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  • #46
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    Originally Posted by awfullyquiet :
    The problem is, no one tells anyone they're wrong anymore. The reaction that 'it's a fair thing to do' and 'it's okay what these people did' and 'c'mon it was just a joke', is as morally reprehensible as the act itself. Because the people who think it's okay to do that kind of ****, are likely to do that kind of ****.

    ******* hooligans.

    i don't care if mckelvin has more money than bill gates, it doesn't make it right. quit ******* rationalizing on their behalf.
    I couldn't agree with this more
    Me too, or me 3 in this case.

    I'm sure the Buffalo cops would have told him he was wrong, but this is the kind of thing requiring him to be caught in the act. Vandalism is juvenile & wussy cowardly. There are hundreds of venues online & sports radio, sports bars, etc. where he could vent (& just as anonymously too) other than mindless property destruction.

    Yes Leodis effed up bigtime, but how does this punishment fit the crime?

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    • #47
      Originally posted by Vikes99ej View Post
      Maybe this will teach him to hold onto the ball. The NFL is not a league for nice, friendly emotions and sentiments. Win or you'll get hell.
      This logic doesn't make sense to me. Any act vandalism or violence, no matter the degree, caused by losing a game is just stupid. It's not passion, it's just an excuse to act like an idiot.

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      • #48
        If Bills fans want to get back at him, just boo the **** out of him next game. It's not normal to go ruin and vandalize someone else's property.

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        • #49
          Originally posted by Paul View Post
          This logic doesn't make sense to me. Any act vandalism or violence, no matter the degree, caused by losing a game is just stupid. It's not passion, it's just an excuse to act like an idiot.
          I'm not saying it was the right thing to do, but this stuff will happen in the league if you don't perform up to expectations, or even make one small mistake. It sucks that it happened, but everyone should have seen it coming. Obsessed fans like the ones in Buffalo usually don't give a **** about the emotions about players, even there own in some occasions. It's win, win, win, or GTFO.


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          • #50
            Originally posted by awfullyquiet View Post
            The problem is, no one tells anyone they're wrong anymore. The reaction that 'it's a fair thing to do' and 'it's okay what these people did' and 'c'mon it was just a joke', is as morally reprehensible as the act itself. Because the people who think it's okay to do that kind of ****, are likely to do that kind of ****.

            ******* hooligans.

            i don't care if mckelvin has more money than bill gates, it doesn't make it right. quit ******* rationalizing on their behalf.
            I'm not rationalizing, I just don't care very much. Honestly it's a lawn. I don't know the guy. I suspect the guy himself doesn't consider it as big a deal as many in the media are saying. Because it's a lawn.

            Obviously I don't approve and consider whoever did it a complete douche, but that's all.

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            • #51
              Originally posted by Vikes99ej View Post
              I'm not saying it was the right thing to do,
              but before
              Maybe this will teach him to hold onto the ball. The NFL is not a league for nice, friendly emotions and sentiments. Win or you'll get hell.
              If we assume teaching him to hold onto the ball is a good and necessary act, then these statements are

              CONTRADICTORY :O

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              • #52
                Originally posted by The Unseen View Post
                but before


                If we assume teaching him to hold onto the ball is a good and necessary act, then these statements are

                CONTRADICTORY :O
                Whatever, this **** happens to kids during Homecoming Week. It sucks, but no one got raped or killed.


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                • #53
                  Originally posted by CC.SD View Post
                  I'm not rationalizing, I just don't care very much. Honestly it's a lawn. I don't know the guy. I suspect the guy himself doesn't consider it as big a deal as many in the media are saying. Because it's a lawn.

                  Obviously I don't approve and consider whoever did it a complete douche, but that's all.
                  This.

                  Of course, I am not promoting vandalism as a way to make a point, but it isn't really that huge of a deal in my opinion. A dumbass fan vandalizes a lawn and people are sympathizing with the millionaire who made a terrible mistake? There have been much worse things that have happened in the history of international sports than a front lawn vandalization.

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                  • #54
                    maybe some kids just fumbled some bleach on his lawn, and couldnt recover it before it all ran out. he should be able to relate

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                    • #55
                      Some of y'all are idiots.

                      There is nothing right about doing this, no excuse. The severity of the act doesn't make it right or wrong, and neither does McKelvin's financial position.
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                      • #56
                        Originally posted by CC.SD View Post
                        I'm not rationalizing, I just don't care very much. Honestly it's a lawn. I don't know the guy. I suspect the guy himself doesn't consider it as big a deal as many in the media are saying. Because it's a lawn.

                        Obviously I don't approve and consider whoever did it a complete douche, but that's all.
                        Originally posted by d34ng3l021 View Post
                        This.

                        Of course, I am not promoting vandalism as a way to make a point, but it isn't really that huge of a deal in my opinion. A dumbass fan vandalizes a lawn and people are sympathizing with the millionaire who made a terrible mistake? There have been much worse things that have happened in the history of international sports than a front lawn vandalization.
                        Do you guys really think people are mad about the 10 minutes it'll take to clean up the spray paint? Come on now. Read the actual posts before making assumptions. The point of some of us are trying to make is, you don't go around vandalizing other people's property, especially there homes, no matter the degree, over something so trivial. Then pass that off as showing "passion" for your team. Please, that's complete bull****.

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                        • #57
                          Originally posted by d34ng3l021 View Post
                          This.

                          Of course, I am not promoting vandalism as a way to make a point, but it isn't really that huge of a deal in my opinion. A dumbass fan vandalizes a lawn and people are sympathizing with the millionaire who made a terrible mistake? There have been much worse things that have happened in the history of international sports than a front lawn vandalization.
                          you say terrible mistake like 'people died' because of mckelvins actions.
                          that'd be a terrible mistake.

                          this is a 'game'. leave what happens in the game, in the game. trash talk on twitter. get angry with your friends at a bar.

                          suppose you go to a a bar, accidentally steal guys beer, and that guy, instead of saying, hey man, that was real dickish of you, just goes into the parking lot and keys your car. you made a mistake, you knocked over some guys beer, your car is just incidental right? that's what you're saying. right? that this kind of petty **** isn't a big deal. right?
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                          • #58
                            The fact that you all try to justify this stupid act by using his financial situation as an excuse is ********.

                            I would love for one of those idiot fans to run into a home in Texas and try to do something like that. He would leave in a body bag.

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                            • #59
                              lets vandalize everyones home everytime sometimes does something wrong in their job. Obviously no one else besides McKelvin ever made a mistake, thats why he has to pay. everyone else is perfect

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                              • #60
                                Originally posted by *** Ork Wang View Post
                                lets vandalize everyones home everytime sometimes does something wrong in their job. Obviously no one else besides McKelvin ever made a mistake, thats why he has to pay. everyone else is perfect


                                This man is!


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