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    Anheuser Bush not to happy with NFL handling of problems

    article in Redzone states that NFL execs are very unhappy with the way the NFL is handling themselves, could be a problem in the making for the league financially

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    and the vikings lost their radisson sponsorship. this is what it will take to change things, hurting the owner's wallets.

    http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/id/11...nesota-vikings

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    It's pathetic. The NFL is far too reactive with their decision making. Goodell is good at maximising profits but he's showing himself to be a liability when it comes to the handling of issues such as the ones the league is currently facing.

    The Vikings and Ravens have been no better.
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    nahh, beer hasent played a role in any of these issues.

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    I agree that domestic violence is very wrong, but why all of a sudden are these issues a huge deal in the NFL? pretty sure no one made a huge stink of Brandon Marshall beating the crap out of his wife a few years ago. Punish the players accordingly and move on, if they repeat the offense ban their *** case closed. They should be using a proactive approach instead of reacting to issues like this. Teach the players, young men etc.. that it is never right to hit a woman before this ever becomes a problem

    as far as AP goes i don't know what his son did to deserve being punished (not saying using a stick was right) but I'm pretty sure most of us got whooped as a child at one time or another
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    Quote Originally Posted by DownWitJPP View Post
    as far as AP goes i don't know what his son did to deserve being punished (not saying using a stick was right) but I'm pretty sure most of us got whooped as a child at one time or another
    I got the belt and the switch as a kid, but I never ended up bleeding with cuts and bruises. There's a thin line between discipline and abuse and Peterson crossed it when his kid ended up with bruises/cuts/bleeding.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kingcap88 View Post
    I got the belt and the switch as a kid, but I never ended up bleeding with cuts and bruises. There's a thin line between discipline and abuse and Peterson crossed it when his kid ended up with bruises/cuts/bleeding.
    i didn't see any reports of his son having cuts and bleeding. If so yes he did cross the line and went way too far. Just looked it up I also didn't know the kid was only 4 years old...SMH
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    If you can't discipline your kids without beating or as you call it whooping then you aren't a very good parent

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    Quote Originally Posted by raygunpunx View Post
    If you can't discipline your kids without beating or as you call it whooping then you aren't a very good parent
    99% of people arent good parents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slipknottin View Post
    99% of people arent good parents.
    And 87 percent of percentages are made up

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