Big Sexy had the seats next to mine for several of the games last year. I tried to ask him a few questions about the line play without bothering him too much. I probably bothered him less than I would have an anonymous fan sitting next to me because I know that former athletes have to put up that stuff more than they should have to.
He's a really nice guy, I'm sure you didn't bother him.
While on live TV, Ford used a vulgar term to describe a private part of the female anatomy, adding that he was “happily married” and “got more than enough to eat at home.”
the creepy part isn't that you see athletes...they are people and are out and about. the creepy thing is posting on a message board where, they were, who they were, with, what they were eating, what color their shoes were, etc. that is FREAKIN WAY WEIRD GUYS!!!! Just let them be and enjoy what they do on the court/field and let them have their normal time otherwise.
That's it exactly. Especially when you don't mention whether they're wearing a hoodie or not.
Rep for you if I could--but out!
Of course, when I get published, feel free to post about seeing me anywhere--it only helps sell books!
It is specifically against site rules to create a new user account (or, I don't know, several) after being banned without getting it approved first. There's not even a stick for him to get the short end of.
So CyBer wasn't HerkyKiller? If he was HerkyKiller, why was he allowed to make 10,000 some posts as CyBer using this same site rule?
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