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Author: [NFL Betting] Topic: Junior Seau dead ?
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Posted: 5/2/2012 7:54:31 PM
Its been a horrible day in SD guys....we're all blown away at June Bugs passing.....just brutal   
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Posted: 5/2/2012 7:58:12 PM
It took 8 Cops to subdue me and that's when I was only 180LBS and ya I've tried Suicide before, I electrocuded myself in water but it didn't take - "Whatever doesn't kill ya makes ya stronger"
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Posted: 5/2/2012 8:46:09 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by THE-KID:

A bit harsh don't you think. Give Chris Benoit all the garbage you want, but what did Seau do to you?

Why is that harsh? You think he should have killed his kids 1st?

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Posted: 5/2/2012 9:19:18 PM
To say these former players earned their pay is an UNDERSTATEMENT. A lot of them turn into cripples due to their injuries while playing; and the real unfortunate ones pay with their lives.

Like the military turns a blind eye to a lot of its veterans, the NFL is doing the same with its--until now, seemingly (vis-a-vis lawsuit induced).

It's shocking how you can "have it all" for a period of time in your life...and then lose it, mentally, and end up dead.

They need psychiatric help--big time! 


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Posted: 5/2/2012 9:56:01 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by LakeTahoeKid:

To say these former players earned their pay is an UNDERSTATEMENT. A lot of them turn into cripples due to their injuries while playing; and the real unfortunate ones pay with their lives.

Like the military turns a blind eye to a lot of its veterans, the NFL is doing the same with its--until now, seemingly (vis-a-vis lawsuit induced).

It's shocking how you can "have it all" for a period of time in your life...and then lose it, mentally, and end up dead.

They need psychiatric help--big time! 


Yep tough  way to earn a living... Ask any coal miner or  like minded worker that actually  produces a product that is REALLY important to mankind... At a fraction of the pay and at a much greater exposure to harm and death... Football player.......  Tough gig... ....  Jr  a coward in the end... Look out for a rash of miner suicides this week... No RIP here.... Loser...
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Posted: 5/2/2012 10:16:38 PM
having a Job sucks no matter what it is I'll never work again it's bullsh-t
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Posted: 5/2/2012 10:51:17 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by ArtSchlichterJr:

Yep tough  way to earn a living... Ask any coal miner or  like minded worker that actually  produces a product that is REALLY important to mankind... At a fraction of the pay and at a much greater exposure to harm and death... Football player.......  Tough gig... ....  Jr  a coward in the end... Look out for a rash of miner suicides this week... No RIP here.... Loser...
OF COURSE  there's risked involved with a lot of jobs out there.
But I was talking about potential PREVENTABLE suicides in relation to severe brain injuries, PTSD etc.
Certainly no compassion from you regarding Junior and all of his accomplishments, that's fine.
But I would hardly call him a "loser." 
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Posted: 5/2/2012 11:18:32 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by HutchEmAll:


I never did understand why some people label suicide as "cowardly."  Would you ever be able to kill yourself?  I don't think I could.  I understand the toll it takes on people who love you, but cowardly?  Maybe selfish, but I don't think cowardly.  


You can call them a lot of different things and cowardly is one of them...I lost a few friends to suicide so from personal experience it was a BS move on their part...

Some people fear their dirty little secrets will ruin them so they kill themselves. We'll never know Jr's specific reason for killing himself but one way of looking at it is he was scared to face reality. Whatever it was...it is what it is.

Unless....it's not a suicide?!.... 
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Posted: 5/2/2012 11:19:14 PM
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Originally Posted by malkin:

life is brutal - You gotta at least smoke weed everyday and have as much sex with as many beautiful women as you can before you die  - who really knows if there is a afterlife or this is it   - you hope there is a good god but it's not like he has a weekly show - heck he never drops by to say hi or let us know what's going on - makes it tough to know anything

 psalms 14:2 The lord looked down from heaven upon  his children of men, to see if there were any that did understand and seek him.

seek him.. and ask him into your heart...and he will let you know everthing....and  will show you his rightousness and favor for your life.

 

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Posted: 5/2/2012 11:36:32 PM
This is a sad pattern , since Chicago Bear Dave Duerson killed himself the same way just last year ;


http://www.nytimes.com/2011/02/21/sports/football/21duerson.html

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Posted: 5/3/2012 12:36:59 AM

A lot of blows to the head over the years. Plus life is friggin' hard to figure out going head first at everything--like a FB game--which life isn't like FB.

He could've been a great coach to others--I think. But guess he had issues.

He still has a popular restaurant in SD, called "Seau's." Guess his family runs it now.

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Posted: 5/3/2012 2:18:00 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by HutchEmAll:

This is the 9th person to die from the San Diego 1994 AFC championship team.   

A lot of different reasons for the other deaths (including someone who got struck by lightning), but that is freaky.  

wow that is crazy, kind of scary IMO...

 

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Posted: 5/3/2012 3:54:03 AM
I don't think he was a very good Line Backer.
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Posted: 5/3/2012 6:09:56 AM

He tried to kill himself a couple of years ago by taking his car off sunset cliffs in San Diego.

One thing about Seau He wasnt a quiter

If at first you dont succeed

Try Try again

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Posted: 5/3/2012 12:53:22 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Degen55:

I don't think he was a very good Line Backer.
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Posted: 5/3/2012 1:00:18 PM
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Originally Posted by Degen55:

I don't think he was a very good Line Backer.

 

I HAVE TO AGREE WITH YOU HE WASNT GOOD ... HE WAS GREAT

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Posted: 5/3/2012 1:11:54 PM
He was a great player. And I'll leave the judgement to a higher authority.
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Posted: 5/3/2012 1:13:47 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by TRAIN69:

Why is that harsh? You think he should have killed his kids 1st?

You misunderstood me. I have a problem with "At least the fool didn't kill his exwife and kids". Who is this clown to call him an fool. Don't speak ill of the dead! I just thought it was tasteless to call the man an fool on the day he died.  Chris Benoit was an fool. He did kill his son!

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Posted: 5/3/2012 3:06:17 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Teaser78:

 

I HAVE TO AGREE WITH YOU HE WASNT GOOD ... HE WAS GREAT

How many superbowls did this Great player win? I forgot, remind me.

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Posted: 5/3/2012 3:43:46 PM
Junior seau was an awesome player/humanitarian! Yes he was SELFISH for killing himself knowing he has 3 beautiful children and family that obviously loves him tremendously! We can speculate all we want but seriously there's no need for calling him an fool or not a good player etc.....Junior did ALOT of good for a lot of people especially kids! He never forgot where he came from and who he was before all the fame and fortune! But really .....I think having being hit a lot in the NFL does something to your brain over time and I honestly believe this is why he is where he is today. Sad Sad situation....My heart goes out to his children, family, and friends that they may heal and get through this very tragic time in their lives! I can't even begin to imagine what they are going through right now! Live Pono everyone....God Bless!
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Posted: 5/3/2012 4:18:16 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Degen55:

How many superbowls did this Great player win? I forgot, remind me.

When he played against SF when he was on the Chargers in the SB they were completly over matched....He was great..ALL-PRO...
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Posted: 5/3/2012 5:23:51 PM
We are at a critical time in the history of the game. If Seau actually committed suicide, he will be at least the third former NFL player to have killed himself in the span of 15 month, joining Dave Duerson and Ray Easterling. Additionally, Andre Waters killed himself in 2006. Disturbing is just the start of how you describe that trend.


^ nfl withdraw... welcome to the real world folks. just like mil. vets.
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Posted: 5/3/2012 6:10:35 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Degen55:

I don't think he was a very good Line Backer.


that is why peyton manning said junior seau and ray lewis were the two best linebackers he ever faced.
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Posted: 5/3/2012 6:17:59 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Degen55:

I don't think he was a very good Line Backer.

stick to basketball pls.
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Posted: 5/4/2012 1:07:33 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Degen55:

How many superbowls did this Great player win? I forgot, remind me.

Very poor comeback.  Is Dan Marino not a great player?  Bruce Smith?  On the other side of the coin is Trent Dilfer a great player because he won a superbowl with Baltimore?

One man doesn't make a team

Much respect for JR.  I played blackjack with him in Reno while he was there for his daughters volleyball tourney.

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