- 06/23/2012, 07:52AM ET
HighwayCrossingFrog said 06/23, 07:52 AM
im going with 45 out of 48, being a bigger deal..
So lebron has one ring out of 10attempts,
and we are ready to proclaim him the next messiah?
people forget that he lost to an "ok" mavs last year..
and with cleveland, he lost to an "ok" opponent..
not just lost, but swept..
One out of 10 is not the stuff of legends..
it was virtually improbable that lebron would get a ring at some point..
lets wait till he gets 5 rings before calling him the next virgin mary..
Not to mention his road to the finals was cake..
you like sucky sucky indiana?
or a boston team, with a vanishing ray allen?
It saddens me..
the only way teams can compete vs miami,
is to clumpp superstars together, just like the nutsackers heat team..
Chris paul could have been our "luke skywalker", rescuing us from this evil empire..
now the universe is In serious jeapordy,
cause of david stern..
In my eyes, there must be an 85% asterisk here..
Fasten your seatbelts folks..
heat have a 5 year period of potential championships..
Help me chris obi one kanobe paul..
you are our only hope..
get to the lakers..
cause howard wont
W_A_M_U? said 06/23, 03:24 PM
So you are comparing Lebron to a very sick and troubled so-called person? Although monster would be a better word. Anyway to compare those two is just senseless.
You say one out of ten is not stuff of legends. While that is true Lebron just got his first ring in his ninth season. Where exactly does one out of ten come into play? You are a year off.
And the Heats road to the Finals was cake? Even though Miami became the first team in NBA history to be down in three different series and still win it all? They were down at one point to Indiana, Boston and OKC. Their road was not as you say "cake" otherwise they would have swept everyone. So I have to disagee with you on that one.
While Lebron couldn't get that elusive ring on his own...at least he has one now, right?
I don't get your Chris Paul comment, what does he have to do with the Miami Heat or the Finals for that matter? Any reason you finished your first agrument with Chris Paul and the L.A. Lakers? Wasn't expecting that one.
Good luck HCF
HighwayCrossingFrog said 06/23, 05:21 PM
The purpose of the title was to inform people vital info..
even the joker has method to his madness..
I wasnt expecting anyone to argue the sandusky angle..
That and I like to say controversial things..
45 out of 48 is a big deal..
its always noice to see american justice prevail..
i just hope they put him in a cell,
where he gets a guy completely insane,
who makes sandusky his beei_atch..
and the crazy comes up with unnimaginable ways to torture him..
and if we are lucky, the guards do a shawshank redemption, on this loser..
And paternos ghost comes back and starts doing poltergeist shee_iat..
I want the perfect storm..
i want the perfect hell..
i want perfect justice for this.. This.. HORROR!!!
everyone is held accountable for their actions..
Since im a theist, someone that believes in god, but no afterlife..
i want sandusky to pay for his sins PRONTO..
suicide would make me angry.. Its too light and painless..
i want it all..
curse be thy name sandusky,
you shall have no soul,
you shall not rise from the depths,
YOU SHALL BE CONSIDERED AN ABOMINATION!!!!!
W_A_M_U? said 06/24, 01:03 PM
Wow HCF what are you talking about? I am still waiting for your vital info though, whatever that may be. And of course nobody would or could argue that Sandusky is in angle. Fact of the matter is Sandusky is the devil. Although I say instead of letting that sick b/@/s/t/@/rd rot in prison save the tax payers some money and just shoot him. He doesn't deserve to live. Then that sick monster will be gone once and for all. And he can go to where he truly belongs, which is hell.
And you mentioned JoePa. I would think he is smiling down on Happy Valley after Sandusky got his just reward though. This Sandusky thing isn't over yet. I wonder what punishment former Penn State president Graham Spanier will get? Also Tim Curley will have to face the music as well. Although I am not sure when they will go on trial. I think it's sometime this summer.
One person that has alot of soul searching to do is Dottie Sandusky though. Living with that monster all these years I can't help but think what could be going through her mind now that her husband has been found guilty. Talk about living in denial.
HighwayCrossingFrog said 06/25, 02:44 AM
I think my fantasy is better..
shooting him is too quick..
REAL justice must prevail..
let him suffer..
great use of tax payers money in my eyes..
plus it creates jobs, good for employment, good foreconomy..
W_A_M_U? said 06/25, 09:10 AM
No, your sick fantasy is not better. Trust me that monster will now suffer every moment for the rest of his misearble life.
And you are off your rocker if you think keeping him alive in prison is a good way to spend tax payers money. Wait a minute, do you even pay taxes yourself with a comment like that?
Keeping Jerry Sandusky alive is in no way creatings jobs, good for employment (ya gotta be kidding right??) or good for the economy. You have not answered anything I have asked you for our TD here so I don't expect anything to change.
I was hoping you would have addressed some of the things you said in this TD HCF. Like what exactly do CP3 or the Lakers have to do with the Miami Heat or the Finals for that matter? Or how you said LeBron is now one out of ten even though he just finished his ninth year in the NBA.
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