I hope for a quick and safe outcome for everyone involved...
I hope for a quick and safe outcome for everyone involved...
Which I believe is outside South Bend, between SB and Elkhart.
The subdivision is in the very NE corner of St Joe county. Just a few hundred yards from the state line. My wife's co-worker lives 2 streets over.
"The neighbor told WSBT several children and a woman made it safely out of the home."
That's good news.
There goes his career.
This is probably not the most important issue at play here.
The neighbor told WSBT several children and a woman made it safely out of the home.
Our reporter at the scene says he heard additional shots fired after his arrival.
Were the children and woman already out of the house? That's what I want to know!
Well, good thing we didn't hire him as our DB coach. As I recall, he really wanted the job.
I admit to having the same first thought, but in the end, that's way less important right now than the potential loss of life or whatever else is going on with Corwin. He had a strong connection to Michigan for a while, and in recent years has been dickish about us (negative recruiting, bitching about not getting the db job), but it is always sad to see someone who was associated with our program go down like this.
Unfortunately he will be sitting in prison shortly. Hopefully he doesn't pull the trigger on his head
Is there any sort of filter on that brain of your's or do just shit out whatever retarded thought you have for everyone to read in public forums?
Unemployed (out of football at least) and the fact that repeated head trauma can lead to depression does not sound good. I hope this ends as well as it possibly can.
The stuff with Dave Duerson (who played at Notre Dame and then for the Bears and others) started with a domestic violence arrest and he continued going downhill until killing himself and asking that his brain be studied. Hope this isn't another similar situation.
Google "Legacy Institute" or "Chris Nowinski."
Seth: That's not going to be good for business.
Jerry: That's not going to be good for anybody.
(No Seinfeld fans out there? Just trying to lighten the otherwise bummer of a mood.)
That was the Kenny Rogers episode, with the fake fur hats.
Despite the ND work, I still love me some Cornflakes.
Maybe he was shooting his car.
(Richard Pryor, anybody?)
Hopefully this ends without anyone getting hurt.
No wait, that was Shonte Peoples.
Can't be right about ANYTHING, can he?
I might go take a drive by that house now instead
Maybe he had Shonte Peoples over to visit.....
(For those of you who were at UM when those guys were, this would make sense)
Hope things turn out okay. Always liked the guy even when he worked for ND and was mildly disappointed he didn't latch on with our new staff.
Sorry, I couldn't resist.
I hope he does not hurt himself or anyone else.
That statement is one step away from "everybody kills people." I guess its technically true, but come on.
Really insightful contribution to this thread. But I guess when you post 100 times in a day you're not going to win them all.
I don't usually read comments at the bottom of web stories, but this one made me laugh:
"Good thing he isn't actively with the team. He could get suspended right up until game 1 for this. "
I saw that too. In the midst of a dreadful story, I actually found myself feeling guilty for LOL'ing at that comment.
Wow it is already on his wikipedia page.
A cached version of his Wikipedia page, which showed up in a google search, identified today as his day of death, with a reference to the SWAT team incident. However, his current wikipedia page mentions none of this -- probably because we really don't know anything yet.
It is always interesting to see the first edits on Wikipedia after a suddent event. However, those first edits are often not consistent with the facts.
I wish him and his family well at this time.
What I take from your post, is this: WIKIPEDIA CAN PREDICT THE FUTURE !!!
Wow, I didn't know that. I just thought Wikipedia was the only website that is always 100% accurate. Well, perfectly accurate one-hundred percent accurate 60% of the time.
Uh, no. What I am saying is that early reports are often wrong. That has been true throughout history. Wikipedia is no different. In fact, I noticed that Wikipedia editors had retracted any "news" that wasn't verified, which is admirable.
Wikipedia haters are similar to blog haters who want there voracity verified. That said, early reports on Wikipedia (and anywhere else) have to be taken with many grains of salt.
For a writer it's akin to Tim's prewritten Hello posts.
I remember I pulled up New Orleans' Wikipedia page as the Katrina flooding was wreaking havoc upon that city, and the first edits read "New Orleans was a major city in the Southeastern United States that was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina in August 2005..."
Kind of a strong reaction to Michigan not getting Armani Reeves, he's not even our DB Coach!
Crazy stuff. Hopefully everyone makes it out of this situation safely.
Latest is that Brown is still in the home and they're shutting off the power...from @RadioCarl
Come out and surrender or your fridge is gonna smell somethin terrible.
Yes the Police have cut power to the house.
Both entrances to the neighborhood are blocked off, with two squad cars at each entrance. They're not letting anyone into the neighborhood, even those who live there, so anyone with a car has to park it on the grass on the outside of the neighborhood. It looked like the police are taking plate numbers and asking where the people parking their cars live too, It I couldn't see inside the neighborhood for too long, but it looked like the power people were still in there somewhere. That's all I could really see with a quick drive by.
Well well well, now Michael Taylor looks like a genius...
Thought he might make our staff look less old, white, and bald. Which while technically true, isn't really reason enough to believe Hoke made the wrong call on this one, either.
Corwin Brown has left the scene of a seven hour standoff with St. Joseph County Police injured with a self-inflicted gun shot to the torso and is listed in fair condition.
I'm praying for Cornflakes.
He and Alfie Burch sublet the apartment across the hall from me back in the summer of '89. Nice guys. Too bad.
This was like a mile or two from me. Glad to hear he's alive.