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FL BRONCO
04-21-2013, 09:02 AM
Apparantly Stevie Johnson tweeted this

“War is nothing to be played with. I apologize North Korea .... but if ya'll do bomb 1st... Bomb Foxboro, Mass. Sincerely, #BillsMafia."

a couple of days before the bombing:sad:

roushmartin6
04-21-2013, 09:41 AM
Apparantly Stevie Johnson tweeted this

“War is nothing to be played with. I apologize North Korea .... but if ya'll do bomb 1st... Bomb Foxboro, Mass. Sincerely, #BillsMafia."

a couple of days before the bombing:sad:

Stevie Johnson is a moron, he will be one of those guys who had all the talent but no brains that end up out of the league soon.

GoManning
04-21-2013, 04:09 PM
Stay classy Johnson. :rolleyes:

Fitzmagic
04-21-2013, 07:53 PM
Stevie Johnson is a moron, he will be one of those guys who had all the talent but no brains that end up out of the league soon.

How exactly will he be out of the league soon? He has 3 straight 1,000 yard seasons with Ryan Fitzpatrick as the QB! He has never gotten into any trouble with the law and has never been a problem in the locker room. Because he tweeted something that he maybe shouldn't have he's going to be out of the league soon? Please do explain, I'd LOVE to hear this one!

SecondsAway131
04-21-2013, 07:55 PM
Apparantly Stevie Johnson tweeted this

“War is nothing to be played with. I apologize North Korea .... but if ya'll do bomb 1st... Bomb Foxboro, Mass. Sincerely, #BillsMafia."

a couple of days before the bombing:sad:

I don't understand why God did him like that & made him tweet that. :D

fallforward3y+
04-23-2013, 03:59 PM
How exactly will he be out of the league soon? He has 3 straight 1,000 yard seasons with Ryan Fitzpatrick as the QB! He has never gotten into any trouble with the law and has never been a problem in the locker room. Because he tweeted something that he maybe shouldn't have he's going to be out of the league soon? Please do explain, I'd LOVE to hear this one! Yeah, that won't happen. Mendenhall tweeted things in defense of Bin Laden and hasn't even been playing well and he stayed in the league. Ultimately, we all know he was joking anyway, it's not as if he knew there would be a bombing 2 days later.

BroncoFanBoy
04-23-2013, 04:59 PM
Even if the bombings in Boston didn't happen, you don't say stupid stuff like that. I may be a Broncos fan who is a Raider hater, but I would NEVER pray for something to happen to that city and to their people, and I'm sure the Raider fans feel the same way about Denver.

He's now officially my most hated player in sports. I just can't stand that idiot.

fallforward3y+
04-23-2013, 05:22 PM
Even if the bombings in Boston didn't happen, you don't say stupid stuff like that. I may be a Broncos fan who is a Raider hater, but I would NEVER pray for something to happen to that city and to their people, and I'm sure the Raider fans feel the same way about Denver.

He's now officially my most hated player in sports. I just can't stand that idiot.

I doubt he seriously was wishing for a bombing in Boston, I don't make much of it.

BroncoFanBoy
04-23-2013, 06:14 PM
I doubt he seriously was wishing for a bombing in Boston, I don't make much of it.

Even if it was a joke, it's still incredibly stupid. You don't poke fun at things like that.

Fitzmagic
04-26-2013, 05:40 PM
Even if it was a joke, it's still incredibly stupid. You don't poke fun at things like that.

So you're one of those politically correct, easily offended people? Seriously, people love to get offended at things like this.

BroncoFanBoy
04-26-2013, 05:47 PM
So you're one of those politically correct, easily offended people? Seriously, people love to get offended at things like this.

I just don't like jokes like that. Those are jokes that are risky and can offend people.

Fitzmagic
04-26-2013, 08:03 PM
I just don't like jokes like that. Those are jokes that are risky and can offend people.

I mean I wouldn't have tweeted it if I were him, but for him to become some hated villain because of it is just absurd.

BroncosPWNn00bs
04-26-2013, 08:13 PM
:laugh: I love Stevie Johnson and I loved that tweet. Personally, if its offensive and if it hurts feelings, I love it. Anyone watch Anthony Jeselnik? I always love seeing him offend people. Its only life. Just gotta relax :salute:

BroncoFanBoy
04-26-2013, 09:44 PM
I mean I wouldn't have tweeted it if I were him, but for him to become some hated villain because of it is just absurd.

I think he's done this too many times. There was also a time after he scored a TD against the Jets he celebrated like he was an airplane and then fell to the ground and "crashed". To do that, ESPECIALLY in New York, is stupid.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y1RLovn0K7U

This was the final straw, IMO.

fallforward3y+
04-27-2013, 02:31 AM
I mean I wouldn't have tweeted it if I were him, but for him to become some hated villain because of it is just absurd.

Yeah, I agree. Very ridiculous to have this much hate over it, people need to stop being so sensitive.

fallforward3y+
04-27-2013, 02:35 AM
:laugh: I love Stevie Johnson and I loved that tweet. Personally, if its offensive and if it hurts feelings, I love it. Anyone watch Anthony Jeselnik? I always love seeing him offend people. Its only life. Just gotta relax :salute:

I've seen the Jeselnik offensive show before, it's pretty hilarious. I agree, nothings off limits in comedy. I wouldn't say I love anything offensive though, not if it's malicious. That and it has to actually have humor value like Jeselnik does, if it's just insults with no creativity value I think it's stupid.

Ever seen Jim Norton by the way? He's pretty good as well. His show is called Please Be Offended.

fallforward3y+
04-27-2013, 02:37 AM
I think he's done this too many times. There was also a time after he scored a TD against the Jets he celebrated like he was an airplane and then fell to the ground and "crashed". To do that, ESPECIALLY in New York, is stupid.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y1RLovn0K7U

This was the final straw, IMO.

LOL! I remember the shooting himself in the leg celebration, that was pretty hilarious. I never heard about the crashing plane though, but that's pretty funny actually.

Frankenpost
04-27-2013, 02:52 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LeYLixszWDE


This is as bad as T.0. insulting the Alamo.

Remember the Alamo!! :coffee:

Fitzmagic
04-27-2013, 09:16 AM
I think he's done this too many times. There was also a time after he scored a TD against the Jets he celebrated like he was an airplane and then fell to the ground and "crashed". To do that, ESPECIALLY in New York, is stupid.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y1RLovn0K7U

This was the final straw, IMO.

Really? They were playing the JETS, and he scored and made them crash. Only easily offended people try and reach for that to be some kind of 9/11 reference. He was mocking the team, not the city. Seriously, come on

BroncoFanBoy
04-27-2013, 03:02 PM
Really? They were playing the JETS, and he scored and made them crash. Only easily offended people try and reach for that to be some kind of 9/11 reference. He was mocking the team, not the city. Seriously, come on

Go ahead and call me easily offended, and maybe I am, but when you try to be funny, be safe about it. People could reach for the 9/11 reference because of things like that, true. But you don't want them to do that. I gotta give him credit though, he did apologize about shooting himself in the leg.

Some people are easily offended, and they can't help it. That's why you don't make jokes like that.

fallforward3y+
04-27-2013, 08:23 PM
Go ahead and call me easily offended, and maybe I am, but when you try to be funny, be safe about it. People could reach for the 9/11 reference because of things like that, true. But you don't want them to do that. I gotta give him credit though, he did apologize about shooting himself in the leg.

Some people are easily offended, and they can't help it. That's why you don't make jokes like that.

Dissapointing that he did, it's really stupid how players can't say anything these days. As for worrying about offending people, it's the free world. Ideas get put out all the time, and we all have to learn to live with it. You can't worry too much about whether what you say will be considered offensive or not. A comic for instance, will never become a great one if they don't step into offensive territory.

Some people get offended by everything, some fans will get their panties in a bunch if a player actually admits he has personal goals, instead of just saying "I only care about winning". You can't worry about upsetting people, largely because it's too easy.

broncos SB2010
04-27-2013, 09:15 PM
Go ahead and call me easily offended, and maybe I am, but when you try to be funny, be safe about it. People could reach for the 9/11 reference because of things like that, true. But you don't want them to do that. I gotta give him credit though, he did apologize about shooting himself in the leg.

Some people are easily offended, and they can't help it. That's why you don't make jokes like that.

You must think playing tag and dodgeball is bad too because kids might get their feelings hurt or that everyone should win a medal so they dont have bad self esteem. Tell me you have never said or done something that maybe you shouldn't have after thinking about it afterwards.

Freyaka
04-27-2013, 09:17 PM
I think he's done this too many times. There was also a time after he scored a TD against the Jets he celebrated like he was an airplane and then fell to the ground and "crashed". To do that, ESPECIALLY in New York, is stupid.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y1RLovn0K7U

This was the final straw, IMO.

I honestly think you need to lighten up...I found that humorous and not at all distasteful.

Freyaka
04-27-2013, 09:20 PM
Go ahead and call me easily offended, and maybe I am, but when you try to be funny, be safe about it. People could reach for the 9/11 reference because of things like that, true. But you don't want them to do that. I gotta give him credit though, he did apologize about shooting himself in the leg.

Some people are easily offended, and they can't help it. That's why you don't make jokes like that.

I don't let someone elses feelings dictate my life. If I make a joke and 9 out of 10 people find it funny and the 1 person gets all offended about it...He's the one with the issue not me and I could care less....Easily offended people must have a rough time getting all bent out of shape over nothing.

aberdien
04-27-2013, 10:37 PM
He made a joke regarding the fact that playing in the AFC East would be a lot easier if the Patriots were wiped off the face of the earth. I've said worse jokes. It's only offensive in hindsight knowing what happened. But it's really not a big deal and I feel sorry for anybody who gets their panties in a bunch over a harmless lighthearted remark.

fallforward3y+
04-27-2013, 11:34 PM
I don't let someone elses feelings dictate my life. If I make a joke and 9 out of 10 people find it funny and the 1 person gets all offended about it...He's the one with the issue not me and I could care less....Easily offended people must have a rough time getting all bent out of shape over nothing.

This, we live in a free society with freedom of speech. Those who get offended over nothing are going to just have a hard life, and that's all there is to it. If people were constantly afraid to offend people, we wouldn't have over half of the funny moments in television and movies. If your offended easily, you can just ignore whatever offends you.

BroncoFanBoy
04-27-2013, 11:49 PM
Dissapointing that he did, it's really stupid how players can't say anything these days. As for worrying about offending people, it's the free world. Ideas get put out all the time, and we all have to learn to live with it. You can't worry too much about whether what you say will be considered offensive or not. A comic for instance, will never become a great one if they don't step into offensive territory.

Some people get offended by everything, some fans will get their panties in a bunch if a player actually admits he has personal goals, instead of just saying "I only care about winning". You can't worry about upsetting people, largely because it's too easy.

Fair enough.


You must think playing tag and dodgeball is bad too because kids might get their feelings hurt or that everyone should win a medal so they dont have bad self esteem. Tell me you have never said or done something that maybe you shouldn't have after thinking about it afterwards.

I don't know what that has to do with potentially offensive jokes, because that's a completely different subject. I joke around with people a lot. I do that on these boards too. But if I felt that I could be offending someone, I wouldn't say that certain thing. I want everyone to laugh and enjoy the joke.


I honestly think you need to lighten up...I found that humorous and not at all distasteful.

Maybe I am overreacting.

Al Wilson 4 Mayor
04-27-2013, 11:57 PM
First of all, North Korea is so inept they probably couldn't effectively bomb South Korea. Give the guy a break. No one would be saying "jack" about this if the Boston Marathon bombing didn't happen.

Give the guy a break.

Mortal
04-28-2013, 02:24 AM
Even if the bombings in Boston didn't happen, you don't say stupid stuff like that. I may be a Broncos fan who is a Raider hater, but I would NEVER pray for something to happen to that city and to their people, and I'm sure the Raider fans feel the same way about Denver.

He's now officially my most hated player in sports. I just can't stand that idiot.

Humor. You must be a joy to be around.

BroncoFanBoy
04-28-2013, 08:50 AM
Humor. You must be a joy to be around.

I wish you read the more recent posts before saying that. The others made good points about it.

Oh, and I do have a sense of humor thank you.

Fitzmagic
04-28-2013, 06:41 PM
Go ahead and call me easily offended, and maybe I am, but when you try to be funny, be safe about it. People could reach for the 9/11 reference because of things like that, true. But you don't want them to do that. I gotta give him credit though, he did apologize about shooting himself in the leg.

Some people are easily offended, and they can't help it. That's why you don't make jokes like that.

This is exactly what people do in cases like these, they reach. The crashing jet celebration was a joke on the team, not 9/11. The tweet about bombing the Patriots was a jab at a division rival, not some kind of pro-bombing America message. Come on, you really believe he would be that stupid to mock one of the most tragic events in American history and follow it up by asking another country to bomb us? Reaching, people love to do it more than anything else.

BroncosPWNn00bs
04-28-2013, 06:47 PM
I've seen the Jeselnik offensive show before, it's pretty hilarious. I agree, nothings off limits in comedy. I wouldn't say I love anything offensive though, not if it's malicious. That and it has to actually have humor value like Jeselnik does, if it's just insults with no creativity value I think it's stupid.

Ever seen Jim Norton by the way? He's pretty good as well. His show is called Please Be Offended.

Naw, I havn't seen that. I'll have to check it out. Thanks. Yea, I'm down for anything offensive though so I'll definitely give it a look. :salute:

But yea, some people do need to lighten up though.

BroncoFanBoy
04-28-2013, 08:56 PM
This is exactly what people do in cases like these, they reach. The crashing jet celebration was a joke on the team, not 9/11. The tweet about bombing the Patriots was a jab at a division rival, not some kind of pro-bombing America message. Come on, you really believe he would be that stupid to mock one of the most tragic events in American history and follow it up by asking another country to bomb us? Reaching, people love to do it more than anything else.

Fair enough. I have been overreacting recently. I may not find jokes like that funny, but I could react to them better. You guys have made good points.

fallforward3y+
04-29-2013, 12:47 AM
Fair enough. I have been overreacting recently. I may not find jokes like that funny, but I could react to them better. You guys have made good points.

Thank you sir, you have now made the world a slightly happier place.

fallforward3y+
04-29-2013, 12:54 AM
Naw, I havn't seen that. I'll have to check it out. Thanks. Yea, I'm down for anything offensive though so I'll definitely give it a look. :salute:

But yea, some people do need to lighten up though.

No problem, you will definitely enjoy it then. Indeed they do, because as said amendment number one isn't going anywhere and shouldn't.