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The Confessor
01-10-2006, 07:12 AM
I have already posted this before, but here is a little more too the story. THis is from Sportsline. I can understand, I usually pat down friends before they enter my house also..

http://www.sportsline.com/nfl/story/9146213/2

cnc66
01-10-2006, 07:22 AM
wow, three to nuttin' ol' Mikey goin' down....

Motion
01-10-2006, 07:28 AM
wow, three to nuttin' ol' Mikey goin' down....

Big surprise! :goof:

OurHeartAndSoul
01-10-2006, 01:28 PM
F**k that guy who wrote this article. Did anybody actually see the interview he did with Stuart Scott on sportscenter? Drug addiction is a big problem in his family, which why he patted down his friend. And when he did it was just a friendly hug in which he indiscretely patted him and found the pipe. He put it in his car as he obviously didn't want around the house. While driving with his wife he was pulled over for speeding later on and forgot that it was there. When Stu asked why he would associate himself with this kind of people he said those that are near and dear to him have always had problems with this kind of problem, and he felt that because God helped him get through his problem he owed to those he cares about to help them as well.

Nappy Roots
01-10-2006, 01:32 PM
F**k that guy who wrote this article. Did anybody actually see the interview he did with Stuart Scott on sportscenter? Drug addiction is a big problem in his family, which why he patted down his friend. And when he did it was just a friendly hug in which he indiscretely patted him and found the pipe. He put it in his car as he obviously didn't want around the house. While driving with his wife he was pulled over for speeding later on and forgot that it was there. When Stu asked why he would associate himself with this kind of people he said those that are near and dear to him have always had problems with this kind of problem, and he felt that because God helped him get through his problem he owed to those he cares about to help them as well.


:yeahthat:

Pinrod33
01-10-2006, 02:02 PM
It's weed. Not Liquid Cocaine in a syringe. Yea, yea I know they're all the same, all illegal. But put things into perspective, marijuana is no worse than alcohol, and it's not like he was sitting in his car, puffing away with his wife. It was sitting in his car not being used. I hope for his own conscience and guilt, that his story is real. But if you ask me, that's a bogus azz story. I just don't think weed is that big of a deal. It's harmless, unless you abuse it....which the same can be said about chocolate or anything else that we like but shouldn't have too much of.

Nappy Roots
01-10-2006, 02:08 PM
It's weed. Not Liquid Cocaine in a syringe. Yea, yea I know they're all the same, all illegal. But put things into perspective, marijuana is no worse than alcohol, and it's not like he was sitting in his car, puffing away with his wife. It was sitting in his car not being used. I hope for his own conscience and guilt, that his story is real. But if you ask me, that's a bogus azz story. I just don't think weed is that big of a deal. It's harmless, unless you abuse it....which the same can be said about chocolate or anything else that we like but shouldn't have too much of.


hahaha, while i agree with your point. they found a crack pipe, not a weed pipe.

BigDogsHunt
01-10-2006, 03:05 PM
HAHA...why is this in the draft forum?

PhinSoldia
01-10-2006, 03:08 PM
HAHA...why is this in the draft forum?

are we drafting Micheal Irvin????damn he is gonna be gone before the 16th

The Confessor
01-10-2006, 03:11 PM
Gotta talk to the Moderaters guys. I dont pick em (the forum that is) I just writes them

finswin56
01-10-2006, 05:24 PM
All I know is that I miss Sterling Sharpe on that show.
I am glad he is back w/ ESPN doing color for some games, though.

Jimmy James
01-10-2006, 05:44 PM
All I know is that I miss Sterling Sharpe on that show.
I am glad he is back w/ ESPN doing color for some games, though.

:yeahthat: times 1,000,000

He's back with ESPN? They should definitely throw Irvin under a bus and give him a huge role. I was actually pulling for ESPN to replace Irvin with Deion because I was so desperate for them to get rid of Irvin, but I can now just say give all the work to Sterling and screw both of them.

finswin56
01-10-2006, 05:55 PM
:yeahthat: times 1,000,000

He's back with ESPN? They should definitely throw Irvin under a bus and give him a huge role. I was actually pulling for ESPN to replace Irvin with Deion because I was so desperate for them to get rid of Irvin, but I can now just say give all the work to Sterling and screw both of them.Yeah, he's back, and IMO, doing a very nice job as the color guy.

finfansince72
01-10-2006, 07:15 PM
All I know is that I miss Sterling Sharpe on that show.
I am glad he is back w/ ESPN doing color for some games, though.

Sterling is really good, a million times better than Irvin. Irvin is just terrible on TV, I really dont care a lot about whats going on in his personal life I just can't listen to his nonsense on TV. He really isn't very knowledgable about the game and he blatantly supports 'his' guys, IE his friends still in the league. He should be fired for being a lousy analyst.

dolphan117
01-10-2006, 10:07 PM
His personal problems aside I just cant stand to listen to him. He might even be worse than Deion Sanders.