Discussion in 'Tickets, Memorabilia and Gear' started by Shaft75, Aug 25, 2011.
Just ran out of toilet paper...
I just had to check what this thread was about. good stuff!
Needless to say, bored at work...
I have a Kareem Jackson if you're interested.
Its for the rear end not the co... nevermind
I use the Carr jersey as my jizz rag.
Matt Stevens wasn't as natually gifted as most NFL players but he put enough effort and hard work into football to make the roster and start for an NFL expansion team.
A few years ago he was involved in a motorcycle accident that left him in a wheelchair.
Tragic. I feel for him and his family.
Still doesn't change my opinion about his game. He never should have stepped on the field as more than a special teamer.
And another thing... It's really hard to feel ultra compassionate for a tatted up dude that got into a wreck on his motorcycle. I'm a giving and sympathetic guy, so I really want to feel terrible about it. But I just can't.
/end terrible thread.
Wow dude. I am not a very sympathetic guy, most of my friends consider me an A-hole but just wow. Is it because he had tats? No idea what caused the motorcycle wreck
Even if you disagree with his decision, the way he talks about his kids and stuff. This is from a chron article on him but I already closed down the link on accident before I copied the link.
Everyone does stupid stuff. I remember running my rx7 down 45 @ 120+ mph at 4 in the morning. I am literally a slick spot on the road away from his position or worse.
At the time, Stevens was obviously a band aid for our team. I'm thinking you should invest in a Travis Johnson or Amobi Okoye jersey for your anal cleansing. Those jokers were flat out thieves.
Yeah... I don't wish what happened to him on anyone. But personally, I'm the type to never get on a bike because I know there would be a bad ending. I won't sky dive because I don't see the reason for jumping out of a perfectly good plane. Just my personality I guess. If you're gonna risk it, unfortunately there could be severe consequences that you'll have to live with.
LOL, he tried out for the team, they signed him and put him out on the field. What did you expect him to do, tell them no? Don't blame him personally.
If you want to wipe your butt with something that reminds you of how awful the Texans were the appropriate piece of cloth would be Charley Casserly's tie.
BTW Sakebomb, you brought up Travis Johnson. Can you believe Cassery passed up Derrick Johnson to draft his lazy a**? I thought of that the other night when I saw DJ blow up a play and make an interception on the same drive. Just imagine how good he would look here right now in this 3-4 D.
I have a tattoo on my ankle.
What was it that you do? Sell repossessed homes? Yeah... you all about sympathy, buddy.
Inexperience caused his wreck. He'd only been riding for a short while. He made a mistake and he paid a dear price for it. For that... he gets my condolences. To err is human.
I sure do. Is that a jab?
I take pride in what I do, just as you do. With my job, I know there is a risk in going out in the east Texas backwoods and verifying that a home is empty. Just like you realize there is a risk from being deaf and riding a motorcycle at a high rate of speed. We just have to be willing to know that things might not turn out for the best.
And my honest opinion is to put my family first before I ever think of getting on a motorcycle or doing anything extreme. I don't need the high... I've gotten it by seeing my son crawl, my daughter saying her first words, etc. I don't need to risk my life to feel good.
LIKE I SAID BEFORE... JMO
To put your enjoyment over your family's needs is just stupid...
Heck yes I remember that day. I was very mad to say the least.
I'm curious... are you trying to imply that its more dangerous for me to ride at a "high rate of speed" as opposed to a hearing person? If so, could you give specific examples? I bet I could easily debunk them.
Presume much about my family values? Ah... it goes both ways... I wouldn't want to teach my kids the art of bottom feeding. A repoman's job is rightfully dangerous. I shrug off the "gunned down repoman in the middle of the night" stories on my local newscast. I root for the homeowner. JMO! JMO!! JUST MY OPINION.
In a feeble attempt to lighten the mood... I saw my kids crawl but you've got me at their first words. Damn bikes...
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