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    RE: Packer in trouble for sexual assault

    I've actually noticed that wearing my Musky Hunter shirt in bars after fishing has generated a throng of ladies wanting to hear about my angling adventures. When they see you are an athlete, they just want to be around you, they lose their regular inhibitions about risky behaviour and then sometimes feel betrayed by their thirst for immediate gratification later. I can't tell you how many wake up that next morning and you can see the look on their face that says, "I can't believe I did this--what the heck was I thinking??" Then, the remorse sets in, they don't know what they are going to tell their husbands and boyfriends...and so they make up some whopper. Then, it's us poor athletes who suffer. My question is, "When these women want to keep throwing themselves at us, how many times do we have to say "no thank-you" before realizing they just can't help themselves?

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    RE: Packer in trouble for sexual assault

    >we actually model the golf swing to kari webb ... she has a
    >fantastic swing and great posture.

    I'll need to pat attention to her swing.

    We like Stricker and a couple of the Korean girls. One plane, straight back, straight through. Stricker's short iron play is a sight to behold, and the Korean girls are machines with the hybrids and fairway woods.

    Kevin

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    RE: Packer in trouble for sexual assault

    >> Doesn't brains and ethics go hand in hand with
    >>highly paid athletes? }(
    >
    >They do! For instance...
    >
    >That Tiger Woods guy...wait..sled can fill you in on how he
    >wants his boys to grow up to be like Tiger. hehehehehe. I'm
    >sure that stuff is archived on one of these sites.
    >Marvin Harrison...crap.
    >Mark McGwire? Doh!!
    >OJ? Still lookin' for the real killers...
    >Pacman Jones is trying to make it rain.
    >hmmm...Denny McClain's last conviction was 14 years ago.
    >
    >Sort of weird when Jose Canseco was vilified when his first
    >book came out but now he might look like one of the pro
    >athletes past or present who actually has a moral compass.
    >


    Moral compass? If you believe he did this to clear his conscious or accomplish anything but make money you better dig your head out of the sand. Just because a lot of what he said was right in no way means he has a moral compass. Also for people who said Canseco was always right, try reading the book, like I did. He claims in his book to have run a 3.7 second 40 yard dash with a torn ACL. The guy is a blowhard who was desperate for money so he ratted on his buddies, no morality about it.

    Also we never hear about the good ones. The ones who DONT cheat on their wives or on their respective games, all we hear about are when someone does something stupid. Did Joe Sakic ever get any attention when he would donate a million dollars at a time to local charities anonymously? No. Don't get me wrong, lots of these guys feel like their entitled and can do anything they want and are jerks. But more of them than not are humble down to earth people with extraordinary abilities and talents, so don't lump them all into 1 category,

    Thanks for the Canseco line, I will be laughing for days about that one!

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    RE: Packer in trouble for sexual assault

    >I've actually noticed that wearing my Musky Hunter shirt in
    >bars after fishing has generated a throng of ladies wanting to
    >hear about my angling adventures. When they see you are an
    >athlete, they just want to be around you, they lose their
    >regular inhibitions about risky behaviour and then sometimes
    >feel betrayed by their thirst for immediate gratification
    >later. I can't tell you how many wake up that next morning and
    >you can see the look on their face that says, "I can't
    >believe I did this--what the heck was I thinking??" Then,
    >the remorse sets in, they don't know what they are going to
    >tell their husbands and boyfriends...and so they make up some
    >whopper. Then, it's us poor athletes who suffer. My question
    >is, "When these women want to keep throwing themselves at
    >us, how many times do we have to say "no thank-you"
    >before realizing they just can't help themselves?

    Now that's funny. I don't care who you are.



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    RE: Packer in trouble for sexual assault

    <no wonder Favre wanted to get out of town!

    Yeah, he went to a town where they don't sexully assault women in a hotel, they do it on a boat where it belongs.:P

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    RE: Packer in trouble for sexual assault

    Actually I can kind of understand this happening in the Dells......what better place...... with the excitement of moccasins and rubber spears around you at every corner.

    And do I have to remind everyone again that this is the youngest team in the NFL???

    So there's that........:+

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    RE: Packer in trouble for sexual assault

    >with the excitement of
    >moccasins and rubber spears around you at every corner.

    Hehehehe. Good one.

    Kevin

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