Discussion in 'Overtime Zone' started by RS12, Oct 8, 2015.
No, that is how Jerry always looks after he walks out a hotel room with a couple of strippers.
Here is the quote from the Dallas Morning New Vintage - you can't make it up--
According to SI's Melissa Jacobs: Jones claimed he was unaware of the comments. When told about Hardy's "blazin" statement, Jones's immediate response was "Oh my goodness." He then briefly paused before offering an explanation.
"Well, you're not allowed to have guns on the football field."
He either has no idea what blazing really meant.
Or he is trolling. I'm going with trolling because it makes it even more funny.
Sometimes this stuff just writes itself. Jerry jokes are like the fish jumping into the boat!
Just have to have the right bait !!!
You're right, it was so minor that a judge believed the woman's account AND the account of the other woman witness who contradicted most of what Hardy said and heard her being dragged around and thrown into a wall the words from her "what are you going to do break my arm?" So you're right, just media bs while you know exactly what happened since Greg said so....
Yeah let's talk about hot women after all of this. Smart guy we have
If there is any story then this is a good take home.
"Smart guys" know the girl completely contradicted her sworn statement to police in her sworn testimony in the first hearing. Smart guys know she admitted to be on coke the night of the incident. Smart guys know that he had injured herself several days before attacking Hardy's car when he had to be restrained by a security guard.
Or at least some of the "smart guys" do.
It wouldn't have been an issue had it been said by someone other than a player who just returned from a 4 game suspension for domestic violence. You would think Hardy would be smart enough to know not to give the media something they could pounce on but apparently he's not smart enough. He has yet to play a down for the Cowboys and has already made a couple of comments that have created a distraction. He better play damn good in the final 12 games or he's likely to be one and done in Dallas. One of the reasons teams don't like bringing on players that have had off the field issues is because they know everything they say and do is going to be scrutinized and could cause a distraction.
Ok, we're not going to rehash this never ending story about what she and/or Hardy said or did. Keep it to the current topic or take it to the Rant Zone.
Floors me that the few that think the way you do think the rest of us should do the same. You are a political correct spinner and you'll not goat me into any more debate.
Smart guys also knows that this was all on display for everyone to hear in a court of law and he was still found guilty. Please stop, you're embarrassing yourself. You are the type that gives normal, mature adult males a bad name. It's why there is so much domestic violence...victim blame. "Oh she's on Coke so she deserved to be beat. Asked for it. " Keep meat heading along
I was wrong. Add this to things wrong with the world.
I'm not a politically correct spinner. I'm someone that's been in and knows the legal system, along with fellow classmates who prosecute in Montgomery County. This story isn't rare. It happens to women everyday and people who only care about the guy as a player victim blame. You assume a crazy Coke head had to have made it up or deserved it. Yet A judge believed her and the other witness in the other room who told the same story. You believe a football player. If any of you don't think this guy won't screw up again, you are kidding yourself. That's why people are upset. Couldn't shut him mouth for a simple interview because he finds he is above it so he will flaunt it
And someone who was in the legal system, you still feel the need to make a judgement on this case while showing you didn't know most of the details that were made public?
I'm hoping that's not your day job now.
Anyone that has a problem with what he said is either a virgin or has limited experience in the real world. Go pick out curtains at Bed Bath & Beyond and leave the judgment to the men.
As someone whose career, while in my 20's, requires daily interactions with attorneys dealing with multi-million dollar contracts and who is also pursuing law school, you have the grammar of a 16 year old cheerleader. It's fine that you want to lie on an internet forum though. Props, bro.
Who said I didn't know the details? I've discussed in every post what was laid out and his defense. I've read the case. But sure attack the messenger when you are convinced your hero was set up nubs woman. Congrats caveman
I'm typing on an iPhone watching a game. Sorry grammar police. But hey if you think you're a tough guy because you like women beaters look me up. Graduated South Texas Law in Houston in 1996. Practiced 18 years. PM me if you want my bar license or want to look me up. Hope it makes you feel better