'Bye!
--
Shaun.
"Humans will have advanced a long, long way when religious belief has a cozy little classification
in the DSM"
David Melville
This is not an email and hasn't been checked for viruses by any half-arsed self-promoting software.
you sad piece of shit
geoff
2020-09-16 02:34:52 UTC
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     <https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/formula1/54161846>
"Lewis Hamilton says he "won't let up" in his fight against injustice
as the FIA decided not to investigate his actions at the Tuscan Grand
Prix.
Formula 1's governing body had been considering whether Hamilton broke
its rules in wearing a T-shirt highlighting police brutality at
Sunday's race.
An FIA spokesman told BBC Sport an investigation had been ruled out."
Was there police brutality to highlight at Sunday's race?
Did anybody suggest that there was ?

geoff
texas gate
2020-09-16 03:22:41 UTC
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Did anybody suggest that there was ?
well it wasnt your boyfriend
because you had your cock in his mouth
texas gate
2020-09-15 19:42:35 UTC
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Lewis Hamilton
He's making a fool of himself.
texas gate
2020-09-15 23:54:50 UTC
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An FIA spokesman told BBC Sport an investigation had been ruled out."
If the FIA had a problem with it.
They would be called racist.
Colin Stone
2020-09-18 06:50:15 UTC
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