Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by DisgruntledTunaFan, Jul 10, 2008.
Read the bolded print at the end.
Consider the source:
It's funny that all the people like this don't think that there could be bad karma in constantly publicly wishing a knee injury on somebody who's never done anything to them other than win football games.
yeah.....Karma is a *****...its going to come back hard on these idiots....
Gotta love those philly sports guys
He's just some blogger. Why waste your time with some guy with an opinion and a web site?
Exactly. We act like this is only guy wishing harm on Brady. I bet at least 50 percent of all football fans want to see him go down.
It would be awesome if "The Happening" really ocurred in Philadelphia.
That would be something....then we wouldn't have to worry about any cenial senators.....
M. Night Shyamalan sux.
What does it have do with ahole eagles fans??
Read the plot synopsis.
Still the only thing I see that has anything to do with football and/or the eagles is that Mark Wahlberg is in it and he played Vince Papalli in the movie about the Eagles public tryout.
You can't be serious.
I think we're needlessly over-reacting here folks. First, it's a blogger, not the Eagles' beat writer, and it's with the #3 paper in the area. Second, from reading the comments and 'about' link, this is not a serious writer, but is a guy who writes humorous and sarcastic columns (though apparently not too well.) Though the Brady comments are out of line, he is hardly the first to say words to that effect. Third, even though Welker's comments are true, he really should have kept them private. I'm actually surprised that the Philly media and fans didn't make a bigger deal of what he said; I imagine that's due to the cynicsm in the area that has gone for a while without a championship.
I am serious what does this have to do with football?
That all Philly writers and fans should kill themselves. It has nothing to do with football. It was a joke. You know? Ha...ha?
those were supposed to be philly fans and writers in the synopsis?
Separate names with a comma.