Thursday, December 15, 2005

Charges handed down to four Vikings players

Four Vikings players were charged today following the sex cruise on Lake Minnetonka earlier this autumn.

Of course the players' reaction is that the charges are unfounded and that the allegations are a shakedown. (Dammit boys, they are only misdemeanors, not 1st degree murder...)

The players would love to have us believe that they are victims. Of course some spoiled rich shits are calling themselves victims. That's the way the world runs. Anyone who has money is always saying that everything they do is so closely examined, they supposedly live their lives under a microscope constantly in the public eye.

Maybe if the ignorant and irresponsible players didn't make such stupid decisions as to fly a bunch of strippers in from across the country they wouldn't be facing convictions, albeit misdemeanors, for having sex in front of a private company's employees while bobbing across Lake Minnetonka before nightfall.

I am not going to go as far as to say that nobody has had sex on the waters of Lake Minnetonka, I am sure people have, but to be a person in the public eye you need to hold yourself to a higher standard. Your pictures are handed out by police officers to elementary school students who idolize these buffoons but you can't keep your cock in your pants.

It's ridiculous that these imbeciles who think that they can get away with anything aren't being made examples. They need to have every possible punishment thrown at them. This crap has gone on for far too long and as a former fan, I have had enough. I am sure I am not alone in the disgust over the Minnesota Vikings' love boat scandal and the host of other professional athlete misbehavior incidents in the past few years.

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