Sean Rhodes 
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Re: “A Diamond Ring

You know the old cliche about a camel being a 'horse designed by a committee'? Well, that same sentiment applies to the city of Richmond. Yes, God forbid that the city stretch and expand beyond what it currently is. God forbid that areas of 'historical significance'...that NO ONE gave a darn about before the ball field proposal...get developed. And GOD FORBID that they build a sports facility in a section of town that isn't the sketchiest part of town. Yeah, you make sure you preserve that historic parking lot. Who knows...some leader of Massive Resistance probably parked his limo there.

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Posted by Sean Rhodes on 07/26/2014 at 9:41 AM

Re: “Confederate Flaggers Inspire Hip-Hop Counter Protest

It just amazes me that the people of the United States continue to put up with those that glorify the banner of treason.

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Posted by Sean Rhodes on 04/16/2014 at 1:08 PM

Re: “Stadium Opponents Launch Their Own Media Campaign

This is the reason why Richmond is a bad sports town. I've only lived in this area since 1994, and in that time, 3 hockey teams have left or folded, 1 baseball team left town and a minor league basketball team folded up shop. You are NOT going to get a team to come here and STAY with 1970's facilities. The Diamond is nothing but Parker Field warmed over. It has none of the allure or appeal of the old ballparks of the Majors...it's an antiquated concrete Erector set. And don't even get me started on the Richmond Coliseum. It's garbage. The Squirrels were promised a new ballpark when they came here. If the city has the money for it, it's time to shut up and deliver.

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Posted by Sean Rhodes on 02/19/2014 at 1:16 PM

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