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    Re: Brady t-shirt crosses the line?

    "Schutz" wrote:
    This is way over the line.
    How about making a shirt celebrating Everett almost not walking again?
    Would that be extra funny?
    It isn't even an attempt at humor, it's just a mean spirited shot at someone's injury and that guy cashing in on it.

    Pathetic.
    Comparing this to Everett is ridiculous... plain and simple. His was a life threatening injury.

    Brady got exactly what was coming to him.

    Karma's a bitch, ain't it?
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    Re: Brady t-shirt crosses the line?

    "C" wrote:
    "Schutz" wrote:
    This is way over the line.
    How about making a shirt celebrating Everett almost not walking again?
    Would that be extra funny?
    It isn't even an attempt at humor, it's just a mean spirited shot at someone's injury and that guy cashing in on it.

    Pathetic.
    Comparing this to Everett is ridiculous... plain and simple. His was a life threatening injury.

    Brady got exactly what was coming to him.

    Karma's a beeyatch, ain't it?
    Bull.
    So it's ok because Brady only tore his ACL?
    That is such a load of crap, you call it karma I call it being a a complete asshat.
    So you'd be perfectly fine if Packer fans would have been selling shirts celebrating the injury of AP?
    I can see making a joke or something, but to be actually profiting over someone tearing an ACL?
    I'll keep calling it like I see it, complete and utter bullshit end of story.

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    Re: Brady t-shirt crosses the line?

    "Schutz" wrote:
    "C" wrote:
    "Schutz" wrote:
    This is way over the line.
    How about making a shirt celebrating Everett almost not walking again?
    Would that be extra funny?
    It isn't even an attempt at humor, it's just a mean spirited shot at someone's injury and that guy cashing in on it.

    Pathetic.
    Comparing this to Everett is ridiculous... plain and simple. His was a life threatening injury.

    Brady got exactly what was coming to him.

    Karma's a beeyatch, ain't it?
    Bull.
    So it's ok because Brady only tore his ACL?
    That is such a load of crap, you call it karma I call it being a a complete asshat.
    So you'd be perfectly fine if Packer fans would have been selling shirts celebrating the injury of AP?
    I can see making a joke or something, but to be actually profiting over someone tearing an ACL?
    I'll keep calling it like I see it, complete and utter bullshit end of story.
    Call it how ever you want... but something tells me you have high blood pressure.

    Relax dude.

    The guys been cheating his entire professional career... karma caught up to him. Enjoy the humor in that.
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    Re: Brady t-shirt crosses the line?

    "Schutz" wrote:
    "C" wrote:
    "Schutz" wrote:
    This is way over the line.
    How about making a shirt celebrating Everett almost not walking again?
    Would that be extra funny?
    It isn't even an attempt at humor, it's just a mean spirited shot at someone's injury and that guy cashing in on it.

    Pathetic.
    Comparing this to Everett is ridiculous... plain and simple. His was a life threatening injury.

    Brady got exactly what was coming to him.

    Karma's a beeyatch, ain't it?
    Bull.
    So it's ok because Brady only tore his ACL?
    That is such a load of crap, you call it karma I call it being a a complete asshat.
    So you'd be perfectly fine if Packer fans would have been selling shirts celebrating the injury of AP?
    I can see making a joke or something, but to be actually profiting over someone tearing an ACL?
    I'll keep calling it like I see it, complete and utter bullshit end of story.
    I see your point but I have to partially agree with C Mac...
    There IS a difference between a potential life ending injury, and a potential season ending injury.
    Brady is going to be fine...he's got his hot as g/f and all the money and success he could ever want.
    He has already been more sucessful 1/2 through his career and 99% of NFL players ever are.

    There is a pretty big difference between the two situations, like it or not.

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    Re: Brady t-shirt crosses the line?

    "C" wrote:
    "Schutz" wrote:
    "C" wrote:
    "Schutz" wrote:
    This is way over the line.
    How about making a shirt celebrating Everett almost not walking again?
    Would that be extra funny?
    It isn't even an attempt at humor, it's just a mean spirited shot at someone's injury and that guy cashing in on it.

    Pathetic.
    Comparing this to Everett is ridiculous... plain and simple. His was a life threatening injury.

    Brady got exactly what was coming to him.

    Karma's a beeyatch, ain't it?
    Bull.
    So it's ok because Brady only tore his ACL?
    That is such a load of crap, you call it karma I call it being a a complete asshat.
    So you'd be perfectly fine if Packer fans would have been selling shirts celebrating the injury of AP?
    I can see making a joke or something, but to be actually profiting over someone tearing an ACL?
    I'll keep calling it like I see it, complete and utter kaka del rio end of story.
    Call it how ever you want... but something tells me you have high blood pressure.

    Relax dude.

    The guys been cheating his entire professional career... karma caught up to him. Enjoy the humor in that.
    I won't, not as long as there is bull like this.
    I'm not going to listen to any Vikings fan say crap like "Brady got exactly what was coming to him."


    So keep your "relax dude" bull to yourself if you're going to support someone making money off of someone's torn ACL.

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    Re: Brady t-shirt crosses the line?

    "Schutz" wrote:
    I won't, not as long as there is bull like this.
    I'm not going to listen to any Vikings fan say crap like "Brady got exactly what was coming to him."


    So keep your "relax dude" bull to yourself if you're going to support someone making money off of someone's torn ACL.

    ESPN is selling advertisements on Sports Center, right? The number one story is Brady's torn ACL.

    If it pulls in ratings or sells T-Shirts, people will make money off it.

    I actually find it pretty funny you're so fired up about this... you're usually a pretty chill guy. Bad day?

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    Re: Brady t-shirt crosses the line?

    I think C Mac D is wrong in this

    I wouldn't celebrate anyone's injury

    And Everett's injury wasn't life threatening.. It was career threatening

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    Re: Brady t-shirt crosses the line?

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    I think C Mac D is wrong in this

    I wouldn't celebrate anyone's injury

    And Everett's injury wasn't life threatening.. It was career threatening

    How the hell wasn't it life threatening?


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    Re: Brady t-shirt crosses the line?

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    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.
    I agree. It's definitely crossing the line. I could understand it more if it was Adolf Hitler or something, but Tom Brady... Wow. It's not like he has killed a lot of inocent people. He only wins game. People gets so envious.

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    Re: Brady t-shirt crosses the line?

    Personally, I thought the injury itself was way past due.
    The way the Pats conducted themselves last year, I'm surprised that nobody deliberately went for Brady's knees.
    That being said, I don't think Pollard intentionally tried to injure Brady and these T-shirts paint the tackle in the wrong light.

    We'll see what kind of genius Belicheat is without Brady or the ability to steal defensive signals...


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