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Posted 15 Sep 2014Just in case you missed it in the banter. Here is your proof. Read your two moronic pages of posts crying about right to due process therefore defending Hernandez.
And yet you have seen zero evidence of what Peterson's kids ass looks like and you throw him under the buss and don't give a sh*t about his right to due process.
You do understand you're an idiot right? I never defended Aaron Hernandez. Not in this thread or any other. But I have no evidence of what Peterson's kid's injuries look like. I mean it's not like the photos of his injuries were on TV programs like the CBS Evening News or something.
Those pictures are of Peterson's son a WEEK after the whipping. The boy still had bruises DAYS after the incident and by the time those pictures were taken the bruises had already had days to start to heal. Just imagine what he must have looked like the day of the incident.
I got spankings as a form of punishment as a child like many other children. But I never had bruises left on my body. I certainly didn't have bruises and scabs left on my body a week after I got hit.
But I still think like Aaron Hernandez, Adrian Peterson deserves his due process also. That's the way things work in America. Not the way some thin-skinned dumbass who jumps to conclusions before he has any facts (you) thinks things should work.
I was with Peterson with spanking his child as a form of discipline. But that's until I heard about "the whipping room", the putting of leaves in the child's mouth. The child's fear that if he told the authorities about what happen that daddy (Peterson) would "hit me in the face". No not that daddy might go to jail, but that daddy would hit him in the face. Then seeing those 5 to 7 day old pictures of the boy's body with the bruises and scabs of dried blood and Peterson's own admission that he hit his son in the scrotum. That's where Peterson lost me and that's why I criticize his actions. He went too far and even he says that.
Posted 11 Sep 2014This is horrible that it took actually seeing him hit her for the NFL to FINALLY act. But what is also bad is lost in all this outrage over Ray Rice, is Penn State just got a full pardon for enabling a child molester and turning a blind eye to that for decades, and that has gotten little to no attention the past two days. I wish that was getting as much attention as the Ray Rice story is.
More proof that football is #1 and protecting women and children is an afterthought.
Posted 6 Sep 2014This was not his first offense. A lot of things are legal that we all can't do because of our jobs. This is a job requirement. We can agree or disagree about if it should be legal but his suspension is correct by the rules. Also for what he has or had the chance to do by playing in the NFL but ruined it because he cold not live within the rules speaks volumes about his character.
That's right. He should drink large quantities of alcohol instead of smoking weed. Because alcohol is legal and within the NFL's rules.
Posted 27 Aug 2014Maybe we should replace the 10th guy who is M.I.A. with Jetsfan115, considering the draft is in a few hours.
Posted 24 Aug 2014
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