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nvpanther

Member Since 08 Nov 2013
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In Topic: Stay Classy Minnesota

16 September 2014 - 05:42 AM

Well having been raised to fear the wrath of my fathers belt myself I realize it was not that long ago pain for punishment was socially acceptable. Hell Im only 33 now and I remember even some teachers had paddles in classrooms.

Dyk Corporal punishmen still has yet to be made illegal in several states.

http://www.corpun.com/counuss.htm

I have children of my own now and I must admit I have to fight my first instinct which is to whip their asses when they do something totally agregiius. I have given in to this urge one time spanking my boy with my hand for totally disrespecting his mother. I realize this is largely a learned behavior from my own childhood. Imo It's not easy for individuals and society as a whole to learn new behaviors within a single generation. Dealing with this requires a whole new set of parenting skills that may not be inherent to everybody.

I do not know much about AP case so I will certainly reserve judgement but perhaps in APs case some (and many others) some good counseling and parenting classes can go a long way in reforming behaviors.

Wouldnt it be more productive for the media, nfl and society as a whole to focus on promoting proactive solutions instead of simply which hunting. The NFL being the multibillion dollar megacorp could throw a tiny bit of PR money into outreach programs and promote public services for getting ordinary people and their players connected to resources to help with their issues before they escalate. Not once all of last week has the media provided any tips/resourses on how to defuse an ordinary argument before it escalates into cops being called or resources for modern effective ways to discipline your children. We do not all live in glass houses. The nfl has attention of the nation atm and I feel it has a genuine opportunity to do something redeeming besides suspending a few players to save face.

In Topic: Watching the Colts Eagles game

16 September 2014 - 02:22 AM

Then eagles punch it in and tie it because of the chosen ones illadvised pass. On the ensuing colts possession Gruden starts yapping about lucks clutch comeback abilities while the colts go 3 and out and punt w under 2 min to go.

The end game narrative was "look eagles built for comebacks". You all know what the narrative would be if that was our QB that chocked away a game like that.

I have nothing against luck im just as sick of the blatant favortism and homerism media as everybody else is on this forum. Thanks for letting me have my turn to vent.

In Topic: Watching the Colts Eagles game

16 September 2014 - 01:58 AM

I agree that luck int pass looked like it had nothing but bad things written all over it going into a crowd of 3 or 4 green jerseys. It was imo a high risk- low reward pass in that situation. Colts were up 7 with 5 min to go and were well within fg range to secure two score lead.

In Topic: vikingsmessageboard goes HARD

16 September 2014 - 01:41 AM

Oh would you look at that, it made the link for me. I love this site more everyday. Anyways, I stumbled across the vikings board closure on cbssports. According to this artcile they pulled the board it in respose to petersons reinstatement. Even message boards are on the anti domestic violence/child abuse PR bandwagon. I hope carolinahuddle.com is not next on the witch hunt. I like this site

In Topic: vikingsmessageboard goes HARD

16 September 2014 - 01:34 AM

http://mweb.cbssport...terson-cowardly

Sorry if it does not create hyperlink, im either retarded or there is no option to create link from me smart phone of mobility.maybe both.

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