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#612976 - 10/01/17 12:55 AM Re: Standing [Re: 1864]  
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#612987 - 10/01/17 04:10 PM Re: Standing [Re: 1864]  
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High Groove Harry won 8 out of 9 races that month.

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Nextel Cup, Nationwide, Xfinity, Monster Energy Cup, Sprint Cup, Grand National...too confusing: Cup or Busch!


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#613169 - 10/11/17 02:16 AM Re: Standing [Re: 1864]  
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Originally Posted by Mercenary Roadie
Problem is the NFL is violating its own rules by allowing it to go on.

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NFL commissioner sends memo- "Everyone should stand for the National Anthem"
Does anyone read the rulebook? .... Might explain all the penalties....


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#613173 - 10/11/17 02:46 AM Re: Standing [Re: 1864]  
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I read somewhere online that the NFL owners are going to meet to discuss changes to the league rules to accommodate such protests.


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#613178 - 10/11/17 03:17 AM Re: Standing [Re: 1864]  
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It's only going to hurt them and their bottom dollar. Too many True Americans just want to watch some football... Change the rule so we don't hurt anyones " fweelings." The Steelers came out and stood the last 2 games. They have my confidence..for now.















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Off topic- Good to see hollywood crumbling.


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#613191 - 10/11/17 02:51 PM Re: Standing [Re: 1864]  
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Update, it's the bottom line...

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#613194 - 10/11/17 03:45 PM Re: Standing [Re: 1864]  
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That's such a pile of BS!! How about simply saying that any team or any member that doesn't follow the rules already written in A62-63 doesn't play. And do it again and you're fired! Those damn players make millions and the stupid libtards are worried about hurting their feelings??

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#613231 - 10/12/17 04:26 PM Re: Standing [Re: 1864]  
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OK am I the only one that noticed that the military man with Pence didn't salute during the national anthem? He was standing at attention, but no salute. I wasn't going to even mention this as I was hoping someone else would. He looks familiar but I can't place him.

The military rule is like the NFL rule as it says "should" not that it's required, so he really did nothing wrong, I just thought it was interesting. I know many vets salute the flag since it was allowed that we could.


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Originally Posted by justbill
OK am I the only one that noticed that the military man with Pence didn't salute during the national anthem? I know many vets salute the flag since it was allowed that we could.


As a sometimes rider with the Patriot Guard I do salute.


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#613239 - 10/12/17 06:34 PM Re: Standing [Re: 1864]  
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#613243 - 10/12/17 09:42 PM Re: Standing [Re: justbill]  
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Originally Posted by justbill
OK am I the only one that noticed that the military man with Pence didn't salute during the national anthem? He was standing at attention, but no salute.


Thinking back many years ago I think I remember the protocol. A serviceman in uniform stands at attention and the salute does not start until the first note of national anthem or TAPS and it is held until the final note is heard. Non-military do what they please whenever they please.


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#613246 - 10/12/17 10:26 PM Re: Standing [Re: 1864]  
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A military man inside, uncovered (without a hat on) would stand at attention as I recall. I seem to remember getting chewed in boot camp for popping a salute without my hat on.


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I remember the first to last note, don't remember no salute without the hat though, Guess I'm going to have to look it up.


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I've never seen so much info on the art of the salute. Bottom line, no cap no salute, for this issue. Thanks for clearing that up.


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Just FYI in response to JBean3329(Dennis) I got chewed a lot for not wearing a cover, I hated wearing a hat at the time, could usually be found in my rear pocket. When I became a "short timer" I had gig slips coming out of every pocket. Now with the very thin hair I wear a hat when outside, must be payback.


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Remember, each branch of the service has their own protocols. Saluting indoors or not, or even what is considered indoors or outdoors, varies widely.

What is correct for a sailor could land a soldier or airman in hot water.

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I didn't check every branch, but yes you're correct the exact protocols do vary.


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In 2008, President Bush signed into law the general rules for Saluting the flag and what the proper protocol is for being at parade rest and coming to attention and when to salute. Prior to Section 595 (Military Salute Of The Flag During The National Anthem) Section 301(b)(1) of title 36, United States Code, ANY service member not wearing head cover was to come to attention and place hand over heart, but was NOT to salute the Flag. NO vet or out of uniform military personnel were to salute the Flag. SINCE Section 595, ANY vet or non uniformed military MAY salute the Flag. There's much more to this, but, suffice it to say the man, in uniform, was following proper protocol. Had he knelt or done ANYTHING but come to attention and face the Flag, he would have broken protocol and the law.

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