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Kindly post any positive Seahawk pics.
And, since we're being "frank", I really think you need to figure out just how easy it is to push your buttons.. Or, "Go Broncos"....!I think you truly need to do some research before you go wrongly assuming on a person or persons you obviously know nothing about.
I'd never bank on the personal virtues of an athlete. OJ, Vick, Hernandez, and a host of other super stars have made bone-head decisions that defy all reason. There's at least one on every team.I don't know who you are talking about, but I seriously doubt ANY Seahawk player does that.
Yes perhaps. But, he's still bragging, bullying, and blustering, alone.In spirit, yes. But I'd say he has at least two idle spectators.
You're right. People deal drugs to make money. Often to buy drugs. Pro. Football players make all the money they need to buy drugs.I don't know who you are talking about, but I seriously doubt ANY Seahawk player does that.
Why don't you check on their website. The same can be said about the broncos or any other pro team. Some players know better , some don't.You're right. People deal drugs to make money. Often to buy drugs. Pro. Football players make all the money they need to buy drugs.
Don't kid yourself. There are members in all pro sports teams that do drugs. Why would the Seahawks be any different?
Some of the images are from google searches, some aren't.Looks like Google Images to me. You'll know when he's pulling stuff from DeviantArt when creepy little ponies with quasi-sexual overtones start showing up in the thread.
Based on the whole Four Horseman of the Apocalypse thing above, I think it goes a bit deeper than fear of a loss. He fears a blowout: If you recall, Revelation details four horses bringing conquest (Manning picking apart the Seattle defense), war (Seattle trying to overcome Denver's defensive line), famine (no offensive production by Seattle), and death (Seattle losing the championship). Given that the riders in the image above are all Seahawks, we can conclude that they, too, will contribute greatly to a Denver win, probably through turnovers.
All in all, he's unwittingly symbolized the utter obliteration of the Seattle Seahawks in tomorrow's game.
I, personally have seen calm people on PCP., I saw one kid that did nothing but stare into a mirror for 3 hours,I especially liked Sherman's rant after the New England game. Oh, man oh man, now there's a real class act.
Come to think of it, I've seen calmer people than that, hopped up on PCP.