Discussion in 'NFL Zone' started by CowboysFanSince88, Jul 31, 2013.
Can't find it on any forum on this site
There have been two deleted already becacuse of links posted to the video.. which contains language that's inappropriate according to the rules of this site.
That team is crumbling fast.
God I love it!
Geez, how could he even show up to practice the next day.
Look on the bright side, Riley, at least there are no black players on the eagles...oh wait...
I posted a thread in the NLF Zone asking that no threads containing the actual video of Cooper's comments be posted. Any links that pertain to the subject matter which do not link to the idiots comments are certainly acceptable. I think that reasonable discussion of the incident is certainly OK.
yes seriously. Based on the music and television content 24 year olds gravitate towards these days, this and other offensive words are used freely. I'm not talking 60+ yr olds.
I agree with this
Yup, that's the same way a black guy would say it if he was in a altercation at a large event. It wasn't said in hateful way,
Guys, please don't subvert the language filter. We all know what the word is and by now, anybody can just google Cooper and see the video. Don't post stuff that goes around the language filter to try and spell out the N-Word. Lets be smart about this please.
Again you keep teaching me about myself. You should write a book.
Don't have to write a book, I lived it
The man is 25, almost 26 years old right now. Not to mention he is around black people every day of his life. You have to be kidding me to act like he wouldn't know what saying that comment would mean.
He didn't say, "Hey what up my (man)."
He said, "I will fight every single (man) here."
If he doesn't see a difference between those two statements, or if you don't, that's no excuse. There's clearly a difference.
Ignorance is not bliss.. and its not an excuse either.
EDIT: Even with the difference between the two uses of the word, you should be smart enough as a public persona to know not to use either of the words in a public setting. There's a difference between what gets said in the privacy of your own locker room and what is said in the open for anyone to hear.
Your life experience speaks volumes. I'm glad I know how I'll act angrily at a Kenny Chesney concert.
he was at a Kenny Chesney Concert.....
So.. he was out at a public event.
He should be fined just for being at a Kenny Chesney concert...
Fined double for that ridiculous flannel shirt he had on.