What Is Wrong With Mario???
WPIDH4shizzy Aug 1, 8:59 a.m.
one coward steps in, to divert the attention away from the other coward being totally annihilated by REALITY.
tis rather.... WHAT I DO!
damn do I do it well.
I fully expect this thread to be deleted by the mods.. in rather short fashion... given the level of EXPOSURE I put the cowardly pansy through.
Ramageddon Aug 1, 9:12 a.m.
3 Articles from...2012!!! DeflectoSAC strikes again!!! Give me the NUMBERS NOMATHSAC. I give you hard numbers on what they will be paid this year. BTW, only thing they can count on is the "guaranteed" money, because they can release him from his contract at anytime, or he can get hurt. Note one guy sez he will "become" the highest paid defensive player. But not this year, and if he gets hurt today, all he has is the guaranteed money. Mario has to PERFORM to get "paid". Going by last year, that contract may get torn up if he does not improve.
Poor DoltSAC went with a bragadocious rant, now he can't find the NUMBERS to back him up, so he is reverting to more than a year old articles not relevant to the present...wait, did I say "not relevant"...new name, NOTRELEVANTSAC!!! Baaaaawhaaaaaaa!!!
Just remember, numbers = facts, articles = opinions, Ramageddon = Your Posting Daddy.
kato_karma.v6 Aug 1, 9:14 a.m.
More questions on the no-so-super one:
You may remember that Williams, a former Houston Texan and current Buffalo Bill, became a licensed peace officer in the state of Texas earlier this year. Well, the academy that trained Williams has been suspended by the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement after someone complained that one of its cadets did not receive the proper training or complete the coursework but was sworn in anyway. According to KTRK , that cadet was Mario Williams, who completed 660 hours of coursework two months before the rest of his classmates despite having a poor attendance record, no course evaluations and test records that were destroyed after the test, according to the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement's investigation. "It's supposed to be six months, I actually did it in a condensed timeframe," Williams told the station. "I couldn't say an exact, day to day, but it was a four-month period I think. It was from the very beginning of the year. Man it was study after study, test after test. It was a load." KTRK asked an instructor named Larry Steward how Williams completed six months of coursework in four months. "They made a schedule that he would do at night and weekends," Stewart said. "That allowed him to do it a little faster than others." That explanation evidently did not fly with the commission, which has disallowed Lone Star College from conducting any more law enforcement training, effective immediately.
[original story from foxsports.com]
Ramageddon Aug 1, 9:16 a.m.
Translation = I'm running to the mods because the Dr. has blowtorched me in to TrollSACBriquets.
WPIDH4shizzy Aug 1, 9:36 a.m.
that's because NOTHING has changed, junior mind... he's STILL the HIGHEST PAID NFL Defensive player in the league's HISTORY.
according to the THREE CREDIBLE sources I provided... he's STILL the HIGHEST PAID NFL Defender the game has ever known....
until such time, you can provide EVIDENCE of someone signing a BIGGER contract.
I realize how much this beating has taken a toll on you, pansy... alas, it's NOTHING compared to you being TOO scared to show up at Finley.
chin up, ruined one!
Ramageddon Aug 1, 9:46 a.m.
2013 Numbers = SACYFail
Don't forget my email like you did that week you were here.
WPIDH4shizzy Aug 1, 9:52 a.m.
#1 Defensive Player in NFL History relative to PAY.
it's literally killing the lil lady.
don't forget to TALK a BIG GAME, then NOT SHOW UP, princess.
#Actions>Words of a pansy.
kato_karma.v6 Aug 1, 9:53 a.m.
pretty much sums up kato's thread intent wrt Maria Williams.
WPIDH4shizzy Aug 1, 10:01 a.m.
^^^#1 OVERall pick and #1 Salary for a defender EVER.. pretty much means he DID SHOW UP.
when it mattered MOST.
Hans Aug 1, 10:06 a.m.
Y'all need to provide a detailed account of this old neighborhood spat. That would be a lot more interesting than this dung.
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