Originally Posted by Shaddows
... do you concede that the preconceived notion he was guilty was not fair?
Do you still think he should not be allowed to fight?
I am not here to judge.
But I am curious that people who were saying he'd never be allowed to fight in Nevada changed their minds after the hearing...
I did not think the NSAC would license him, which was clearly mistaken. I do not see what that says about him being guilty or not guilty.
The three throws are an allegory:
The paper is representative of the body,
the rock is representative of the spirit,
and the scissors, the mind.