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  1. Shelterdog

    That'd be up the butt, Bob - Kraft Charged with Soliciting.

    Forget it Denny, it's Florida law. (Seriously, shit like this is revealed under public records law in Florida all the time.)
  2. Shelterdog

    That'd be up the butt, Bob - Kraft Charged with Soliciting.

    NFL can do whatever. Perhaps it changes the odds of the NFL doing something but getting a lot of publicity probably increases rather than decreases the chance of league punishment. Jnai has a good point but I'm not sure if it changes the odds of the video being released.
  3. Shelterdog

    That'd be up the butt, Bob - Kraft Charged with Soliciting.

    Not so much. He spent a half million bucks and had the story in the papers for weeks and everybody who cares at all knows there absolutely is a video of him paying for sex acts but great, he doesn't have to pay a $1000 fine and take a course.
  4. Shelterdog

    That'd be up the butt, Bob - Kraft Charged with Soliciting.

    Just trying to succinctly describe why performing intimate sexual acts for money is a little different from cleaning a house, which you kind of admit when you say that maybe someone wouldn't do sex works for $10 more an hour than a boring job but might for $185 - 285 more an hour.
  5. Shelterdog

    That'd be up the butt, Bob - Kraft Charged with Soliciting.

    You may not agree, but a lot of people believe that even "voluntary" sex workers are hurt by the perhaps inherently dehumanizing nature of sex work--and that's before we even get to worth these particular sex workers had meaningful choices about engaging in sex work.
  6. Shelterdog

    That'd be up the butt, Bob - Kraft Charged with Soliciting.

    Because if he had a sense of shame it would be mortifying to be in a public space in front of thousands of people who know what he did.
  7. Shelterdog

    We're Onto the NFL Draft (2019 Prospect Thread)

    Hock would be nice but there are also a lot of really good DL. You might be able to pick up a Clelin Ferrell at a relatively late point for a player of is talent.
  8. Shelterdog

    Jerod Mayo new Patriots linebackers coach

    I"m a little surprised he's coming back--he's pretty blunt on the Curran podcast about how demanding the job is and he seems interested in other things. I do think he'll be great; if he wants to be I see him following the vrabel path and becoming a head coach for an NFL team of major college...
  9. Shelterdog

    That'd be up the butt, Bob - Kraft Charged with Soliciting.

    If he'd said that I wouldn't have disagreed. But he made a much broader claim.
  10. Shelterdog

    That'd be up the butt, Bob - Kraft Charged with Soliciting.

    You simply don't know that. The fact that it hasn't been charged doesn't mean that there isn't trafficking. And those links that support you that you aren't bothering to find--they don't exist.
  11. Shelterdog

    2019 Patriots: Post-SB Roster Thread

    You're using scare quotes like that's not true. The Pats--like basically every single team--dedicate a couple of slots to special teams coverage guys every single one and Bolden is pretty good at that job. And if they find a running back out of slippery rock who can do the special teams and...
  12. Shelterdog

    That'd be up the butt, Bob - Kraft Charged with Soliciting.

    Kraft's behavior isn't really a good example for the point you seem to be pushing.
  13. Shelterdog

    HoF: Who is In?

    I've said this before on here but the 2007 loss (and to a lesser extent the 2006 AFC loss which could have easily led to another superbowl) really hurt a couple of guys's chances -- in particular Light, Welker, Wilfork, Harrison and Mankins. Not a ton of rings for most of those guys (Wilfork's...
  14. Shelterdog

    HoF: Who is In?

    28th all time in receiving touchdowns, third among TEs is a pretty big stat to ignore. Plus the rings (and the dearth of other good Pats candidates). I got mocked a little on here when halfway through his rookie year I said he was going to the hall of fame but he was so damn good; probably...
  15. Shelterdog

    Patriots Footnotes

    Also you can't stop everything. So they play the free safety way the fuck back, they devote a lot of attention to Kelce, they play man and sometimes the other team just finds some space. It happens.
  16. Shelterdog

    Bill Simmons: Valuing Trades More Than Friendships

    I'm not mad, just amazed to see the kind of persistence in defense of a lost cause not seen since Hiroo Onoda stopped fighting World War II in 1974. But keep it up, I'm sure Bill appreciates your help.