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2013-10-02 09:48:36 AM
Hope this somehow helps get the prick burned at the stake.
 
2013-10-02 10:01:22 AM
celebnmusic247.com
 
2013-10-02 10:06:51 AM
Surprised there was no video.
 
2013-10-02 10:08:58 AM

js34603: Surprised there was no video.


Seeing how this criminal mastermind operates, just wait. There might be.
 
2013-10-02 10:15:08 AM

SphericalTime:


Faces of PCP
 
2013-10-02 10:23:00 AM
Any chance he was behind the marathon bombing too?
 
2013-10-02 10:24:03 AM
But Cris Collinsworth told me on Sunday night that whenever people with issues are introduced to "The Patriot Way", they are instantly transformed into the kind of guys you'd let babysit your kids.
 
2013-10-02 10:27:36 AM

Yanks_RSJ: But Cris Collinsworth told me on Sunday night that whenever people with issues are introduced to "The Patriot Way", they are instantly transformed into the kind of guys you'd let babysit your kids.


Just like the Priests who molest kids are doing "God's work".
 
2013-10-02 10:30:10 AM

Yanks_RSJ: But Cris Collinsworth told me on Sunday night that whenever people with issues are introduced to "The Patriot Way", they are instantly transformed into the kind of guys you'd let babysit your kids.


Hey, it does have some truth to it. Randy Moss, Corey Dillon, Ochocinco, Aqib Talib...

But I think Hernandez was so set on being an angel that he took to angel dust, which messed things up a bit.
 
2013-10-02 10:42:03 AM

aintnuttintofarkwith: Hey, it does have some truth to it. Randy Moss, Corey Dillon, Ochocinco, Aqib Talib...


Albert Haynesworth.

Look, there is some truth to the fact that when the guys you listed left bad situations and joined a winning team, they got their act together - although in the case of Moss and Ocho, it was temporary.  Dillon was never a bad guy, he just pointed out how horrible the Brown family was at running the Bengals, which was 100% accurate.

Talib could have gone almost anywhere except Tampa and been better off, that's one of the most poorly-run organizations in any sport.

Anyway, my post wasn't meant to knock the Patriots, just to point out the stupidity of what Collinsworth said in light of the Hernandez situation.
 
2013-10-02 11:10:41 AM

Yanks_RSJ: But Cris Collinsworth told me on Sunday night that whenever people with issues are introduced to "The Patriot Way", they are instantly transformed into the kind of guys you'd let babysit your kids.


That was ridiculous.  About halfway after he got through that sentence I started laughing.  I'm sure Collinsworth's mind threw up the flag and I'm sure his director went silent for the next 30 seconds.
At the same time, there's a difference between weed-smoking malcontents with domestic or traffic incidents who can be easily dropped when they have another incident - like a Moss or Ochocinco, versus a weapons guy like Hernandez.
Talib has a couple of assaults and an (alleged) gun incident, and Alfonzo Dennard assaulted a cop.  To me that's scary and more indicative of desperation than anything.  And it fits.  Belichick's staff can't draft and develop defensive backs to save their lives.  The closest they've come to getting it right in his time is Asante Samuel and maybe Ellis Hobbs.
 
2013-10-02 11:12:49 AM
i heard that urban meyer was the bag man
 
2013-10-02 11:15:45 AM

keypusher: Any chance he was behind the marathon bombing too?


Have there been any more bombings in Boston since Hernandez has been in custody? No. I don't think we can rule him out at this point.

There also have been no more Zodiac killings since his arrest. Something to ponder.
 
2013-10-02 11:17:16 AM
Did the gloves fit?
 
2013-10-02 11:19:36 AM

Gonz: keypusher: Any chance he was behind the marathon bombing too?

Have there been any more bombings in Boston since Hernandez has been in custody? No. I don't think we can rule him out at this point.

There also have been no more Zodiac killings since his arrest. Something to ponder.


Is there any chance he wasn't behind the marathon bombing??

Don't be silly.  He wasn't even born during the first Zodiac killings.  It was his Kenyan uncle-daddy that did those.
 
2013-10-02 11:23:27 AM

SphericalTime: [celebnmusic247.com image 628x419]


Those are some pretty crappy tattoos. Can't he afford better work?
 
2013-10-02 11:29:59 AM
moderateleft.com

"What's up, Negroes?"
 
2013-10-02 11:42:27 AM

Saiga410: Did the gloves fit?


Aw, quit!
 
2013-10-02 11:50:41 AM

Gonz: There also have been no more Zodiac killings since his arrest. Something to ponder.


weird....i was in the Bay Area over the weekend and realized at one point, 9/27 was the 44th anniversary of the Lake Berryessa attack.

last time i was in SF i went to Washington and Cherry (the Paul Stine site).  it was creepy.  didn't help that it was about 11PM, dark, cold, and windy, and there wasn't a soul around.  i scared the crap out of myself.  i left on the same path Zodiac walked to Julius Kahn playground, but by the end i was so freaked out I was running.  was mighty glad to see other people after awhile.
 
2013-10-02 11:55:03 AM
Nana's Vibrator:
...and Alfonzo Dennard assaulted a cop.

Meh, I'm always inclined to question "assaulting a police officer" charges.  More often than not, brushing up against one as he's trying to put cuffs on you gets you an "assaulting a police officer" charge.  At the very least, I'd have to see the details of what went down on video before I believe that it was an actual, bona-fide "assault".
 
2013-10-02 11:59:26 AM
Do they have proof he shot JFK too?
 
2013-10-02 12:00:22 PM
I apologize for not finding the original article about this. But I seem to recall a story about a sports editor for the LA Times who kept getting assigned coverage for the OJ Simpson trial. He refused to cover the trial because putting stories about the trial in the sports section was the equivalent of putting stories about Jeffrey Dahmer in the Food section.

Something to ponder, my dear sprotsies.
 
2013-10-02 12:09:40 PM
At this rate, he's going to be tied to more murders than Steve Sax.
 
2013-10-02 12:16:41 PM

Jay CiR: Nana's Vibrator:
...and Alfonzo Dennard assaulted a cop.

Meh, I'm always inclined to question "assaulting a police officer" charges.  More often than not, brushing up against one as he's trying to put cuffs on you gets you an "assaulting a police officer" charge.  At the very least, I'd have to see the details of what went down on video before I believe that it was an actual, bona-fide "assault".


He assaulted someone and then punched the cops (and resisted arrest, by his own admission) when they tried to stop him.
 
2013-10-02 12:18:14 PM

flak attack: Jay CiR: Nana's Vibrator:
...and Alfonzo Dennard assaulted a cop.

Meh, I'm always inclined to question "assaulting a police officer" charges.  More often than not, brushing up against one as he's trying to put cuffs on you gets you an "assaulting a police officer" charge.  At the very least, I'd have to see the details of what went down on video before I believe that it was an actual, bona-fide "assault".

He assaulted someone and then punched the cops (and resisted arrest, by his own admission) when they tried to stop him.


Oh, well, in that case, it's pretty cut and dry.  Thanks for detailing the incident!
 
2013-10-02 12:19:49 PM
Looks like his entire family is going to prison. Couldn't happen to worse people, frankly.
 
2013-10-02 12:33:20 PM

aintnuttintofarkwith: Yanks_RSJ: But Cris Collinsworth told me on Sunday night that whenever people with issues are introduced to "The Patriot Way", they are instantly transformed into the kind of guys you'd let babysit your kids.

Hey, it does have some truth to it. Randy Moss, Corey Dillon, Ochocinco, Aqib Talib...

But I think Hernandez was so set on being an angel that he took to angel dust, which messed things up a bit.


So, he went "around the horn"?
 
2013-10-02 12:35:08 PM

flak attack: Jay CiR: Nana's Vibrator:
...and Alfonzo Dennard assaulted a cop.

Meh, I'm always inclined to question "assaulting a police officer" charges.  More often than not, brushing up against one as he's trying to put cuffs on you gets you an "assaulting a police officer" charge.  At the very least, I'd have to see the details of what went down on video before I believe that it was an actual, bona-fide "assault".

He assaulted someone and then punched the cops (and resisted arrest, by his own admission) when they tried to stop him.


When you lawyer is telling you to pleed because you will end up with probation, you do it.
 
2013-10-02 01:06:50 PM
I'll put good money on him being the shooter of those guys in Florida, too.
 
2013-10-02 01:14:37 PM

fatalvenom: Yanks_RSJ: But Cris Collinsworth told me on Sunday night that whenever people with issues are introduced to "The Patriot Way", they are instantly transformed into the kind of guys you'd let babysit your kids.

Just like the Priests who molest kids are doing "God's work".


If you found me a child-molesting priest who could run a 4.4 40 and had soft hands, you find a LOT more people willing to overlook a few minor "indiscretions" and an agent and GM or two that would be willing to put  a clause in his contract ensuring a constant supply of fresh young boys.  The Pats, like every NFL team, have security personnel who investigate players and have contact all over the local PDs.  Hernandez's involvement inthe early killing has long been suspected by Law enforcement, but the PAts were deliberately blinding themselves to it until his behavoir became disruptive in the club house
 
2013-10-02 01:17:42 PM
Hope he spends the rest of his worthless life in prison. It's what he always wanted. I mean, that's the only real endgame for the "hard thug" life, right? It's not like you're going to become president or be a hero. Your desired outcome in life is to live as much of your life behind bars as you can. I hope the jury helps him fully realize his dream.
 
2013-10-02 01:20:06 PM

mooseyfate: Hope he spends the rest of his worthless life in prison. It's what he always wanted. I mean, that's the only real endgame for the "hard thug" life, right? It's not like you're going to become president or be a hero. Your desired outcome in life is to live as much of your life behind bars as you can. I hope the jury helps him fully realize his dream.


Looks like someone never played Saints Row.
 
2013-10-02 01:20:23 PM

Yanks_RSJ: aintnuttintofarkwith: Hey, it does have some truth to it. Randy Moss, Corey Dillon, Ochocinco, Aqib Talib...

Albert Haynesworth.

Look, there is some truth to the fact that when the guys you listed left bad situations and joined a winning team, they got their act together - although in the case of Moss and Ocho, it was temporary.  Dillon was never a bad guy, he just pointed out how horrible the Brown family was at running the Bengals, which was 100% accurate.

Talib could have gone almost anywhere except Tampa and been better off, that's one of the most poorly-run organizations in any sport.

Anyway, my post wasn't meant to knock the Patriots, just to point out the stupidity of what Collinsworth said in light of the Hernandez situation.


I'm a Pats fan and I find the "magic patriot pixie dust" stuff ridiculous and annoying, I imagine it must be even more annoying to fans of rival teams.
 
2013-10-02 01:25:37 PM

Magorn: The Pats, like every NFL team, have security personnel who investigate players and have contact all over the local PDs



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2013-10-02 01:27:00 PM

Magorn: but the PAts were deliberately blinding themselves to it


Is that how you picture it in your mind?
"He's out there dusted up and shooting people but let's ignore that and give him a big contract extension!"

If they had any idea how bad Hernandez was don't you think they would have been trading him instead of giving him an extension?
 
2013-10-02 01:48:05 PM

AnEvilGuest: If they had any idea how bad Hernandez was don't you think they would have been trading him instead of giving him an extension?


Get out of here with your common sense & logic. Argue blindly with no sense of reality or BE GONE!
 
2013-10-02 01:51:59 PM

AnEvilGuest: Magorn: but the PAts were deliberately blinding themselves to it

Is that how you picture it in your mind?
"He's out there dusted up and shooting people but let's ignore that and give him a big contract extension!"

If they had any idea how bad Hernandez was don't you think they would have been trading him instead of giving him an extension?


They new before they drafted him.  Hernandez dropped way down the board because of his past.  It was no secret.
 
2013-10-02 02:01:10 PM

the biggest redneck here: I'll put good money on him being the shooter of those guys in Florida, too.


I just want to know where Herndez was Nov 22nd 1963.
 
2013-10-02 02:19:47 PM

aintnuttintofarkwith: Yanks_RSJ: But Cris Collinsworth told me on Sunday night that whenever people with issues are introduced to "The Patriot Way", they are instantly transformed into the kind of guys you'd let babysit your kids.

Hey, it does have some truth to it. Randy Moss, Corey Dillon, Ochocinco, Aqib Talib...

But I think Hernandez was so set on being an angel that he took to angel dust, which messed things up a bit.


More like Angel Hernandez, amirite?
 
2013-10-02 02:23:23 PM

Di Atribe: I apologize for not finding the original article about this. But I seem to recall a story about a sports editor for the LA Times who kept getting assigned coverage for the OJ Simpson trial. He refused to cover the trial because putting stories about the trial in the sports section was the equivalent of putting stories about Jeffrey Dahmer in the Food section.

Something to ponder, my dear sprotsies.


Fark that. You expect me to give a shiat about hockey and baseball on an October Wednesday night?

Think again, sister!
 
2013-10-02 03:06:44 PM

The Muthaship: They new before they drafted him.  Hernandez dropped way down the board because of his past.  It was no secret.


The guy had had a history and dropped in the draft, that much is true. But really... you're ACTUALLY suggesting the Patriots knew he was a murderer and gave him a contract? Because that's how you're coming off. I mean, you can backpedal when someone calls you on it and say you were just talking about his pre-draft college behavior and the letter he wrote to them before the 2010 draft. But that nullifies your point entirely because a bar fight and wild behavior in college isn't multiple homicide. Not even close. So unless you present some evidence that the Patriots knew he was a murderous psychopath when they gave him a contract, you look silly.
 
2013-10-02 03:15:57 PM

WinoRhino: The Muthaship: They new before they drafted him.  Hernandez dropped way down the board because of his past.  It was no secret.

The guy had had a history and dropped in the draft, that much is true. But really... you're ACTUALLY suggesting the Patriots knew he was a murderer and gave him a contract? Because that's how you're coming off. I mean, you can backpedal when someone calls you on it and say you were just talking about his pre-draft college behavior and the letter he wrote to them before the 2010 draft. But that nullifies your point entirely because a bar fight and wild behavior in college isn't multiple homicide. Not even close. So unless you present some evidence that the Patriots knew he was a murderous psychopath when they gave him a contract, you look silly.


Yeah.  When you make up what people said, they sound very silly and irrational.
 
2013-10-02 03:16:21 PM

WinoRhino: Because that's how you're coming off. I mean, you can backpedal when someone calls you on it and say you were just talking about his pre-draft college behavior and the letter he wrote to them before the 2010 draft. But that nullifies your point entirely because a bar fight and wild behavior in college isn't multiple homicide. Not even close. So unless you present some evidence that the Patriots knew he was a murderous psychopath when they gave him a contract, you look silly.


I guess it's important how you think I 'come off', but I can't get interested in that.

They knew he had gang affiliations coming out of college.  Hell, Meyer knew that when he recruited him.  Of course there were the incidents at Florida, all kept very quiet as the higher calling of winning was pursued.  The Patriots knew what they were getting.  If you think they didn't know that he was continuing to associate with criminals, once he joined the organization, you are free to.  But I'm afraid that makes a different person "look silly'.

He's a great tight end.  He helped New England win.  That makes up for a multitude of sins.

I'm not saying the Pats are the only team that do it, but pretending they were shocked that Hernandez is a violent thug is ridiculous.
 
2013-10-02 03:33:35 PM
Any chance he'll get away with this, and write a book detailing how he would've done it had he done it, before getting arrested years later for armed robbery in a Las Vegas hotel room? Cause that'd be pretty sweet.
 
2013-10-02 03:35:04 PM
Also...He may have been a tight-end in the NFL. Not so much in the Big House...
 
2013-10-02 03:37:02 PM

BSABSVR: Yeah.  When you make up what people said, they sound very silly and irrational.


Where did I make anything up? Here's the initial comment and how he responded to it:

If they had any idea how bad Hernandez was don't you think they would have been trading him instead of giving him an extension?

They new before they drafted him.


Pretty simple. Muthaship is saying what the Patriots knew before they drafted him is equivalent to what everyone knows about him now. It isn't. It's foolish to think that. There have been plenty of troubled players in the league before.

The Muthaship: If you think they didn't know that he was continuing to associate with criminals, once he joined the organization, you are free to.  But I'm afraid that makes a different person "look silly'.


I never said that, and neither did you. I'm saying associating with petty criminals is not the same as being a murderer. You suggest that the Patriots knew (or should have known) the full extent of what Hernandez would eventually do-- that he'd become a murderer.  Multiple teams (who had problems in the past with troubled players) didn't want to go down that route again with Hernandez. The Patriots thought they could "fix" him and remove him from that element. They were wrong for thinking that, sure. But there's no way they would have signed a huge contract with him if they had ANY idea of how bad it really was. They got rid of better players than that for less.
 
2013-10-02 03:37:29 PM

WinoRhino: The Muthaship: They new before they drafted him.  Hernandez dropped way down the board because of his past.  It was no secret.

The guy had had a history and dropped in the draft, that much is true. But really... you're ACTUALLY suggesting the Patriots knew he was a murderer and gave him a contract? Because that's how you're coming off. I mean, you can backpedal when someone calls you on it and say you were just talking about his pre-draft college behavior and the letter he wrote to them before the 2010 draft. But that nullifies your point entirely because a bar fight and wild behavior in college isn't multiple homicide. Not even close. So unless you present some evidence that the Patriots knew he was a murderous psychopath when they gave him a contract, you look silly.


I think they knew there were "questions" and they didn't really want the answers to them.   By all accounts the Patriots WERE getting ready to cut/trade Hernandez befor ehis arrst, but only because his on field behavior during practice had become increasingly erratic.  I have wondered if the Pat's signing of Tebow wasn;t precisely because they wanted to see if whatever he did at FL to keep Hernandez on a leash would work for them too because they were so thin at his position.
 
2013-10-02 03:37:33 PM

Sin_City_Superhero: Also...He may have been a tight-end in the NFL. Not so much in the Big House...


He's an enormous rich jacked psychopath.  I don't think he's going to on the receiving end of prison troubles.
 
2013-10-02 03:40:07 PM

Sin_City_Superhero: Any chance he'll get away with this, and write a book detailing how he would've done it had he done it, before getting arrested years later for armed robbery in a Las Vegas hotel room? Cause that'd be pretty sweet.


Plot line for The Hangover IV right there.
 
2013-10-02 03:41:35 PM

Magorn: I have wondered if the Pat's signing of Tebow wasn;t precisely because they wanted to see if whatever he did at FL to keep Hernandez on a leash would work for them too because they were so thin at his position.


The Blind Side II?
 
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