Helping hands for Ravens, less fortunate

Helping hands for Ravens, less fortunate

There are 11 comments on the Baltimore Sun story from Nov 29, 2008, titled Helping hands for Ravens, less fortunate. In it, Baltimore Sun reports that:

On Tuesday, Mark Clayton passed out turkeys and Thanksgiving baskets to needy families at Diakon Place in East Baltimore.

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Joe Mess East BMore

Columbia, MD

#1 Nov 29, 2008
Let's get this win and get back home!!
ruth

Flint, MI

#2 Nov 29, 2008
Thanks Mark Clayton for your community involvement. Thanks to all Raven players who participate in community outreach. Mark, please never, ever, do that backflip thing again. Seriously, it's dangerous. Good luck, this weekend. Go Ravens!
Joe Mess East BMore

Columbia, MD

#3 Nov 29, 2008
Yeah Ruth, the Ravens did that at 12 different locations yesterday. Ray Lewis has been doing it his entire career, with no mention by the ntional media. I saw the 5 minute clip of Tom Brady ( aka Tom Lady )doing the same thing on Thanksgiving day on MSNBC, CNN, FOX, NBC, ABC, and of course.....The NFL Network. they even had it going across their ticker at the bottom of the screen all day at The Network. I join you in thanking the Ravens for all of their efforts in the community. It's amazing how much they do. No wonder this city loves them so much. Another great opportuniy missed by the Orioles.
Ravensman

Edgewater, MD

#4 Nov 29, 2008
What a class act! I liked this guy when we drafted him and I like him even more now. Mark my words, once Mason retires we will see how valuable he really is.
Sammy

Clarksville, MD

#5 Nov 29, 2008
Joe Mess East BMore wrote:
Yeah Ruth, the Ravens did that at 12 different locations yesterday. Ray Lewis has been doing it his entire career, with no mention by the ntional media. I saw the 5 minute clip of Tom Brady ( aka Tom Lady )doing the same thing on Thanksgiving day on MSNBC, CNN, FOX, NBC, ABC, and of course.....The NFL Network. they even had it going across their ticker at the bottom of the screen all day at The Network. I join you in thanking the Ravens for all of their efforts in the community. It's amazing how much they do. No wonder this city loves them so much. Another great opportuniy missed by the Orioles.
Joe eat me, If you do things like this just to get a pat on the back you're doing them for the wrong reasons. I guess if you helpled out a soup kitchen you would have the News trucks outside. Get a life.
Jonosmith

Towson, MD

#6 Nov 29, 2008
Sammy wrote:
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Joe ****, If you do things like this just to get a pat on the back you're doing them for the wrong reasons. I guess if you helpled out a soup kitchen you would have the News trucks outside. Get a life.
Sammy *****,

I've done "things like this " and you know what, when it comes down to it, no one cares why you do it or how much publicity you get or don't get.

What matters is that you do it.

So instead siting on your butt and questioning people's motives and taking shots at them why don't you get your organic mass off that couch and get out there and help.
Sammy

Clarksville, MD

#7 Nov 29, 2008
Jonosmith wrote:
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Sammy ******,
I've done "things like this " and you know what, when it comes down to it, no one cares why you do it or how much publicity you get or don't get.
What matters is that you do it.
So instead siting on your butt and questioning people's motives and taking shots at them why don't you get your organic mass off that couch and get out there and help.
I did, I helped your wife get over your organic mass you no class idiot.
Sammy

Clarksville, MD

#8 Nov 29, 2008
Why is the Sun paper always the last to know what is going on in the NFL.
The Pitt game on the 14th has been changed to 4:15. Why to be on top of things.
Jonosmith

Towson, MD

#9 Nov 29, 2008
Sammy wrote:
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I did, I helped your wife get over your organic mass you no class idiot.
See Sammy, it's posts like this that get you classified as the next Fire Trembley or Anti-Gary. By the way I don't have a wife, which should give you more grist for your mill.
Joe Mess East BMore

Columbia, MD

#10 Nov 30, 2008
Sammy wrote:
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Joe ****, If you do things like this just to get a pat on the back you're doing them for the wrong reasons. I guess if you helpled out a soup kitchen you would have the News trucks outside. Get a life.
Yo Sammy, not that it's any of your damned business but my 4 year old daughter, my wife and myself did work at the Bea Gaddy center on Thanksgivng day feeding the homeless for @ 5 hours. 2 things that weren't there. You and a news truck. I got a life b*tch. Enjoy your Redskin game.
Rich

Cedar Rapids, IA

#11 Nov 30, 2008
Clayton has taken a lot of heat for being a bust. Looks like Harbaugh's and Cam's magic is starting to work on Clayton. We'll see. Any way this is a good story about Clayton. So I am back in his corner rooting him on.

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