Sep 13, 2010 at 15:56:46
“She's really been an attention whore as of late.
You're pretty sexy for an old bitty, and of course your feeling unsure of yourself as you age; but stop it already. You're making yourself look a little pathetic now.
We get the picture, literally.”
awlff on Sep 13, 2010 at 22:45:01
“Do you throw mud at rainbows too?”
Scent on Sep 13, 2010 at 19:16:19
“I usually am the last one to scream "jealous!!!" when someone criticises the rich and famous. But You, dear, are something else entirely.
So what if she has a bit of publicity doing something for a little girl? - You are not only jealous. You are totally incapable of even doing THAT much. - Or did YOU do charity work for anyone lately between posts that criticise what others do?
“Hear "it from their home town hero before it went out on the front page"?
How the h-ll was that going to happen? Was he supposed to go knock on hundreds of thousands of doors in Cleveland (the ones that haven't been foreclosed on yet)? You know the way information gets to a mass audience is through mass media, right?
And Cleveland isn't his home town (despite the media stupidly constantly saying that), he's from Akron.
And if that left you cold you're a sad person who needs to take time to mediate and significantly re-evaluate your life.
“Dissed? He made an announcement. He didn't say one bad thing about Cleveland or the Cavs organization. He even chocked up a little.
If he didn't say anything public about it then you all would be calling him a coward who didn't have the gumption to stand up publicly, and face the media. The fact is, if he didn't do what you wanted him to do, you all were going to insult him; period.”
Spartan112 on Jul 9, 2010 at 11:15:28
“It was a disgraceful hour long ego stroke.”
xlntcat on Jul 9, 2010 at 04:21:38
“Sorry losers are going to behave badly regardless of the setting.”
Bwaaa ha ha ha! You mean like this guy talking about him like a dog for ending a business relationship that he had no earthly obligation to continue? Or you meant the Cleveland community who never felt that what he did was good enough despite being the 3rd highest per game point score in NBA history?
His mom is happy for him, he's boy's are still with him, and I'm sure if he was abandoning his kids, it would be front page news. There was clearly no real love for Lebron with you people or else there's no way you'd treat him like this. He only owes loyalty to people he's made a commitment to, and his commitment to the Cavs ended on July 1.
He's going to South beach to win a title, something he couldn't do being surrounded by the likes of grand father time Shaq, and playoff no show Mo.”
“Freakin Crybaby. Clearly no industry wants to come up their and be around people like y'all, which is why your state is fighting with Michigan for the worst unemployment in the country.
And he might as well tear down his Akron house since Ohio is the subprime, foreclosure capital of the country; and no one there could legitimately afford it.
I'm happy for Lebron that he's going to get away from terrible people like you, Dan and thetake.
This last couple of weeks has been marketing genius and quite entertaining -- a bonaza for the NBA, who could use such post season excitement...excitement that at least for a little while rivals what the NFL experiences during the off season annually.”
thetake on Jul 9, 2010 at 10:41:08
“I am only entertained by winners on the court and exciting ball games. We'll see if he can pull this off (winning big when it counts). MJ he most certainly is not...”
Which is why I'm glad he "quit" you; because if you can "love" somebody one day, and hate them the next for not doing what you want; it proves there was no love in the first place.
He didn't make you watch sh-t. You put your television on the channel you wanted to. He's not your indentured servant. He can do with his life what he wants. Being disappointed is fine; but the hatefulness of Cleveland I think is part of the very reason he left.
He's the 3rd highest per game point score in the history of the league, while still being unselfish with ball (and ridiculously being criticized for it), and nothing he did was ever good enough for you people.
Good for him. Get away from the hate and fake "love", Lebron, and go have some fun and championships in South Beach.”
“Going on tv, bulls--t! That's just the excuse you guys are using to act like babies who need a diaper changing, or like menstrual women who need some massengill.
Do you really think that top players want to come to your city the way your teams are miss managed, and the way your fans treat them (not to mention the downtrodden reputation of the city in general)?
Look at how classless and derogatorily way your owner is acting right now. Do you think that's going to make top players want to run to Cleveland to play for a guy like that?
Lebron is from the area, and even he didn't want to stay. I think that says it all. Being disappointed is fine and understandable; but acting like trash gets you nothing but more players staying away.”
“Sorry dude, you don't know what you're talking about. Lebron had a max contract on the table in Cleveland; he's going to be making less in Miami. For once, it wasn't about the money. It was about the city of Cleveland, and the organization of the Cavs sucking.
They can't get any real talent there to help Lebron (whether because of organizational incompetence, or because of the city of Cleveland itself), and hence he left to win.
Plus, I think also the fact that nothing he did there was ever good enough for the fans. The dude has the 3rd highest per game average in the history of the NBA, and was unselfish with the ball, and they still talk shit about him up there.”
“You're right, Dwayne Wade is terrible at 26 points a game, and has nothing to contribute.
Last I looked he was the 3rd, or at worst 4th best player in the league; but I guess you're the one genius in all the basketball world who sees that he's used up.”
bathroomonkey7 on Jul 9, 2010 at 01:30:20
“All this hype aint gonna amount to diddly, Bo! Wait and see... Either there will be a major injury or infighting over hogging the ball. And you are right, I don't follow the NBA much anymore. The main reason I dont follow is because of players like Lebron "THE KING" James. The NBA ain't nothing but a rigged sport son. Go ask David Stern and his gambling referees. Keep hyping Wade and these other overpriced athletes---Nothing like a little hero worship to get ya' through the year, eh? Keep on keepin on...”
“Do you blame Bosh, look how the city acts. Apparently no star player who has a choice wants to go their. Even the guy who grew up near by didn't want to be there, why would anyone else; especially with an owner like this.
Lebron's probably seen his true colors behind closed doors, and with this despicable public display, he can feel great about his decision, and about not further profiting such a terrible guy.”
Fedup23 on Jul 9, 2010 at 01:42:16
“I doubt it had to do with how the city acts. I don't believe in generalizing in such a way. It's no secret Miami is a nicer city.”