There should be a Nobel Prize for gifs
APack committed to using
Aww nah, hell nah
I think you said enough, no one has to put words in your mouth.
Seriously 98% of the comments in this thread are either people blaming the victim or convicting Zeke for domestic abuse. NO ONE HERE HAS A FUCKING CLUE WHAT HAPPENED. None of us were there. None of us knows their situation. Until we do, let's hold back with the pitchforks. I get it, this is the internet, people have #hottakes and want to share them. But god damn, these comments are so fucking trash.
Let's hope the truth comes out, whatever that may be. Until then, I'll withhold judgement and commentary.
Eddie George lives life the way we all should. I swear there's nothing that guy can't do.
GSH is awesome!
The blonde on Flip or Flop is hot but am I the only one who thinks her mouth looks kinda weird when she talks?
This is the correct answer. Followed closely by Major League.
Arizona. Always liked Lute Olson.
Yep, you're right. I overlooked that. Edited the paragraph to correct. But I think I'd still take Mangold at C
I pulled a Ryan Hamby and dropped the ball in adding a TE
I'm not trying to hate on Pryor but I lost count how many times a guy was open in the flat and Pryor sailed the ball 10 yards over his head.
I think if I were to do a version 2.0 I'd put Heyward over Bennett but I like Diesel's athleticism over Hankins.
Wouldn't argue with Holmes but Pryor would be 4th on my list behind Smith, Braxton, & Krenzel
The recency bias is real. It's easy to remember plays and players from 2013. Not so much from 2002. At least when it comes to the OL. But the fact our line underperformed for a decade is reflected in my picks.
I felt bad leaving Braxton off but can't put him at QB over Troy and can't put him at WR over a few other guys. But he'll always be one of my favorite guys to watch.
I wouldn't argue with that
Good point on Holmes. Super Bowl MVP and all
I'm certainly not saying just because you don't agree with a law you shouldn't be subject to the consequences of breaking it. Just that you can't inherently define something as right/wrong based on it's legal status. Someone above mentioned slavery. While it was legal at the time, that doesn't mean it was right. Perhaps one day we'll look back at marijuana prohibition like we currently look back at alcohol prohibition. Was consuming alcohol in the 20's wrong? From a legal standpoint, sure. But from a person to person standpoint I don't think so.
Just because something is illegal doesn't make it wrong. And just because something is legal doesn't make it right. We all have to decide for ourselves what we think is right and wrong, and as long as that decision doesn't affect others, then who cares?
Smoke 'em if you got 'em
"Sorry if too political, thought it was a funny" to be exact. Which, to be fair, I laughed.