At 5/2/12 10:51 PM, orangebomb wrote:
At 5/2/12 07:32 PM, Bullion wrote:
I don't know who this is, and i don't care who he is.Then why did you post here then? This is probably one of the few times here that trolling or being ignorant of the situation is not a good idea, but I digress.
The important thing is, did he make a difference to your life? or was he ujst some prominent figure you feel attached to for some improper reason.
Some people does it because they love being nothing more but pretentious douche bags. You should have seen the comments by a anti-American troll on a Hiroshima video in YouTube.
Seau is certainly one of the best LB to play this game, certainly this generation and even all-time, but more so, he was commended for his numerous off the field activities within the San Diego area, which made him an easy fan favorite. From what's coming out from the news, it looked like that Seau had some demons he dealt with after his career, and ultimately committed suicide, although there has been no official word on how it went down, as of now, that's the story that the police are investigating as.
Things can be pretty unexpected.
Granted the "driving the vehicle off the cliff" incident just...you know.
What's bad was that I made jokes about Super Bowl XLII being the reason why. Now I felt bad about that...
Regardless if you knew him from his playing days or not, Junior Seau will certainly be missed, RIP.
Indeed, even though he played for two teams I heavily disliked, but still, he's the only player from the 2007 Pats that I felt sorry for.
In that Super Bowl game, I kinda felt that it was between Strahan and Seau. I mean it was their last chance to get the ring and in the end, I'm glad it was Strahan (for an obvious reason).