Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Womens Roller Derby

This is something that I have been getting a vibe lately.
I talked about it at work a few times how they should bring it
to town, schools and all around out more than it is.
And I also have been running into it more on the internet,
looking for unrelated to Roller Derby searches.
I guess it's a "feather" kind of story so...

It's not that it's like in view of a love of alpha females.
Yes they are good for me and I am adaptive compatible, growth for all,
with a alpha, but it's nothing relating here.

I used to watch the Womens Roller derby on TV
when I was a 14 year old. That does not make me a perv!
But of course I had a Teacher take me to a bar for a Coke
when I was in elementary. (Nothing bad!)
But the point is the point it's nothing bad, just a point of refference
of the times going into today.

Support your Womens Roller Derby!

~~~~~Roller derby is a contact sport played by two teams of five members
roller skating in the same direction around a track. Game play consists of a series of
short match ups (jams) in which both teams designate a jammer who scores points by
lapping members of the opposing team. The teams attempt to hinder the opposing
jammer while assisting their own jammer in effect, playing both offense and defense
simultaneously. Roller derby is played by approximately 1,250 amateur leagues
worldwide, nearly half of them outside the United States.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roller_derby

~~~~~We are a flat-track roller derby team and sisterhood made up of diverse,
passionate women willing to train hard to the point of puking, breaking bones,
sweating blood and crying. Our organization boasts a group of Northeastern
Oklahoma's toughest rollergirls with the most derby experience available in the
state. We give back to our community and provide Tulsa with some hard hitting,
family-friendly fun! 
http://www.roughneckrollerderby.com

~~~~~The Jerzey Derby Brigade, LLC was founded in January 2010 and is
located in Morristown, NJ. We are committed to the empowerment of women,
and community outreach, through the sport of roller derby. We provide a safe,
positive environment for women and men who are passionate about roller derby,
regardless of race, religion and sexual orientation.

The Jerzey Derby Brigade instills solid core values in our team members such as
hard work, loyalty, sisterhood, and sportswomanship in order to grow and sustain
the league AND the personal growth of our team members on and off the track.
 
The Jerzey Derby Brigade is skater owned and skater operated. All money earned goes
back to the league to keep us up and running, including: rink rental, bout production,
promotional and marketing materials. We vote democratically on all major decisions and
are structured with an executive board, and multiple committees including non-skating
officials, sponsorship, events, public relations, coaching and marketing.
http://www.jerzeyderby.com/index.php/about-us

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