Irsay arrest raises questions about h...

Irsay arrest raises questions about history of addiction problems

There are 4 comments on the WTHR-TV Indianapolis story from Mar 17, 2014, titled Irsay arrest raises questions about history of addiction problems. In it, WTHR-TV Indianapolis reports that:

Indianapolis leaders are considering a curfew change for teens in the city. Monday night, an Indianapolis City-County Councilor will introduce an ordinance that would move up the city's curfew for 15- Take a drive around Lebanon and you'll see plenty of places for sale, but nothing quite like the property at the corner of Washington and Meridian.

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#1 Mar 18, 2014
He has been kinda goofy for awhile now.....

Chicago, IL

#2 Mar 18, 2014
Let's keep in mind,Irsay has had it extremely rough. It's tough to grow up in extreme luxury. It's also hard to live a life of leisure. He inherited millions from his father,that's tough. It's also really hard on an individual to ask for handouts/welfare from the city of Indianapolis knowing the PTB will automatically capitulate to your requests.

Let's be real,do you know how hard it has been for him to never have lifted a box,chair,or anything beyond a pill or liquor bottle in his life? That's tough stuff right there. It's a wonder his biceps have not atrophied.

Could you go through life never having to turn a screwdriver,never having to change a lightbulb,and never have had to clean up after yourself? It's hard. It's tough. It's a depressing existence.

Can you imagine what it's like to have never been held accountable for your actions? It could drive a man to drink! That's genuine hardship.

Can you imagine becoming a billionaire in a short time span of your life because of your Daddy and the Hoosier taxpayer? One could become depressed over such a hardship.

Can you imagine how hard it is to have gold-diggers throw themselves at you? It would bum me out.

Do you know how stressful it is to arrive at your estate and wonder if the electric gate to your estate is going to open? That's too much stress for one man.

I can only imagine the pain it would cause if total strangers came to your defense when you're busted for unlawful transgressions of the law. That is just awful and could cause one to become extremely bummed out/despondent.

Good food and drink......Nothing but the best. That's gotta totally s*ck.

It's a rough life.

Chicago, IL

#3 Mar 18, 2014
One more....

It must totally s*ck knowing you can spend $800,000 and buy the guitar a rock icon has used.......But your money can never buy real and genuine talent. When you play through the icon's guitar......the only sound you can make is one of an amateur.
The Blue Trust

Chicago, IL

#4 Apr 6, 2014

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