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sportscurmudgeon 02-01-2006 10:24 PM

Perhaps an apology to Sean Taylor is in order?
 
I've called Taylor a Meathead here more than once. I still think he's a Meathead.

HOWEVER, Sean Taylor looks like Mother Teresa and Jonas Salk when it comes to dealing constructively with the world in a contributory manner when compared to Cincy WR, Chris Henry.

That dude was arrested for possession of a handgun while he was awaiting disposition of charges on possession of marijuana.

Is this what the Bengals sought as a "possession receiver"?

As Bugs Bunny would say, "What a maroon!"

mooby 02-01-2006 10:33 PM

Re: Perhaps an apology to Sean Taylor is in order?
 
lol Chris Henry and S.T. should compare trial notes. but anyways, this guy is a meathead as well. I expect nothing less than a minimum 9 year sentence if convicted and a maximum 46 year sentence if convicted. It was in the same state, wasn't it?

Mattyk 02-02-2006 08:51 AM

Re: Perhaps an apology to Sean Taylor is in order?
 
There are different degrees of meatheads. Obviously ST isn't quite as bad as some other guys in the league.

cpayne5 02-02-2006 09:20 AM

Re: Perhaps an apology to Sean Taylor is in order?
 
The gun Henry had was reportedly stolen, also.

JoeRedskin 02-02-2006 10:00 AM

Re: Perhaps an apology to Sean Taylor is in order?
 
I love the fact that when the cop told Henry to drop the (stolen) gun, Henry tosses it into his limo. Was he thinking:

a) "If I toss it in here, the cop will never find it!!"

b) "Man, this is one fine piece of hardware, I don't want to be losing this - I better put it in the limo for safekeeping."

hail_2_da_skins 02-02-2006 10:43 AM

Re: Perhaps an apology to Sean Taylor is in order?
 
That's too funny! :lol:

celts32 02-02-2006 10:50 AM

Re: Perhaps an apology to Sean Taylor is in order?
 
[QUOTE=sarnold]Maybe we should apologize to Saddam because Hitler killed a lot more people than he did.[/QUOTE]

I was going to type a similar point but that's just perfect.

We need ST to start acting like a law obiding adult...not condone his idiotic behavior just becasue there happen to be plenty of bigger idiots in the world.

TheMalcolmConnection 02-02-2006 11:20 AM

Re: Perhaps an apology to Sean Taylor is in order?
 
[QUOTE=sarnold]Maybe we should apologize to Saddam because Hitler killed a lot more people than he did.[/QUOTE]

Arnold? Arnold Schwartzenegger? s_arnold?

Get to the choppa'!!

[img]http://www.allposters.com/IMAGES/adc/10104031A.jpg[/img]

If it bleeds we can kill it.

Mattyk 02-02-2006 11:26 AM

Re: Perhaps an apology to Sean Taylor is in order?
 
[QUOTE=TheMalcolmConnection]Arnold? Arnold Schwartzenegger? s_arnold?

Get to the choppa'!!

[img]http://www.allposters.com/IMAGES/adc/10104031A.jpg[/img]

If it bleeds we can kill it.[/QUOTE]

LOL anytime I see a helicopter I say "get to the choppa" in my best Arnold voice.

Classic movie

TheMalcolmConnection 02-02-2006 11:35 AM

Re: Perhaps an apology to Sean Taylor is in order?
 
That movie is COMPLETELY full of Arnie quotes. My personal favorite is when he shoots someone with a GRENADE LAUNCHER and is like "Knock, knock."

FRPLG 02-02-2006 11:38 AM

Re: Perhaps an apology to Sean Taylor is in order?
 
[QUOTE=celts32]I was going to type a similar point but that's just perfect.

We need ST to start acting like a law obiding adult...not condone his idiotic behavior just becasue there happen to be plenty of bigger idiots in the world.[/QUOTE]
Which laws has ST broken? Oh that's right! Your're one of those lemming non-thinking people who have learned from our media to convict someone without all the facts. Taylor hasn't even gone to trial yet so why don't we hold off on the whole "law obiding" crap.

Carnage 02-02-2006 11:58 AM

Re: Perhaps an apology to Sean Taylor is in order?
 
at least an officer did not witness ST's alleged offense. Henry is F----d.

celts32 02-02-2006 12:30 PM

Re: Perhaps an apology to Sean Taylor is in order?
 
[QUOTE=FRPLG]Which laws has ST broken? Oh that's right! Your're one of those lemming non-thinking people who have learned from our media to convict someone without all the facts. Taylor hasn't even gone to trial yet so why don't we hold off on the whole "law obiding" crap.[/QUOTE]

Okay I didn't realize it was okay to waive guns around in public...or to chase down car thieves like some kind of Rambo. He has had charges brought against him twice in the 2 years he's been on the skins. Why is it shocking to say that he's not exactly law obiding. I hope he cleans up his act and becomes one of the greatest Redskins ever in the process, but just becasue he's on the redskins I am not going to sit here and make excuses for his actions. And even when he beats these charges that will not suddenly cleanse him of every thing he's done wrong...he beat that drunk driving case last year...does that mean he did nothing wrong that night either?

Okay...if you don't like the term law obiding adult since he technically has not been convicted of any crimes then change it to Responsible adult...

70Chip 02-02-2006 01:17 PM

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The dude obides....


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