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Old 10-09-2010, 05:44 AM   #76
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Re: Albert Haynesworths Brother Killed in Motorcycle Crash

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Nah, eff that nonsense.

1) I'm not religious and don't feel like pretending there's somebody or something out there that can hear me say "God please care for his soul."

2) He deserves no prayers anyway, he was driving a motorbike at 100 mph. It's as stupid as it gets and the world is better off without him. In a way, it's better he died this way in an accident in which he killed nobody else. It prevents him from getting in another one down the line where the results could be different.

3) I feel for Albert though. He did lose his brother, and wouldn't hold it against him if he couldn't play. I know I wouldn't be ready to.

But regardless, this moron is the exact kind of example everyone should learn from.
You must have A-hole stamped across your forehead or it's that you just want to be a sometype of a provocateur.

At 23 everyone makes bad decision, and his decision caused his tragic death. He deserves all the prayers he can get, as well as his family.

You S10 come off like the example of a moron that has his foot lodged down his throat to bad your hands are free, I did learn something from you. Thanks!
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Old 10-09-2010, 08:04 AM   #77
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Half brother to be clear. A strong warrior would suit it up and get out there and play the game of his life in his honor.
Favre played the DAY AFTER his father died and played one of the most heart felt games I've ever seen. Guess we'll see if Albert is a warrior.

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I can't believe some of you. I really don't think it matters what you call the family member, what matters is how close the individual is to that person.

If AH was around him all his life, or grew up with him then he quite possibly is grieving hard. But even if he hardly knew him people fail to think others in his family might be having a hard time with this and he needs to be there for them.

Its one thing to be incensitive about AH not playing well, practicing, or not performing but to be incensitive about having a death in the family is just not right.
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Old 10-09-2010, 08:27 AM   #78
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Re: Albert Haynesworths Brother Killed in Motorcycle Crash

you guys are talking about 100 mph on a street bike like it's insane, it's really not. and why keep talking about how dumb he was or that he is an example, he is a 23 year old who was out having fun and made a mistake and now he is dead. thats the bottom line.

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Old 10-09-2010, 08:28 AM   #79
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Re: Albert Haynesworths Brother Killed in Motorcycle Crash

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Nah, eff that nonsense.

1) I'm not religious and don't feel like pretending there's somebody or something out there that can hear me say "God please care for his soul."

2) He deserves no prayers anyway, he was driving a motorbike at 100 mph. It's as stupid as it gets and the world is better off without him. In a way, it's better he died this way in an accident in which he killed nobody else. It prevents him from getting in another one down the line where the results could be different.

3) I feel for Albert though. He did lose his brother, and wouldn't hold it against him if he couldn't play. I know I wouldn't be ready to.

But regardless, this moron is the exact kind of example everyone should learn from.

Completely uncool, worst comment ive every read here. Everyone has made a bad decision, no one deserves to die over it...
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Old 10-09-2010, 09:42 AM   #80
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Re: Albert Haynesworths Brother Killed in Motorcycle Crash

Locking this.

I don't care whether people are religious or not. Approve of motorcycles or not.

The thread was basically to state that a tragedy happened and it wasn't for a "Wow, he deserved it for being stupid." purpose. Some horrible things said in here.
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