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My ex Browns, two Harbaughs brothers, and complicit to murderer Ray Lewis for the next two weeks on every sports channel that I turn on. Just kill me please. Can't wait till the Super Bowl is over. Go Bucks
I guess your life sucks for the next 2 weeks lol! Go Niners!!!
I'll take the less of three evils, Ted Ginn getting a Super Bowl ring. Go Bucks
and whitner.... and boone..... and grant!
(... and manningham and bowman... but we'll ignore that part too)
This post was edited by slimkid 15 months ago
Fat, drunk, and stupid is no way to go through life, son.
-- Dean Wormer
My guess - 49rs by 3.5
We will all soon be berated with the annoying phrase "Harbowl".
I just can't believe the Ravens got to a SB without Greg Mattison!!! LOL
Calling Ray Lewis a murderer is a bit extreme. If anything, he ran off with the guys that did the murdering, but it's not the same thing.
Not a bad guess....
You need to look up the word complicit. Ray might of not been the one to kill anyone but was right there with them when they did it and had them get into a vehicle afterwards and leave the scene. He sure didn't stay and render any aid to the guys that were dying. Wake up brother. Go Bucks.
So being complicit to a murder = you are a murderer? Not looking for a silly argument on this, just voicing a concern for the label on the man.
To be complicit in a murder case would be to imply that he helped plan or had knowledge and went along with it. To merely be present and not render aid does not make one complicit.
Yeah having two Harbaugh's coach is kinda gross. But at least Jim is coaching SF and not scUM. Ray Lewis is gross too, but at least for me it's not New England (I still am pissed they screwed my favorite team 1A the St.Louis Rams in the SB, Spygate is BS and they should be forced to vacate the SB to the Rams) or Pissburgh (and their rapist of a QB).
Really, Baltimore VS SF is OK with me. I'd rather see SF than a southern team in Atlanta, and any AFC team except Pissburgh is better than NE.
Plus SF has lotsa Buckeyes, so I gotta pull for SF!
This post was edited by shoeview 15 months ago
1. He never said he was a murderer. In fact, complicit was used since the first post (unless OP was edited, not sure on iPhone).
2. In response to tsmith, being complicit does not require that he had knowledge of or helped plan the crime. Simply, that he either had knowledge of after the fact and failed to report (the obstruction of justice plea he later admitted to) OR either directly or indirectly aiding the accused (allowing the suspects to get in his limo and flee the scene of a crime)
3. It's all moot since they were acquitted regardless of what really happened
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by marketman 15 months ago
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