The incident went viral overnight after an Instagram user named “Warren C” posted the tail end of the altercation on social media. The video, which is graphic, shows the perpetrator delivering a series of punches to the face of the 62 year old fan, who remains seated with his hands over his face during the incident. Several other fans attempted to stop the perpetrator after the first punch, but they failed as the victim was left bloodied.
“(Gordon) wasn’t here last month,” said Jackson. “(But) everything makes me nervous. It is not just Josh, right? I’m nervous about everything right now. A jury heard that Colten Boushie and some friends had been drinking before they broke into a truck on one farm, then headed onto Stanley property to ask for help for a flat tire. Stanley testified that he thought his ATV was being stolen. After firing warning shots, he said his gun went off accidentally, striking Boushie in the head as he sat in the group SUV..
But you deserve to know that what we are asking for is a fraction of what DirecTV pays some cable networks that are not nearly as popular in The Heartland. In an average hour, 17% of the Heartland viewing audience watches KFVS12 (Nielsen, November 2013). DirectTV pays other content providers that have a much smaller audience four times more than what we are asking for.
Ronald married his high school sweetheart, Joyce A. Martin, in January, 1955. Their 28 year marriage was blessed with six children. A day after a dominant road victory in Kansas City on Oct. 15, he downplayed reports he wanted to be traded, reports that surfaced as the team was flying back to Pittsburgh that he wanted out. This time around, he didn dismiss the idea of being sent elsewhere before next Tuesday deadline.
Football may also illuminate our racial situation: Is it really an accident that a largely white country delights in turning on its TV sets on Sundays and watching African American guys (who compose almost 70 percent of the NFL) slam full truck into each another? We sometimes ask why so many of our elite football players are black and then shy away (rightly, I think) from explanations that involve genetics and biology. But is it possible that what makes a standout football player is often a reservoir of anger that’s ready to be tapped? And who in our culture has more right to anger than African Americans? But anger (unlike love, say) is fungible: it can be readily redirected. And maybe on Sunday afternoons those black men turn their rage on each other when it might well be directed elsewhere..