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  • #46
    1. Jake, I thought more info was supposed to be released.......has it been yet?

    2. The question still remains "How many times has he violated the drug policy?"

    3. The NFL's minimum requirement for a positive MJ result is 15 nanograms and the State's is 50.

    I just believe that this is a chance to change the laws and rules. I am an avid believer in the legalazation of mj (if you coulndt tell already) and think that more "famous" people need to come out of the closet, so to speak (personally I think hotboxing in the closet is fun and prefer to stay in there as long as possible )



    Smoking does not change a persons integrity, even though it is against the law, but lying does. I, personally, hope he's not lying and could care less whether he smokes or not. Lying shows more about a persons integrity and charachter than smoking pot does.

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    • #47
      Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: mike is telling the truth

      Originally posted by goodluv4Broncos
      Why would any of them who carry that status quo actually get hooked on drugs and not just a little pee test that says you have a trace in your system, Who Mr Anderson hangs out with is no concern of anybody's and certainly not yours. You could have a flat tire and a motorist came by and gave you a helping hand say a ride to a nearby service station to get gas or to call a tow truck and this motorist by the way had been smoking pot and he inhaled it now would you still say Mr Anderson shouldn't have put hisself in that position? Who the hell do you think you are? Just because he is of notoriety doesn't give us the right to say what he should and shouldn't do with his spare time or like you fans from other cities who just love to see doom and gloom for the Broncos well he's innocent, had it been Trent Green last Sunday evening after there little party they had you'd be saying they are lying on him he's to good, well get a grip and question your decision making process for even attempting to write such rubbish. His career as you would hope it to be is not in jepoardy as you seem to think. I wonder if your brother was a pot smoker would you consider yourself around the wrong people
      and 1 more question what is jeopardy when you write your post courtesy of Denver Broncos message boards it profides a dictionary for your misspelled words it is underlined and made into a link use it then you won't look totaly rediculous, trying to down a man who is already down. A Bronco Fan from the heart, that is who I am. You should wish you had the fine and upstanding men on the teams you support.
      Well I have to take issue with this... If you are a season ticket holder, or if you put out money to see the Broncos play games at Invesco then you have every right to critisize a player that is not going to help the team win.

      Mike Anderson is the starting fullback for a reason and that is because he is the best at his position on the team. It will hurt the team as far as depth and experience to put another person in his place, whether it be Reuben or Patrick.

      Those of us who pay to see the Broncos play have an investment, and you bet we have a right to say something when someone is slugging a guy at a Pancake house, or someone else is falling down drunk in someone else's driveway, or someone is hanging around others that are smoking an illegal substance...

      Even his Marine Coach said the Mike needed to get better friends.

      Mike is a good football player and I hope he can get rid of this addiction, because if he does not he will be out of football at least a year, if not forever.

      Dexter Manley went through somewhat the same scenario. I know it was different but it is the same thing to the NFL, and if Mike does not change, he is throwing away his career.

      Yes we do have those rights and we will exercise them. As long as my money is going to the Broncos, I have rights.
      Go Broncos!!! - Hosea 10:12

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      • #48
        Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: mike is telling the truth

        Originally posted by broncos4ever
        Yes we do have those rights and we will exercise them. As long as my money is going to the Broncos, I have rights.
        You do have the right to say whatever you want because this is a free country, not becuase you are spending money.

        Your money is the strongest influence in the market economy. If you keep giving the Broncos your money year after year, then that is your own fault if they don't change.
        Suck is NOT a bronco fan.

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        • #49
          Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: mike is telling the truth

          Originally posted by cheapseats
          You do have the right to say whatever you want because this is a free country, not becuase you are spending money.

          Your money is the strongest influence in the market economy. If you keep giving the Broncos your money year after year, then that is your own fault if they don't change.

          I won't argue with this. I agree with your statement.
          Go Broncos!!! - Hosea 10:12

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          • #50
            OMG!!! LOL!!!

            I thought someone was saying Mike Shanahan was telling the truth for once in his life. Glad to see no one is under that misguided impression.

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            • #51
              Originally posted by orangenblue420
              1. Jake, I thought more info was supposed to be released.......has it been yet?

              2. The question still remains "How many times has he violated the drug policy?"

              3. The NFL's minimum requirement for a positive MJ result is 15 nanograms and the State's is 50.

              lying does. I, personally, hope he's not lying and could care less whether he smokes or not. Lying shows more about a persons integrity and charachter than smoking pot does.
              1) more info will be released. it might take awhile now, because mike's lawyer has asked that everyone remain tight lipped while he talks to the nfl.

              2) i understand that the question will remain for many of you, but it is his first and only positive test.

              3) as for the laws and rules, i am no expert. what i do know is the character of mike anderson. i also know the mitigating circumstances that lead to him being suspended for a first violation. i feel like a kid with a secret and it feels like crap, but i couldnt watch him get crucufied by media and fans when they dont know the truth.

              maybe i shouldnt have said anything, but i think its important to at least inform people that there is ALOT more to the story. i wont say the whole story, because i respect mike and he asked that those of us who know remain quiet for now. mike wants everyone to know the truth, but he has to wait for his lawyer to give him the ok after concluding his talks with the nfl. there are special circumstances here that will eventually come out, and i hope that at least some will take the word of those of us who know him and give him the benefit of the doubt until the rest of the story comes to light.

              jake

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              • #52
                If it doesn't fit, take another hit!

                Or something.

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                • #53
                  Originally posted by Mer
                  If it doesn't fit, take another hit!

                  LMAO!!!!!!!!!!!!

                  Thanks, Jake. I always say there is two sides to every story and then there's the truth. I never make a decision about something until I can hear everything everyone has to say.........I love Mike and wish him the best, I dont know why he is being targeted, but its wrong.............send him my best, let him know that he has plenty of people who are backing him no matter what

                  P.S. hooo rah devil dog.............
                  Last edited by orangenblue420; 11-13-2003, 01:42 PM.

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                  • #54
                    Originally posted by orangenblue420


                    Thanks, Jake. I always say there is two sides to every story and then there's the truth. I never make a decision about something until I can hear everything everyone has to say.........I love Mike and wish him the best, I dont know why he is being targeted, but its wrong.............send him my best, let him know that he has plenty of people who are backing him no matter what
                    here here


                    If you take what I have to say seriously, then I'm embarrassed for you.

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                    • #55
                      Yeah, after a lawyer gets done spinning the story, we will finally know the truth.
                      Suck is NOT a bronco fan.

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                      • #56
                        Originally posted by cheapseats
                        Yeah, after a lawyer gets done spinning the story, we will finally know the truth.
                        ROTFLMFAO
                        Individual commitment to a group effort - that is what makes a team work, a company work, a society work, a civilization work.

                        It's easy to have faith in yourself and have discipline when you're a winner, when you're number one. What you got to have is faith and discipline when you're not a winner.

                        Vince Lombardi

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                        • #57
                          Thats not right, lawyers arent bad, you just hear about the bad ones, just like you will hear about NFL players when they do something wrong but how much publicity do they get when they are doing good things....................Lawyers are paid to tell their clients version of the truth, that is their job, to defend their client, would you want a lawyer that was any different.............I love how everyone bashes lawyers but when they get in deep chi whos the first person they call?

                          P.S. Sorry to get off subject but I dont like generalization, and yes I know it was a joke.................sometimes I like to jump up on my soap box too
                          Last edited by orangenblue420; 11-13-2003, 02:01 PM.

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                          • #58
                            Originally posted by orangenblue420
                            Thats not right, lawyers arent bad, you just hear about the bad ones, just like you will hear about NFL players when they do something wrong but how much publicity do they get when they are doing good things....................Lawyers are paid to tell their clients version of the truth, that is their job, to defend their client, would you want a lawyer that was any different.............I love how everyone bashes lawyers but when they get in deep chi whos the first person they call?

                            P.S. Sorry to get off subject but I dont like generalization, and yes I know it was a joke.................sometimes I like to jump up on my soap box too
                            That is kind of my point of the remark. It would be so refreshing if when someone got caught doing something they shouldn't have, that they step to the plate and say, "yep, I did it. I'll take the punishment and we will all move on." Another poster or two on here mentioned that it is actually worse to be a liar than a pot smoker. I completely agree with that.

                            And some people on here are worried about their children, and what kind of message drugs are going to send to them. Now what kind of message are the kids getting? Well, ok, your role models do make mistakes, and when they get caught, they spin and lie their way through it.

                            Clinton
                            It wasn't me
                            Sosa
                            It wasn't me
                            OJ
                            It wasn't me
                            Clinton again
                            It wasn't me again
                            Martha Stewart
                            It wasn't me
                            Enron
                            It wasn't me
                            Coby
                            It wasn't me
                            Mike Anderson
                            It wasn't me

                            You are right, I would hire a lawyer too if I make a huge mistake. Does that make it respectable?
                            Suck is NOT a bronco fan.

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                            • #59
                              Originally posted by cheapseats
                              That is kind of my point of the remark. It would be so refreshing if when someone got caught doing something they shouldn't have, that they step to the plate and say, "yep, I did it. I'll take the punishment and we will all move on." Another poster or two on here mentioned that it is actually worse to be a liar than a pot smoker. I completely agree with that.

                              And some people on here are worried about their children, and what kind of message drugs are going to send to them. Now what kind of message are the kids getting? Well, ok, your role models do make mistakes, and when they get caught, they spin and lie their way through it.

                              Clinton
                              It wasn't me
                              Sosa
                              It wasn't me
                              OJ
                              It wasn't me
                              Clinton again
                              It wasn't me again
                              Martha Stewart
                              It wasn't me
                              Enron
                              It wasn't me
                              Coby
                              It wasn't me
                              Mike Anderson
                              It wasn't me

                              You are right, I would hire a lawyer too if I make a huge mistake. Does that make it respectable?
                              So are you saying people only hire lawyers when they DO something wrong,?

                              No, they hire them when they are ACCUSED of wrongdoing also.....Plenty of people are accused of doing things they havent done, hello OJ................HAHAHAHAHAHA just kidding.........LMAO

                              But seriously, I was the one who said it would be worse for Mike to be a liar than a smoker as far as integrity goes, but not all lawyers are liars.......

                              Have you ever heard of a guilty plea, that means you are admitting you did something wrong and accepting your punishment, it actually happens everyday.

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                              • #60
                                Originally posted by orangenblue420
                                Have you ever heard of a guilty plea, that means you are admitting you did something wrong and accepting your punishment, it actually happens everyday.
                                Name a recent public figure that did something illegal, and has the money for a team of lawyers, that plead guilty to their charges.


                                Hmmmm, you know what, I never actually said anything about lawyers being liars, or did I really even bash lawyers. I was only implying that after the lawyer gets done with making the statements, we still won't know what the true story is. I'm not so sure lawyers want to know the whole story, otherwise wouldn't it be a mistrial to defend a person that admitted guilt to you? So, with that in mind, lawyers never tell anything but 'the truth'.

                                This includes all of the stories that will come from the Bronco's PR department also. Pretty much the same thing.
                                Last edited by wesuckrealbad; 11-13-2003, 03:40 PM.
                                Suck is NOT a bronco fan.

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