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  • Here's an Aaron Rodgers meme for you. 😀😀😀

    https://twitter.com/i/status/1456351569432039424

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    • Aaron Rodgers has lost his endorsement deal with a Wisconsin healthcare provider. Will State Farm be next?

      https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/p...id-19-vaccine/

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      • Originally posted by bambam1729 View Post

        I don't know, Pego - Stevens-Johnson Syndrome is pretty scary to me, and usually so unexpected.
        had to look that one up; much scarier when referenced as toxic epidermal necrolysis

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        • The discussion on FOX about the Rodgers situation Jimmy: "I'm disappointed in his selfish actions." Howie: "Possibly putting your teammates in jeopardy is selfish." Terry: "Let me give Rodgers some advice, it be nice if he came to the Navel academy and learn how to be honest."

          https://mobile.twitter.com/NFL_DovKl...96250630934529

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          • Originally posted by Conor Dary View Post
            The discussion on FOX about the Rodgers situation Jimmy: "I'm disappointed in his selfish actions." Howie: "Possibly putting your teammates in jeopardy is selfish." Terry: "Let me give Rodgers some advice, it be nice if he came to the Navel academy and learn how to be honest."

            https://mobile.twitter.com/NFL_DovKl...96250630934529
            Rodgers doesn't care what those woke left-wing radicals have to say.
            Last edited by jazzcyclist; 11-08-2021, 04:58 PM.

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            • More bad news for Aaron Rodgers, this time from State Farm.

              https://www.cnn.com/2021/11/08/media...hip/index.html

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              • Originally posted by NotDutra5 View Post
                The invocation of Joe Rogan as a source going beyond entertainment and venturing into medical opinions should have been his first clue that he may be headed down the wrong path. Now excuse me while I make a call to Conan O'Brien to see if he thinks the soreness in my left knee should be surgically repaired.
                At least Conan is a Harvard grad.

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                • Originally posted by jazzcyclist View Post
                  More bad news for Aaron Rodgers, this time from State Farm.

                  https://www.cnn.com/2021/11/08/media...hip/index.html
                  I think there's a fine line State Farm needs to walk here and lessening the exposure rather than cutting ties is likely the wisest choice.

                  Not the biggest Stern fan but:

                  "Next time Aaron Rogers gets injured on the field he should call in Joe Rogan to treat him." - Howard Stern
                  Last edited by NotDutra5; 11-08-2021, 06:06 PM.

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                  • Originally posted by bambam1729 View Post

                    I don't know, Pego - Stevens-Johnson Syndrome is pretty scary to me, and usually so unexpected.
                    S-J can be really bad. Saw one, maybe two cases of it in med school (one from Dilantin) none since.

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                    • The Raiders sure can pick 'em. Arnette and Ruggs were their two first-round draft picks in 2020. If you look around the Internet, you can still find the Twitter video of Arnette brandishing a major firearm and making his death threats.

                      https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/...-death-threats

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                      • Poor boy...


                        Aaron Rodgers isn't happy with the way his decision not to get vaccinated against COVID-19 has been received.


                        The Green Bay Packers star is "upset" at the response to his recent admission that he is not vaccinated against COVID-19 after previously saying that he had been "immunized" against the virus, a source close to the NFL star tells PEOPLE.

                        The source says that Rodgers "feels like he just shared his point of view, and now he's being crucified for it."

                        "He knew some people would disagree with him, but he didn't know that it would become the s---storm it became. People who he thought were friends are turning on him," the source tells PEOPLE.

                        "He's upset," the insider adds. "He's very unhappy with the response to him."


                        https://people.com/sports/aaron-rodg...y-source-says/

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                        • Most folks have this really strange hang-up. They don't like it when you stare them in the eyes and tell a bold-faced lie.

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                          • Rodgers's problem is he thinks he is the smartest dude around....what a surprise when hang around football players all your life. Then he meets the real world with his ideas....

                            I was good in mathematics as an undergraduate..I hardly ever studied and did well...when I went to graduate school in math that is where you realize there are people a lot brighter than you are...

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                            • It goes beyond him thinking he's so smart, he seems to think that most people are rubes who can't recognize bullshit when they hear it, and they take offense when you try to play word games rather than speak with candor. He may have scored higher on his SAT than most of his teammates but I guarantee that everyone of them recognized his bullshit for what it is. Academic prowess and street savvy are 2 different things, and the fact that Rodgers thought his Pat McAfee interview would go over well shows that he's completely lacking in the latter. Here's Stephen A Smith's latest take on Rodgers:

                              https://youtu.be/QD2_lki1e5Q

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                              • Facing an uproar over his inexcusable conduct, Rodgers appeared on SiriusXM’s “The Pat McAfee Show” on Friday to explain himself. He succeeded only in proving yet again the validity of the adage: “Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak and remove all doubt.”

                                https://www.washingtonpost.com/opini...-epidemiology/

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