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NanuqoftheNorth

Member Since 09 Nov 2009
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In Topic: Jameis Winston: I didn't steal the crab legs

23 April 2015 - 12:54 AM

You and NFL gms aren't in agreement on this. The people who have a opinions that actually matter have said this is of no concern to them. It's telling though you have people in this thread calling a young black kid who received some free food a thief.

 

Just about any employer looking at this young man's history over the last few years would be reluctant to hire him, as they should be.

 

He is fortunate that he has been blessed with such great talent on the grid iron because with his track record he would have a problems getting employment at a Chick-fil-A.
 


In Topic: Jameis Winston: I didn't steal the crab legs

22 April 2015 - 07:50 PM

It's not clear that it has cost Jameis anything financial.

 

Yes I'm sure sponsors will ignore his continued lack of good judgement.
 


In Topic: Jameis Winston: I didn't steal the crab legs

22 April 2015 - 07:49 PM

If that were the only dumb thing he had done, I am with you.

Bigger concern is dumb decision after dumb decision. There seems to be a deep rooted pattern and no real acknowledgement that he needs to change it.

 

Even now, on national TV, he is acting like he didn't know his "friend" at Publix was helping him steal.

 

Hey, draft me! 

 

I lack a moral compass and am willing to jeopardize my professional future for some crab legs or...

 

I'm just really slow on the uptake.

 


In Topic: Jameis Winston: I didn't steal the crab legs

22 April 2015 - 07:33 PM

Possibly the most costly crab legs ever.


In Topic: Hypothetical.... for now

22 April 2015 - 07:20 PM

There is a way forward to significantly reducing unwanted pregnancies.

 

Sexual education of our children and various birth control methods.

 

Teaching males they are as responsible as females for responsible sex.

 

Universal health care, so medical professionals are involved in the sexual education of our youth, not just superstitious or poorly educated parents and friends.