Ditto Read the same thing. The signs were still up from previous event...Heineken was pissed!I read on snopes (if you trust this source) that Heineken sponsored an event there a day or two before this happened and the signs were never taken down. But of course I don't know for sure.
Then forced to drink skunked Heineken (easily done by exposing it to sunlight for a short amount of time) until they either soil themselves, or lose consciousness. At which time, Bubba, the 300# brick (who just got out of prison) gets to have his way with them.Yeah all those people should be forced to fight for their lives. See how they like it.
What's the difference between good Heineken and skunked Heineken?Then forced to drink skunked Heineken (easily done by exposing it to sunlight for a short amount of time) until they either soil themselves, or lose consciousness. At which time, Bubba, the 300# brick (who just got out of prison) gets to have his way with them.
LolzJ-Pizzel said:I always see the same respected poster nag about how this is in that post, that's in this post, this has already been covered. Why waste all your time through all these posts, injecting something that isn't at all constructive, let alone in a negative manner. In the end, everyone will keep making new threads and covering subjects that have been exhausted- who cares???? The HBT thread authority and the shortage of endangered web space? If anything, save your time and carry on! Just my 2 cents. Rant off.
Or one of the best known NFL quarterbacks doing it.Why does this have to be asked even? Did one of the world's most known breweries sponsor a dog fight?
Really? That's like Bud bringing you crush videos.
Those are individuals performing those actions. I'd hardly try to extrapolate those instances to a corporation throwing money at something such as dog fights.Or one of the best known NFL quarterbacks doing it.
or a PGA golfer with 1 of the most carefully crafted public images getting caught in a sex scandal.
Or the winningest football coach of all time at 1 of the most respected NCAA football programs covering up child sexual abuse.