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Old 06-28-2013, 10:47 AM   #1001
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I don't know why we put these douchebags on a pedestal. Most oft the NFL players are lowlife idiots. I have to find the article .but I think like 2% of the NFL players have been arrested since the Superbowl (4 mo) I'd love to have that stat with my employees
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Old 06-28-2013, 11:25 AM   #1002
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I don't know why we put these douchebags on a pedestal. Most oft the NFL players are lowlife idiots. I have to find the article .but I think like 2% of the NFL players have been arrested since the Superbowl (4 mo) I'd love to have that stat with my employees
It's really a very small minority who are genuine lowlifes.
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Old 06-28-2013, 11:28 AM   #1003
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I don't know why we put these douchebags on a pedestal. Most oft the NFL players are lowlife idiots. I have to find the article .but I think like 2% of the NFL players have been arrested since the Superbowl (4 mo) I'd love to have that stat with my employees
my math might be a little off, but 2% doesn't seem like most of the league
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Old 06-28-2013, 11:34 AM   #1004
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Old 06-28-2013, 11:39 AM   #1005
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Old 06-28-2013, 12:04 PM   #1006
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So by now everybody knows that my man Aaron Hernandez has re-written the book on how NOT to commit murder. Just the absolute worst murderer who has ever played the game. My question is what do you think his dumbest move was? Was it him picking up the victim in a rental car he rented under his name? Was it him killing the dude a mile from his house? Was it him returning the rental car with shell casing in it? Was it him carrying the gun back to his house and getting caught on his own surveillance cameras waving the murder weapon around? Or was it him proceeding to break his cell phone and surveillance equipment but not really breaking it? Just start to finish an absolute tour de force in how not to murder a guy.

I guess of all the things he did wrong the one that gets me the most is I still donít get how he just left the body there? That makes ZERO sense to me. Itís not like he shot him in a different state. Hernandez basically shot him in his kitchen. Like his neighbors heard the gun shots. For all we know he left a little video of himself making it rain over the body. Just surreal ineptitude to the point Iím not even sure you can call it ineptitude anymore. Itís almost like he wanted to be caught.

My only conclusion is that Hernandez is brain dead. Not even joking. I mean Iíve never killed a bro before, but I promise you this. If I do Iím not going to kill him where I live and just leave him there and hope for the best. Thatís rookie ball. Throw him in a river. Bury him. Kill him in Dorchester on Blue Hill Ave and make it seem random. But donít go to your upscale neighborhood and execute him gangland style in your driveway and leave him there. Thatís going to get you caught 1 million out of 1 million times. Murder 101 really.
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Old 06-28-2013, 12:05 PM   #1007
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It's really a very small minority who are genuine lowlifes.
Your name reminds me of that Star Trek episode where Kirk discovered that the Greek gods were actually aliens who visited the Greeks and influenced their philosophy.
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Old 06-28-2013, 12:20 PM   #1008
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Your name reminds me of that Star Trek episode where Kirk discovered that the Greek gods were actually aliens who visited the Greeks and influenced their philosophy.
Truly, the best "out-of-left-field" comment I've read in a long time!
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Old 06-28-2013, 01:58 PM   #1009
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my math might be a little off, but 2% doesn't seem like most of the league
That's because the media likes to paint a broad brush and make the viewers think that the NFL is made up of a bunch of thugs. In the summer, its a slow news cycle, so the media is milking all they can out of these incidents.
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Old 06-28-2013, 02:08 PM   #1010
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Pats store offers jersey exchange , The New England Patriots are offering anyone with a No. 81 Aaron Hernandez jersey that was purchased at the team's pro shop the opportunity to exchange it for a free jersey of comparable value, the team announced.
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Old 06-28-2013, 02:12 PM   #1011
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So by now everybody knows that my man Aaron Hernandez has re-written the book on how NOT to commit murder. Just the absolute worst murderer who has ever played the game. My question is what do you think his dumbest move was? Was it him picking up the victim in a rental car he rented under his name? Was it him killing the dude a mile from his house? Was it him returning the rental car with shell casing in it? Was it him carrying the gun back to his house and getting caught on his own surveillance cameras waving the murder weapon around? Or was it him proceeding to break his cell phone and surveillance equipment but not really breaking it? Just start to finish an absolute tour de force in how not to murder a guy.

I guess of all the things he did wrong the one that gets me the most is I still donít get how he just left the body there? That makes ZERO sense to me. Itís not like he shot him in a different state. Hernandez basically shot him in his kitchen. Like his neighbors heard the gun shots. For all we know he left a little video of himself making it rain over the body. Just surreal ineptitude to the point Iím not even sure you can call it ineptitude anymore. Itís almost like he wanted to be caught.

My only conclusion is that Hernandez is brain dead. Not even joking. I mean Iíve never killed a bro before, but I promise you this. If I do Iím not going to kill him where I live and just leave him there and hope for the best. Thatís rookie ball. Throw him in a river. Bury him. Kill him in Dorchester on Blue Hill Ave and make it seem random. But donít go to your upscale neighborhood and execute him gangland style in your driveway and leave him there. Thatís going to get you caught 1 million out of 1 million times. Murder 101 really.
Bizarre. I just read a report that the guy who he shot in the eye, and was suing him, was also left for dead in an industrial park. The lawsuits are getting filed too. His fiance and child can expect not one thin dime to be left. Genius.
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Old 06-28-2013, 02:24 PM   #1012
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And the patriots make a decent move offering to exchange Hernandez patriots jerseys actually bought:

http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/nfl-sh...tml#more-49583
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Old 06-28-2013, 02:34 PM   #1013
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Pats store offers jersey exchange , The New England Patriots are offering anyone with a No. 81 Aaron Hernandez jersey that was purchased at the team's pro shop the opportunity to exchange it for a free jersey of comparable value, the team announced.
Betcha they don't do that with the Tebow jerseys.
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Old 06-28-2013, 02:46 PM   #1014
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So by now everybody knows that my man Aaron Hernandez has re-written the book on how NOT to commit murder. Just the absolute worst murderer who has ever played the game. My question is what do you think his dumbest move was? Was it him picking up the victim in a rental car he rented under his name? Was it him killing the dude a mile from his house? Was it him returning the rental car with shell casing in it? Was it him carrying the gun back to his house and getting caught on his own surveillance cameras waving the murder weapon around? Or was it him proceeding to break his cell phone and surveillance equipment but not really breaking it? Just start to finish an absolute tour de force in how not to murder a guy.

I guess of all the things he did wrong the one that gets me the most is I still donít get how he just left the body there? That makes ZERO sense to me. Itís not like he shot him in a different state. Hernandez basically shot him in his kitchen. Like his neighbors heard the gun shots. For all we know he left a little video of himself making it rain over the body. Just surreal ineptitude to the point Iím not even sure you can call it ineptitude anymore. Itís almost like he wanted to be caught.

My only conclusion is that Hernandez is brain dead. Not even joking. I mean Iíve never killed a bro before, but I promise you this. If I do Iím not going to kill him where I live and just leave him there and hope for the best. Thatís rookie ball. Throw him in a river. Bury him. Kill him in Dorchester on Blue Hill Ave and make it seem random. But donít go to your upscale neighborhood and execute him gangland style in your driveway and leave him there. Thatís going to get you caught 1 million out of 1 million times. Murder 101 really.
The "dont murder someone in the first place" option? Even the fans are moronic.

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Old 06-28-2013, 02:47 PM   #1015
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Old 06-28-2013, 02:51 PM   #1016
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Old 06-28-2013, 02:54 PM   #1017
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Hoping this guy is not standing there without pants muttering to himself "this is my weapon, that is my gun..."


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Old 06-28-2013, 02:57 PM   #1018
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Old 06-28-2013, 02:59 PM   #1019
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It's also not real (note the orange barrel tip).
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Old 06-28-2013, 04:56 PM   #1020
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It's also not real (note the orange barrel tip).
Sarcasm is totally lost on you, isn't it!?
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Old 06-28-2013, 05:42 PM   #1021
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Truly, the best "out-of-left-field" comment I've read in a long time!
Not to mention the guy has been on here for about 2 years and Smurf just now notices his screen name?
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Old 06-28-2013, 06:11 PM   #1022
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Sarcasm is totally lost on you, isn't it!?
Sarcasm is rarely well-conveyed on message boards.
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Old 06-28-2013, 07:09 PM   #1023
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Depends on the reader.
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Old 06-28-2013, 07:21 PM   #1024
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You don't say.
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Go look up the studies. There's a lot of signs that rape is so prevalent in our prisons because the people running them don't care and sometimes even use it as a tool to control prisoners. You clearly have no idea how unbelievably corrupt our prison system is. You also clearly don't know that the majority of people in our prisons are non-violent criminals, at least before they are subjected to the hell that is prison.
if America actually cared, there would probably be a way to sue prison systems or bring up some charges related to cruel and unusual punishment.
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