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I fondly remember going to the Silverdome to see the Michigan Panthers play a game. They had one of the best color schemes of all times... Gold, Powder blue, Maroon. Sure wish I could get me one of those jerseys.
posted by bigrotty at 05:33 PM on February 25
Everett.... who am I flaming? I just saw a photo that concerned me and I raised the issue. Geez man relax a little and don't attack me when I was simply bringing to light a photograph. If you dont think there are people in this world who enjoy hurting others, your lying to yourself. In American Football, how many times have we seen a vicious hit which knocked someone out. The person giving the hit looks like they won a gold medal or something. The same can be said about hockey as well. Any sport where there is hard contact, there are going to be people who enjoy hurting somone. Thats a fact of life.
posted by bigrotty at 09:43 AM on February 25
I saw a photo where Taylor is kneeling next to Da Silva immediately after the tackle. It appears Taylor is smiling as Da Silva writhes in pain. I couldnt find the photos by themselves, but on this link to youtube http://youtube.com/watch?v=BukHpck04p8&feature=related take a look @ 28 and 49 seconds.
posted by bigrotty at 04:43 PM on February 24
Why not Soldier Field?
posted by bigrotty at 12:51 PM on February 23
If I recall correctly, this guy is closely associated with Greg Maddux. I believe they were hunting partners at one time.
posted by bigrotty at 09:39 PM on February 07
Tiki Barber..... where are you?
posted by bigrotty at 09:37 PM on February 03
justgary. you wanna discuss the topic or just type somethin that means nothing? Your welcome.
posted by bigrotty at 08:30 PM on November 03
"Just like "cheating" on your taxes,if THE MAN doesn't catch you,there is no crime". With thinking like that, I guess there is no RAPE if the victim does not report it. Nor is there a MURDER if the body of the victim is never found. I fear for your children if this is the kinda crap you feed them as they grow. When they are in jail cause you said "just don't get caught" maybe you'll rethink things. "baseball had rules against gambling clearly posted in the club house for X years.if they didn't want people taking that stuff,allegedly,they should have had rules." You are absolutely right! Why it's clear to me now. All baseball had to do was put a post-it in all the locker rooms informing the players that using STEROIDS is against the law. Right next to all the other post-its explaining how MURDER, RAPE, ROBBERY, ARSON, BATTERY, DUI, and COCAINE POSSESSION are all against the law. You know, on the bulletin board in the LAW library that each clubhouse has. "oh yeah,comparing Bonds to ken lay is just plain stupid" I agree. Apparently your small intellect cannot comprehend that I was not comparing BONDS to LAY. I was comparing how one cannot break LAWS even though there are no specific rules set by your boss or corporation against such conduct. But with your thinking, what LAY and SKILLING did would have been OK if only they did not get caught because, and I again quote from your post "Just like "cheating" on your taxes,if THE MAN doesn't catch you,there is no crime" You made this too easy for me.
posted by bigrotty at 06:30 PM on November 03
"The Anabolic Steroids Control Act of 1990 became law on November 29, 1990, when former President Bush signed the Omnibus Crime Control Bill." taken from steroidlaw.com Joey Michaels, is this good enough for you? Specific Rules? How about SPECIFIC LAWS! Law supercedes any rules of any businesses in the United States. Don't give me that crap about "but if its not in the rules of baseball". You cant break THE LAW just because your job does not specifically have rules written against a specific conduct. Just ask Ken Lay or Jeffrey Skilling... the ENRON guys. Oh wait, Lay died b4 prison time. Just ask Jeff.
posted by bigrotty at 09:21 AM on November 03
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