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Old 03-24-2008, 11:56 PM   #41
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Old 03-25-2008, 03:30 AM   #42
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Sorry, I just figured everyone would know that already since it was the very start of the article. I was arguing with Madden, not you.
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Old 03-25-2008, 05:02 AM   #43
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I think it is what it is and time to move on ced will be somewhere else next year.
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I think it is what it is and time to move on ced will be somewhere else next year.
Thankfully there are people in this country that donlt just "move on" when they see a wrong being done. "It is what it is" is a lazy persons excuse invented so one does not have to admit that their icons are tarnished or their sense of normalcy is flawed.

"It is what it is", in this case, is tantamount to covering your ears and clinching your eyes shut real tight so you don't have to be an adult and deal with the stark reality and real impact of this situation.

It is actually fear that motivates you to ignore the situation. Fear that seeing it to the end will result in you having to admit that you look up to some people that might not be such great human beings. Fear that this time around, fairness and the right thing could cost your football team a cornerstone of its defense.


"It is what it is" is your way of saying, I wish I could make this never have happeneded and i hope if I ignore it, it'll all go away.

You have a low life scumbag woman beater still hanging around your team's locker room and you accept it because you want to root for a winning football team from your Lazy-Boy chair.

\I have an ounce of respec for those that understand the situation and have some concrete reasons as to why they feel things are being handled properly. But to say "It is what it is" is downright pathetic and cowardly.
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Thankfully there are people in this country that donlt just "move on" when they see a wrong being done. "It is what it is" is a lazy persons excuse invented so one does not have to admit that their icons are tarnished or their sense of normalcy is flawed.

"It is what it is", in this case, is tantamount to covering your ears and clinching your eyes shut real tight so you don't have to be an adult and deal with the stark reality and real impact of this situation.

It is actually fear that motivates you to ignore the situation. Fear that seeing it to the end will result in you having to admit that you look up to some people that might not be such great human beings. Fear that this time around, fairness and the right thing could cost your football team a cornerstone of its defense.


"It is what it is" is your way of saying, I wish I could make this never have happeneded and i hope if I ignore it, it'll all go away.

You have a low life scumbag woman beater still hanging around your team's locker room and you accept it because you want to root for a winning football team from your Lazy-Boy chair.

\I have an ounce of respec for those that understand the situation and have some concrete reasons as to why they feel things are being handled properly. But to say "It is what it is" is downright pathetic and cowardly.
everyone is entitled to an opinion and to say that it is pathetic and cowardly is wrong it is an opinion.
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everyone is entitled to an opinion and to say that it is pathetic and cowardly is wrong it is an opinion.
Well, in my opinion, to support the firing of one woman beater and ask that people ignore and stop highlighting the same crimes and retention of another womam beater because he happens to be of more value to a sports team is a very pathetic and cowardly act.

To not take the owner of the team to task for publically condoning violence against women and openly depicting an organizational double standard, is equally pathetic and cowardly.

No one, to my knowledge is asking anyone to disavow the Steelers. No one is asking anyone for more than recognition of the situation.

But to ask people to move on is cowardly and pathetic.
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Well, in my opinion, to support the firing of one woman beater and ask that people ignore and stop highlighting the same crimes and retention of another womam beater because he happens to be of more value to a sports team is a very pathetic and cowardly act.

To not take the owner of the team to task for publically condoning violence against women and openly depicting an organizational double standard, is equally pathetic and cowardly.

No one, to my knowledge is asking anyone to disavow the Steelers. No one is asking anyone for more than recognition of the situation.

But to ask people to move on is cowardly and pathetic.

Evedently you are taking my post wrong what cedric done was wrong.What I am getting at is cedric done wrong and was released by the steelers.People talk about not releasing silver back for the same thing.It is time for wilson to move on.
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