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    The Krafts owning the Herald!!

    :rofl: Just imagine Geraldine Callahan working for the Krafts!! :rofl:
    No wonder Geraldine was out of control and hysterical in her rantings this morning on EEI with co-host Denise.
    She's scared sh!tless!! :D
    And you know Tomasse would be in trouble. The Kraft's demand a certain level of personal hygeine from their employees
    Johnny wouldn't pass the smell test!! :nono:
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    It's interesting to note the (lack of) comments by readers on these sites to stories like this that question the credibility of these allegations, while other stories that hint of impropriety by the Patriots generate a ton of comments. The Sporting News story above and another about the lawsuit that included an ex Rams player being dropped both had zero comments - not a single one. Three other stories - "Will Spygate cover-up prove worse than the crime?", "Goodell seeking harsher penalties for spying" and "NFL, Walsh close to deal on Spygate material" combined for 101 comments.

    The difference is more startling on the four letter network's website. "NFL, Walsh closing in on deal to discuss taping on Spygate" has generated 2,607 comments, most of which are by haters assuming the outcome anc calling for BB to be banished and three Lombardi's to be forfeited, etc. In contrast, "Rams player, fans to withdraw lawsuit regarding Pats taping" has generated five - count 'em, five! - comments.

    It's also worth noting that of all the various mainstream media outlets, not a single one has picked up the story about Walsh run in the Globe yesterday - which certainly put Walsh's character and integrity in question. As far as I know, only ProFootballTalk has even commented on the story.
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    Re: The Krafts owning the Herald!!


    Cute ending.

    Why would it be so different for Kraft to take the H****d
    in a bankruptcy settlement, forced by the lost lawsuit ?
    ... when a Boston newspaper already owns The Olde Towne Team (or is it the other way around?).

    That would be one fine way to send T****e into his deserved oblivion.
    But why is such a shmuck worth that effort?
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    Re: The Krafts owning the Herald!!

    What age are you? Are you like 15? Holy ****.
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    Re: The Krafts owning the Herald!!

    :rofl:
    Return of the Vallely Girl????
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    Just shows there are more Pats haters out there than lovers....
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    Re: The Krafts owning the Herald!!

    Is that you, Hector?
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