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    Re: The Vikings Legacy.

    "If pluggin them is wrong I don't wanna be right" Sorry about being off key there
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    Re: The Vikings Legacy.

    Laws are for the weak minded. If something is legal than you can do it? If something is illegal does that mean you can't do it? So you would kick me off the team if I was caught speeding? :shock:

    It's the reputation of the organization, not the individual. If someone is immoral or breaking the laws and it doesn't effect the image of the organization then let them carry on. This crosses the line where their immaturity has put a dent in the reputation of the organization. I could care less about their individual reputations in this context.

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    Re: The Vikings Legacy.

    [/quote]:shock: Do they also use that to punch holes in concrete?L[/quote]


    No, we use Vibrators, and Core Drills.... :lol:


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    Re: The Vikings Legacy.

    I wouldn't mind seeing the front office take some action if the players are indeed convicted but I don't the players removed from the team. We all make mistakes...
    The best part of my day is when I get down on my knees, with my head in my hands, and thank GOD for everything he has given me.

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    Re: The Vikings Legacy.

    It will all boil down to the public's response and the organization trying to save face. Unfortunate. The right thing to do will be determined by public opnion, kind of like many politicians choose to do. They know what is right and what they should do but will wait to see what the response of the fans or the employers will be. If there isn't much of an upheaval they will inflict some harmless penalty their way. If there is a big upheaval, then the penalty will be harsher. Unfotunately, like many things, money will drive the decision.

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    Re: The Vikings Legacy.

    I'm with you Prophet.

    Legal, illegal. Moral, immoral. Doesn't matter.

    What does matter is that it was stupid for these players to do and they disrespected the Vikings.

    TO didn't do anything illegal and everyone agrees that he should have been cut.
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    Re: The Vikings Legacy.

    People make too big a deal about sex. Who did it hurt?

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    Re: The Vikings Legacy.

    "KJ" wrote:
    People make too big a deal about sex. Who did it hurt?
    Did you bother reading the previous posts?

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    Re: The Vikings Legacy.

    "Prophet" wrote:
    "KJ" wrote:
    People make too big a deal about sex. Who did it hurt?
    Did you bother reading the previous posts?
    Yes, I did. But, if there's something you want me to re-read, go ahead and post it, I'd be glad to

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    Re: The Vikings Legacy.

    destoryed the pride and legacy of the vikings. we have had a bad run with off the field situations. i really hope zigy knocks some sense into the org.
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