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First Amendment suspended in Miami during NBA Finals

Discussion in 'Legal' started by mzmtg, Jun 16, 2006.

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  1. mzmtg

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    http://www.nbc6.net/sports/9369925/detail.html

     
  2. Trueno

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    Mark should just plaster the side of the yaught with the logo in even larger letters LOL! That way, it wouldn't be a "sign".

    Shame on that crybaby city manager...when the Heat loses the series, Mark could then cruise up and down the waterfront all day long with "HOW DO YA LIKE ME NOW" on both sides...:evil:

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  3. foghornl

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    Hmmmmm

    Perhaps he could rename his yacht "GO MAVS" :evil:
     
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    I hope he just anchors it near the arena and use the run-about to go to shore when needed.

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  5. MidnightRambler

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    I like Mark Cuban alot. I was pulling for the Mavs until Jerry Stackhouse blindsided Shaquille last night. That kind of ticked me off.
     
  6. NoPhilly

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    Yeah, the police really have nothing better to do in Miami other than enforce the city's "code" about signs on a boat.:rolleyes:
     
  7. ArmedBear

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    The team owner can't park his boat there with a fan sign on it?

    I suppose they won't allow Mavs fans to park their cars on city streets either, unless they remove all fan stickers, flags, etc?

    Personally, I think he should sue the city for restraint of trade. Or maybe just get on TV and tell everyone that the only reason they made him move is because he's Cuban. Turn up the heat a bit.
     
  8. bigun15

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    I was actually kinda scared for Stackhouse. Thought he was going to be the first basketball casualty I have seen on TV.
     
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