Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by KontradictioN, Apr 3, 2008.
Pick one. :rocker:
EDIT: Whoops. This belongs in the main forum. Could a moderator hook a brotha up?
Starve Big Vince for a week and throw him in a cell with Big V, then check back a week later to see how things are going.
Sir, you have to stick with the list.
Really, I should have put an "other" option but where is the fun in that?
Sentence him to Death Row! Give him 20 years in prison getting butt pleasured then execute him. Take his remains and cremate them, ground his bones into a powder then vaporize it into nothing!
lol j/k i think everyone is overeacting just a little. I wouldnt mind if he got sued though.
Shouldn't this be in the regular forum?
And I quote...
I say give him and TomASSe to the fans in the parking lot at Gillete,and let the fans have their way.
How about smashing his fingers with a hammer, after all he does like playing golf and using a camera. Sweet revenge that keeps on giving.
Same thing for TomASSe, after all he needs his fingers to type. Or stuff his face with a Triple by-pass Burger. :rocker:
KontradictioN, shouldn't this be wasting space on the main board rather than the draft forum?
AND I QUOTE FOR THE SECOND TIME:
Sorry you take life so seriously SamBamsFan and don't like to have a little fun with a thread once in a while. I'm sure the ladies love you.
He should be made to be a caddy and greenskeeper at Bushwood...
And shouldn't this be in the main forum??:bricks:
I'd say tar him
John Adams Style (HBO show...)
I feel as if public stoning has gone out of fashion
bring it back
walk him around Gillette with fans armed with anything they want
batteries, ninja stars, rifles, live animals, anything goes.
How good of an opening day would that be?
I think the poll options are a little extreme.
I would just set him on fire and delete my peeing man so he wouldn't be tempted to try to put it out.
How about not sicking ex-FBI agents on him or making threats to sue him and let him come forward and speak with whatever he has or doesn't have so that this whole matter can be put to bed one way or another. Or is that too reasonable? If you're a "no" on that, my follow up question is what are you afraid of then?
How about some proof of the crap you're spewing? Ex FBI agents? Let's see a link.
And they are threatening to sue him if he stole something that wasn't his. Stealing is still a crime, no?
Why hasn't he said anything yet? What's he afraid to say and why? You don't just make a libelous statement and not back it up. He's not under any confidentiality agreement so what'st the problem?
Not a thing. I don't wish ill things to happen to anyone. I just want him to go away, especially if he has nothing more than exaggerated crap. If he has something, I want it to come out and be dealt with in accord with what dignity we can still salvage as a team.
So why didn't you originally put this on the main page.
Note: I am the only sick individual who picked kill his family in front of him.
"Kill his wife and child in front of his eyes".
Come on, guy. That crossed a line, even if the others didn't.
Here's the link. http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=3248267
Here's the relevant part:
"Walsh's attorney said his trust of the NFL is an issue after learning that a league security officer and former FBI agent, Dick Farley, had interviewed two of Walsh's former co-workers at a Cape Cod golf course in Massachusetts. Walsh, 31, has been an assistant golf pro at several courses in New England and Arizona since leaving the Patriots. He currently works at a course on Maui.
"Sending a former FBI agent to investigate his professional and personal life has not left Mr. Walsh feeling confident that the National Football League simply wants to encourage him to come forward with whatever information he has,'' Levy said."
Read much beyond this board? If not, that might explain your Bizzaro World world view where the Pats are always the victims. Who's spewing crap now?
On the stealing point, I could also link you to an article by Peter King (normally a Pats homer) who printed a letter recently from another guy in pro sports videotaping who said that it's normal practice for most video guys to have a good bit of the work they've done on tape at home. Does that make it right, you make the call, but either way, it doesn't sound like Walsh is that abnormal for having the tape among those in his profession.....
How about taping conversations with your boss does that sound normal to you. I don't think the Commonwealth and the federal government think so. Theft is the least of Walsh's worries.
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