First off I usually don't do Fan Posts and only comment. Be Easy and if this is just a Fan Shot hopefully the great staff at Arrowhead Pride either deletes it, moves it to Fan Post, or would take over this subject that I feel needs discussed and out the way by making a better Post off my idea.
Ok here goes, Watching the news and see a website on Facebook called Arrowhead, Home of the Brave. It's about a small group that thinks saying CHIEFS at the end of the National Anthem is not respectful to the vets by not saying Brave. There is another page on Facebook called Arrowhead, Home of the CHIEFS which is a site that does the opposite and says it's about tradition and in no way is meant to disrespect vets.
Where did "Home of the CHIEFS" come from? Lewis started it back in the Marty days for Joe Montana I heard but don't quote me on that. I tried to look up the birth of this just to make this a more legit fan post but I'm just a moron who has a opinion most of the time and am not very good at computers let alone grammar. I'm butchering this fan post I can feel it.
I read through multiple comments on these websites from people Pro and Con. I don't know if it was timing of my reading or what but mostly all the people I read say they was a vet took pride in saying CHIEFS and was not offended in anyway. Read comments like, "Arrowhead show more patriotism than any other stadium by doing that cause the fans actually stand up and take pride in the Anthem" I also read posts against it saying it was disrespectful to vets. I talked to my girlfriend about this before posting and she said, " I didn't serve my country does that make my opinion about it any less than someone who did?" Thought that was a good point, just cause you chose to make a different career decision shouldn't mean your opinion is less valueable.
Now I'm rambling, as Todd Haley would say Let's get to the Meat and Potatoes of this Post.
What is your opinion? If the Post turns out like crap will the editors put spaces in to keep it from being one paragraph that's hard to read if they don't take it over and make it correct.