Re: Aaron Hernandez and the Kansas City Chiefs?
posted at 7/14/2011 7:42 PM EDT
In Response to Aaron Hernandez and the Kansas City Chiefs?
[QUOTE]Maybe it's because of the lack of activity during the lockout, maybe it's because this is actually interesting, but here we go: I just talked to one of my best friends who works at Enterprise Rent-a-Car in CT and he told me Aaron Hernandez walked in wearing Kansas City Chiefs shirt. I'm probably reading too much into this, but isn't it kind of weird to be wearing another NFL team's shirt? I would think NFL players wouldn't be big fans of wearing other teams' stuff...
Posted by mannyortez3424[/QUOTE]
I know that this sounds like crazy ole Laz talkin' and just comin' up with his crazy ole whacked-out far-fetched theories, but....What if it's just a good-looking shirt, In one's own eyes (obviously), as tastes differ? Furthering my wild theory...What if the KC Chiefs t-shirt he had on, just was a gift/present from some chick, or maybe what If Hernandez bought it at a decent price, because it had some pretty cool color schemes & logos/wording, set up in some balanced way that Hernandez thought unique or novel, and he just dug it's look? Maybe (check this out)- When he tried it on, he's like, "D#mnnnn! This shirt's flow's all nice, but it fits my body wicked good! I may BE crazy, but I like wearing comfortable clothes!"
I know there's a minor cut-off point, but we're not dealing with Jets/Pats, or Sox/Yankees, Vikings/Packers, or Skins/Cowboys...so, I guess what I'm sayin' is I think Henry David Thoreau was a d#psh#t, then, and now, when he quipped: "We don't wear our clothes, our clothes wear us...". I mean, REALLY??? Do I have to suddenly embody every single thing that the Adidas Corporation believes in (WhateverTF that is), and personifies, and holds to be correct & right, whenever I decide to throw on my comfortable grey workout pants? If your friend asked him about something NE-Patriots, it's not like Aaron Hernandez would say, "SEE the shirt bub!! NOT to-day pal...To-day I'm a Chief...As it currently stands, I will live, breathe and DIE for everything Kansas City Chiefs...until I take my shirt off."