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So, would Alabama still call this the "Tim Tebow Law" ?

After all these state groups touting the success of Tim Tebow as reason for instituting equal access for homeschooled students to public school sports, we get Tebow CRYING EVERY TIME he loses.

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Obviously, Tim's home schooling didn't prepare him to handle adversity with dignity. His behavior last night was truly weird, given that he has already won two national championships and a Heisman Trophy. Good lord.


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John Kreese
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Tim's home schooling didn't prepare him to handle adversity with dignity. His behavior last night was truly weird, given that he has already won two national championships and a Heisman Trophy. Good lord.


how could a loser and failure such as yourself ever claim to know how Tebow has ever felt? still mad about catholic school?
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re: So, would Alabama still call this the "Tim Tebow Law" ?
coming from the biggest pussy on the TD, this is funny.


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I'm a pussy? LOL. I've never been afraid to post my opinions no matter how unpopular, and I've never been afraid to make my identity known or to meet other posters in public.


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we get Tebow CRYING EVERY TIME he loses


You are lying as usual.


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Wow. Insead if admiring the accomplishments of the winner, the loser tries to tear him down.

Maybe that's why Rex is a liberal.


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His accomplishments are admirable. His reactions to losing are immature and weird.


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I agree his crying act is difficult to watch. However I'm not certain his emotional outbursts, remember he's just as animated when he's winning, is a result of an homeschooling environment.


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Uncommon Cents
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His reactions to losing are immature and weird.


Your nursing a grudge for decades because you blew the question on some kids' quiz show are normal and mature?



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re: So, would Alabama still call this the "Tim Tebow Law" ?
I didn't blow the question, and I don't hold a grudge. Why can't you stick to the topic at hand?

If they're going to hold Tim Tebow as the model of success and evidence that homeschooled kids should be accepted then it's only fair to point out that he cries when he loses.


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Yeah - he would be much better accepted by you and your ilk if he had grabbed his crotch and imitated an fornicating rapper while yelling yo momma gonna love this you m'f'ers"

what you don't understand is true dedication to something other than stamping out displays of individual duty, responsibility, and humility.


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I've never been afraid to post my opinions no matter how unpopular, and I've never been afraid to make my identity known or to meet other posters in public.

no - you are an attention whore - sort of like the jerks who hang their asses out of bus windows.


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Yeah - he would be much better accepted by you and your ilk if he had grabbed his crotch and imitated an fornicating rapper while yelling yo momma gonna love this you m'f'ers"

Ridiculous.
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what you don't understand is true dedication to something other than stamping out displays of individual duty, responsibility, and humility.

Again, ridiculous.




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re: So, would Alabama still call this the "Tim Tebow Law" ?
Why was he allowed to have a biblical verse on his eye black? It's a public school. I'm calling the ACLU


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Uncommon Cents
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If they're going to hold Tim Tebow as the model of success and evidence that homeschooled kids should be accepted then it's only fair to point out that he cries when he loses.


To hold one person up as the definition of large group of children is patently stupid. Ok so he shows emotion. Are you saying that he shouldn't? Why not? Are you saying that all home schooled kids would tear up if their team lost a championship game? Why is this wrong? Are you saying that if Tebow had been traditionally schooled he wouldn't have cried? I thought showing your emotions was a good thing, so why is it wrong for Tebow to do it? What has his schooling to do with his freedom to openly show his emotions?
What is the purpose of you starting this thread?

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I didn't blow the question, and I don't hold a grudge


Yeah I forgot; Mel Leavitt screwed your team so that a Catholic school could win.


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Just because you're a run-of-the-mill sheep doesn't mean others shouldn't express themselves.


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To hold one person up as the definition of large group of children is patently stupid.

Thanks for conceding the point. So, are they going to drop the "Tim Tebow Bill" moniker?


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ChineseBandit58
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doesn't mean others shouldn't express themselves

never said you should NOT express yourself - or expose yourself -

but by the same token when you make an arse of your self, then I claim my right - some may call it duty - to expose you as the asshat you are.
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ShortyRob
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His home schooling only prepared him to be called the greatest on field leader multiple coaches have ever seen. Even kids from the ghetto hold him in high regard despite their differences in upbringing.

Tebow is a far better human than Rex can ever even hope to be.


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