Discussion in 'Steelers Talk' started by uncblue012, Oct 9, 2018.
My guess is you don't have kids
I got a 2.5 year old and the only thin he’s picking is his nose. I can’t even imagine 2 year olds bullying let alone forming thoughts to bully. But of course if he’s serious I didn’t mean to offend anyone’s child
Wrong I do but never had problems. Not that I'm a good Father but they have one hell of a good Mother.
any with special needs?
I'll tell you this, feed the machine has kids.
This is going in the wrong direction TBH,,what AB is alleged of doing is simply not a good thing and how anyone can defend it is beyond me.
Bro chill. Enough of the self righteous act I clearly said I didn’t mean to offend anyone’s child
100% serious and not directed at anyone specific. Lot of people in the world are tough love types who think kids should be like they were growing up or that what could they possibly remember at 2.
My son has Sensory Processing Disorder which manifested it's self after a prolonged trauma suffered at age 2. So I'm a bit sensitive when it comes to people saying stuff that trivialize's what for a child can be just horrible.
So yeah if guys want to go after the Dad or lawyers or the justice system go ahead doesn't bother me. like I said I'd appreciate it if the story about the little boy was left as reported and not taken potshots at.
While it is poor judgement on his part and something no one should be doing, making it out to be some horrific ordeal like you are portraying it as is unwise as well.
He got hot headed and threw stuff out of the window or off his balcony. That is what the accuser has said. Not that it is actually even true. No evidence has even been provided yet and you are trying to crucify him over it.
It’s not like he meant for a child to be emotionally distressed over the incident or that he even knew or was aiming for people down below.
Should he have better judgement? Of course.
Should he be forgiven instead of slandered in public by people that don’t even know the facts yet? More than likely yes.
There are much more and serious legal issues to be worried/pissed about than what he did.
It's really easy to not be a dick, yet some people just cannot avoid it. Perfect example....don't throw **** off of a 14th floor balcony in a crowded apartment. Hell, don't throw **** off of ANY balcony regardless of the floor that you're on.
That thought crossed my mind.
If this is true, AB is an *******, he's lucky he didn't kill someone.
cause his 22 mos old son is having trouble sleeping now lol
I wish the front office would smarten up and package Bell and Brown into a blockbuster trade deal.
Serious question: Does AB need counseling ? His increasingly strange acts make me wonder.
They've been weirdly amusing in the past, but they've got more nasty of late. Toss stuff off the balcony, threaten a reporter, tantrums on the sidelines. The trend isn't good.
It looks like AB's actions were justified.
From the article:
It's becoming clear why Antonio Brown freaked out and threw furniture off his 14th story balcony -- the NFL superstar had told police someone jacked $80,000 cash and a gun from his apartment!!
Police were called to Brown's apartment AGAIN the very next day, April 25, when Brown reported that someone had stolen his black Rolls-Royce.
But, when cops showed up to his apartment, Brown said, "I found the car" and closed the door in their faces.
Edit: I changed the font to green so no one else thinks I was serious about his actions being justified. My mistake and apologies.
Yeah, I'm not judging until all the facts come to light.
The question is how much longer the Rooney family tolerates this type of behavior. When does AB's distractions outweigh his talents?
AB is clearly going through something, and it is probably all related, does he have some kind of baby mama drama going on?
Well if you do something stupid and it could have killed somebody, I guess that is some sort of charge but I`m no lawyer.
I have been saying for some time now, AB needs mental help.
I’m not seeing justification there. I don’t care what someone stole from him, the people walking by the building shouldn’t have their lives endangered by his tantrum. I obviously hope - for the team’s sake, not his - that he doesn’t get suspended. However I think a large fine is reasonable. More than the $80k that he says he stupidly left in a gym bag.
Throwing large objects from a 14 story balcony does NOT justify being a victim of theft.
Reporting the crime to police is the correct action to take ONLY.
The only thing he did here, if reported as such, is commit a second crime.