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Old 06-14-2011, 06:44 PM   #27
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Default Re: A little weed costs us a Super Bowl

Originally Posted by thumper View Post
The biggest criminals on the planet are never arrested or charged
for any crimes. That's what makes them "the biggest" because they
are so deep in it, they are safe. Just because a family is safe from
scrutiny because they are so high up in the establishment hardly
proves their angle-like profiles. Next you will tell me the Rockefellers
and Rothchilds haven't executed some of the largest crimes against
all of humanity. After all, they were never arrested for anything. Come
to think of it, the largest mass murderers in the history of mankind
were never charged with a crime either. So, hey, that's all the proof
we need. Stalin was a saint.

It's already been prove the Rooney control all the local press. You won't
find any dirt on them, because no media outlets will report on any even
if it existed. I don't believe they are still acting within the mob, but you
won't read anything about that part of their past in the Post Gazzete any
time soon.
You're a flaming idiot, calling Art Rooney a mobster!

Just for the record, I've probably forgot more about the mob than you'll ever know. I'm quite aware of how Rooney often had to associate with people of questionable repute doing business in the world of boxing and horse racing. In order to get things done I'm sure there were times he had to get his hands slightly muddy.

But the fact is he always managed to stay on the right side of the law, no arrests and no suggestion of wrongdoing by people who could have profited by his downfall.

and more to the point Rooney was known for his loyalty to his faith,, his family, his friends, and his team. He didn't betray any of them ever!

You're man Stonio betrayed ever member of that team more than once.

And oh yeah, we also missed the playoffs 2 out of the 4 seasons your Mr. wonderfull was on the team. so I'm having a hard time believing that he was the difference maker you make him out to be.
"A man's got to know his limitations."

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