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In Topic: Shooting in Missouri sparks protests, looting

Today, 05:17 AM

Wow, this argument is really interesting (not)... I think some of you just like to hear yourselves type...

Back to the actual topic...


This police dept is either completely inept, completely racist, doesn't care about the people that they serve, or possibly all three...

If this was the case, why the hell wasn't it released day ONE and not a full week and a half later???

I find it highly suspicious.

That was known day one. If you listen to his friends account he said they walked up to the car and when the cop tried to open his door they were so close to the car it bounced off of them keeping the cop in the car and that's when the cop probably grabbed him. Which would line up with there being a struggle in the car. From that point we don't really know what happened. But the part about the car door has been known about.

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In Topic: Tom Brady raves about how great the Panthers are

Today, 01:22 AM

Lol the hate in you're guys hearts is hilarious.

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In Topic: Manziel Not Impressing

Yesterday, 11:06 PM

pretty safe bet cameras were on him

sorry man, i think you're in the minority here. i agree the act isn't that big of a deal, but he did it in a time and place when any reasonable person knows you shouldn't do it and he got burned. end of story

It's a football field it isn't church. If you've played any sport with atleast minimal level competition which judging by pictures I can tell you probably haven't you'd know when you are playing emotions run high.

The same emotions people love from their favorite players are the same people like scot don't want to see from players they don't like.

See sherman, Brady, farve, and even our cam. People don't want their favorite players to be happy when they lose but every cam detractor will hop all over him and cite pouting. It's the same in every case. Conformation bias.

What manziel did wasnt wrong or that big of a deal. It was a player showing emotion and using a gesture to jaw back at the opposing team. The majority in this thread made up their minds about him long before he stepped on the field. Which is really fuging pathetic.

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In Topic: Manziel Not Impressing

Yesterday, 10:35 PM

i doubt i'm going to change your mind by reasoning with you, but whatever: flipping off someone is not the same because it's not the action we're talking about but the context in which he performed the action, which was flippantly, blatantly, in front of the cameras, for all the world to see.

and it's not like the NFL benched him for two games or amputated a limb as punishment or something, they slapped him with a fine and left it at that… appropriate, precedented discipline for something the league views as detrimental to its brand.

Did Johnny know he had the cameras on him at that time? If no then it isn't flippantly or blatantly so your argument crumbles.

Reasoning with me? I'm not being unreasonable by calling out scots conformation bias or arguing that flipping the bird is as big of a deal as the media or manziel detractors are making it out to be.

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In Topic: Manziel Not Impressing

Yesterday, 08:12 PM

i'm sure they do… but not like that. and manziel didn't get busted for flipping off the redskins bench… he got busted for flipping it off like that.

Like what. Flipping off someone is the same no matter how you do it. You are grasping for straws here.

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