Titus Young, and the case for Nature over Nurture

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  1. Phall

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    In the endless quest to push the bar for black behavior as low as possible, Lions superstar Titus Young has broached a new frontier.

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    The snowy locale and Ice People inhabitants of the Boise State campus failed to reform the corrupt hardwiring in Titus Young The Senior's brain. That Nurture could not overcome his Nature.

    Never in my life have I heard even fables of such petulance. Randy Moss couldn't force his way out of the league by jogging through running plays, but now that passivity has been trumped by actual destruction. I can't imagine a worse act of mutiny apart from tackling your own running back as a "protest" of the playbook. With ten more years of unfettered black attitude, we will see that day.
     
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    Nice post, I wasn't aware this turd was that idiotic, but it certainly doesn't surprise me.

    As far as making errors on purpose, the vile Gary Sheffield has admitted he purposely made throwing errors at shortstop early in his career, because he didn't want play in Milwaukee. But that was a while back...More recently, I think Manny Ramirez did the same thing when he wanted out of Boston.


    P.S: I think another black player on the Lions just put "Sr." on the back of his jersey, along with Young. Can't wait until the day I see a high school game and they show the top sophomore on ESPN's Top 100 High School list with a name like Jarvoni Washington Sr.
     
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    **** that I want to watch a highschool game where there's a player named LeMaurice Sheldon I, he can bring his grandson.
     
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    World Championship-caliber thug/buffoon, Titus Young, manages to get arrested twice in a single day…

    Who wants to bet that yet another team will “take a chance” on this little black pencil-neck and super-malcontent, while a far more talented players like Austin Collie will remain unsigned?
     
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    well with Collie they will claim the concussion issue. Last time I checked Hillis was still a free agent.Every time someone an article suggests a particular team pick him up its filled with crap that dwfs have been told over and over, that he is a headcase, a diva and should "join the cia like he wanted". The media really screwed him over in Cleveland. The guy missed one game because of bad advice from an agent and missed a kids Halloween event, and has had some hamstring issues. Thats it. He can still run. He had a 100 yard game last year when finally used on some real carries, instead of the same predictable inside zone play where the guards kept getting shoved backwards.

    Whatever happened to Blair White?

    and regarding Boise St receivers, Tyler Shoemaker had the most potential out of the most recent ones and wasn't even considered, I don't even think he got a tryout running in the 4.4 range with production to back it up.
     
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    Here are the specifics of Young’s third arrest this week, which might be an all-time Afrolete record…

    Wait...how did the cops manage to run down a “world class” black athlete that exclusively relies upon his speed to make a living? Young must be stupid and slow. Ahh, but despite being a stupendously “troubled youff,” I can envision this little clown-girl receiving yet opportunity to prove that he isn’t a very good football player or human being. Perhaps Bill Belichick will attempt to “reform” this pea-brained wretch as he did Corey Dillon, Randy Moss, Chad Ochocinco, Alfonso Dennard, Aquib Talib, etc? Below is a primitive-looking photo of “Young Sr.” (complete with jet-black eyes, lips like inner tubes, a neanderthal-esque forehead, golf ball-sized nostrils, and brillo pad tufts of fuzz) immediately subsequent to the incident…

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    CAPTION: “Handsome” Titus Young Sr.
     
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    Guy on the radio in Detroit said that he's almost as bad as Ryan Leaf. :wacko: Because, you know, there aren't any black affaletes to compare him to.
     
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    "In another twist of the Titus Young case, he was also charged for felony theft at a convenience on May 4. That makes 4 incidents in 9 days"


    Now if he doesn't get another shot, there really aren't that many black athletes to compare him to

    the family is blaming a mental disorder, players like Brandon Marshall have tried to reach out and help. Tons of people have mental disorders and don't do crap like this, thats more of a personality disorder which is harder to fix. I mean lets say you were hearing voices to kill someone, you wouldn't listen to them and follow through and less you had a personality disorder. My cousin went through something like that and the only thing he has been arrested for is urinating in public.


    Now I see why Marshall offered help, he was diagnosed with a personality disorder and supposedly got better with treatment.
     
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    I think it has more to do with what Don likes to refer to as his "inner African" :afro:! :lol:
     

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