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My idea of trust and integrity? Really? 50% of marriages end in divorce, thats a fact. Where is the trust and integrity in that? The truth is, wedding vows don't mean much to people any more. I've got a good friend that's been married 4 times, and he's not even 40 years old.
So don't lecture me on trust and integrity thanks. I live in the real world.
Your friend has a problem.
Your world is full of shit...keep it, it's yours.
You can call married men who cheat "douchebags", but that doesn't change the fact there are allot of married men and women doing it. Probably good friends of yours, and people in your family, that you would never suspect.
Let me underscore the most relevant sentence from the article. "And yet, according to the Journal of Couple and Relationship Therapy, approximately 50 percent married women and 60 percent of married men will have an extramarital affair at some time in their marriage. And since it is unlikely that the people having affairs are married to each other in every case, the current statistics on the percentage of married couples who cheat on each other means that someone is having an affair in nearly 80 percent of marriages."
I want to live in your world where men never cheat. Because that really happens, and thats the reality. LMAO!!!!
Later...I'm done with your idiotic drivel.
Even that I have serious doubts that he will be terminated I most definitely that he should. His affair was more important to him than his wife and family, image of the university and the players he coached to the point that when first confronted he lied. Many of the questions propsoed to investigate are most certainly legitimate. However the question that Long should ask himself how can he represent the university going forward to recruits and their families? Since he is a repeat offender what is the guarentee that he will not put himself first and disrespect the university again?
their fans were slinging some serious crap at the Sugar Bowl. I guess they're deserving of ingesting a little crow.
He won't be dismissed.
They have their best chance since '10 season of winning the SEC and competing for a national title--esp with the return of Knile Davis, a potential Heisman candidate.
Not to mention the fact that they added a couple of Buckeye defensive coaches to their staff as well in Haynes and Johnson.
Too much at stake to sink the ship this early.
He's from Arkansas; so he'll just do like "Slick Willy" Clinton & say: "I did not have Sex with that Woman"!
& the Arkansas Boosters & sec will welcome him back!
Here is my contribution to the whole shinnanigans left behind in his wake
When we were about to play them in the Sugar bowl there fans had alot to say about us as did all the SECbut that's ok we all make mistakes. And what don't come out in the wash will come out in the rinse! !! You never know what the other people around you are doing worry about yourselves ......
I need a 2xl
"Any board that would ban 3yds is worthless"
Typical for a hillbilly.... looks like she has had good dental work though....pass me a beer...
Yes they can, but not before making her and her lawyer rich (and possibly his wife's divorce lawyer). EVERYBODY--the State, the University, the Coach--is going to pay. It may not all be disclosed (confidential settlements and all), but this is template for a sexual harassment/discrimination case.
On the other hand, this is AR and the SEC. Petrino wins FB games. So the likely public outcome is suspension for some games and a cash settlement (undisclosed) to which the State, University, & coach contribute.
Certainly AR knew what it was buying when it hired him--a coach with major character flaws.
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Hhhmmm.... Sounds like another guy from AR.
Now, where is that blue dress?
"Don't keep your honey where you make your money"
Every Black "Playa" ever.....
Nope bobby doesn't like to play it safe. Skin to skin, with an overdose of plan B
Too logical, too obvious, too simple, therefore unacceptable to this board...
I was always told never fish off the company pier.
Hey a$$hole, we all know people cheat, we don't expect the world to be perfect. We are only laughing because they got caught. Example Tiger woods, its the way you get caught. Petrino knows he can't take his co-worker/ screw buddy on a joy-ride. Especially on a motocycle, the cover up is always worse than the crime. Am not saying am holier than thou or he should have kept it in his pants or atleast in his office. Even though Arkansas is not an elite program, he is still a public figure, there more you have to lose the more discreet you have to be. Like the Great TP said "Everybody kills people" lol.. Jkn.
Never said there weren't douchebags. Doesn't mean because a lot of people choose to be douchebags means its suddenly not douchebag behavior.
"The only thing That Team Up North will be tasting this year is the salty tears of defeat" - UFM
Is it my imagination, or doesn't he resemble the sleazy Kellys at ND and Oregon after they've ranted up and down the sidelines?
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