Feb 19th 2011 8:02PM Are you under the impression that people with money can't be fans?
Nov 2nd 2010 7:19PM Paul Siegfried should be arrested and prosecuted for Terrorism. Yes you read that right. You people seem to think the only form of terrorism is the attempt to blow something up and kill some people. Folks death is a given, the only thing you're guaranteed at the monemt of your birth is that at some point you are going to die. This man, by virtue of his position, threatened all those employees via intimidation in a blatant attempt to make them vote as he wished. That goes against the very foundation of this country, the United States of America is founded on the principle that we the people shall choose our government and it's representatives by our vote, free from undue influence. That man tried to destroy the very foundation of this country, a country who's military I volunteered to serve in, a country I shed my blood for, a country who's constitution I swore to defend from ALL ememies, foreign AND DOMESTIC. That man is a Terrorist and as far as I'm concerned no excuse, no apology, no act of contrition is satisfactory only life in prison is warranted for someone who would try to destroy this country like that.
Nov 1st 2010 8:11PM The Vikings are 2 and 5, 2 and 5 for crying out loud. They've hardly thrown to Moss since he's been back so why are you people blaming him. Hell he spent years with the Pats, practicing every day and playing in game situations, and the coaching staff of the Vikings doesn't listen to him regarding what the Pats may do??? And you don't think as a player that would upset you????? 2 and 5 I'd say the Vikings have WAY more problems than any one player, Randy Moss or any other, can bring to a team all by themselves.
Sep 28th 2010 5:13PM I completely disagree, stop seeking to punish everyone for the actions of a few. 90% or more of people who attend sporting events don't get drunk and make fools of themselves. Punish the guilty not the innocent for the actions of the guilty.
Aug 27th 2010 7:10PM I was lucky enough to see Stevie play live 7 or 8 times over the years. As you can tell from the number of his concerts I attended I loved his playing. I'm a grandfather and I've turned my 11 year old grandson on to Stevie's music (his response, wow grandpa listen to that, who is that guy). So sad that you can't still be with us Stevie but you'll live on forever in the minds and hearts of those, old and new, who loved your music.
My heart goes out to Jimmy and the rest of your family, blood and otherwise, for this day each year has to hurt.
Apr 19th 2010 7:02PM Hmmm very interesting and telling posts here. To stand up for your beliefs, to truely stand up not just talk but actually do something, and something that causes YOU to lose something some would think precious takes integrity and honor. Read these posts very carefully folks, they tell you just how important honor and integrity are in our society anymore.
Apr 5th 2010 7:15PM It's very obvious from your comment that you're not an athlete in any way, shape or form. If you were you'd know the reason the players weren't paying attention to this interview is because they're preparing for a major event in their game. Practice and attention to your game makes winners, attention to petty crap like someone elses life makes petty little people like you.
Mar 25th 2010 6:13PM A few years ago in California there was a rash of freeway shootings because people wouldn't move over when someone would flash their headlights (regular beams to high beams and back again at night or simply turning them on then off in daytime) signaling the driver in front was holding up traffic. The result was people began moving over immediately after someone flashed, usually after the very first flash of the headlights. California's government reaction, they outlawed the flashing of your headlights.
I suspect this law, if Georgia passes it, will have the same results, little to none. Hey not that I'm suggesting shooting at people that drive poorly but hey the truth of it is, you'd see much more response from people to a rash of shootings then you will a new law.
But I sure do wish Georgia the best of luck, at least it's an effort. And when they're done with this one maybe they could try getting people to understand how to merge onto freeways from the on ramp. Folks when a freeway is moving at 65 MPH you don't move up the on ramp at 30, 40 or even 50 MPH. You accelerate your vehicle up the on ramp to freeway speeds then merge in.
Mar 18th 2010 6:08PM I surely do agree with a lot of the folks here making the comment that Chad Henne has no business making comments like that about another player. Certainly he doesn't have the statistics, yet, nor does it reflect well on him as a professional to make such comments. However from watching Tim play this last year, if he thinks he's going to be able to run like he did in collage he's in for a very rude awakening. Two different games collage and pro ball, but I do wish him the best of luck.
Mar 17th 2010 7:09PM Well let's see here, this morning I heard on the news that the PGA has recorded a 50% drop in viewership (that constitutes a considerable amount of money lost) since Tiger has been away from the game. Does anyone think if Jay Mariotti were to drop dead tomorrow there'd be a 50% drop in anything? So there we have it Jay, Tigers' of considerable importance to a multibillion dollar business and you're a worthless sack of dog do-do. So Jay, why would anyone with 3 working brain cells care what you have to say.