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Old 10-02-2012, 06:58 PM   #316
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i have no idea how i would react if i were in those shoes, i really don't.
I'd at least sign for the kids. How you can you say no to the kids?!
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Old 10-02-2012, 07:22 PM   #317
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I'd at least sign for the kids. How you can you say no to the kids?!
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Old 10-02-2012, 07:50 PM   #318
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I'd at least sign for the kids. How you can you say no to the kids?!
If you are a self-absorbed asshole who thinks he is the greatest thing to walk this earth and puts himself and his glory above anything else, it's easy to say no to kids.
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Joe Redskin has refused to give me his autograph. Yet I forgive him.
Hey, I trust you with my seal of approval. What more do you want??
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Old 10-02-2012, 08:32 PM   #320
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I would never sign autographs for fans. Fans are so hypocritical. One moment they think your the greatest, and then the next.. They want you out of town.

Seen it here on a daily basis.
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Old 10-02-2012, 08:36 PM   #321
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I would never sign autographs for fans. Fans are so hypocritical. One moment they think your the greatest, and then the next.. They want you out of town.

Seen it here on a daily basis.

That's hypocritical all in itself. Seeing as how they would be paying you.
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Old 10-02-2012, 08:37 PM   #322
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I have a friend who married a Redskins cheerleader. He despised Darrell Green. He said he would turn down little kids. Ignore them and was nasty to fans in general.
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Old 10-02-2012, 08:39 PM   #323
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I would never sign autographs for fans. Fans are so hypocritical. One moment they think your the greatest, and then the next.. They want you out of town.

Seen it here on a daily basis.
Its the least I feel a player/celebrity could do since they're basically funding your paychecks. There's nothing quite like being a celebrity/athlete and an asshole on top of it. If you have a grudge against adults that's fine, but kids did nothing to deserve being shunned in such a way.
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Old 10-02-2012, 08:40 PM   #324
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So Darrell Green turned down my GF for an autograph. It was at a Wizards game before we were even dating and he said to her..."If I do it for you then I have to do it for everyone else"...so at least you got something. Personally I'm just not into asking another dude for his autograph, and I know it was for someone else but whatever. I wouldn't base my opinion on someone just cause he didn't sign an autograph the way you wanted him to.
My nephew had the same experience with DG. He's 19 now, but was 15 when he got "turned down" by Green. My brother and his family are slightly conceited; so they're at Smith and Wolensky's in downtown DC; my brother tells my nephew it's DG and tells him to go over and ask for an autograph. My nephew approaches DG, and DG tells my nephew "Sorry, I'm eating." Kinda rude, but here again my nephew, when he was younger was kind of a spoiled brat. I've never been into adults asking other adults, for their autograph; but for a 15 year old redskin fan?? I lost some respect for DG. Great player kind of a jerk. Alot of kids idolize athletes, and we in part pay their salaries, so to not sign for kids is not right IMO. That said if they don't want to sign an autograph they don't have to. Compared to DG, Sean Taylor, from what I heard was a friendly guy and great at signing autographs for the fans; On the surface you'd think it'd be the opposite.

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So Darrell Green turned down my GF for an autograph. It was at a Wizards game before we were even dating and he said to her..."If I do it for you then I have to do it for everyone else"...so at least you got something. Personally I'm just not into asking another dude for his autograph, and I know it was for someone else but whatever. I wouldn't base my opinion on someone just cause he didn't sign an autograph the way you wanted him to.
Well, maybe D. Green didn't want to sign an autograph because he was in a public place. I understand the adulation and irritability that would come with chillin' at a basketball game and one person asks for your autograph and then suddenly becoming bombarded by a bunch of people wanting your autograph. But it wasn't like that with McNabb. I saw him in the hotel lobby about to board the team bus. He was just being a straight up bitch about it. I actually threw whatever it was McNabb had scribbled into the trash because it was so meaningless.
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Green is pretty well known as being a prick.
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Old 10-02-2012, 09:42 PM   #327
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Maybe McNabb is just telling it how he sees it. He's an NFL analyst now after all.
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Old 10-02-2012, 10:17 PM   #328
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I've met and talked with guys like Sam Bradford, Adrian Peterson etc and I never asked for an autograph
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Old 10-02-2012, 10:24 PM   #329
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I was never been turned down for an autograph as a kid, guess i was lucky.

Magic Johnson has to be the coolest guy around. always signs autographs, probably the nicest megastar there is out there. I've asked three separate times and he's signed each time and smiled. I've even had the privilege of getting to meet him on more of a personal level through my dads work. Just a true class act... impossible to dislike him.

Most athletes I've gotten to get autographs from as a kid are really nice guys, or acted like it anyways for me. It really takes a special kind of person to turn down a kid for an autograph in my mind. 5 seconds of writing your name on a paper turns into what will be one of a kids best moments in all of his childhood. I've got a couple other cool autograph stories, but no need to name drop... or write an essay for that matter.

Not really into asking for autographs anymore though, maybe a picture if it's really that big of a deal to me. I just don't hold these guys on the same pedestal i used to as a kid.
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I was never been turned down for an autograph as a kid, guess i was lucky.

Magic Johnson has to be the coolest guy around. always signs autographs, probably the nicest megastar there is out there. I've asked three separate times and he's signed each time and smiled. I've even had the privilege of getting to meet him on more of a personal level through my dads work. Just a true class act... impossible to dislike him.

Most athletes I've gotten to get autographs from as a kid are really nice guys, or acted like it anyways for me. It really takes a special kind of person to turn down a kid for an autograph in my mind. 5 seconds of writing your name on a paper turns into what will be one of a kids best moments in all of his childhood. I've got a couple other cool autograph stories, but no need to name drop... or write an essay for that matter.

Not really into asking for autographs anymore though, maybe a picture if it's really that big of a deal to me. I just don't hold these guys on the same pedestal i used to as a kid.
Yeah that's how I am, growing up my idol was favre which is weird because I was a skins fan but it's because he's from my home town, anyways I was able to meet him and got a signed football. I'll say this Brett favre really is a good dude IMO, even as I got older I still remembered him taking the time out for me, then I went to a Dallas raiders game around 15 years old and Jerry rice was a total douche bag so they are all different
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