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Discuss another brillian NFL player at the Non Wrestling Talk within the Wrestling Talk Forums; Typical NFL trash. http://msn.foxsports.com/nfl/story/9...harge?MSNHPHMA Why can't these dumb$hits at least apply for a weapons permit? ...
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    Typical NFL trash. http://msn.foxsports.com/nfl/story/9...harge?MSNHPHMA

    Why can't these dumb$hits at least apply for a weapons permit? Why don't the teams start working with the players and apply for gun permits in all the areas they travel rather than go through this over and over. If they are so fearful to go out in public because they have too much bling, maybe leave a necklace or two at home, or try another bright idea, maybe have a bodyguard or don't go out in the first place.

    Hopefully it's a mandatory sentence because these guys deserve to lose what they have "worked" for if they are this freakin stupid.

    On a positive note, at least he didn't shoot himself.

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    I guess he is as "brilliant" as I am.

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    I heart this thread title
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    Quote Originally Posted by JensenS View Post
    I heart this thread title
    Why is that? LOL.....I know, I saw it as soon as I hit post.

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    If he was an average looking white guy sitting in an average looking car...there is no arrest.

    Why did the cops stick their noses in his business in the first place?

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    Actually, in most Southern California cities, if you have three guys, at night, sitting in a car for a while, regardless of color, a cop is likely to come over and start asking questions. What surprises me is that they couldn't come up with answers that didn't lead to a search of their vehicle. As for getting a weapons permit - that is particularly difficult to do in California (unless, of course, you are donating large sums to the Shariff's re-election fund.)
    I thought the title referenced some player's new contract - a brillian dollars over 5 years . . . .

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    lol.... no, a brillian dollars over 5 would be baseball or basketball, the football guys get the shaft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M Richardson View Post
    Actually, in most Southern California cities, if you have three guys, at night,.
    I guess they need to set up "slug lines" like we have in DC/Northern Virginia so that they can pick up one more person and meet the requirements to drive in the HOV lanes.

    In this case, reach the critical mass of having FOUR guys in the car at night and it would be clear sailing!!
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    There are almost 2,000 players in the NFL, of course there are going to be guys getting in trouble.

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