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Manican
09-03-2005, 04:08 PM
Do you have a picture of the interview? I doubt a running back of such high status would agree to an interview with a college student that runs an unofficial Dolphins website.

byroan
09-03-2005, 04:12 PM
Do you have a picture of the interview? I doubt a running back of such high status would agree to an interview with a college student that runs an unofficial Dolphins website.

You always have something smart to say don't you.

http://ronniebrown23.com/ssp/links

Dolfan984
09-03-2005, 04:15 PM
Do you have a picture of the interview? I doubt a running back of such high status would agree to an interview with a college student that runs an unofficial Dolphins website.

Um, you do know that we're THE best Dolphins website and one of the best team sites for any sport in the entire world?!?

Ronnie Brown is a good guy, it would be sick if he did come here and even lurk.

SSnowman
09-03-2005, 04:16 PM
Do you have a picture of the interview? I doubt a running back of such high status would agree to an interview with a college student that runs an unofficial Dolphins website.

What a negative thing to say.

Jt0323
09-03-2005, 04:17 PM
Do you have a picture of the interview? I doubt a running back of such high status would agree to an interview with a college student that runs an unofficial Dolphins website.

this is is one of the biggest fan sits around, its very popular site and im sure some miami dolphins players who use a computer visits the site now and then

Manican
09-03-2005, 04:19 PM
You always have something smart to say don't you.

http://ronniebrown23.com/ssp/links

Alright, where's the picture?

I don't doubt that Finheaven is the best Dolphins website around, and they had to put atleast one Dolphins fansite on there. But Ronnie Brown is still a number 2 overall draft choice. And Andrew Tatum is still a college student that is not even close to being a credible journalist, yet. Though he is getting there.

Ronnie Brown sitting down for an interview with AJ is kind of like Ronnie Brown sitting down with an interview for a season ticketholder. He just doesn't have the time to do that with all of them.

Every response in this interview I've seen in other interviews on various websites (ESPN.com, Foxsports.com, etc.). Until I see a picture, I have to assume cut and paste works wonders.

Jt0323
09-03-2005, 04:24 PM
Alright, where's the picture?

I don't doubt that Finheaven is the best Dolphins website around, and they had to put atleast one Dolphins fansite on there. But Ronnie Brown is still a number 2 overall draft choice. And Andrew Tatum is still a college student that is not even close to being a credible journalist, yet. Though he is getting there.

Ronnie Brown sitting down for an interview with AJ is kind of like Ronnie Brown sitting down with an interview for a season ticketholder. He just doesn't have the time to do that with all of them.

Every response in this interview I've seen in other interviews on various websites (ESPN.com, Foxsports.com, etc.). Until I see a picture, I have to assume cut and paste works wonders.

name one person u know who started as site by scratch at the age of 15 and have it bee this successful? if u dont belive the interview then thats ur problem

P4E
09-03-2005, 04:24 PM
Do you have a picture of the interview? I doubt a running back of such high status would agree to an interview with a college student that runs an unofficial Dolphins website.

Any college student who wants to run an unofficial Dolphins website could have one up by tomorrow morning, but that's not what this is. This is FinHeaven, jack***.

If you're having trouble grasping the distinction, ask yourself wtf you're doing here. And given that you're so ignorant as to struggle with such things and then think it appropriate to accuse the respected owner of this site of lying... maybe you should head out the door. We'll still have 10,000 other members, -- and the respect of people like, say...

Ronnie Brown.

Dolfan984
09-03-2005, 04:27 PM
Any college student who wants to run an unofficial Dolphins website could have one up by tomorrow morning, but that's not what this is. This is FinHeaven, jackass.

If you're having trouble grasping the distinction, ask yourself wtf you're doing here. And given that you're so ignorant as to struggle with such things and then think it appropriate to accuse the respected owner of this site of lying... maybe you should head out the door. We'll still have 10,000 other members, -- and the respect of people like, say...

Ronnie Brown.



:clap:

Manican
09-03-2005, 04:28 PM
name one person u know who started as site by scratch at the age of 15 and have it bee this successful? if u dont belive the interview then thats ur problem

The guy that used to run www.chillspot.net (http://www.chillspot.net) before he sold it.

His name was Dan Schepis, he started the site when he was 14 and by the age of 17 he was making over $80,000 a year from it. He recently sold the domain a little over a year ago for almost $200,000. Not sure what the new owner did with it. Dan Schepis, however, was in the newspaper several times not only locally where he lived (Quakertown, Pennsylvania), but nationally.

Unscarred
09-03-2005, 04:29 PM
Do you have a picture of the interview? I doubt a running back of such high status would agree to an interview with a college student that runs an unofficial Dolphins website.You just dug yourself a DEEP hole attacking the founder of this site. You might as well tuck your tail between your legs and run now because your about to take a beating God can't fix.

Manican
09-03-2005, 04:30 PM
Any college student who wants to run an unofficial Dolphins website could have one up by tomorrow morning, but that's not what this is. This is FinHeaven, jackass.

If you're having trouble grasping the distinction, ask yourself wtf you're doing here. And given that you're so ignorant as to struggle with such things and then think it appropriate to accuse the respected owner of this site of lying... maybe you should head out the door. We'll still have 10,000 other members, -- and the respect of people like, say...

Ronnie Brown.

Buddy, on the internet it's reversed. You're guilty until proven innocent. What I am asking for is some sort of proof. Maybe Ronnie Brown wearing a Finheaven shirt, or even a simple picture of Ronnie Brown sitting down with AJ.

When I get that, I will give Andrew Tatum my deepest apology.

Dolfan984
09-03-2005, 04:31 PM
Buddy, on the internet it's reversed. You're guilty until proven innocent. What I am asking for is some sort of proof. Maybe Ronnie Brown wearing a Finheaven shirt, or even a simply picture of Ronnie Brown sitting down with AJ.

When I get that, I will give Andrew Tatum my deepest apology.

Oh my god do you really think AJ is just going to put a fake interview up just to trick us?

Seriously, just bounce.

RWhitney014
09-03-2005, 04:32 PM
Alright, where's the picture?

I don't doubt that Finheaven is the best Dolphins website around, and they had to put atleast one Dolphins fansite on there. But Ronnie Brown is still a number 2 overall draft choice. And Andrew Tatum is still a college student that is not even close to being a credible journalist, yet. Though he is getting there.

Ronnie Brown sitting down for an interview with AJ is kind of like Ronnie Brown sitting down with an interview for a season ticketholder. He just doesn't have the time to do that with all of them.

Every response in this interview I've seen in other interviews on various websites (ESPN.com, Foxsports.com, etc.). Until I see a picture, I have to assume cut and paste works wonders.

According to your profile, you say you are a sportswriter. I found you as a recap writer on footballguys.com, a site with 275 members.

You are making libelous accusations here, you realize? You're accusing the owner/webmaster of this site of plagiarism. If he wanted to, he could easily ban you from his site (as you are using his work) or even press charges. So I would put some sugar on your seemingly sour grapes and watch what you're saying.

Dolfan984
09-03-2005, 04:34 PM
According to your profile, you say you are a sportswriter. I found you as a recap writer on footballguys.com, a site with 275 members.

You are making libelous accusations here, you realize? You're accusing the owner/webmaster of this site of plagiarism. If he wanted to, he could easily ban you from his site (as you are using his work) or even press charges. So I would put some sugar on your seemingly sour grapes and watch what you're saying.

Sounds like jealousy to me.

Manican
09-03-2005, 04:34 PM
According to your profile, you say you are a sportswriter. I found you as a recap writer on footballguys.com, a site with 275 members.

You are making libelous accusations here, you realize? You're accusing the owner/webmaster of this site of plagiarism. If he wanted to, he could easily ban you from his site (as you are using his work) or even press charges. So I would put some sugar on your seemingly sour grapes and watch what you're saying.

First of all, I am no longer a writer for Footballguys.com.

Secondly, how am I using his work?

Manican
09-03-2005, 04:35 PM
Oh my god do you really think AJ is just going to put a fake interview up just to trick us?

Seriously, just bounce.

No, but I have seen many aspiring journalists do things similar to that to give them more credibility.

Manican
09-03-2005, 04:40 PM
I tell you what, if I get a picture of Ronnie Brown with Andrew Tatum doing an interview. I will personally send Andrew Tatum $100 through paypal.

RWhitney014
09-03-2005, 04:40 PM
First of all, I am no longer a writer for Footballguys.com.

Secondly, how am I using his work?

This site is entirely his work. The fact that you are on this site and taking the liberty to post is using his work. We all are. I wouldn't be insulting it like you just did.

I've been reading some of your previous posts and found some gems. Like when you said that you like hurricanes and the only people who die are the ones who live in cardboard houses. Or when you said that d-day got all his pictures in the Ladies Lounge from some site, that they weren't his own (like we all thought he was taking them himself). Or when byroan was appointed moderator, you posted something that merited this response:

Hey, if you have an issue with this selection, PM it to one of us personally. This isnt a thread to determine whether he's in or not, he's ALREADY IN. So if you feel like questioning our decision-making, do it via PM to an admin. - Finheaven Staff

What have you contributed to this site other than malice since you've been here? (sorry about the italics, it's not going back to regular font)

P4E
09-03-2005, 04:40 PM
Buddy, on the internet it's reversed. You're guilty until proven innocent. What I am asking for is some sort of proof. Maybe Ronnie Brown wearing a Finheaven shirt, or even a simple picture of Ronnie Brown sitting down with AJ.

When I get that, I will give Andrew Tatum my deepest apology.

You have a woefully distorted perception of your own significance. We couldn't care less about your apology, your moronic insinuations and your opinion. You're irrelevant.

Everyone with an IQ over 12 and a modicum of judgment knows this is legit and understands why Ronnie would be kind enough to talk with FinHeaven's readership. If you find yourself in a state of doubt and uncertainty, it's fine by us to leave you there and let others recognize reality for what it is.

Phinnhedd
09-03-2005, 04:40 PM
is aj an aspiring journalist trying to gain recognition or credibility? i dont think that aj needs to gain anymore credibility, he already has 10000 members that stand behind him. so what other motives would be behind him to try to trick us?

Manican
09-03-2005, 04:45 PM
No sense in debating this anymore. Because as it has been stated before, arguing on the internet is kind of like running in the Special Olympics. Even if you win, you're still ******ed.

Phinnhedd
09-03-2005, 04:45 PM
just answer the question, what does he have to prove to anyone, he is already successful. he has no reason to fake an interview.

Unscarred
09-03-2005, 04:46 PM
No sense in debating this anymore. Because as it has been stated before, arguing on the internet is kind of like running in the Special Olympics. Even if you win, you're still ******ed.You finally took my advice!

RWhitney014
09-03-2005, 04:47 PM
No sense in debating this anymore. Because as it has been stated before, arguing on the internet is kind of like running in the Special Olympics. Even if you win, you're still ******ed.

And you end it with a very classy knock on the Special Olympics after not responding to anything anyone has said, because you know you were wrong and defeated. Do yourself a favor and split.

I'm done. I'm sorry if I offended anyone else with anything I said or stepped onto any ground I shouldn't have, which I certainly didn't intend to do.

Manican
09-03-2005, 04:48 PM
And you end it with a very classy knock on the Special Olympics after not responding to anything anyone has said, because you know you were wrong and defeated. Do yourself a favor and split.

I'm done. I'm sorry if I offended anyone else with anything I said or stepped onto any ground I shouldn't have, which I certainly didn't intend to do.

What are you talking about? I gave a response to every post in this thread that was directed at me. I'm sorry if they weren't the responses you wanted.

TerryTate
09-03-2005, 04:49 PM
Hey APA, feel free to e-mail Todd France and ask him if this is real or not.

Jt0323
09-03-2005, 04:50 PM
No sense in debating this anymore. Because as it has been stated before, arguing on the internet is kind of like running in the Special Olympics. Even if you win, you're still ******ed.

thats wrong dude

Manican
09-03-2005, 04:51 PM
Hey APA, feel free to e-mail Todd France and ask him if this is real or not.

How would I go about getting Todd France's real e-mail address? And why would he respond to someone like me? Or anybody on this site for that matter.

P4E
09-03-2005, 04:52 PM
No sense in debating this anymore. Because as it has been stated before, arguing on the internet is kind of like running in the Special Olympics. Even if you win, you're still ******ed.

Let's see...

You've wrongfully insulted this site's founder and now you're insulting people with disabilities. Such judgment... such character... such a sense of perspective you have, bud. Who raised you?

You're done in this thread. If you have further issues with the site, its founder, or the interview with Ronnie, take it up in questions and complaints.

Or you could just leave. Think about it, -- would you?

dolphinfan2k5
09-03-2005, 04:52 PM
No sense in debating this anymore. Because as it has been stated before, arguing on the internet is kind of like running in the Special Olympics. Even if you win, you're still ******ed.

You are sick :yell:

TerryTate
09-03-2005, 04:54 PM
http://www.ronniebrown23.com/ssp/inquiries That's to contact the webmaster, maybe he'll give you the e-mail or he may know the answer to your question. I'm not going to help you any more than that, especially since you have been far from kind to us. Ronnie's representatives would take issue if we made this up, being that he has a link to our site in his link sections.

chambers#1
09-03-2005, 04:55 PM
Good job. :hi5:

Muck
09-03-2005, 04:59 PM
Do you have a picture of the interview? I doubt a running back of such high status would agree to an interview with a college student that runs an unofficial Dolphins website.

Feel free to contact any of Ronnie's reps for confirmation.

I'm sure you have all the contact numbers and email right at your fingertips, being that you are a respected sports journalist and all. :)

DrAstroZoom
09-03-2005, 05:15 PM
BTW ... I can vouch for the interview's authenticity. It took months of negotiations to get done. That's all I'll say for now.

njfinfan
09-03-2005, 05:18 PM
First of all, I am no longer a writer for Footballguys.com.

Secondly, how am I using his work?

Andrew has used his own resources, while going to college, to develop and keep this site running, with a VERY nominal contribution from its members who love the Dolphins and finheaven.com.

I think you should put your tail between your legs and go away now little boy. You should be ashamed of yourself accusing him of wrongdoing of any kind.

RWhitney014
09-03-2005, 05:19 PM
Feel free to contact any of Ronnie's reps for confirmation.

I'm sure you have all the contact numbers and email right at your fingertips, being that you are a respected sports journalist and all. :)

Wait a second, Muck. How can we be sure that this guy really is a sports journalist? After all, his profile only says so. It's not like we've seen any pictures of it or anything.

Jt0323
09-03-2005, 05:20 PM
Wait a second, Muck. How can we be sure that this guy really is a sports journalist? After all, his profile only says so. It's not like we've seen any pictures of it or anything.
:lol:

ohall
09-03-2005, 05:25 PM
Any college student who wants to run an unofficial Dolphins website could have one up by tomorrow morning, but that's not what this is. This is FinHeaven, jackass.

If you're having trouble grasping the distinction, ask yourself wtf you're doing here. And given that you're so ignorant as to struggle with such things and then think it appropriate to accuse the respected owner of this site of lying... maybe you should head out the door. We'll still have 10,000 other members, -- and the respect of people like, say...

Ronnie Brown.

I know where you are coming from, but no site can just throw away ppl.

FinHeaven is GREAT, no doubt, but it is not an island P4.

And for the record I can't believe anyone in their right mind would think such a popular site would have to make stuff like this up!

RWhitney014
09-03-2005, 05:30 PM
I know where you are coming from, but no site can just throw away ppl.

FinHeaven is GREAT, no doubt, but it is not an island P4.

And for the record I can't believe anyone in their right mind would think such a popular site would have to make stuff like this up!

It can if someone commits libel against the site, which this guy did in saying that he doesn't believe this interview is true and that he's seen all of these answers on the Internet before. If the site or any of its constituents can prove that the interview is true, that is a suable offense. Not that any of us is going to go that far.

MikeO
09-03-2005, 05:31 PM
Buddy, on the internet it's reversed. You're guilty until proven innocent. What I am asking for is some sort of proof. Maybe Ronnie Brown wearing a Finheaven shirt, or even a simple picture of Ronnie Brown sitting down with AJ.

When I get that, I will give Andrew Tatum my deepest apology.

what if he did the interview over the phone? Need a picture then?

ohall
09-03-2005, 05:31 PM
It can if someone commits libel against the site, which this guy did in saying that he doesn't believe this interview is true and that he's seen all of these answers on the Internet before. If the site or any of its constituents can prove that the interview is true, that is a suable offense. Not that any of us is going to go that far.

I'm not defending this person, so relax!

RWhitney014
09-03-2005, 05:34 PM
I'm not defending this person, so relax!

I know, and I am relaxed, I'm just pointing it out. I'm sure you've seen worse than what I said in the Political forum. :)

ohall
09-03-2005, 05:36 PM
I know, and I am relaxed, I'm just pointing it out. I'm sure you've seen worse than what I said in the Political forum. :)

Been a part of a few in there as well.

lol

Peace.

RWhitney014
09-03-2005, 05:38 PM
Been a part of a few in there as well.

lol

Peace.

Can I point something out to you without you getting pissed? Your statement says you are a Dolphins fan, not a players fan, and then your avatar is McMike. Always struck me as odd. ;)

MikeO
09-03-2005, 05:41 PM
Not that any of us is going to go that far.

Uhhhhhhhhh, there are a lot of wackos out there who take this "fan-site" stuff seriously. WHO WILL GO THAT FAR ON SOMETHING!!

It is about a different topic and I wont go into details, those who know the story know it. But lets just say there are a bunch of wackos out there who do take this stuff a little too seriously.

ohall
09-03-2005, 05:52 PM
Can I point something out to you without you getting pissed? Your statement says you are a Dolphins fan, not a players fan, and then your avatar is McMike. Always struck me as odd. ;)

Only because I made it myself. It is not any deeper than that.

And why would I get pissed?

lol

FinHeavenAJ
09-03-2005, 07:40 PM
First and foremost, I would like to thank everyone on the site and in this thread for "sticking up for me."

As for anyone that doubts the validity of this interview, I have been working with three people from Ronnie's agency to get this done. If it came down to it, I am sure that I can get some type of proof from his agency. Furthermore, Mr. Sportswriter in my profile, if you really were a sports reporter or anything, you would know how to get contact information for Ronnie's agency and you would know who to speak to.

But let me just say this, why would I go through the process and submit a false interview? Why would I put my credit and the site's credit on the line? Why would I do ANYTHING like that... or anything close to that. It just doesn't make sense. I've been doing a Miami Dolphins website since '96 and have been working on gaining credibility since. It's one of the hardest thing ever.

Alright - I'm done.

Wildbill3
09-03-2005, 07:43 PM
First and foremost, I would like to thank everyone on the site and in this thread for "sticking up for me."

As for anyone that doubts the validity of this interview, I have been working with three people from Ronnie's agency to get this done. If it came down to it, I am sure that I can get some type of proof from his agency. Furthermore, Mr. Sportswriter in my profile, if you really were a sports reporter or anything, you would know how to get contact information for Ronnie's agency and you would know who to speak to.

But let me just say this, why would I go through the process and submit a false interview? Why would I put my credit and the site's credit on the line? Why would I do ANYTHING like that... or anything close to that. It just doesn't make sense. I've been doing a Miami Dolphins website since '96 and have been working on gaining credibility since. It's one of the hardest thing ever.

Alright - I'm done.:yeahthat:

fin-atic
09-03-2005, 07:55 PM
Do not underestimate the power of Fineheaven. I have met AJ and I can tell you he is an honest stright up guy. He woudl nto pull such a sham. He may only be a college student but is that so bad?

Press is press, and no one on the internet reaches more Fin fans daily than Finehaven.
AJ deserves better than this puke.
BAN!

Jt0323
09-03-2005, 08:05 PM
another thing, if AJ made this up then he would of had ronnie brown say he visits the site every day or something like that... anyway nice interview aj

LtDan
09-03-2005, 08:23 PM
I mean hell, this time last year, Ronnie was a college student. So basically everything he did was with college students!!

SuperDuperFan
09-03-2005, 09:02 PM
Im a journalist as well. This person who questions the validity of the interview can no way be a journalist or know anything about journalism. The main reason is because if a false interview was posted on a popular website like this it would scream LAWSUIT. In journalism you cannot make up stories or interviews. If you were really a journalist you would know that, and would not question the authenticity.

Secondly, it is not impossible to get interviews with people. Athletes, actors, singers, etc., all hire people called publicists whose sole jobs are to get them exposure. An interview like this believe it or not (and if your a journalist you should already know this) does a lot for ronnie brown and his career. Publicity helps get his name out there, and can lead to more popularity, endorsements, etc.

And what does anything have to do with the interviewer being in college? When I worked for my college paper I was able to interview several big name actors and actreeses....pretty much for the same reasons I just talked about. And FinsHeaven isnt exactly a college paper bro...there are thousands of members. Dont you think Ronnie may have wanted to just do something for the fans.

Get over yourself and find something better to do than to question a hard working person's credibility. I dont know the person who runs this site, but I can tell a lot of work goes into it. And basically he does it so we can get good stories like a ronnie brown interview, not so people like you can complain.

King Nate
09-03-2005, 09:08 PM
I think Finheaven interviewing Ronnie Brown is freakin' awesome! Way to go, AJ and the rest of the staff that made it happen!

jbond
09-04-2005, 05:30 AM
APA....you're an idiot imho. AJ and others have been invited before to special functions at the dolphin's office as the FO is understanding the power of the internet. (One of the things to come out of that is we can copy/post articles while giving reference to the original article without "fear" etc.). I haven't had the pleasure to meet AJ or many people on here but I've been on here for a couple of years and although I don't post 100 times a day I do read daily almost every day. I have seen, read, heard and verified more things on here then you could count. And to that extent, the mods on here (howdy all) do an EXCELLENT job of trying to maintain control and keep rumors and other crap to a minimum. To say a mod or the founder of this site out of the blue just starts to make up interviews after already having an inside track to the organization while the site is commonly quoted or referenced by major news organizations....is ridiculous. If you need a polaroid to make you feel warm and fuzzy.....AJ if you got it don't give it to him :)

unifiedtheory
09-04-2005, 05:39 AM
First and foremost, I would like to thank everyone on the site and in this thread for "sticking up for me."

As for anyone that doubts the validity of this interview, I have been working with three people from Ronnie's agency to get this done. If it came down to it, I am sure that I can get some type of proof from his agency. Furthermore, Mr. Sportswriter in my profile, if you really were a sports reporter or anything, you would know how to get contact information for Ronnie's agency and you would know who to speak to.

But let me just say this, why would I go through the process and submit a false interview? Why would I put my credit and the site's credit on the line? Why would I do ANYTHING like that... or anything close to that. It just doesn't make sense. I've been doing a Miami Dolphins website since '96 and have been working on gaining credibility since. It's one of the hardest thing ever.

Alright - I'm done.

Well said A.J.

The dude who started this thread should give his head a good long shake...right before he gets a ban.

While I don't know A.J. from Adam I do have an idea how much hard work went into starting, updating and maintaining this site. Unless you are in the web design/development field you have NO IDEA how much work goes into even a primitive web site...let alone a site that is as up to date and relevent as this one.

I know the first thing I thought of when I saw "Ronnie Brown sits down with Finheaven" was "DAMN...WHAT A COUP!...TOO SWEET!" I sure the hell know I did'nt think "That's a scam".

I think it is too cool that we (I say we because I feel like I am a small part of this community) are able to interview players and hear their views. Being able to sit down and talk with one of the future cornerstones of the franchise is f***ing STELLAR!!!!

Why would A.J. risk ALL his hard work, and the name and reputation of Finheaven by publishing a fake interview? It would make zero sense.

njfinfan
09-04-2005, 05:42 AM
Well said A.J.

The dude who started this thread should give his head a good long shake...right before he gets a ban.

While I don't know A.J. from Adam I do have an idea how much hard work went into starting, updating and maintaining this site. Unless you are in the web design/development field you have NO IDEA how much work goes into even a primitive web site...let alone a site that is as up to date and relevent as this one.

I know the first thing I thought of when I saw "Ronnie Brown sits down with Finheaven" was "DAMN...WHAT A COUP!...TOO SWEET!" I sure the hell know I did'nt think "That's a scam".

I think it is too cool that we (I say we because I feel like I am a small part of this community) are able to interview players and hear their views. Being able to sit down and talk with one of the future cornerstones of the franchise is f***ing STELLAR!!!!

Why would A.J. risk ALL his hard work, and the name and reputation of Finheaven by publishing a fake interview? It would make zero sense.


Also, very well said.

FIN-IN-RI
09-04-2005, 11:10 AM
Do not underestimate the power of Fineheaven. I have met AJ and I can tell you he is an honest stright up guy. He woudl nto pull such a sham. He may only be a college student but is that so bad?

Press is press, and no one on the internet reaches more Fin fans daily than Finehaven.
AJ deserves better than this puke.
BAN!

:tsk:

Name calling is not allowed here on FinHeaven.. You have been reported, twice.

cnc66
09-04-2005, 11:31 AM
I think AJ should contact Ronnie and get a picture just to call the 100.00 dollar bluff. Turn around and donate it to the recovery effort. In this manner, Ronnie can help AJ help needy Americans.... and we get to say haha and gloat(does this make me bad ?)... Thanks AJ, I really appreciate being a part of your family.

RWhitney014
09-04-2005, 11:41 AM
I think AJ should contact Ronnie and get a picture just to call the 100.00 dollar bluff. Turn around and donate it to the recovery effort. In this manner, Ronnie can help AJ help needy Americans.... and we get to say haha and gloat(does this make me bad ?)... Thanks AJ, I really appreciate being a part of your family.

:lol:

phins17
09-04-2005, 12:25 PM
AJ nice response.

gofins
09-04-2005, 09:05 PM
First and foremost, I would like to thank everyone on the site and in this thread for "sticking up for me."

As for anyone that doubts the validity of this interview, I have been working with three people from Ronnie's agency to get this done. If it came down to it, I am sure that I can get some type of proof from his agency. Furthermore, Mr. Sportswriter in my profile, if you really were a sports reporter or anything, you would know how to get contact information for Ronnie's agency and you would know who to speak to.

But let me just say this, why would I go through the process and submit a false interview? Why would I put my credit and the site's credit on the line? Why would I do ANYTHING like that... or anything close to that. It just doesn't make sense. I've been doing a Miami Dolphins website since '96 and have been working on gaining credibility since. It's one of the hardest thing ever.

Alright - I'm done.
:stupid: :eek:

Section126
09-05-2005, 06:16 PM
Who cares anyway...I am with Jim mandich in this instance....Interviews suck.

I say...shut up and play football.

njfinfan
09-05-2005, 07:31 PM
Who cares anyway...I am with Jim mandich in this instance....Interviews suck.

I say...shut up and play football.

Many people care about this particular interview.

cnc66
09-05-2005, 07:34 PM
Do you have a picture of the interview? I doubt a running back of such high status would agree to an interview with a college student that runs an unofficial Dolphins website.


this calls for a CAGE MATCH :evil:

unifiedtheory
09-05-2005, 08:11 PM
this calls for a CAGE MATCH :evil:

:lol: