This was probably inevitable: Art Schlichter swindles widow out of almost $700K, attorney blames concussions he suffered playing college ball for Schlichter’s behavior.
Filed under Crime and Punishment, The Body Is A Temple
It is another round of “victim syndrome” and excuse not to take personal responsibility in a different form. “Just precious” What is next? Constipation caused a person to kill another. LOL.
I hope that’s what you’re telling your kid next time he has a concussion.
Yeah, and hope Schlichter doesn’t get hit while serving the 10+ yrs.
It could change his personality to honest and truthful.
Gosh, do you think that cocaine had anything to do with crying and pleading for money, some of which came out of a retirement couple’s SS. Do you think? Huh? Huh?
Twinkies. That’s what did it.
Hot topic right now with all the sports talk jock sniffers. Swindling widows, dementia, erectile disfunction- all caused by sports concussions…
“Twinkie Defense” on steroids and cocaine.
Not to mention that he is a compulsive gambler. There are enough addictions to maybe call for treatment, but this guy has used been there too many times.
Next E60 topic for Jeremy Schap – …Tiger Woods missing cuts related to past concussion…
Yeah, was that a wedge or a nine iron?
It was a 4 iron that was used bravely by his wife to free him from an SUV gone amuck and crashing into a neighbors tree. First used on the trunk window to allow airflow from the front window driver’s side that was immediately ventilated thereafter, this spunky iron was used effectively to remove him from the disaster of having to breath his own air. As in any daring and quick rescue, things can also go wrong. Ventilating an SUV is frought also with the danger of the emergency service recipient getting conked.
Recovering while lying on his neigthbors entrance walk, he thanked his wife for her freeing him from the wreck and choosing the correct iron to break heavy SUV glass. “She’s one in twenty”, he said while recovering in the hospital. He amended, “….uuhhh, make that twenty three.”
drop the used please,. Should be been there.
I give up!
“We’re always looking for the aggregate of marginal gains.” — Kirby Smart, The Athletic, 7/16/19
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