You got sow and reaped mixed up.
You got sow and reaped mixed up.
No, actually I didn't. To sow is to plant something (you planted a comment perceived as trolling). To reap is to harvest something (and you harvested a trolling mod tag). I meant what I said, and I said what I meant.
You on the other hand, should really learn the definition of the words you chose to use and their context before you use them next time.
My apology, I miss read your statement. And I did use the definition properly, so maybe you miss read what I said. Don't be too proud because you know how to look up words on dictionary.com.
Firstly, I absolutely accept your apology and understand misunderstandings come about often when trying to interpret what someone is saying on a message board.
Secondly, I never said you used the phrase incorrectly. Not only is it a very common, generic and all encompassing phrase which is near impossible to use incorrectly, it is also actually quite easy for someone to use almost any common phrase without knowing the literal meaning and history of it. What I did was imply that if you had truly thought I had mixed up the words, then you clearly didn't know the definition of the words within, and context of, the said phrase.
Thirdly, believe it or not, most people with any sort of argiculture background or atleast half an education, myself included, don't need a dictionary or a website to know what "reap" and "sow" mean.
Lastly, it's misread, not "miss read." Miss Read is the pen name of an English novelist I've never heard of before. And that I did have to look up.
Goodnight, good luck and if I never come across you again on the MGoBoard, have a great life.
You spelled agricultural wrong.
Not like Urbz needs a running back anyway.
Don't blow your opportunities, kid. (The same for Toussaint. Fair is fair.)
From the brief details of the article it was a "Failure to control vehicle," which unless it is in conjunction with an accident likely won't come to anything. If it weren't an athlete, it wouldn't have been reported.
The traffic accident sounds like a whole lot of nothing, but we'll see. He could have backed into another car in a parking lot from what I can tell.
We'll see what happens. He looked like the real deal in OSU's spring game.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but a failure to control doesn't sound like something that would get you arrested.
The car thing is from a while ago. The arrest people are talking about now supposedly happened over the weekend. They are different stories. Unless I'm the confused one?
Well, if the status of that case really is arrested, maybe he failed to follow court orders of some sort? Though, for traffic issues that don't involve alcohol, that usually just results in a suspended license, as far as I am aware.
Everyone fails to control their vehicles.
So if this is serious, does that put Green back on Ohio's board?
Maybe, but I doubt it puts Ohio back on Green's board.
I see what you did there. Good Job.
Unless he was drunk, I don't forsee serious consequences. Most likely, he was probably going too fast and lost control, leading to a simple criminal traffic case.
The report I saw said it aw this weekend. Still not a 100% on what exactly he did.
This appears to me to be a man throwing stones AT a glass house. The metaphor is too complex for me to interpret.
Those near glass sheds should not try to catch the stones thrown from withing those glass sheds, because soon your hands will be too full to catch more stones.
I got one of those tickets for sliding off the road going 20 during a snowstorm and damaging my bumper. Didn't damage public or private property and found out later on that I shouldn't have called police to the scene because the insurance company didn't need a report. Anytime you cross the outer lines on the road you fail to control in the great state of Ohio. This could be literally nothing.
So you were arrested too? If not, then apples to oranges.
An arrest is only as meaningul as the charges that come after. Overzealous police officers do exist.
This is just a traffic ticket, and really isn't any big deal. Plenty of adults make this mistake every day, and it usually doesn't reflect on their character. Nowadays, police are pretty much required to give at least one ticket in any accident, to produce revenue and recoup the costs of sending them there.
That being said, anything that turns up the heat on Urban Meyer is great. I know it's mean-spirited, but I want to see Meyer fail at Ohio. Because they got off so easily for ten years of cheating under Tressel, it would be great if the dominos fall in a direction that causes Ohio at least five years of misery.
You don't get arrested for just sliding off the road in bad weather. How difficult is it to see the difference?
To be fair, whenever youre being issued a driving citation, you're under arrest - which means simply 'to stop'. Try to walk away from being issued a driving ticket and you'll receive a 'resisting arrest' count added on.
Eleven warriors has an update on their front page that says there was a new arrest this weekend and it's not referring to the failure to control. And a commenter says that Bucknuts is hearing it's marijuana possession. Obviously nothing legit yet, though.
I hope this doesn't have long lasting effects on him
He plays for the enemy and was stupid. You get a chance to go to college free, be a celebrity, drive a new car, bang unlimited hotties, and play football! You throw that away by breaking the law! Wtf!
FWIW, 11W and Bucknuts are working on the assumption that it's weed related.
As a side note, given all the marijuana-related arrested among football players of late, it's baffling how often these guys are getting caught and cited. I know plenty of lifelong weed smokers, and absolutely none of them has ever been cited. On the few occasions in which they've come in contact with cops, the cops have issued nothing more than warnings. Yet these young athletes get written up all the time. I can't help wondering whether that's because cops are more inclined to pull over guys who fit a certain profile.
Could be the profile of a guy not wearing his seatbelt, which lots of people get pulled over for every day...
I just hope we still have a football team by September. Its not looking good for Dunn.
Is AIRBHG looking to expand?
I wouldn't be carrying drugs if was 18 and driving a car I couldn't afford. #gotoohio&getanewcarfree
Hotties, football, free college, celebrity status, and vip travel. Hey I think I will break the law. You are so stupid that you couldn't leave your pipe at home! People that do this should be banned from their programs. They can get a second chance like the rest of us would, at another college. I bet the kid was driving a brand new "loaner car" like Smith, Clarrett, Pryor, etc,.
While trolling 11Warriors, I was reading about Dunn's arrest. It appears that there was a passenger in the car with Dunn. Don't be surprised if the passenger claims that the pipe was his, absolving Dunn of any guilt.
Not if Urban Meyer were the passenger. Or should I say Herbin Meyer.
If Dunn had signed on at Michigan, he would have had his seat belt on waiting for a new recruit and none of this would have happened.
I'm really curious on how this went from a seat belt violation to a car search for drugs. Did Dunn and co. have the pipe out when the cop walked up, were they smoking immediately before they got pulled over, or did the cop just decide that it's been too long since he last conducted a random car search.
Mike Adams was cited for similar charges in 2009 and was suspended for 2 games. I'm expecting a similar punishment for Dunn. Adams was also later found innocent of all charges due to providing a clean drug test to the court and lack of evidence.
Not arrested, according to the Canton newspaper. Seatbelt violation and drug paraphernalia, both misdemeanors. http://www.cantonrep.com/news/x521644618/Brionte-Dunn-found-with-drug-paraphernalia-during-traffic-stop
A seatbelt violation is a misdemeanor? Is that typical or only in that post apocalyptic state?
THis is sort of whatever unless his next drug test comes up completely clean, in which case it's like, "So you had the bong and the lighter, but smoked no bowls? Right..."
Whoever did that last edit is really embellishing the story...the article clearly states it was "less" than 200 grams, not "close to a half pound."
You think someone would do that? Just lie on the internet like that?
The significance of the less than 200 grams was that keeps Dunn from being charged with felony. It could have been written better as when I first read it, I thought it read with the meaning close to 200 grams. But I'm not sure it's that far from the truth though.
If it was a small amount of marijuana (less than 100 grams), it probably would have been indicated that way as that is a different charge. And the fact they don't include the actual amount makes me think they were cutting the kid a break. Based on the way it is written and the laws, the logical conclusion is that he was holding 100-200 grams of marijuana with it probably being closer to the higher end or he probably would have been hit with a lower charge.
When you take into account his prior driving record reported yesterday, the fact he avoided any charges like DUI or reckless driving leads you to believe the police were taking it easy on him. He almost ran a red light and hit a police cruiser while not wearing a seat belt with drugs in the car. If that is the case, it wouldn't surprise me if they underreported the amount of marijuana he was carrying as well.
The weed matches the stupid stickers they put on their sparkly helmets.