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Should the NFL be disbanded? - May 8, 2010, 03:44 PM

I mean, look at all the violence and crime that surrounds what is basically an entertainment industry. Who should we allow these criminals to make millions and have fame and notoriety while most of them are criminals. Almost every day another NFL player is in the news for murder, rape, drugs, etc.

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May 8, 2010, 04:14 PM

Gonna have to shut down the NBA and MLB as well.
Gotta love the NHL.The only sport where fighting is allowed and you hear the least amount of stories like this.(Avery excluded)

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Why would you shut down a league cause of the troubled players. These same players (in every sport) would still get in trouble in their respective communities, but you wouldn't hear about it because they don't have millions of dollars. Money doesn't stop crime or behavior, it actually fuels it because everybody always wants what another has and doesn't want to work for it.


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while most of them are criminals. Almost every day another NFL player is in the news for murder, rape, drugs, etc.
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Why would you shut down a league cause of the troubled players. These same players (in every sport) would still get in trouble in their respective communities, but you wouldn't hear about it because they don't have millions of dollars. Money doesn't stop crime or behavior, it actually fuels it because everybody always wants what another has and doesn't want to work for it.
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Just like bad cops, just get rid of the bad seeds.
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If they disband the NFL - the Rap industry is next.

I mean, look at all the violence and crime that surrounds what is basically an entertainment industry. Should we allow these criminals to make millions and have fame and notoriety while most of them are criminals. Almost every day another rapper is in the news for murder, rape, drugs, etc.




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Just like bad cops, just get rid of the bad seeds.
You must've taken a cock in the ass lately.

All you do is bitch and moan about LEO's....be a man for the first time in your life.


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Prisons are already overcrowded. Disbanding major sports will only contribute to the problem.


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Prisons are already overcrowded. Disbanding major sports will only contribute to the problem.
No, we just wall up the stadiums to use as prisons and hire the NFL refs and other employees to be guards.
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