Discussion in 'Free Speech Alley' started by fanatic, Jun 18, 2020.
No hubcaps on race cars not worth their effort
"Lawrence Wright, who famously uttered the phrase, “If you ain’t a Gator, ya Gator bait, baby” after a 1995 win over Florida State at The Swamp, was livid after the announcement that UF will stop using the cheer."
Lawrence Wright played safety and is black. He is credited with the term Gator Bait and the origin of the cheer.
I heard them yell it long before 1995
This came directly from a UF website I thought it was older than that too
Were any Confederate officers named Florida? If so, that could cause real problems!
There are a lot of cities named Jackson. A state and a city named Wahington. Jefferson Parish, Jefferson County Texas, Jefferson City Missouri. Washington & Lee University. Paul Tulane was a slave owner.
You forgot a lot of blacks with last names Washington and first names Lincoln
roosevelt statue in new york coming down.
Theodore or Franklin?
ted at the museum of natural history