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A lot of you guys sicken me

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No, I would leave along with everyone else, and we would shut down the plant.

So in other words...when someone you love dies, everyone should take note, but when someone else dies, who gives a fug?

Piss off, ass hole

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please direct me to the post that states this

That's all I'm gonna say. I hope someday you realize that the nfl is just a GAME. Amazing how a game where two shitty teams playing means nothing BUT YOUR ENTERTAINMENT, means more to you than a tragic event, whether it was suicide or not. I understand this is the Internet. I expected to see some posts like that. But damn huddle...talk about classless.

Is that a short term memory or what?

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So in other words...when someone you love dies, everyone should take note, but when someone else dies, who gives a fug?

Piss off, ass hole

I am so confused by what you just said. Is that not exactly what stopping the game would be? Seriously, how is there any difference?

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The point he's trying to make is that why does everyone else have to be impacted over this isolated tragedy? The argument was made multiple times that this happens on a daily basis.

So due to the fact that someone selfishly takes away two lives and impacts dozens others, stadium workers, concession workers and multiple surrounding businesses will have to close to reflect on.....what?

This happened. Life goes on.

The family and the coaches are grieving, not you.

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The guy was a murderer. I couldn't care less about him.

It's not so much about the guy...it's the coaches and employees that saw someone they've come to love end their life in front of them,.

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Is that a short term memory or what?

where does that say his life was worth more than anyone else's? could you bold and italicize it for me please

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im so glad i stayed out this conversation today.

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While I some what agree. Couldn't you hve just expressed your feelings in the other thread?

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So in other words...when someone you love dies, everyone should take note, but when someone else dies, who gives a fug?

Piss off, ass hole

That's not the point he was making.

So If my mom died at work at Bank of America, I would expect that I would personally take the week off and not expect the entire work force of Bank of America to take the day off.

Those that want the game canceled is what people are asking.

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It's not so much about the guy...it's the coaches and employees that saw someone they've come to love end their life in front of them,.

Crennel and Pioli could take a leave of absence. Other coaches and personnel can jump in and take over for a week or two.

Troops die in combat and commit suicide often, troops move on, war continues and the world keeps spinning. The NFL will do the same.

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That's not the point he was making.

So If my mom died at work at Bank of America, I would expect that I would personally take the week off and not expect the entire work force of Bank of America to take the day off.

Those that want the game canceled is what people are asking.

Did she blow her brains out right in front of you at the workplace?

That's what happened in this case.

If Crennel and the Chiefs want to cancel or postpone the game in these circumstances, I have no issue with that.

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