It is the day before the sixth game of the Oakland Raiders. It is near a critical point in the season.
Some folks are writing articles, with repetitive "boos." Here is one with a repetitive phrase we all learned in kindergarten.
Let's get back to the fundamentals, Oakland Raiders. Let's try something we learned when we were children.
"I think I can" should be repeated, over and over, again, by each and every one of us, in the Raider Nation. It should be repeated by the Oakland Raiders team.
All day long, think: I think I can.
Here are some examples of situations requiring a "can do" attitude:
There are theorems in mathematics that earlier generations could not solve, but younger mathematicians have worked hard, thought hard, and finally found solutions to some of those "so-called" unsolved problems.
There was a time in American history that many people thought that the White House would never be diverse in the top position. Yet, it is.
There are those who did not believe that the same man who made history and won the election to become the President of the Un...
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