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PSU_dropout43
07-11-2009, 09:16 PM
http://www.blackbachelor.com/t1/cel8.jpg

Oh, no! Say it ain't so.

Isn't Hines married to a nice black lady?

steelsnis
07-11-2009, 09:40 PM
that's real classy. don't be an azz.

bostonsteeler
07-11-2009, 10:40 PM
Hines is divorced..

SanAntonioSteelerFan
07-12-2009, 01:00 AM
Besides. which, it could just be a fan pic.

BradshawsHairdresser
07-12-2009, 02:07 AM
Dang...Hines' head is three times as fat as that chick's...

stlrz d
07-12-2009, 08:06 AM
He's got Chinese eyes in that pic...I thought he was Korean?

:lol: :lol: :lol:

Chavezz
07-12-2009, 12:26 PM
I don't care if Hines, Ben, Troy or any Steeler is cheating on their wives or girlfriends. I root for them on Sundays for what they do on the field, not for what they do off of it.

As long as what they are doing off the field doesn't affect what happens on it? I don't give a ****. I guess i'm older now and don't worship professional athletes like I did when I was younger. I take them for what they are, flawed people who get payed a lot of money to play a game. Should anyone be surprised that athletes swing toward the immature side?

steelcityrules!!
07-12-2009, 01:08 PM
I don't care if Hines, Ben, Troy or any Steeler is cheating on their wives or girlfriends. I root for them on Sundays for what they do on the field, not for what they do off of it.

As long as what they are doing off the field doesn't affect what happens on it? I don't give a bad word. I guess i'm older now and don't worship professional athletes like I did when I was younger. I take them for what they are, flawed people who get payed a lot of money to play a game. Should anyone be surprised that athletes swing toward the immature side?

I tend to share your sentiment on this Chavezz, but when "hero, legend, amazing husband and father" are being thrown around at Mcnair's funeral when he was banging at least one 20 year old on the side, I tend to give the old

:roll:

Maybe you do as well.
Dude was a heck of a QB, and a rare athlete for sure. But the heaping praise of being such a grand family man (like Gov. Sanford and all the rest of the turds) is more than tiresome.

I call it as I see it... Mcnair's inablility to keep his johnson corralled cost his kids their father. Not sure how that equates "Hero". He should have been dumped in a pine box in a private ceremony, and his actions off the field should not label him a legend, but as an embarrassment to his family.

Jooser
07-12-2009, 02:52 PM
Heck, she's probably just the bar-tender.

AngryAsian
07-12-2009, 04:48 PM
I don't care if Hines, Ben, Troy or any Steeler is cheating on their wives or girlfriends. I root for them on Sundays for what they do on the field, not for what they do off of it.

As long as what they are doing off the field doesn't affect what happens on it? I don't give a bad word. I guess i'm older now and don't worship professional athletes like I did when I was younger. I take them for what they are, flawed people who get payed a lot of money to play a game. Should anyone be surprised that athletes swing toward the immature side?

I tend to share your sentiment on this Chavezz, but when "hero, legend, amazing husband and father" are being thrown around at Mcnair's funeral when he was banging at least one 20 year old on the side, I tend to give the old

:roll:

Maybe you do as well.
Dude was a heck of a QB, and a rare athlete for sure. But the heaping praise of being such a grand family man (like Gov. Sanford and all the rest of the turds) is more than tiresome.

I call it as I see it... Mcnair's inablility to keep his johnson corralled cost his kids their father. Not sure how that equates "Hero". He should have been dumped in a pine box in a private ceremony, and his actions off the field should not label him a legend, but as an embarrassment to his family.


ABSOFUGGINLUTELY!!!!

NC Steeler Fan
07-13-2009, 11:08 AM
Anyone got a link? All I get is a red X...

jj28west
07-13-2009, 11:39 AM
I remember being so naive when I was in my early 20's. I knew a girl who used see Bill Walton when he played for the Celtics when he was married to his 1st wife. I also knew another that used to see the Drummer from Tesla when he was in town touring who was also married. Crap, forget about public figures it happens in work all the time and even with friends. It felt like the time I discovered that there is no Easter Bunny.

My point is that I am not defending this type of action but I will not judge it either. I live by the simple philosophy of "if you respect me then I respect you" regardless of what your values are. That doesnt mean that we would be tight chums also.

RuthlessBurgher
07-13-2009, 11:43 AM
I remember being so naive when I was in my early 20's. I knew a girl who used see Bill Walton when he played for the Celtics when he was married to his 1st wife. I also knew another that used to see the Drummer from Tesla when he was in town touring who was also married. Crap, forget about public figures it happens in work all the time and even with friends. It felt like the time I discovered that there is no Easter Bunny.

My point is that I am not defending this type of action but I will not judge it either. I live by the simple philosophy of "if you respect me then I respect you" regardless of what your values are. That doesnt mean that we would be tight chums also.

Say it ain't so!!!

http://images.icanhascheezburger.com/completestore/2009/2/4/128782369184895493.jpg

PSU_dropout43
07-13-2009, 12:21 PM
Anyone got a link? All I get is a red X...

http://www.blackbachelor.com/t1/cel8.jpg

PSU_dropout43
07-13-2009, 12:23 PM
Hines is divorced..

Oh, nevermind.

GreggyDigital
07-13-2009, 12:27 PM
Is it really surprising when pros are cheating on their wives? The amount of tail being thrown at them is probably insane.

Regardless, my girlfriend's friend had a relationship with Hines when he was married. Take from it what you will but it happens.

Past that the photo really doesn't mean anything. Heck, just this weekend my friend put this up on facebook and I can assure you nothing happened but a picture.

http://img223.imageshack.us/img223/8437/christi.jpg (http://img223.imageshack.us/i/christi.jpg/)

feltdizz
07-13-2009, 01:56 PM
nothing may have happened that night but trust... all these Steelers are getting much booty. Most don't live in the Burgh year round so it's real easy to have jump offs in different parts of town.

Mr. Luther King, JFK, Bill Cosby, Clinton, Stanford, Larry Bird.. pick any athlete or hero in your life and I bet there is a mistress somewhere close by.

Sorry to say it fellas but even the most faithful guy can and will slip up if you have tail thrown at you EVERY day ALL day!!! We all say "not us" but we are thinking like the average guy who gets hit on once.. maybe twice a year.. and I'm talking "let's go get a room right now" hit on.. not that "she was checking me out"

I used to be in a band and we opened for major acts and even as an "opening act" the stories were crazy... I don't see how anyone who lives that lifestyle could be one...

wives of these kinds of men know what they sign up for.. and over half of these women that marry these guys are no different then the mistress.. they just lucked up, saw the potential in college and held on.... or got pregnant.

I'm not saying a healthy marriage can't thrive in the NFL but they are rare..

fezziwig
07-13-2009, 02:03 PM
At some point you have to stand for something or you will will fall at anything. Do these players or famous people have temptation thrown in their faces ? Yes. Is it hard not to test the waters ? Yes.

I really don't want to know about their personal lives to tell you the truth. Do I judge a person on their morales ? Yes. Should I ? No. I don't know if not agreeing with their choices means I judge them or not. I wouldn't treat them badly or anything.

These guys are not heros to me and never will be. They, like everyone else has the responsibility to live a good life that kids (kids) can admire and to follow the right road in life.

Why is McNair a hero ? He's no hero. I don't know if he was cheating on his wife or not. Were they married, apart or divorced ?
If he was married it is especially a bummer for his wife and kids.

Why get married if your going to cheat ? We all have had our chances to get some strange and I doubt everyone acts upon it. People that do that are weak. If you cheat on your wife and family, how can you ever be considered a quality person or have any value to your family, friends etc ?

RuthlessBurgher
07-13-2009, 02:24 PM
nothing may have happened that night but trust... all these Steelers are getting much booty. Most don't live in the Burgh year round so it's real easy to have jump offs in different parts of town.

Mr. Luther King, JFK, Bill Cosby, Clinton, Stanford, Larry Bird.. pick any athlete or hero in your life and I bet there is a mistress somewhere close by.

Sorry to say it fellas but even the most faithful guy can and will slip up if you have tail thrown at you EVERY day ALL day!!! We all say "not us" but we are thinking like the average guy who gets hit on once.. maybe twice a year.. and I'm talking "let's go get a room right now" hit on.. not that "she was checking me out"

I used to be in a band and we opened for major acts and even as an "opening act" the stories were crazy... I don't see how anyone who lives that lifestyle could be one...

wives of these kinds of men know what they sign up for.. and over half of these women that marry these guys are no different then the mistress.. they just lucked up, saw the potential in college and held on.... or got pregnant.

I'm not saying a healthy marriage can't thrive in the NFL but they are rare..

I'm just curious about who "Stanford" is???

steelsnis
07-13-2009, 02:29 PM
I'm guessing he meant Mark Sanford, governor of South Carolina. You know, the guy who preached about family values all the while he was doin some woman in Argentina.

GreggyDigital
07-13-2009, 02:53 PM
doin some woman in Argentina.

That guy is living the American dream.

feltdizz
07-13-2009, 03:17 PM
correct.. Mark Sanford was about 3 weeks ago but was pretty high profile for a week. I just picked names out of the air to show how easy it is to crash and burn over some tail.. look at the Kate plus 8 guy.. he is a catch now.. and he has 8 kids.

but how many of these women cheat on their husbands? This isn't a one way street though fellas.. when these guys are hard at work some wives are hard at play...

Shaq's found out his wife was giving his money to her new boyfriend.... he would have divorced her until he realized it was cheaper to keep her.

feltdizz
07-13-2009, 03:18 PM
doin some woman in Argentina.

That guy is living the American dream.

all politicians are living the dream....

GreggyDigital
07-13-2009, 03:44 PM
doin some woman in Argentina.

That guy is living the American dream.

all politicians are living the dream....

Larry Craig might disagree.

fezziwig
07-13-2009, 05:26 PM
Stuff like this goes on all the time but the media and public like to blast the high profile type when it happens. Not fair, just how it is when your in the public eye. Not saying it's right.

steeler_fan_in_t.o.
07-14-2009, 11:33 AM
I don't hold it against an athlete for doing this, it is a well-known aspect of the lifestyle. Any woman who marries an athlete must accept it, because it almost certainly will happen. Kobe Bryant's wife knew it and the decided upon punishment was a sparkling new diamond ring which she flashed endlessly to support him.

OTOH we also have to keep some perspective. Being a good QB makes you a good QB, not a great family man. Likewise, being a leader in the huddle does not equate to humanitarian. Doing some charity work makes you a philanthropist, not a moral guide on everything else.

Take it for what it is. McNair was a good NFL QB who did a lot of work within his community, screwed around on his wife - probably with her knowledge, and died young.

Not unlike Michael Jackson. He was a guy who could sing, dance, and entertain. OTOH he was also a very strange man who may or may not have fondled children, but I would not send my kids over to find out. I also would never have consulted him for moral guidance.

They are people, no more, no less.