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    Brady t-shirt crosses the line?

    [size=13pt]Something to make you puke[/size]

    Sports fans can be demented, mean, angry, nasty, violent and just plain crass.
    And George Lampman is cashing in on it.

    Lampman is taking advantage of the season-ending knee injury suffered by New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady to make a buck.

    Lampman, who has a silk-screen printing company in Pittsburgh, has unveiled t-shirts that laud Kansas City Chiefs safety Bernard Pollard, the man who knocked Brady out for the season, as some kind of hero.

    For $19.99, you can buy a Bernard Pollard fan club shirt, complete with a No. 12 (Brady's number) circled and crossed out. The shirt says the fan club was established Sept. 7, 2008, which is the day Brady went down.

    Sick.



    Personally I think it crosses the line. I know there are players that are not liked, and everyone has and should be entitled to that, But I think making light of anyone's injury, especially a serious one like this crosses the line.

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    Re: Brady t-shirt crosses the line?

    "Garland" wrote:
    [size=13pt]Something to make you puke[/size]

    Sports fans can be demented, mean, angry, nasty, violent and just plain crass.
    And George Lampman is cashing in on it.

    Lampman is taking advantage of the season-ending knee injury suffered by New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady to make a buck.

    Lampman, who has a silk-screen printing company in Pittsburgh, has unveiled t-shirts that laud Kansas City Chiefs safety Bernard Pollard, the man who knocked Brady out for the season, as some kind of hero.

    For $19.99, you can buy a Bernard Pollard fan club shirt, complete with a No. 12 (Brady's number) circled and crossed out. The shirt says the fan club was established Sept. 7, 2008, which is the day Brady went down.

    Sick.



    Personally I think it crosses the line. I know there are players that are not liked, and everyone has and should be entitled to that, But I think making light of anyone's injury, especially a serious one like this crosses the line.

    Way over the line...what an ass.
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    Re: Brady t-shirt crosses the line?

    i'll take two

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    Re: Brady t-shirt crosses the line?

    Cajun will buy him out.

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    Re: Brady t-shirt crosses the line?

    Not that bad, if he would have died I would be outraged, but it is just a knee injury that prevents him from playing. It's supposed to be funny, and it is a little funny.

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    Re: Brady t-shirt crosses the line?

    Over the line. If they made Al Harris ones when he injured Peterson we would be pissed off.

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    Re: Brady t-shirt crosses the line?

    I would wear that shirt.
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    Re: Brady t-shirt crosses the line?

    "marstc09" wrote:
    Over the line. If they made Al Harris ones when he injured Peterson we would be pissed off.
    Can't argue that.

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    Re: Brady t-shirt crosses the line?

    To me, that is almost a T-shirt that is more anti-Steelers than anti-Patriots, in the sense that, if the Steelers need KC to engineer an injury for them to beat the Pats, that is weak.

    ... very weak.

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    Re: Brady t-shirt crosses the line?

    "marstc09" wrote:
    Over the line. If they made Al Harris ones when he injured Peterson we would be pissed off.
    No doubt.


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