One thing i have learned is that for good or for worse Dick Masterson has the same qualities and faults as do many women whom have a misplaced sense of blind self righteousness. as long as Dick doesn’t give in admitting to his mistakes then there are none, same way a women acts just to try to be independant and prove a point when there really is no call for it she made a mistake but will never give in. This is a vicious cycle because despite the fact that Dick claims he doesnt hate women in many ways he does he hates the fact that men have to read the minds of women and always have to put our best foot foward despite our genuine selves to always have to prove something to women 24/7 women will scrutinize our sense of style to how we talk to our mannerisms how we argue with them how we communicate with them how to take care of not only their needs but their wants as well, what do men wan’t from women think about all we wan’t is love like the beatles. the moment the women notices weakness in her man is the moment she thinks about changing him or cheating, what the hell. and it is this behavior in women in many ways that has made Dick who he is . i do give him credit though for speaking his mind and many of us men right or wrong need to speak out. too many corrupt women are not putting in equal effort to be honest. all they see is what they don’t like in men and how they are weak. all men feel when they see a women is love and despite the pointless nagging we men put up with it.
In the mid-1980s, three major networks meant that three major broadcast contracts would be up for grabs—and the NFL owned all three. To Trump and the USFL, this constituted a monopoly. They filed suit in October 1984. By the time it went to trial in May 1986, the league had shrunk from 18 teams to 14, hadn’t hosted a game since July 1985, kept only threadbare rosters, and was losing what existing television deals it had by migrating to smaller markets (a major part of the NFL’s case was that the real reason for the lawsuit, and the moves to smaller markets, was to make the league an attractive takeover prospect for the NFL). The ruling—which could have forced the NFL to drop one of the three network deals—would effectively become the deciding factor of whether the USFL would continue operations.