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Leeroy Jenkins PhD

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#2286740 NFL.com Greatest Uniform Tournament

Posted by Leeroy Jenkins PhD on 14 July 2013 - 09:52 AM

I mean, let's be real. The Panthers alternate jersey is just that sweet

#2286658 NFL.com Greatest Uniform Tournament

Posted by Leeroy Jenkins PhD on 14 July 2013 - 07:07 AM

Updated voted stats, rounded to the nearest thousand.


Raiders 67,500 vs Texans 35,000


Ravens 66,000 vs Steelers 45,000


49ers 53,000 vs Packers 53,000


Seahawks 62,000 vs Saints 35,000


Eagles (1960-63) 35,000 vs Rams (1973-80) 41,000


Atlanta (1966-67) 91,000 vs Panthers (Alternate) 131,000


Chargers 1961-65 42,000 vs Dolphins 170-72 31,000


Raiders 1963 50,000 vs Pats 1984-87 35,000


#2285667 NFL.com Greatest Uniform Tournament

Posted by Leeroy Jenkins PhD on 13 July 2013 - 08:07 AM

I wonder, if we make it to the next round, will they change our video? Because that crap they got up there now is weak

#2285321 NFL.com Greatest Uniform Tournament

Posted by Leeroy Jenkins PhD on 12 July 2013 - 08:56 PM

“We Romans are rich. We've got a lot of gods. We've got a god for everything. The only thing we don't have a god for is premature ejaculation but I hear that's coming quickly.”


#2275250 Post your pic....

Posted by Leeroy Jenkins PhD on 02 July 2013 - 12:52 PM








#2273873 Update: Aaron Hernandez Charged with Murder/ Cut by the Patriots

Posted by Leeroy Jenkins PhD on 30 June 2013 - 08:12 PM


#2267341 Jonathan Stewart does NOT have cancer. Weird report I knew nothing about.

Posted by Leeroy Jenkins PhD on 25 June 2013 - 12:29 PM

Maybe The Sporting News knows something J-Stew doesn't........

#2265646 Gay player...problem fans

Posted by Leeroy Jenkins PhD on 23 June 2013 - 06:06 PM

What's wrong with the Dutch?




There are only two things I can't stand in this world




#2265380 despicable!

Posted by Leeroy Jenkins PhD on 23 June 2013 - 10:34 AM

I wonder if The Heat Dancers can moonlight for The Panthers now that they have nothing to do...

I am telling you, those basketball dancers smoke the crap out of our cheerleaders!




#2264958 Bucs and the Junk Fax Protection Act of 2005

Posted by Leeroy Jenkins PhD on 22 June 2013 - 12:32 PM

Where'd you get that number from, that's 544,000 faxes lol.

If they knowingly violated the law, the fines could triple. 90 million x 3........

#2264503 Gay player...problem fans

Posted by Leeroy Jenkins PhD on 21 June 2013 - 04:03 PM

So when did they find these genes?  I can't find anything about it. In fact everything I see is the opposite.


"The hereditary link of homosexuality has long been established, but scientists knew it was not a strictly genetic link, because there are many pairs of identical twins who have differing sexualities. Scientists from the National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis say homosexuality seems to have an epigenetic, not a genetic link.:


So we are really splitting hairs now, this is fun.


Epigenetics refers to the phenotypic expression of DNA.  This means that, the DNA that makes you, which there are usually two copies of most genetic sequences, picks and chooses which genetic sequences to bring to the surface.  By saying homosexuality is epigenetic, you are simply stating that the phenotypic expression of homosexuality is not the only way these genes can be expressed.  This is 100% obvious as we look at twin studies.  If there were not epigenetic influence on our DNA, we would have a 1-1 100% twin study.  If you have a  gay twin, you would be 100% likely to be gay.  If you have a gay parent, you would have a 50% chance of being gay.  We understand that it doesn't work like this.  The genetic link is not 1-1, actually twin studies have shown 30% link to pure genetics.  The environment will always play a role in gene expression regardless of the gene itself.  Even the fact that you are a male or female was acted upon by the environment at some point in your development.


Good question though!  I love it!

#2263237 Gay player...problem fans

Posted by Leeroy Jenkins PhD on 20 June 2013 - 02:03 PM



Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians told FoxSports.com on Wednesday he believes that NFL players and coaches would be accepting of an openly gay player, but he's not so sure fans would feel the same way.

"I don't think the locker room would have any problem with it," Arians said in a telephone interview with the website. "The problem would be with the fans. I think especially opposing fans. Some of the things that are said are over the top and out of control that I can imagine what some fans would say to an openly gay player."




My guess based on my experience here......sadly, he is right.


After reading through these 20+ pages, I have to say it truly saddens me that we have not evolved morally and ethically past this being an issue.  Bigotry, hatred, deep seeded religious based insecurities and misinformation are still strong in the Carolinas.


#2263206 Gay player...problem fans

Posted by Leeroy Jenkins PhD on 20 June 2013 - 01:50 PM

Gays is not a civil issue... To have that in the same respect as the civil rights is ludacris... Homosexuality is a choice... There is no gay gene...its a perversion... Theres strength in numbers... Its being forced on society...

#2263100 Gay player...problem fans

Posted by Leeroy Jenkins PhD on 20 June 2013 - 01:11 PM

Okay what you just pointed out that a group of people attacked another group of people because the attackers didn't agree with what the attackees were doing.  


Then you come with an interview you did with a victim and how the treatment changed the life.  None of that has anything to do with why the sky is blue nor does it give case studies from test completed to the mental capacity of heteor and gays at the same time.  The only way to come to a conclusion is running test and coming up with data based from the results.  


You didn't provide any data for me to sink my teeth in.  What you provided was only subjective and slanted to prove your points.  Just a mere ploy to glide under the radar.  i like the stealth moves but it's not going to work.



You want me to prove that homosexuality is not a psychopathology as you have stated. You showed me an article from the 90's claiming that there was controversy regarding the classification of homosexuality amongst medical professionals. 


I presented 3 articles claiming that homosexuality was wrongly identified as a mental disorder (psychopathology).  The book "The Psychoanalyst and the “Homosexual”: A Long, Dark Journey Into Light" outlines that for years, people had it wrong.  They considered homosexuality a disease or mental illness and they were wrong.  The next article talks about the diagnosis of homosexuality being taken out of the DSM.  It is no longer a diagnosable disorder.  The third article is a paper written in the basic sense of the first 2 articles.  I can find more.


Apparently, you are not even sure what you are arguing. 


All I would like you to do is admit you were talking out of your ass when you stated that homosexuality was a mental retardation.

#2262878 Gay player...problem fans

Posted by Leeroy Jenkins PhD on 20 June 2013 - 11:04 AM

FYI, most people would consider calling homosexuals retarded cyber-bullying

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