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  1. SVN

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    what a hypocrite
    http://www.boston.com/sports/football/patriots/articles/2007/01/16/tomlinsons_mouth_still_running/

    maybe he wants kids to imitate merriman
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    Trying to get in the faces of the people you perceive are "disrespecting" you is hardly a great example to set to the kids either, LT, you tool.
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    That's right kids: Do steroids to get ahead, mock your opponent every time you sack them, disrespect a possible upcoming oppenent by picking against them at halftime even when they're already up by 7, hold a rally and say you're going to punch your opponent in the mouth in the upcoming game and then lead a fan chant proclaiming that the upcoming QB you're about to face sucks, and then talk smack directly to their locker room via a former team mate.

    After doing all of this, whine when you get beat by the team you disrespected when they mock you using your own mocking sack dance. Attempt to attack the person that you see doing the mocking sack dance. Proceed to publicly question the integrity not only of the players on the opposing team, but also their head coach in a media session.

    Continue to whine in the media for the next three days, acting like a sore loser.

    That's right kids, you too can be 'classy'!!
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    Excellent point! I keep saying it, Tomlinson, for all his perceived "classiness," is not very mature or bright. How did he get this reputation for being a model player, anyway?
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    Wonder if he gave Merriman the same speech about being a good role model for kids while Merriman was shooting roids between his toes.
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    That about sums it up, well done. You forgot to add: And while you're doing all these things, don't forget to proclaim to the world that you are "a very classy person."
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    Pure damage control!
    LT's agent/PR people must have had a bad day yesterday!
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    Lawrence Taylor wants to set an example for kids ? He is LT. Not this other guy.
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    Great post. What a freaking tool. Go away, LT...see you next year.
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    That pretty much says it all right there.....time to let them play golf and move on to indy :D

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