The Daily Habit: Sports

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Ryan Leaf: The Chronicles of Pill-Popping Thief- Geezuszus, Mary and Joseph.  Hasn’t that f!$!-up Ryan Leaf learned that being dumb and hooked on pain killers is no way to go through life, or at least that’s what Dean Warmer said before that fat fluck Flounder puked on himself in “Animal House.”  Come on.  This guy was an American sweetheart in college and everybody in the NFL mafia wanted a piece of him, until he totally sucked as a pro and threw interceptions all over the place.  After that it was all down hill.  He was booted from the league, he groped a female journalist during a lockerroom interview, and he got busted for trying to score pain pills from a player while coaching a no-name college foot ball team.  Well, it’s obvious he’s not a Phi Beta Kappa since he was just busted, again, and now he has to turn himself in on a warrant for being a pill-popping thief.

Leaf’s lawyer says Leaf will surrender on drug and burglary charges and that his client is “not a fugitive from justice” since he will return next week to turn himself once he returns from working in British Columbia.   The ex-Washington State and San Diego Chargers quarterback was nabbed for burglary to a habitation, seven counts for obtaining a controlled substance by fraud,  and one count for delivery of simulated controlled substance, or in street terms selling somebody a beat bag full of tightly pressed cottonballs made to resemble coke (http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090611/ap_on_sp_fo_ne/fbn_leaf_indicted).

Leaf coached at West Texas A&M where the indictment was returned, but he’s since been fired for stealing vicodin from a player and banging a student in her dorm room.  Now all of a suddent he’s unavailable for another round of warrants and court hearings because he’s off in British Columbia growing weed to smuggle back to the US.  What else is the guy going to do?  He’s washed up as ball player, his days of coaching are definitely over, and he sure won’t be teaching at an all girl’s school.  The only thing left is to do what he knows best: Perscription drugs and lots of them. Don’t hate the player, hate the game.

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~ by the115 on 06/14/2009.

One Response to “The Daily Habit: Sports”

  1. I meant to say Hate the sin not the sinner. Leaf needs help

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