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  • Mark Chmura: Shut Up

       April 03, 2006

    I see that Mark Chmura decided to crawl out from whatever rock he's been under (apparently that rock is on Milwaukee's ESPN radio station) and comment on the Brett Favre situation. Chmura said:

    People who don't think that it's all about him are fooling themselves. With a quote like 'What are they gonna do, cut me?' It's all about him. Where it's hypocritical is, (Favre is) very critical of Javon Walker and, 'He's not a team player, you know (Walker) doesn't care about the team.

    Personally, I think Favre can do whatever the hell he wants. That's one of the perks you get when you're one of the greatest football players of all time. And, I'm also willing to cut the man some slack since in the last year and a half he's lost his father, his wife got breast cancer and his hometown was devastated by Hurricane Katrina. He's got a lot on his plate.

    Others are certainly entitled to their opinions, but Chmura isn't really interested in Favre's football future. What he really wanted to do was whine about the fact that he doesn't have a relationship with him anymore:

    He's a selfish guy. He's a very selfish guy. And what people don't know, I'm not going to say this to throw the guy under the bus, but this is a guy from my arrest to my acquittal never called me one time. I mean, it was disappointing, but you find out what people are made of and what they're all about. I tell you what, and the friends I have now, I wouldn't trade them for anything.

    Chmura's pissed because Favre, the father of two daughters, doesn't want to associate with a married man who got a bunch of 17 and 18-year olds drunk and then fooled around (whether consensually or not, does it really matter?) with his 17-year old babysitter.

    I'm shocked that a man like Chmura has the gall to question anyone's character. Although, I shouldn't be. After all, Chmura refused to meet with Bill Clinton at the White House after Super Bowl XXXI because he "lost respect" for Clinton due to his relationship with Monica Lewinsky. When Chmura calls Favre a hypocrite, I guess he's relying on the "takes-one-to-know-one defense".

    While Chmura was acquitted of sexual assault, he is guilty of being a dumbass. As such, he should just shut up.

    Posted by at April 3, 2006 09:01 PM

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    #  April 3rd, 2006 11:14 PM      james
    remember when chmura was entertaining the idea of running for congress? what a joke.

    i've never liked the guy. he's the walking embodiment of "ignorant meathead."  



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