Petition to ESL , Millenial Esports, MLG , PGL
Bring Pro League Back To Rainbow Six Xbox
We the community and fans of Xbox Rainbow Six Siege believe the game had a large enough following and large enough participation to keep a Pro League for 2017. The Competitive Rainbow Six Siege community are professional and very social players. They interact with the community and actually promote the game by playing with viewers and teaching newer players how to play. Day in and day out we grind and practice under belief of a 2nd year of competitive. We purchased downloadable content and supported all competitive matches by watching streams and promoting. At no point have we shown doubt in the growth of the game. In fact the game has had a larger community in the end of 2016 then it had near the beginning of 2016. We have seen a steady incline in competitive R6 Siege to the point that it is 4 times larger than any other Rainbow Six League such as PC NA or EU (Based off ESL Cups).We the community sign this to show you the bond we have as a community and to hopefully prove to you that not picking up Rainbow Six Siege as a professional league is heartbreaking to many and will be a huge disappointment. There is giant potential for this game and we all believe this.
Petition to Boston Red Sox
Rally to Retire Tony Conigliaro's #25
Please sign our "RALLY TO RETIRE TONY C’S #25." The “Rally to Retire Tony C’s #25” is a collaborative effort with the Conigliaro family and Tony's fans; helping to lead the charge are movie royalty, the Farrelly Brothers. Our objective is to show support for #25 being retired by the Red Sox! The first to sign the "Rally Roll" in support are Tony C's brothers, Richie and Billy Conigliaro (Billy also played for Red Sox,) along with diehard Tony C fans – Bobby and Peter Farrelly! A scene in tribute to Tony C was included in both Fever Pitch and There’s Something About Mary –making clear that the Farrelly’s commitment to the Sox, and Tony, runs deep.Tony C – a local kid from the North Shore of Boston—was only 19 years when he broke into the big leagues as a rookie in 1964 with the Boston Red Sox. In 1967, during the the Impossible Dream season, the bar was set high for Tony C. At age 22, he not only reached a career total of 100 home runs, but attained that milestone at the youngest age for an American League player; but on August 18th he was struck in the face by a fastball and his season – and many thought his career – was over. Conigliaro eventually came back, despite all odds; and while his injury changed him forever – he made every effort to continue in the game he loved. During his time with the Red Sox, Tony C: Batted .270 162 home runs 501 RBI Holds the MLB record for most homeruns (24) hit by a teenage player Watch Tony C hit a home run his first time at bat at Fenway Park! Tony C is a legend. Please join us in signing the "Rally to Retire Tony C's #25" to show the Red Sox we support #25 joining other team greats in right field! Share your support via social media using the hashtag #RTRTonyC25!
Petition to Seung-hoon Lee, Yang-Ho Cho, Jung-Haeng Kim
Honorary Ambassador Seung-hoon Lee: Speak for the Korean animals at the PyeongChang 2018!
Honorary Ambassador Seung-hoon Lee: Speak for the Korean animals at the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Games! Dear Seung-hoon Lee, You have stated that you will do your best to “promote the PyeongChang Games” as an Honorary Ambassador of PyeongChang 2018. We admire your hard work and dedication, as we understand these qualities all too well ourselves here at KoreanDogs.org where we actively raise awareness and petition for the end of the dog/cat meat trade in South Korea where they are tortured and butchered for food. As an athlete and respected representative, we kindly ask that you utilize your voice to passionately connect with your public, bringing awareness and promoting change regarding this illegal industry, please help us to end this trade and save the animals we love and call family. Campaigning and advocating change is a constant demonstration of our compassion and determination to provide better lives and a better world for these animals, and we will not stop until this vision is realized. While individual acts of advocacy are important, standing together in One Voice is powerful beyond measure. Seung-hoon Lee, we here at KoreanDogs.org kindly ask you to please use your public platform to raise awareness for this issue, to give a voice to those who have none, and create compassionate change for South Korea.
Petition to Tae-bum Mo, Yang-Ho Cho, Jung-Haeng Kim
Honorary Ambassador Tae-bum Mo: Speak for the Korean animals at the PyeongChang 2018!
Honorary Ambassador Tae-bum Mo: Speak for the Korean animals at the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Games! Dear Tae-bum Mo, You have stated that you will “aim for the best result in PyeongChang” as an Honorary Ambassador of PyeongChang 2018. We admire your hard work and dedication, as we understand these qualities all too well ourselves here at KoreanDogs.org where we actively raise awareness and petition for the end of the dog/cat meat trade in South Korea where they are tortured and butchered for food. Living up to your words and goals as ambassador, what can be a better result of the Games than ending the suffering of millions of animals in your home country? We kindly ask that you utilize your voice to passionately connect with your public, bringing awareness and promoting change regarding this illegal industry, please help us to end this trade and save the animals we love and call family. Campaigning and advocating change is a constant demonstration of our compassion and determination to provide better lives and a better world for these animals, and we will not stop until this vision is realized. While individual acts of advocacy are important, standing together in One Voice is powerful beyond measure. Tae-bum Mo, we here at KoreanDogs.org kindly ask you to please use your public platform to raise awareness for this issue, to give a voice to those who have none, and create compassionate change for South Korea.
Petition to Joe Lacob and Peter Guber
Warriors Ownership...It's Time For Official Team Merchandise That Also Recognizes OAKLAND!
Oakland California is a true sports city. Even more so, it is a true basketball city. Bill Russell, Gary Payton, Isaiah Rider, Jason Kidd, Antonio Davis, Paul Silas, Brian Shaw, Paul Pierce, Leon Powe, and today's NBA star Damian Lillard, among several others, were all either born or raised here. Therefore, it is undeniable that Oakland, CA has contributed much to the legend and lore of the NBA over several decades. Which brings us to the matter at hand, the "Golden State" Warriors. The sad but plain truth is that despite having been the host city of the Warriors for the past 45 years, the Golden State Warriors organization has never acknowledged Oakland on any official team merchandise. A Little History: -When the organization was formed in Philadelphia in 1946, they bore the name of their host city, and called themselves the Philadelphia Warriors. -When the organization moved to San Francisco in 1962, despite being the only professional basketball team in the Bay Area(just like today), they still bore the name of their host city, and called themselves the "San Francisco" Warriors. But 9 years later, when they moved to Oakland in 1971, for some strange reason, all of a sudden, the rules changed. The team completely refused to identify with its host city, Oakland. Rather, in a move that is completely contrary to every other team in the NBA that has multiple teams playing in one state, they chose to label themselves with the ambiguous moniker of "Golden State". Now the official Golden State Warriors mantra is that the Warriors are simply the "Bay Area's team", which supposedly justifies them using the nationally ambiguous identity of "Golden State." Yet at the same time, they regularly and brazenly showcase their retro "San Francisco" and "City" jerseys all over the NBA, even putting a San Francisco "City" logo in the middle of the Oakland Oracle Arena court, for the world to see! They have committed themselves to taking the team from Oakland, and moving them back to San Francisco by the 2018/2019 NBA season. They even went further, and publicly flirted with changing the name of the team BACK to the San Francisco Warriors after the move! We believe this is disrespectful and unfair to the city of Oakland, and to that we say, Enough is Enough! If the Warriors can proudly display their pride in San Francisco, a place that only hosted the team for 9 years, then even more so they should recognize and acknowledge the city of Oakland, who has hosted them for 45 years, spent over 100 million dollars of taxpayer money, hosted 2 championships, and supported the team through thick and thin, even while the Warriors were the laughing stock of the entire NBA! We think it's time that the Warriors finally have alternate jerseys that pay homage and respect to the city and fans of Oakland and the East Bay, who have been the lifeblood of the organization for 4 and a half decades! We are proposing alternate jerseys that say "THE TOWN", a name that we Oakland residents have affectionately called our city for over 30 years. I have included examples of what the jerseys could look like, but any similar style can also be discussed and suggested. The main point is that the Warriors should ALSO have official team jerseys, that fans can purchase, that acknowledge their host city, Oakland CA, and the fans of Oakland and the East Bay, who have been the lifeblood of the Warriors team and organization for over 4 decades! Is there precedent in the NBA for this? Well consider: -The Portland Trailblazers have "RipCity" jerseys -The Charlotte Hornets have "BuzzCity" jerseys -The Houston Rockets have "ClutchCity" jerseys -The Golden State Warriors have proudly flaunted "The City" jerseys around for years, despite not even playing in San Francisco for the past 45 years.So it is only RIGHT and FAIR that the Warriors also have official team merchandise that says "The Town", to represent Oakland, just as it has official team merchandise that says "The City", to represent San Francisco. Not to mention, it would increase team revenue from merchandise, as I'm sure these jerseys would be extremely popular league wide! Let's see...16 years in Philadelphia, 9 years in San Francisco(Daly City) 45 years in Oakland. Oakland loves and identifies with the Warriors. We always have. But it often feels that the Warriors don't want to publicly identify with us. We think it's long overdue for the Warriors organization to show Oakland some love! Join us in urging Warriors ownership to finally do the right thing, before they move back to San Francisco, and all remembrance of Oakland and the East Bay, becomes nothing more than a distant, forgotten memory!In addition to signing this petition, don't hesitate to message the Warriors organization directly, and let them know how you feel as email@example.com://twitter.com/peterguberhttps://twitter.com/rickwelts For more on the background story...http://bit.ly/1RzffLS
Petition to FOX Broadcasting Company, ESPN, Ohio Governor, Ohio State Senate, Fan feedback, MLB, Executive relations, Rob Manfred, Major League Baseball, Harold Reynolds, Chris Rose
WE WANT OUR CHIEF WAHOO BACK!
The Indians' fan email reply told me I have to address this to MLB, not the Indians organization. It appears MLB and the Indians Organization does NOT listen, nor care to listen, to their fans! Indians fans buy the tickets, merchandise, etc..the protesters do not spend one thin dime! Cater to those who write your paychecks. The courts recently ruled it goes against the 1st amendment to force a team to change their name or logo. There are thousands of Indians' fans who want their beloved Chief Wahoo incorporated back the way it was before all the P.C. hype! We also "dislike"..(to be mild), the block "C"! TOO many reasons to mention why it's sooo awful! We know where Chief Wahoo can still, barely, be seen. But the block "C" has taken over his spot everywhere else. It appears it doesn't matter what the fans want because absolutely NOTHING has been done or even acknowledged. It's very disheartening that not ONE person has acknowledged our plea. I have one of many pages full of fans who want this! Included are some links to 2 of those many pages, showing how Indians' fans..and even other people, want Chief Wahoo back as our prominant logo. Indians fans want their Chief Wahoo back! Below, 2 facebook support pages: https://www.facebook.com/KeepChiefWahoo/?fref=ts https://www.facebook.com/Keep-Chief-Wahoo-697346770308085/?ref=hl
Petition to the Baltimore Ravens, Larry Hogan, Maryland Stadium Authority, Stephanie Rawlings-Blake
Tell the Ravens that the Ray Lewis statue should not be moved!
Word is that the Baltimore Ravens are considering re-locating the statue of Ray Lewis that currently stands outside of Gate A of M&T Bank Stadium. The story below says that "Many Ravens fans have complained that the statues of John Unitas and Lewis side-by-side clutter up the entrance to Gate A and word is Ravens management agrees. The statue will now be positioned above the tunnel where the Ravens are introduced. Billowing smoke and a few chords of “Hot in Here” [sic] will precede player introductions as part of an effort to make said introductions a bit more electric." http://russellstreetreport.com/2016/04/01/lombardis-way/ravens-rumor-mill/ Moving this statue to a location inside the stadium will prevent many from being able to visit and touch the statue except when the stadium gates are open for an event. This will prevent many Ravens fans from be able to visit Ray to mark special events in their lives that happen to occur on non-game days. Countless couples will be denied the opportunity to have engagement or wedding party pictures taken with Ray unless they can make special arrangement with M&T Bank Stadium. Many newborn Ravens fans who happen to be born between March and July will not be able to include a photo of them with Ray in their birth announcement pictures. Ravens fans will not be able to visit with Ray for a few moments of quiet introspection before a big job interview or marriage proposal. Please help convince the Ravens management NOT to move the statue from its current location. If we can get enough support for this petition and public support from Governor Hogan and Mayor Rawlings-Blake, maybe we can convince the Ravens to keep ray where he belongs: standing outside Gate A as an inspiration to Ravens fans and a warning to Ravens foes. The idea of adding billowing smoke and a few chords of "Hot in Herre" to the statue, however, is a very good one that will add to the Ray Lewis statue experience for everyone.
Petition to The New England Patriots
The next time the Patriots win the Super Bowl, we'd like a victory parade in Springfield, MA as well as Boston.
We feel that since Western Massachusetts supports the Patriots as much as those in Boston do, that we too, as part of the state, should be able to host a celebration as well. We'd like to have the Patriots host a parade or an event here after their next Super Bowl win. Many people in Western Mass. can't take time off from work or be away from their children to travel to Boston for the celebration. Everyone who has signed this contract also confirms their love for the Patriots and dedication to the team.