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Old 04-30-2014, 06:43 PM   #196
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When I was in college I got back to the car at the supermarket to find an acquaintance had stolen a bunch of steaks. I was not involved and never condoned it. But as dumb as it was (especially since we shared a car so he endangered me), it was not a big deal, just a young, stupid mistake.

If you ate the steaks than you were involved. Lol
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Old 04-30-2014, 06:58 PM   #197
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The bad things that Winston has been accused of doing should not be not be euphemistically dismissed as immature or stupid actions. They should be identified as what they are - crimes. He has been accused of crimes.

As a 20 year-old he could be a married father or a soldier in combat, so please don't call him a kid either. He is a young man who, as an adult, is responsible for his own actions.

While I certainly agree with your point about being responsible I could argue that just because he is twenty doesn't mean he is not still a kid in some aspects. It has been going on for decades, collage students do stupid stuff sometimes .
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When I was in college I got back to the car at the supermarket to find an acquaintance had stolen a bunch of steaks. I was not involved and never condoned it. But as dumb as it was (especially since we shared a car so he endangered me), it was not a big deal, just a young, stupid mistake.

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Lmao. Seriously. Maybe a pineapple and a live lobster to go with those crab legs?
It really is one of the most hilarious stories of theft I have heard! Fn crab legs... Wierd lol
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It will be forgotten until something comes up missing in the locker room!
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When I was in college I got back to the car at the supermarket to find an acquaintance had stolen a bunch of steaks. I was not involved and never condoned it. But as dumb as it was (especially since we shared a car so he endangered me), it was not a big deal, just a young, stupid mistake.
They were good right?
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They were good right?
No, they we low-grade thin steaks. He was not going with crab legs or anything else bulky. And I didn't eat any. But he later traded some of the steaks for a doobie which I may or may not have shared.
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Defensive Backs Put In Work on Day 2 of Minicamp

Is it just me or does Phillip Thomas look like he bulked up, not Landry bulked up but bulked none the less.
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No, they we low-grade thin steaks. He was not going with crab legs or anything else bulky. And I didn't eat any. But he later traded some of the steaks for a doobie which I may or may not have shared.
But steaks are within scope, it's college. 1. Beer 2. Denny/Waffle House late night meals 3. Christmas trees 4. Stop signs 5. Beef jerky 6. Girlfriends 7. College texts 8....215.Steaks........324.Crab legs. It's all within scope when your in college. U just can't get caught, then it's illegal and your a dumbass. That's kinda the rule.
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Defensive Backs Put In Work on Day 2 of Minicamp

Is it just me or does Phillip Thomas look like he bulked up, not Landry bulked up but bulked none the less.
Yeah he's definitely bulked up, here's to hoping he can be what the team has needed for a long time at that position.
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So is PT healthy now?
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What is everyone's thoughts on this?

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I feel like I 've talked too much about Bridgewater on here, but you wanted to know what we think about it, so here goes. I think all this talk about him sliding into the 2nd round because of poor workouts in shorts is ridiculous. He's still the best QB in this draft, and if you want to see it for yourself, ignore his pro day, and look at the game film. See how he performs in game situations. This dude is the next Aaron Rodgers. Yeah, that's right... I just compared Bridgewater to one of best QBs in the NFL. Whoever drafts this guy is getting a great arm, a great mind, a great set of wheels, and a franchise QB capable of leading a team on and off the field.

Drew Brees had a terrible Combine performance, and he's one of the best passers and best all-around QBs in the NFL; Cam Newton had a mediocre pro day and a bad Combine as well, and he's one of the top young passers in the NFL. Speaking of Cam Newton, what did his poor Combine performance do to his draft stock? That's right; he was taken #1 overall. So all Mayock's talk about Bridgewater going in the 2nd round because of a bad workout is simply insane. Not only will Bridgewater be drafted high, he will quickly prove that he was the best QB in this draft, and he will take his rightful place along side Andrew Luck, RG3, and a couple of other young QBs as the new generation of torch-carriers. Love me some Bridgewater!

There. Do you know how I feel about it now?
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Putting more stock in a pro day over game tape is definitely insane. I think it's more media hype than reality. I think he still goes first round.
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