Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by waving monkey, Mar 20, 2017.
Now that would seriously trouble me.
that is a terrible thing to say to someone that could be your Father
I am reasonable and I disagree.......she struck him twice.......if you want to excuse that because she doesn't have ***** seems unreasonable to me.......assault is assault
We have people getting expelled from college and losing their jobs over tweets and you want to brush of actual violence......that is sexist to me
Probably......just giving my price......we already have EE but in the 4th or later I can't pass up that talent
Belicheat will draft him early and he will be lauded and praised for giving the young man a second chance.
She screwed with the wrong dude and she paid a heavy price. I guess she never was told To keep your hands to yourself. If she would have followed that rule we would not be discussing this. Hopefully going forward she has learned her lesson, you don't attack someone and expect nothing to happen. It's pretty simple actually.
I find him hard to pass on with pick 60.
The Cowboys would then have the two best backs in football and one can take their tops off while the other one slaps them silly.
I can see the similarities. But Blount did get punished. He didn't get off Scott free.
Be that as it may, my new candidate to take him in the first round: The Las Vegas Raiders!
you live in a different then I rags
I didn't think he was contrite two years ago either, but he went through his punishment and seemed ok since. I don't think any man should put their hands on a woman, but if a woman happens to strike a man, especially one that they don't know, it is not unreasonable to expect to get struck back. Most gentlemen would not, but dealing with someone you don't know, you should know it definitely could happen.
Namby pamby is the phrase you are looking for.
Were you taught to keep your hands to yourself as a kid? If yes then we are on the same page.
I think I read awhile before this second encounter was caught on video, several witnesses said she punch edhim square in face inside the bar. A big scrap with mutiple people (men) nearly ensued but was nipped at the bud. That was why there was short fuse. Not excusing it, but I think thats what I read.
Cant say I know for sure what happened prior to video though.
Mixon said she blew cigarette smoke right in his face earlier outside and that is why he went up to her in the restaurant
I believe in charity and goodness. I know in today's world that might sound naive or even punk in this generation.
This is a sports forum not a class on morals and ethics but if I out gun a women and she slaps me I walk away.
Thats my generation and the way my generation were raised. This" I got the power and if you hit me I'll bury you"
is a thug world and I want no part of it. It's a compassionless closed off life. I'll stay punk.
no so many levels this is a snapshot of American culture today
Doesn't make any sense.
He also claimed that she called him a racial slur which was reported by witnesses as never happening.
He also said he felt like he was hit by a man.
He's lied throughout the process.
I don't have a problem with a man striking back at a woman if she hits first.
And the law has no problem with it either.
There was a case in the Bronx about this happening. A man was being harassed by 3 women. He finally insulted one of them back and turned to walk away and the woman, with a high heel shoe in her hand, smacked him in the face with the shoe. The man turned around and overhand smacked the crap out of her.
Many people were for the female because the man was 6'6" tall (former baseball player) and he had turned around to smack her as well as the ole 'a man should never hit a woman under any circumstances.'
Fortunately, the law believes differently and the DA dropped the charges once he saw the video of what happened.
Amelia Molitor's shove did not constitute assault according to the laws of Oklahoma. Once Mixon feigns a punch, Molitor has the right to defend herself which includes slapping Molitor. The law is very clear about this and it's not about some stupid theory that a man should never hit a woman under any circumstances. A man has a right to hit a woman in self defense, but that wasn't the case for Mixon. He was the aggressor, the feigned punch could have been considered attempted assault and the sequence of events on the video prompted the DA to press charges.