Reporter was caught in cloud of tear gas and kind of struggling to get out. She was picked up by a young man who “didn’t have the stomach for tear gas.” He was driving around the city picking up people in the same situation as she was in and taking them to safety. While driving, he was also bombing police with eggs when he would zip by.
Would you still support the Packers if they had "Kraft" as a shirt sponsor on all of their jerseys?
In the world of sports, advertising plays a huge role. In the world of soccer, shirt sponsors play the biggest role of any advertiser. Barcelona, the last vestige of extremely expensive shirt real estate, made a deal with UNICEF a few years ago to put the UNICEF logo on their shirts and to donate $1,000,000 a year to the foundation. This ultimately led to fan acceptance of a “sponsor” on their teams shirts. Now, they have done away with the UNICEF logo(still are donating the yearly amount though) and have signed the biggest deal in history with the Qatar Foundation as the new sponsor. If you have an issue with your team using their shirts as a billboard, why is it? Would you care if, say, the New York Jets or the Boston Redsox started taking shirt sponsors? I say, if it makes the team better by providing more cash to reinvest into better players, facilities, etc., then do it up.
Philadelphia is full of liars and thieves in government.
Does art have some inherent value that makes it “public domain?” Should a museum or government institution be able to claim art from a private citizen/company/foundation because it would be for the benefit of “all?”