Discussion in 'NFL Football Forum' started by thenepatsrule, Jan 9, 2012.
Hopefully he is fine and returns home safe and sound
So he can sexually assault more young girls?
For what his charges are he should be missing....forever.
I mean should we feel sorry for this Pedophile?
While we are at it,lets hire Jerry Sandusky as our Babysitter
that never occured to me or other 34 people who read this thread before you......may his body be found at the bottom of a rivine.... happy?????????
i dont agree with what he did to those girls...............i was thinking abt his dad when i posted the thread........
And I, and I suspect the vast majority of posters, are with you on this. He's suffered plenty as a parent already, for sure.
With all the things to be hoping for in this world, the safe return of a missing pedophile is not at the top of my list. Sorry.
This is going to be an all-time great thread. :rocker:
Doesn't look good....
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When I read the title of the thread, I thought, how sad, thinking it was a kid. Then I opened it and saw what this "kid" is and my immediate reaction was one expressed by others, i.e., can't really say I feel bad that he is missing. Then I saw Deus' post which indicates the worst for a family that has probably already gone through a lot with this person and I thought, chalk it up to 2 things: 1) you never really know what goes on in other people's lives; and 2) I'm not going to complain so much when I get home and my 4 kids need help with their homework.
Oh no, all of Green Bay is a tither because Quagmire is missing.
Perhaps the parents of those young daughters might 'have had a part' in this?
I know I would have,had it been my kids.
I was about to be all like, "Oh, noes!" Then I read up on the case. As much as I feel horrible for the parents, good riddance to him.
It already is!
Kontra, where you been hiding? This board is better when you are active!
I felt sad for the dad when I watched that vintage Jeffery Dahmer interview on MSNBC a few weeks ago when dad was by his side in the prison interview room for the network, but I couldn't help but wish Jeff had been beaten to death long before those killings took place and before he was wiped out in prison.
They just reported on 98.5 that his body was just pulled from a river.
My heartfelt sympathies to the family in this time of grief.
Update: son was found dead. This is very, very sad regardless of his history. Please be respectful, folks.
Quagmire isn't a kid didler, that Herbert's role.
Was he respectful of his victims?
That's a matter of opinion.
Again, as a dad, I feel terrible for the parents' loss. I'll leave it at that.
Not to be insensitive, but why do we respect the dead so much and not the living? This guy if he lived will never earn anyone's respect, but because he is dead one is supposed to be respectful. It does my head in.
If those were your daughters Tune,I don't think you would be shedding tears.
Its always easy to see things differently on the outside world.
One less scumbag,one less problem for today's innocent children.
This thread isn't about Mr. Philbin the son and convict who apparently served his time. It's about the Packers O.C. who just lost his son.
So I feel sad for the parents who conceived the scumbag....if thats what this thread is all about....then I get it.
I think that it's time to close this thread before it gets out of hand.
I'm kind of amazed by the comments here referencing someone nobody knows anything about other than through a news report that he was convicted of something two years ago and did a few months time for it. For all anyone knows he was rehabilitated and straightened out, but the knee-jerk vigilante sentiment here is that he should die for it. Great.
The "respect" I called for was in that spirit and directed toward those affected by the kid's untimely death -- notably his family. I doubt they wanted him dead.
And so goes my 10,000th post.
Another poster asked why we always say "respect the dead" and I agree with him as well. If a person did not deserve respect in life, then he/she shouldn't be shown respect in death either.
But if this coach were my friend, I'd respectfully attend his son's wake out of respect for my friend, not his son.
That's the way this stuff is supposed to work anyway.
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