Sounds like Johnson's credit is going to be irreparably damaged, but he still has many years of prime earning ability left, so he'll still likely retire well off, but this certainly serves as an example for young athletes, get an agent and hire an accredited financial advisor.
And OSU beat a 2-loss team that has losses @Oregon and home to OSU, whereas Miss. State's best win was against a team that lost @Georgia (drubbed 34-7), home to Texas A&M (awful team), and @Miss. State.
OSU has the best win of any of the 1-loss teams, and the worst loss. For me, it can go either way, and I'm perfectly happy with them ranked at #6.
Tell the rape victim that 16 months was a just and long sentence for Richmond's acts.
"that banged a drunk girl "-He raped her as she was unconscious.
"if anyone on here would like to put themselves and the people they loves mistakes in life on here for the rest of us to judge well you just go ahead"- Well, luckily, I don't rape people, nor does anyone that I associate myself with.
"a proper Christian would not make such judgements."- Well as a Jew I'll go ahead and judge all I want to then, also a "proper Christian" wouldn't rape an unconscious girl.
Well, as a young adult (21), that has engaged in plenty of stupid shit and continues to do so at that, I can certainly state that I have never raped someone. There's a line between adolescent stupidity and criminal activity, and raping someone pretty much crosses that line. Writing his acts off as "adolescent dumb-s#!t" is pretty fucking asinine.
He raped her and urinated on her, on tape. That's not a teen making a dumb mistake, that's someone defiling another human's body. How he is allowed outside of a prison cell, let alone allowed to attend high school and participate in school athletics is beyond comprehension.
And spare me the "He paid/served his time" crap. Tell that to the young lady he raped. I'm sure she'll be very pleased to know that he had to spend 16 months in a juvenile detention program for emotionally/mentally scarring her for life.
South Park is the best show on TV, simply because of how it mocks literally every ridiculous belief, practice or fad in our society. It's a brilliant show that continues to get better and better.
I understand that, just pointing out that a mutation would have at least been probable by now, considering with how long mankind has been dealing with disease. A good read on the likelihood of the disease developing an airborne capability: http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/fact-or-fiction-the-ebola-virus-will-go-airborne/
Suspected ≠ Confirmed. From that Washington Post article: "The latest WHO numbers show 8,914 suspected or confirmed cases of Ebola and 4,447 deaths." That's absolutely terrible reporting, are those numbers suspected or confirmed, because the numbers the CDC is reporting are all laboratory-confirmed cases.
Ebola has been around since roughly the 1920s (Edit: thinking of HIV), if it were to have developed new mutations, it most likely would have happened within the past 9 decades, or we would have observed them, no?
Wrong. According to the CDC there are now 5,006 confirmed cases. It's pretty simple to find this info, considering it is on the CDC's website.
Where did I say ebola isn't deadly? My point was it is pointless to worry about a disease that you most likely aren't going to contract. If you're going to worry about something as an average American, try your daily commute in your car, considering something like 40,000 Americans are killed in accidents yearly.
There are 2 confirmed cases in a country of 320 million, and there are ~4,700 confirmed cases on a continent of 1.1 billion. Get your flu shot folks, because you're sure as shit way more likely to be killed by the flu than ebola. Worrying over ebola is pointless, utterly pointless.
They're both Schedule 1 narcotics. According to the federal government Weed=MDMA. I'm not saying that's right at all, I'm all for legalization of all Schedule 1 narcotics, but Spence was fucked dry and it looks like Freitag isn't going to get hammered.
I played fly-half in high school as well, loved playing rugby.
Looks very similar to a rugby scrum cap.
For us it should be right around finals week, so a day in Cleveland watching a bunch of juiced-up dudes fake beat the crap out of each other should be a nice break from studying.
My roommate and I are probably heading up for that match. Hopefully it will be cheesy, fake and amazing.
"If this kid/guy is a student he should be at the very least be suspended."
No. He should be fined and banned from attending football games, not suspended. This has literally nothing to do with his academic record.
"He could have been a terrorist. He was Schlegeled"
Could he have been a drunk asshole that hurt someone? Absolutely.
Let's not get overly hyperbolic, the guy was a dumbass and got what he deserved but can we avoid using the word terrorist/terrorism and diluting it even further?
Still rocking FIFA 10 on my 360. I haven't purchased a video game in years, but FIFA/NHL are easily the best video game franchises.
The Imagination Land series, Super Fun Time, Jersey Shore, NSA and Wheel of Fortune episodes were all brilliant as well.
That's fine, but as a parent you can't expect to take them to a sporting event and still be able to shield them from hearing people curse. It just isn't plausible.
Well as ol' Bob Knight put it, fuck is probably the most useful word in the English language.
I'm sorry, but unless you are prepared to explain to your kids the purpose/intent of expletives, or you do not want to expose them to swearing, the last thing any parent should do is take their kid to a sporting event. There will be copious amounts of swearing at them, and there always will be.
I'm a student and I enjoy it.