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Sounds like all the rumors are going to be just rumors at this point.
I nominate NLeininger.
Signatures are stupid. You should block them.
Weren't a lot of these same sources saying Les Miles was resigning on Monday?
I think it is going to be deja vu all over again.
(Thanks, Yogi Berra!)
I always up vote a good quote. +1
Put yourself in her shoes. If you were fired for a transgression that others at your place of employment got forgiven for then you'd be burning the house down as well. I think your vitriol should be point directly at Dodds.
now thats seriously taking one for the team.
I always pictured him as more of a giver than a taker, but maybe I was wrong.
I got brains. I got big ol' brains. I got dinosaur brains.
Me, too, except I have a really hard time drawing the parallels.
Let's see, that was said by Zara, the Moorish Queen taken captive by King Manuel, who has the hots for her, but she has the hots for another prisoner, who is hiding his identity and happens to be the son of a rival of Manuel and who had secretly married Manuel's daughter, so he rejects Zara, who gets pissed and uses her feminine wiles to get Manuel to order Alphonso's execution, but everything gets screwed up, Manuel orders his own execution, Zara commits suicide, and Alphonso and Almeria live happily ever after, sort of.
So that means Kearney is Zara, who was taken prisoner by Dodds, and Dodds is hot for her, so she will use Dodds to exact revenge on . . . No, that doesn't work.
Maybe Manuel is really Powers, and Kearney feels jilted by Dodds, so she's working on getting Powers to execute Dodds, but that would mean this is leading up to Kearney's professional suicide, Powers being removed from office, and Dodds and Plonsky (?) living happily ever after?
Well, it was entitled "The Mourning Bride: A Tragedy." Us still being stuck with Dodds and Plonsky would probably count.
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So, despite the apparent varying severity of the transgressions, all punishments need be the same?
There is nothing more dangerous in this world than a man with nothing to lose.
fuck it. I'll do it in exchange for 50 upvotes. I REALLY want to be a five star poster.
Dont know any facts on any of this but I would say there is a difference in having affair with one of your student athletes and having one with a secretary or stripper or something. Think that was what he was saying. I just wish this would come out public and and they would move out the problems.
You are obviously a very sick man....
The bearded lady at the circus for another national championship in football? The devil might tempt me for a moment.
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Did my part!
Don't be afraid to ride the lightning.
Someone call Bellmont and see if we can set this up.
We can put our new a.d. guy on the job along with the sophomore camp job.
Go Silky, go! Only 47 more up votes to go!
Neil seems like the kind of guy to take one for the team.
She had a relationship with one of her players, not just a co Ed or co worker. I think what she is doing only incriminating her more.
Well, with me being a female I could not do the honors. Sorry guys, but it up to you. Although a female might be what she wants. Either way we could all chip in a lot of money and search 6th street and find someone to do the honors.
While the quote may be apropos, the situation is certainly different. As I remember Inspector Morse makes the same type comment as yours in The Jewel That Was Ours after complimenting the speaker for getting the quote correct. He then points out that the quote was from Congreve and not Shakespeare which the quote had been attributed to by the suspect.
and lied about it.
Bless your soul. The truth from the mountain.
Adultery often does.
"Don't know. Never had one"
-- D. Royal-Mack Brown how to coach a team after a losing season
What sin & ego does....Train wrecks
There are some who have Morals
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