As I wrote on Facebook, I feel zero compassion:
"Some of you may call me cold, but good riddance ese. ESPN is writing about Hernandez as a tragedy from beginning to end. I would agree that he wrought tragedy and destruction too often in his life, affecting too many people and families negatively. ESPN wants us to feel some level of sympathy for Hernandez.
I feel sympathy for Odin Lloyd, who he murdered in cold blood. I feel sympathy for the others he shot and maimed. I feel sympathy for the countless families he affected and destroyed through murder and attempted murder and violence.
One of my favorite movies is It's a Wonderful Life. The movie goes to show how many people we touch that we never think about in our daily walk through life. Hernandez' touched many as well. If Clarence took Hernandez on a walk to show him what life would be like without him, there would be a lot more healthy, happy people and normal unaffected families."
"A southeast Asian boy...was jumping on his trampoline. A drunken illegal careened across a street, through a yard and plowed through a sixth foot wooden fence where he launched and landed on top of the trampoline. The man had been deported numerous times...They are a very kind and special family and I grieved for them for a long time." Trogolodyte: "That was a reallly funny and bizarre story"
Good, saves the taxpayers money. Guy bumped into me at the club and spilled my drink. Of course I had to shoot him. What else am I supposed to do?
"It is not the multitude of ale houses that occasions a disposition toward drunkenness among the common people; Rather that disposition arising from other causes necessarily gives employment to a multitude of ale houses." -- Adam Smith, 1776.
I guess he was hanging around waiting for football season to start.
this just in for the 2017 football season
Aaron Hernandez out indefinitely injury (neck)
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Seems a bit coincidental, right after the acquittal.
Wig, being jaded as he is, wonders if jail-house justice didn't take matters into it's own hands.
Acquittal was the high point, it would've been all downhill after that, a life sentence behind bars. No more headlines, no more day trips....just a slow drab death
or someone snuck in and wrapped a sheet around his neck, without a fight, in his cell, and hung him - oh yeah, that must be the winner!
This isn't a tragedy. The dude had it made. He was just a criminal thug murderer - nothing less and nothing more. He made his choices in life. No one forded him to do anything.
Peace out douchebag
The story is a tragic tale in totality, but if he did any of what people said (and he did) he was a psychopath. No different from the dude who killed the guy on Facebook and I feel no different about either one of them frankly.
I, for one, am sorry about this tragic ending for Hernandez. He found the easy way out. Who's to really say if he served his life sentence that he would have never changed? Maybe - maybe not...
Society has made us very insensitive to death - and it has become sensationalize regardless of the person who was murdered or killed.
As I've said before, things won't get better - and I foresee them only getting worse; but, cheering/appreciating that another human has lost life is, for me, a bit over the top.
I think the asshole was born a sociopath. I grew up without a father and I'm no murdering moron. Human waste. World is much better off without garbage like him.
That's one way to get out of jail. Unfortunately for him he punched his ticket to hell.
And yet his attorney suspects foul play....conducting his own investigation......because he was...um... a fine young man....
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He was a coward who got busted and went to the pen, and he went out the same way. Eff that chump.