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2012-12-19 05:08:24 PM
Awesome story about what Kitna is doing since he retired from the NFL, a little lengthy and it jumps around a bit, but good for him.  Keep kicking ass coach/teach.
 
2012-12-19 09:28:11 PM
From the article:

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BULLSHIAT.

He's captioning cats, and you KNOW it.


No, seriously, good on you, Jon.
 
2012-12-20 12:12:10 AM
What's Cal-kool-us?
 
2012-12-20 12:18:06 AM
southparkstudios.mtvnimages.com
 
2012-12-20 12:18:32 AM
Props to Kitna...hopefully he's actually DOING something, unlike last year's NFL "Teacher of the Year," Burt Grossman, had good stuff ON PAPER, but the reality is that he was a homophobic, sexist, rude jerk who hung out in the office almost all day long. He alienated almost everyone he came into contact with, and now he thinks he's qualified to run for school board in a nearby district.

/good on Kitna, if the story holds water
 
2012-12-20 12:23:13 AM
So he has the skeels?
 
2012-12-20 12:26:57 AM
It wasn't because their teacher was an NFL quarterback.

Bullshiat, it was because of that, kids pay attention to that shiat or at the least guys who are huge or female teachers who are pretty.

Many of them didn't have televisions at home.

Whats that got to do with it?

But still.........Good on him, I know after 16 years of making millions per year I would just retire to a beach somewhere, hes a bigger man than probably 75% of the USA and 100% of fark.4
 
2012-12-20 12:29:18 AM
That's a pretty feel good story.
 
I'll play him in the Lifetime movie.
 
2012-12-20 12:57:54 AM
I admit I kinda chuckled at the end of the article when it talked about him dropping 2 of his 3 algebra classes because the demand of building the football program got to be too much. But still it's good to see him go back to work at his high school and invest his own money and time into making it a better place.

libranoelrose: That's a pretty feel good story.

I'll play him in the Lifetime movie.


Might as well, we haven't had one of those movies in a while. It can be a mix of Dangerous Minds and Gridiron Gang, featuring Ron Artest as coach Eric Boles and Ralph Macchio as principal Pat Erwin.
 
2012-12-20 01:53:17 AM

SubBass49: Props to Kitna...hopefully he's actually DOING something, unlike last year's NFL "Teacher of the Year," Burt Grossman, had good stuff ON PAPER, but the reality is that he was a homophobic, sexist, rude jerk who hung out in the office almost all day long. He alienated almost everyone he came into contact with, and now he thinks he's qualified to run for school board in a nearby district.

/good on Kitna, if the story holds water


I hate to ruin everyone's day, but I know some of Kitna's neighbors, and.. let's just say he's very religious, and not at all fond of gay folks.
 
2012-12-20 02:11:14 AM

SubBass49: Props to Kitna...hopefully he's actually DOING something, unlike last year's NFL "Teacher of the Year," Burt Grossman, had good stuff ON PAPER, but the reality is that he was a homophobic, sexist, rude jerk who hung out in the office almost all day long. He alienated almost everyone he came into contact with, and now he thinks he's qualified to run for school board in a nearby district.

/good on Kitna, if the story holds water


What wouldn't hold water? He's a multimillionaire, he could just retire. He doesn't need to work ever again. He's the real deal and has a great heart. That should be plain to anyone who followed him in Seattle.

Is he very religious? Yeah, he is. I don't know what his position on gay marriage is, but how would I? He doesn't speak up about stuff like that. He's religious in his own life and doesn't preach to others, which as far as I'm concerned is the best kind of religious to be. All his time in Seattle, he was never political. Our problem shouldn't be with people who disapprove of gays or gay marriage and wouldn't be gay or get gay married, it should be with people who disapprove of gays or gay marriage and want to force other people to adhere to their personal moral standards.

Kitna is the best of the best - if only more athletes and celebrities followed in his footsteps.
 
2012-12-20 02:14:02 AM

SubBass49: Props to Kitna...hopefully he's actually DOING something, unlike last year's NFL "Teacher of the Year," Burt Grossman, had good stuff ON PAPER, but the reality is that he was a homophobic, sexist, rude jerk who hung out in the office almost all day long. He alienated almost everyone he came into contact with, and now he thinks he's qualified to run for school board in a nearby district.


let's not judge a candidate on their beliefs. most males that run for school board in a nearby district(including your own) are homophobic, sexist, rude jerk who hung out in the office almost all day long.

/most/all gym teachers (male or female) all have some level of sickness.
 
2012-12-20 02:20:37 AM

karmachameleon: Kitna is the best of the best - if only more athletes and celebrities followed in his footsteps.


many millions follow him. many more million make more than him and keep their mouths shut.

self-absorbed-douche
 
2012-12-20 02:22:47 AM
Kitna was a garbage qb.
 
2012-12-20 02:24:51 AM

bubbaprog: SubBass49: Props to Kitna...hopefully he's actually DOING something, unlike last year's NFL "Teacher of the Year," Burt Grossman, had good stuff ON PAPER, but the reality is that he was a homophobic, sexist, rude jerk who hung out in the office almost all day long. He alienated almost everyone he came into contact with, and now he thinks he's qualified to run for school board in a nearby district.

/good on Kitna, if the story holds water

I hate to ruin everyone's day, but I know some of Kitna's neighbors, and.. let's just say he's very religious, and not at all fond of gay folks.


Has he spent money on campaigns to constitutionally enshrine marriage as only between a man and a woman? Has he gone out and beaten up gay folks? Or does he just not like their "life choices" and passively want them to change?
 
2012-12-20 02:43:17 AM

Toshiro Mifune's Letter Opener: From the article:

[img441.imageshack.us image 360x529]

BULLSHIAT.

He's captioning cats, and you KNOW it.


No, seriously, good on you, Jon.


What is Andy Dalton doing in a Jon Kitna article?
 
2012-12-20 02:50:14 AM
Jon Kitna was more accurate than Matthew Stafford as a Detroit Lion.

He just didn't have the luxury of Calvin Johnson making him look good.

/Stafford is a fat POS.
 
2012-12-20 03:03:30 AM

Subtle Like A T-Rex: Toshiro Mifune's Letter Opener: From the article:

[img441.imageshack.us image 360x529]

BULLSHIAT.

He's captioning cats, and you KNOW it.


No, seriously, good on you, Jon.

What is Andy Dalton doing in a Jon Kitna article?


Dude, you might wanna adjust your screen's tint. It has a little too much red in it.
 
2012-12-20 03:05:44 AM
Excellent story. My retirement plan has always been to teach math /CS at high school. I doubt I'll have $20 million to fall back on, but nobody's perfect
 
2012-12-20 04:26:14 AM

bubbaprog: I hate to ruin everyone's day, but I know some of Kitna's neighbors, and.. let's just say he's very religious, and not at all fond of gay folks.


I am not religious, and I am fond of gay folks. With that being said, can you tell me why this matters? I have plenty of questions about religion, but I don't generally defer those to NFL quarterbacks because I know that is a ridiculous position to take. John Kitna has shown himself to be a standup dude, even if I do disagree with his outlook on life. Good on him!

Let me ask you this: Do you think you have done more to advance the overall well being of your community? If the answer is yes, then congrats!
 
2012-12-20 04:59:02 AM

What_Would_Jimi_Do: karmachameleon: Kitna is the best of the best - if only more athletes and celebrities followed in his footsteps.

many millions follow him. many more million make more than him and keep their mouths shut.

self-absorbed-douche


How do you figure? You think he called up the media and asked them to come down to interview him and write up his story? I don't see where he's asking for a medal or anything - what do you do that you don't need to do that helps others?
 
2012-12-20 05:03:41 AM

hulk hogan meat shoes: Kitna was a garbage qb.


Yeah, you're right. Undrafted QBs coming out of small colleges frequently enjoy 15-year NFL careers. (eyeroll)

His story is fairly amazing. He's no Tom Brady, but why is that the standard you'd hold him to? For a nobody to come out of nowhere and have the kind of career he had...if you think that's "garbage", I'd say your perspective is skewed so far as to be unsalvageable.

Name 3 other undrafted NFL quarterbacks in the last 30 years who enjoyed similar careers.
 
2012-12-20 05:06:20 AM

karmachameleon: hulk hogan meat shoes: Kitna was a garbage qb.

Yeah, you're right. Undrafted QBs coming out of small colleges frequently enjoy 15-year NFL careers. (eyeroll)

His story is fairly amazing. He's no Tom Brady, but why is that the standard you'd hold him to? For a nobody to come out of nowhere and have the kind of career he had...if you think that's "garbage", I'd say your perspective is skewed so far as to be unsalvageable.

Name 3 other undrafted NFL quarterbacks in the last 30 years who enjoyed similar careers.


In case you need some reference. Have fun naming those other 3 - surely there are easily at least 3, since you seem to think what Kitna accomplished is common enough to be called "garbage".
 
2012-12-20 05:13:40 AM
Nice to see someone put their fame and talents to work for something other than greed. Maybe there is hope for us. Good find subby.
 
2012-12-20 05:22:19 AM

karmachameleon: Have fun naming those other 3 - surely there are easily at least 3


I hate to do this, because if truthiness was what was important, you'd be right. And no matter how much I might agree with your sentiment, off the top of my head.
Just Seahawks
Warren Moon
Jim Zorn
Dave Kreig

Not Seahawks
Tony Romo
Kurt Warner
Jeff Garcia

If I thought about it, I could probably fill in maybe one or two more.
It's entirely possible there's many more, particularly if we go all paleo-NFL, or if we interpret modern undrafted as all-time acquired after round 7.
It's not all that surprising really, out of about maybe 30,000 individuals, the half dozen that stand out, stand out.
 
2012-12-20 05:26:20 AM

SubBass49: Props to Kitna...hopefully he's actually DOING something, unlike last year's NFL "Teacher of the Year," Burt Grossman, had good stuff ON PAPER, but the reality is that he was a homophobic, sexist, rude jerk who hung out in the office almost all day long. He alienated almost everyone he came into contact with, and now he thinks he's qualified to run for school board in a nearby district.

/good on Kitna, if the story holds water


Hmm, lots of potentially slanderous type things being said about someone no one has ever heard of but you.

And being sexist, rude and homophobic somehow means you are automatically an ineffective conveyer of knowledge? Sounds like maybe you got a D in his class at some point.
 
2012-12-20 05:31:10 AM

karmachameleon: karmachameleon: hulk hogan meat shoes: Kitna was a garbage qb.

Yeah, you're right. Undrafted QBs coming out of small colleges frequently enjoy 15-year NFL careers. (eyeroll)

His story is fairly amazing. He's no Tom Brady, but why is that the standard you'd hold him to? For a nobody to come out of nowhere and have the kind of career he had...if you think that's "garbage", I'd say your perspective is skewed so far as to be unsalvageable.

Name 3 other undrafted NFL quarterbacks in the last 30 years who enjoyed similar careers.

In case you need some reference. Have fun naming those other 3 - surely there are easily at least 3, since you seem to think what Kitna accomplished is common enough to be called "garbage".


Kurt Warner (12 seasons), Warren Moon (17 seasons), and Jeff Garcia (11 seasons).

/to be fair, those are the only three that have any longevity whatsoever along with reasonable levels of performance
 
2012-12-20 08:19:49 AM
Great guy, tiny hands....
 
2012-12-20 08:37:44 AM
Kitna has always been a class act. Had he had bigger hands, he could have been something in the NFL.
 
2012-12-20 08:53:00 AM
When Carson Palmer was drafted, Jon Kitna was the starting QB for the Bengals; the season prior to drafting Palmer, Kitna had begun something of a turnaround for the perennial Bungles. Rather than start him immediately, the Bengals benched Palmer for most of the season while Kitna, who clearly saw the writing on the wall, helped the young USC quarterback transition into the league. Were it not for Kitna, Carson Palmer could have been the first Mark Sanchez.
 
2012-12-20 08:53:29 AM

I sound fat: SubBass49: Props to Kitna...hopefully he's actually DOING something, unlike last year's NFL "Teacher of the Year," Burt Grossman, had good stuff ON PAPER, but the reality is that he was a homophobic, sexist, rude jerk who hung out in the office almost all day long. He alienated almost everyone he came into contact with, and now he thinks he's qualified to run for school board in a nearby district.

/good on Kitna, if the story holds water

Hmm, lots of potentially slanderous type things being said about someone no one has ever heard of but you.

And being sexist, rude and homophobic somehow means you are automatically an ineffective conveyer of knowledge? Sounds like maybe you got a D in his class at some point.


Ummm...well where should I start?

- His "class" wasn't a class at all. He basically did what the counselors did, but with a select group of "at-risk" students (btw...pretty much the entire school is considered "at risk")...ONE period per day if I remember correctly.

- Then, as far as the "slanderous" stuff goes, there's always his own words from his 1996 book:

On education: "I got good grades because if I didn't, I'd get my knuckles cracked.... I know that the liberal way of educating the young people today differs from the good old-fashioned education I received. Today we can't discipline the kids and we have got to make everything fair and even. In other words, we can't hurt anyone's feelings with a system that rewards the winners and fails the losers... But I understand. Liberal politicians are dependent on the dope vote to keep them in office."

On gays playing football: "An open gay policy for the NFL? Of course. Then we could have open gay receivers prancing over the middle instead of running manly patterns. Then we could have openly gay quarterbacks getting behind the center and going on a long, long count."

On himself: "Sure, I was Catholic, part Jewish, white and handsome, rich and famous, conservative, anti-abortion, straight, and a Rush Limbaugh fan, but even us minorities have the right to a job.... In the end I passed on the lawsuit idea [Grossman had been let go by the 49ers] because sooner or later Jesse Jackson and all the Affirmative Action wackos would get around to straightening out the National Football League."
 
2012-12-20 08:55:41 AM

EyeballKid: Were it not for Kitna, Carson Palmer could have been the first Mark Sanchez.


Instead, he never made it to even 1 AFC Championship game;)
 
2012-12-20 09:06:25 AM

The Muthaship: EyeballKid: Were it not for Kitna, Carson Palmer could have been the first Mark Sanchez.

Instead, he never made it to even 1 AFC Championship game;)


Credit Kimo Von Cheapshot for that.

But on an altogether different note, SubBass49 has taught me that Kitna was something of a dickhole, as well as a rather semi-competent performer on the field. Thanks for sharing.
 
2012-12-20 09:08:57 AM

EyeballKid: Credit Kimo Von Cheapshot for that.


Yeah, as you knew already, I was just kidding. Palmer was good until his balls were mistakenly removed while they were fixing his shoulder.
 
2012-12-20 09:18:03 AM

bubbaprog: SubBass49: Props to Kitna...hopefully he's actually DOING something, unlike last year's NFL "Teacher of the Year," Burt Grossman, had good stuff ON PAPER, but the reality is that he was a homophobic, sexist, rude jerk who hung out in the office almost all day long. He alienated almost everyone he came into contact with, and now he thinks he's qualified to run for school board in a nearby district.

/good on Kitna, if the story holds water

I hate to ruin everyone's day, but I know some of Kitna's neighbors, and.. let's just say he's very religious, and not at all fond of gay folks.


You're right, that totally disqualifies him from helping out poverty youth in his old school because his beliefs don't match yours.
 
2012-12-20 09:23:17 AM

SubBass49: I sound fat: SubBass49: Props to Kitna...hopefully he's actually DOING something, unlike last year's NFL "Teacher of the Year," Burt Grossman, had good stuff ON PAPER, but the reality is that he was a homophobic, sexist, rude jerk who hung out in the office almost all day long. He alienated almost everyone he came into contact with, and now he thinks he's qualified to run for school board in a nearby district.

/good on Kitna, if the story holds water

Hmm, lots of potentially slanderous type things being said about someone no one has ever heard of but you.

And being sexist, rude and homophobic somehow means you are automatically an ineffective conveyer of knowledge? Sounds like maybe you got a D in his class at some point.

Ummm...well where should I start?

- His "class" wasn't a class at all. He basically did what the counselors did, but with a select group of "at-risk" students (btw...pretty much the entire school is considered "at risk")...ONE period per day if I remember correctly.

- Then, as far as the "slanderous" stuff goes, there's always his own words from his 1996 book:

On education: "I got good grades because if I didn't, I'd get my knuckles cracked.... I know that the liberal way of educating the young people today differs from the good old-fashioned education I received. Today we can't discipline the kids and we have got to make everything fair and even. In other words, we can't hurt anyone's feelings with a system that rewards the winners and fails the losers... But I understand. Liberal politicians are dependent on the dope vote to keep them in office."

On gays playing football: "An open gay policy for the NFL? Of course. Then we could have open gay receivers prancing over the middle instead of running manly patterns. Then we could have openly gay quarterbacks getting behind the center and going on a long, long count."

On himself: "Sure, I was Catholic, part Jewish, white and handsome, rich and famous, conservative, anti-abortion, straight, ...


I knew none of this stuff about him. Asshole or not, good on him for at least trying to make a difference.

One quick note about all the you said, though, his class is hand picked students from the high schools football team to make sure they stay eligible. I picked that up pretty quick, and noticed as soon as the football program got going good, he stepped away from the teaching duties. It was then that others were able to get into his class.

I still believe what he's doing is a good thing, and regardless of all that you pointed out, I'm still happy he's taking the time to make a positive impact on young people today.
 
2012-12-20 09:25:40 AM

Tickle Mittens: karmachameleon: Have fun naming those other 3 - surely there are easily at least 3

I hate to do this, because if truthiness was what was important, you'd be right. And no matter how much I might agree with your sentiment, off the top of my head.
Just Seahawks
Warren Moon
Jim Zorn
Dave Kreig

Not Seahawks
Tony Romo
Kurt Warner
Jeff Garcia

If I thought about it, I could probably fill in maybe one or two more.
It's entirely possible there's many more, particularly if we go all paleo-NFL, or if we interpret modern undrafted as all-time acquired after round 7.
It's not all that surprising really, out of about maybe 30,000 individuals, the half dozen that stand out, stand out.


Spoken for truthiness, those are not bad names to be lumped in with, and kudos for naming more than 3 (I had honestly forgotten that Moon, Warner, and even Romo and Garcia were undrafted. I had Krieg and Zorn in mind, wondered if anyone would mention them ;-). Fans of teams Kitna played with cannot help but root for him, he is truly a man of great character. I'm convinced I've been trolled here, because one would have to be seriously ignorant to think otherwise, or to think that a guy with millions in the bank going back to his decrepit old high school to purposely take on the most unmotivated and uninterested kids against the advice of his fellow teachers and principal isn't a great, great story.
 
2012-12-20 09:31:45 AM
Don't start liking him to much, he's one of them there christians
 
2012-12-20 09:41:01 AM

karmachameleon: Fans of teams Kitna played with cannot help but root for him, he is truly a man of great character. I'm convinced I've been trolled here, because one would have to be seriously ignorant to think otherwise, or to think that a guy with millions in the bank going back to his decrepit old high school to purposely take on the most unmotivated and uninterested kids against the advice of his fellow teachers and principal isn't a great, great story.


It's not about who you are, it's about what you do. He seems to be doing something worthwhile. I could care less if he was Adolf Hitler in disguise at that point as long as his actions were positive, and they are.
 
2012-12-20 09:47:28 AM

Crewmannumber6: Don't start liking him to much, he's one of them there christians


Need help? That last nail's hard to drive in yourself.
 
2012-12-20 09:58:13 AM
That's awesome!
Underrated journeyman QB.
I followed his career since Barcelona
One of my favorite Seahawks.
 
2012-12-20 10:11:53 AM
The article had me...Right up until the religious conversion. Though as I read, I had the sneaking suspicion that Jesus would be involved at some point and I was correct. Sigh...

What he's doing is a good thing all around, but I cannot help but feel that it's artiface at its core. Seems to me that Kitna's doing these good things, not because of his "big heart" but because of the "other", namely Jeebus. I'd love to hear about a guy (or girl) doing something like this not because a book or a pastor tells them to, but because it's the right thing to do humanistically and they just feel it.
 
2012-12-20 10:12:44 AM

Fade2black: bubbaprog: SubBass49: Props to Kitna...hopefully he's actually DOING something, unlike last year's NFL "Teacher of the Year," Burt Grossman, had good stuff ON PAPER, but the reality is that he was a homophobic, sexist, rude jerk who hung out in the office almost all day long. He alienated almost everyone he came into contact with, and now he thinks he's qualified to run for school board in a nearby district.

/good on Kitna, if the story holds water

I hate to ruin everyone's day, but I know some of Kitna's neighbors, and.. let's just say he's very religious, and not at all fond of gay folks.

You're right, that totally disqualifies him from helping out poverty youth in his old school because his beliefs don't match yours.


Yes, bigotry is a matter of taste, what was I thinking?
 
2012-12-20 10:21:23 AM

EyeballKid: Crewmannumber6: Don't start liking him to much, he's one of them there christians

Need help? That last nail's hard to drive in yourself.


That was sarcasm. Or irony. Or ridicule of prosthelytizing athiests. I'm not sure.
 
2012-12-20 10:22:32 AM

darch: I'd love to hear about a guy (or girl) doing something like this not because a book or a pastor tells them to, but because it's the right thing to do humanistically and they just feel it.


And I'd love to have a million dollars and a unicorn. What's your point?
 
2012-12-20 10:22:33 AM

EyeballKid: But on an altogether different note, SubBass49 has taught me that Kitna was something of a dickhole, as well as a rather semi-competent performer on the field. Thanks for sharing


Ummm...reading comprehension...have you heard about it? It's a good thing.

/two different ex-NFL players being discussed here...
//Kitna isn't the one I've been referring to.
 
2012-12-20 10:31:27 AM
And I'd love to have a million dollars and a unicorn. What's your point?

Yeah, I get it- this is Fark- but my contention is the same- I just don't trust folks who do things because of a religious belief. THAT'S my point.
 
2012-12-20 11:02:35 AM

darch: And I'd love to have a million dollars and a unicorn. What's your point?

Yeah, I get it- this is Fark- but my contention is the same- I just don't trust folks who do things because of a religious belief. THAT'S my point.


I agreee with that statement, but does it state in the article that he does what he does BECAUSE of his religious beliefs? The only mention was that Kitna is very religious, but keeps religion out of it because he works in a public school and teaches students from different religious backgrounds.
It would seem, at least from this short article, that he has the ability to keep his religion to himself. It does, however, mention that one of the foundations of his teaching (R.E.A.D.) came from what he learned in a religious setting. I guess my conclusion from all that is when it comes to religion, harness in the good energy, block out the bad. Harness. Energy. Block. Bad. It's like a carousel. You put the quarter in, you get on the horse, it goes up and down, and around. Circular, circle. Feel it. Go with the flow.
 
2012-12-20 11:28:52 AM

SubBass49: EyeballKid: But on an altogether different note, SubBass49 has taught me that Kitna was something of a dickhole, as well as a rather semi-competent performer on the field. Thanks for sharing

Ummm...reading comprehension...have you heard about it? It's a good thing.

/two different ex-NFL players being discussed here...
//Kitna isn't the one I've been referring to.


Sorry. I don't really catch up until my 8th cup of coffee.
 
2012-12-20 11:51:40 AM

bubbaprog: Fade2black: bubbaprog: SubBass49: Props to Kitna...hopefully he's actually DOING something, unlike last year's NFL "Teacher of the Year," Burt Grossman, had good stuff ON PAPER, but the reality is that he was a homophobic, sexist, rude jerk who hung out in the office almost all day long. He alienated almost everyone he came into contact with, and now he thinks he's qualified to run for school board in a nearby district.

/good on Kitna, if the story holds water

I hate to ruin everyone's day, but I know some of Kitna's neighbors, and.. let's just say he's very religious, and not at all fond of gay folks.

You're right, that totally disqualifies him from helping out poverty youth in his old school because his beliefs don't match yours.

Yes, bigotry is a matter of taste, what was I thinking?


Obviously you weren't. People are still entitled to their own opinion. The amount of liberal derp on here that decry him just because he's a Christian is absolutely astounding. Even if he uses religion as a way to get behind the cause of what he's doing, it's more than the empty souls on here are doing. It's not like he's spewing anti-gay slurs while teaching them math; it was only pointed out because every Seattle and Tacoma newspaper live to flaunt their liberal agenda.

At least he's doing something, but hey, keep farking that chicken. Maybe someday you'll get past your own hatred and see he's trying to do some good. Or you'll just keep thinking that his hatred for gays is somehow different than your hatred for religion.

But I'm sure yours is morally superior though, right?
 
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