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Old 04-09-2006, 07:01 PM   #21
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ok, lets try it again.
I apologize. I went too far and im sorry.
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Old 04-09-2006, 10:55 PM   #22
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then again im not the one who came up with the bizarre list.
gee, thanks.

m. webster was "punch-drunk"
j. gilliam faced cocaine problems for years.
and the 4 from my "list":

the other 4 players listed did die from bizarre circumstances but they were listed to point out that there is nothing conclusive to suggest that any of these deaths were because of steroids. this is the natural assumption of those who dont follow the steelers. they hear another steeler died and automatically assume that it was only the steelers who did steroids back in the day and now they all are paying the price for it.

i think this assumption is pretty bogus. no one on this board has suggested this but ive heard it every time another steeler dies. i think it sucks these deaths happen proportionately higher with the steelers than any other team. at this point i think it is a wierd set of circumstances, and nothing more.

this is unfortunate and i wish ex steelers would quit dying. one common thread might be severe depression. something even t. bradshaw suffers from. it is a very interresting case study.
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ok, lets try it again.
I apologize. I went too far and im sorry.
Ok, lets try it again.
How many times do you have to go "too far" and act like a complete a-hole? It's getting old buddy.
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Ok, lets try it again.
How many times do you have to go "too far" and act like a complete a-hole? It's getting old buddy.

I apologize. you are right. I have been going too far lately. ( See "chink" thread)
I guess its my way of dealing with my own grief, not coincendently it comes out when death is involved. Im sorry I went too far. please forgive me. This is directed to everyone at Steelers Fever.
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I apologize. you are right. I have been going too far lately. ( See "chink" thread)
I guess its my way of dealing with my own grief, not coincendently it comes out when death is involved. Im sorry I went too far. please forgive me. This is directed to everyone at Steelers Fever.
personally, i dont think the intent of 32b4's posts in this thread was to offend or disrespect past steelers or their fans (although it did). more of an attempt to make light of the bizarre and almost unexplainable circumstances that have befallen past steelers players. although the topic wouldve definitely been better "locker room" material, as far as the "what way would you rather go thread", on my part the apology is accepted.
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