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Monday, October 02, 2017

Bar Owner Used Kaepernick And Lynch Jersey’s As Doormats- The Response Was Unexpected

The Lake of Ozarks and the surrounding areas is a place that doesn’t mess around when it comes to anything patriotic. There is no change in attitude, even if it comes to football. News is going viral of a Missouri bar proprietor who is fed up with the disrespect of the National Anthem by the NFL, and has decided in a small way to give back a taste of disrespect as well.

If you were to visit this mans establishment, you might notice taped to the ground right outside his door, two NFL football jerseys. Obviously these jerseys are being used for floor mats. Can you guess which ones they are? I’ll give you first one because that is a no brainer – Colin Kaepernick – and boy does this bar get a lot of business because of him!

According to local media reports, the bar is called SNAFU Bar, and it gets a lot of business because it’s close to Lake Ozark. This same bar also had a Marshawn Lynch jersey fresh from his new team, the Oakland Raiders, taped right there in the ground next to Kaepernick’s 49ers one.

Well that was until a biased, PC dweeb on Facebook notice the picture that was posted by the bar owner, and started to cry about how it could be seen as a racist gesture.



Anonymous said...

If it was local, I would use them to wipe after my business in the toilet, but I ain't drivin that far to use it.

Anonymous said...

Using rags for whatever purpose is okay by me.