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TNET: WATCH: Travis Etienne surprises his Dad for Father's Day

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Jun 25, 2021, 9:48 AM
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WATCH: Travis Etienne surprises his Dad for Father's Day

Check out this video as former Clemson star Travis Etienne surprises his father with a special Jaguars gift basket with a hat, socks, and even a few koozies. Video Description: Jaguars first round draft pick Travis Etienne Jr. surprises his dad with Jags gear for Father's Day at TIAA Bank Field in p Read Update »


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Jag GEAR ? ? ? That man wants a 12 cylinder JAGUAR ! ! !

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Jun 25, 2021, 9:52 AM
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COME ON, MAN ! ! ! !

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Re: Jag GEAR ? ? ? That man wants a 12 cylinder JAGUAR ! ! !

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Jun 25, 2021, 11:45 AM
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I could be wrong, but I don't think that Jag uses the 12 cylinder engine any longer, and I don't think that they have for a while now. But they do have a 500 plus HP in a V8 engine!!!


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OK Mr. Literal. Good posting with you. Solid stuff.


Jun 25, 2021, 11:51 AM
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lol - have a good 'un, AIAOATT . . . .

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Jun 25, 2021, 9:58 AM
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Love Travis and this family. No over the top cars, houses, etc. His father is proud and happy to receive a modest gift because it is from his son with love. I was fortunate enough to meet his younger brother Trevor at a game in DV and it sure seems like the entire family has been raised to be humble and respectful like their father. Hope Trevor becomes a Clemson Man too!

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Jun 25, 2021, 11:10 AM
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Absolutely, to me his brother reminds me more of Barry Sanders because of his short space quickness! Love this family, I believe ETN made some money giving these gifts & advertising for cardman too.

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Jun 25, 2021, 1:17 PM
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That video is further proof of of the biggest problem in the black community, which is nearly 75% of black children are being raised without a father.

ETN was raised well because he had a father in his life and his father said I was a good father because my father was in my life.

It’s a cultural and generational issue. And the black community was not destroyed by racism, but by progressive policies in the late 60s! That has been more than proven by Thomas Sowell and others.

Two of my three best friends at Clemson were black. One of them was my roommate my junior and senior years and we were roommates for several years after college. All three of them are like brothers to me today. One came from a blue-collar family in Alabama and the other came from a white-collar family in South Carolina. They both had a mom and dad at home and grew up in a house that mom and dad owned and their parents made sure all of their kids got a college education. Compare that to the norm in the black community.

The same problems at errr starting to plague the Hispanic and white communities. Because 1/3 of white children and a little over 50% of Hispanics are being raised without a father.

But BLM wants to destroy the nuclear family!

Oh by the way one of the founders of BLM, who is a self professed Marxist, she resigned from BLM’s board & management a couple of weeks ago when it was discovered that she owned millions in real estate and had recently purchased 2 or 3 more properties in the Hollywood hills!

How privileged and capitalist of her!

This is all a con game folks!

If you want to end generational poverty. If you want to eradicate poverty and the overwhelming majority of the social ills in America for people of all races and cultures, there is a very simple solution. Economist’s have documented this extremely well. All you have to do is three things:

1. Graduate high school.
2. Wait till you are 25 before having children.
3. Don’t have children until you are married.

If you do those three things, regardless of race and demographics, you will have a near zero probability of being in and raising your children in poverty.

If you add a fourth metric, which is getting a job and learning skills and working your way up into better jobs before having children before getting married, the probability drops to basically zero! And that is for people of every demographic.

I think that’s part of why the culture at Clemson is so different. There’s no way I can prove this, but I’m sure someone closer to the program could do a casual survey, but think about how often when we are recruiting kids we hear about their mom and their dad. Think about how often we hear about kids we’re recruiting that have parents that have served in the military. We’re not just going after kids that are humble and value education and fit Clemson‘s culture. I would venture to say we have a significantly higher than usual proportion of players that come from families with a mother and a father and that have the type of values that fit our culture. The culture Dabo has created that is now the biggest selling point of our program.

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Jun 25, 2021, 6:05 PM
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That video is further proof of of the biggest problem in the black community, which is nearly 75% of black children are being raised without a father.

ETN was raised well because he had a father in his life and his father said I was a good father because my father was in my life.

It’s a cultural and generational issue. And the black community was not destroyed by racism, but by progressive policies in the late 60s! That has been more than proven by Thomas Sowell and others.

Two of my three best friends at Clemson were black. One of them was my roommate my junior and senior years and we were roommates for several years after college. All three of them are like brothers to me today. One came from a blue-collar family in Alabama and the other came from a white-collar family in South Carolina. They both had a mom and dad at home and grew up in a house that mom and dad owned and their parents made sure all of their kids got a college education. Compare that to the norm in the black community.

The same problems at errr starting to plague the Hispanic and white communities. Because 1/3 of white children and a little over 50% of Hispanics are being raised without a father.

But BLM wants to destroy the nuclear family!

Oh by the way one of the founders of BLM, who is a self professed Marxist, she resigned from BLM’s board & management a couple of weeks ago when it was discovered that she owned millions in real estate and had recently purchased 2 or 3 more properties in the Hollywood hills!

How privileged and capitalist of her!

This is all a con game folks!

If you want to end generational poverty. If you want to eradicate poverty and the overwhelming majority of the social ills in America for people of all races and cultures, there is a very simple solution. Economist’s have documented this extremely well. All you have to do is three things:

1. Graduate high school.
2. Wait till you are 25 before having children.
3. Don’t have children until you are married.

If you do those three things, regardless of race and demographics, you will have a near zero probability of being in and raising your children in poverty.

If you add a fourth metric, which is getting a job and learning skills and working your way up into better jobs before having children before getting married, the probability drops to basically zero! And that is for people of every demographic.

I think that’s part of why the culture at Clemson is so different. There’s no way I can prove this, but I’m sure someone closer to the program could do a casual survey, but think about how often when we are recruiting kids we hear about their mom and their dad. Think about how often we hear about kids we’re recruiting that have parents that have served in the military. We’re not just going after kids that are humble and value education and fit Clemson‘s culture. I would venture to say we have a significantly higher than usual proportion of players that come from families with a mother and a father and that have the type of values that fit our culture. The culture Dabo has created that is now the biggest selling point of our program.


Some of what you say is true, but a little strong. Wait until you’re 25? This is what’s wrong with the black community? 32, black, male, married for 11 years, father of 4, from single parent household, absent father… statistics don’t apply to everyone

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Nice!!! Another political post...


Jun 26, 2021, 5:38 PM
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Who'd knew?

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Jun 25, 2021, 2:40 PM
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That didn't look staged at all. So, where was the "surprise"?

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