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Comment 30 Jan 2015

His employer has no right to tell he cannot drink alcohol, except during official team functions. Employers are crossing the line into personal time and we need to put an end to it.

Comment 30 Jan 2015

First and foremost, the NFL should not be able to tell a player they cannot drink alcohol. The league should not have the right to tell a person they cannot do something that is legal. Now, he obviously cannot be drunk during a game, but outside a game or official team duties, the NFL is stepping over the boundary on personal life. When pot becomes legal in Ohio, I would feel the same for it. As long as he is not high during a game, then it just shouldn't matter. It is time we get companies out of personal lives. You are only a representative of the company during working hours. We need to stop letting the media rule our decisions and tell them to mind their own business!!!

Comment 27 Dec 2014
Her aunt lived across the street from us on Day Ave in Newark. Around 1977-78 she was in town for the Babe Ruth World Series parade and I have a picture with her, my mom and sister. Yes, I can say I was kissed by Morgana. Lol, one of her breasts were larger than my mom's head in the picture.
Comment 22 Dec 2014

Blah!!! The away white jerseys always look stale.

Comment 10 Dec 2014

Bravo Crimson!! I am so tired of men sticking up for these cowardly women who feel they have the right to hit men and expect nothing to happen to them. The thought of a man letting a woman continue to hit on him, and do nothing about it makes me sick.

Comment 27 Oct 2014

The lack of protection from the Offensive line dictates the play calling. This line is going to get bum rushed by MSU and it is going to be a miserable day for JT. The OC has to be able to alter the game plan on the go and get some quick passes going.

Comment 27 Oct 2014

The same thread got posted twice because my computer screwed up on the first post and I had to go back and redo the post, good enough answer for Tennbuckeye19, if ya want to be such a smart*ss!!

Comment 09 Aug 2012

If someone comes into your home and begins to trash your belongings, you have the right to use whatever force neccessary to remove that person from your property. I don't care if it is a man or woman. If this person would have been a man, none of this BS would have ever happened. But, all these dumb ass police bow down to every woman who cries domestic violence and haul the guys off to jail right away. She is the one who filed for the restraining order and then went to his apartment. She should have been arrested on the spot for violating the terms of the order she filed. A bump on the head is no reason to arrest someone when. Especially when you are being removed from their property for causing the situation. She was the idiot for going to his apartment in the first place.

Comment 31 Jul 2012

I would give him a drug test and see what the results say. I don't believe the BS coming from the police now. So, is the mom getting charged with the possession and pipe?