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sjw is a silly term
RE: So if Mead is in? Does this mean Farah is out?
It is great that Mead is in. I have seen many runners allowed to advance without another disqualification so I am not sure what the issue is.

I guess the rest of the post is moot. I think D'agostino and the NZ runner were advanced because they fell due to the lapped runner causing havoc. It was not there fault and technically the lapped runner did not do anything to be DQ'd. Where is the implication of women being weak?
I find that people who use the term SJW are often the ones who employ the terms racism and sexism the most. They just like it when it fits their preferred narrative at the moment. It's a meaningless phrase used in place of real argument.




rojo wrote:

Let me start by saying.

1) I 100% want Farah in the final

2) I'm 100% pissed at the IAAF for DQign Kemboi.

But if hours after the race the IAAF can just decide to put Mead in the final, are they going to show us what they saw? They must have seen that Mead wasn't the cause of the fall. Then who was?

IF they are going to sticklers abotu the rules with Kemboi, why not here.

Had they not put Mead in, I was contemplating writing a column, "Are racism and sexism the reason why Hassan Mead isn't in the 5000 final?

I normally hate SJWs but it seemed justified here. Yesterday, two white girls go down and they end up putting 3 white girls in the final.

A black dude goes in and he wasn't getting i.

I think the decision yesterday was also sexist against women. It implied as compared to Mead that they are weak and needing of sympathy.

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