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Murder, Suicide, And The NFL Plays On

dahni Wrote: Dec 07, 2012 12:06 PM
Ummm.... one pro football player who is having a hard time with his live in girlfriend shoots her and then himself. So, the world must pay homage to both of them. Lower the flags, stop all activity for 3 days at least and require everyone to feel responsible for the behavior of one murderous, suicidal individual. Sorry about their deaths, but not as concerned as I am about my son in Iraq.
dahni Wrote: Dec 07, 2012 12:09 PM
Addition: I played football in HS and in DIV. 1 College (we won a Nat'l Championship). I was a 'Red Dog' Linebacker and gave and took a lot of head shots. I also hold a BA, MA and PhD in Physics and Math. Lot's more ex football players like me than like Mr. Belcher.

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