Check out the pic on the front of MSNBC. Looter in a Michigan knock off jersey. I hope Rosenberg doesn't blame the quake on RR!
I take it Steve and Barry's moved to Haiti. I know they closed most of their outlets in the U.S.
I think it's pretty clear he was trying to stop them from looting.
(A man who dresses that well is innocent until proven guilty.)
+ 1 to you sir I laughed out loud when i read that.
It really is true that there are Michigan fans EVERYWHERE in the world.
Leave it to MSNBC...Michigan fans are the looters. I bet the next image is a dude in a Notre Dame jersey saving the day.
A lot of unsold/unused sports apparel eventually makes its way down to C. America and the Caribbean. Where do you think all the pre-made "MSU Basketball 2009 National Champions" t-shirts went?
I would give a starving Ethiopian a truck full of groceries for a Detroit Tigers 2006 World Series Champions T-Shirt. I'm fairly certain Underground Printing made them or was going to make them. Of course that series never really got close to the Tigers winning so maybe they only got as far as the design phase.
we are making light of this tragedy, I will use this thread to remind everyone of Brian's plug for aid to the earthquake victims, here.
He appears to have some linebacker potential (note the closing speed) and it looks like he's about to blow.shit.up. regarding those looters.
I am sure he left the chalk around their bodies to paraphrase the Notorious One.
My sympathies to anyone who has family/friends in Haiti and my respect to those assisting in the recovery efforts.
I think we can all agree in cases such as Haiti and Katrina, where all structures have broken down and people are fighting for survival, that looting is acceptable. I don't know if we should be coding these people as "innocent" or "guilty" when they are struggling to survive. Are you going to suffer or let your loved ones suffer in order to protect the assets of someone you don't even know? Of course not. Don't judge them, please.
and don't think by someone posting a comment referring to Brian's front page it's not making light of a horrible tragedy.
Also, it's not looting when you're starving and there is no aid coming to you. Most people call that heroic action to save lives.