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In response to BostonTrollSpanker's comment:
"Who knows BUT the question still remains-To condone or Not condone...that is the question?"
It's the wrong question, troller.
You are probably aware that if you are a fan of professional sports teams, you are rooting for unethical behavior all the time. Ray Lewis was involved in a murder. Does that mean Ravens fans should stop rooting for their team?
Athletes convicted of using performance enhancing drugs, another form of cheating, are on just about every team.
Rooting for that team does not necessarily condone cheating.
Fans are put in a tough position. If you are under the illusion that being a professional sports fan is some kind of integrity contest, you are sadly mistaken.
BostonTrollSpanker, you took the words right out of my mouth.
I know there is SOMETHING the Patriots organization could do to cause me to stop being a loyal follower of the team, but I can't think of what that might be- off the top of my head.
I really disliked Bill Parcells. I couldn't stand Victor Kiam (sp?). I didn't like they way a female reporter was treated in the locker room several years ago. It bothered me when Faulk was caught with a joint and Brady had a child with a woman who he had moved on from (I, know- I'm old-fashioned).
I guess this troll thinks that when something/ someone you care about messes up, you're supposed to move on from it/ them.
That's a really good lesson.
Parcells's ego really exploded in 1997 when he thought he was above the team and listened to the weasly Jets. We all know how that turned out.
Parcells was mediocre in the NFL since, unless BB was by his side as coordinator. Crappy coaching in Dallas, even worse GM work in Miami, and he left the NFL for good.
His ego took over and he was never the same.
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