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She's clearly entitled to the wages, and she will win the lawsuit. Shame on the Raiders, but shameRead More on this woman also. She was stupid enough to sign the contract. I bet she didn't even read it. My guess is that she told her husband one thing or another about pay and requirements, and then after a season or so of her devoting all her time and resources to the team, he questioned her again. Then he read the contract. I bet hubby was not very happy, and hubby called the attorney. Speculation, but she said she didn't know when or how much she would be paid. Well, I'm sure it said it in the contract, you know, the one she didn't read before she signed it.
Michael January 29, 2014 at 08:31 pm
Without our ability to exploit women, one of the pillars of economy will collapse. This woman isRead More thinking only of herself. Her selfish actions will not only hurt football, but our national economy. She, and all women like her, deserve nothing but scorn. She must be taught a lesson or other women will demand an end to their exploitation. This must not be allowed to happen. Go Raiders!
Maybe one day we will educate our woman and allow them to attend school, so that they can read andRead More write. One day they will be able to go out in the world and read contracts before they sign them so that they know how much they are making.
The Oakland Raiders flag at the team's official headquarters in Alameda.
Lisbeth Allen January 23, 2014 at 08:11 am
To all dumb bunnies that aspire to being cheerleaders, let this be a lesson to your perceived valueRead More in society. Time for a new career plan.
Coach Jim Harbaugh looked at the game clock in the waning seconds of the 49ers' loss to Seattle. Credit: screenshot/Dave Colby
Michael John Torrey January 22, 2014 at 12:38 pm
Attn: San Francisco 49ners Date: January 22, 2014 So what you went down in a blazeRead More of Seahawk glory. But Thank God it is not the end of the world and it is most definitely not the end of your game. Even though you went down I was very proud of the way you played. You tried hard and you never lost faith even though the victory fumbled itself away from you and turned itself over to the Seattle Seahawks who are in my Uncle's neck of the woods. Keep your chins up, your strength in the preservative mode, and your confidence in gear. We have a lot of work to do for next year including an N.F.C. Championship tripeat. Always remember you are still champions in your own right. You still have a N.F.C. title that you will have to defend next year. Get a good rest and may God bless. Michael John Torrey E-Mail-mjohntorrey54@yahoo.com Alameda, CA. 94501-1875
JSanders May 12, 2013 at 07:37 pm
This is just a needless personal attack - shame on you.
Steve Johnson May 13, 2013 at 01:47 pm
As Coach Beth said so well, we underwrite a very substantial scholarship fund that is available toRead More to all our families that need financial assistance. We recognize that rowing is an expensive sport, and we want to make certain that all kids that are truly interested in participating can do so, regardless of financial ability.. As President of Oakland Strokes, I can assure you that we are an open and welcoming organization that is very proud of our record of inclusion.,
JSanders May 13, 2013 at 03:24 pm
Coachbeth, what a joke - I asked my question in jest. Rowing is a sport for the elite, and that isRead More perfectly ok. There is no need to be inclusionary in all activities. Should caviar tasting clubs or Porsche owner clubs also have scholarship for low income kids? How ridiculous would that be. Everybody is so brainwashed by the socialists in California that we keep having these ridiculous policies that end up hurting the low income more than helping them.
Eyleen Nadolny May 2, 2013 at 02:43 pm
Bob Melvin is the best thing to happen to the A's in MANY years! Love him and the team! HowRead More appropriate it is that the team's "Root Beer Float Day" every year benefits the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation! Most important of all: KEEP THE A'S IN OAKLAND!!!
SPDTCTR May 3, 2013 at 02:41 am
Caesar designatus eundum!
Jon Spangler May 4, 2013 at 02:59 pm
Rick Eymer made a "bush league" grammatical error that should have been caught. SeeRead More paragraph 2: "Since signing a professional contract with the Detroit Tigers in 1981, Melvin HAS RODE a roller coaster of success and failure." Even a sports reporter should know better than this.....