Why Does Skip Bayless Hate Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers?

Dec 29, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: BleacherReport

One would think in order to be a successful journalist, you must possess an air of objectivity, which in turn would lead to credibility.

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GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#306 Jan 27, 2012
packluv1 wrote:
<quoted text> Are you so stupid that you think you are an owner?
Jealousy is such an ugly emotion. Or are you just angry about building those mansions and bank accounts for the McCaskeys? You are welcome to see my stock certificate any time. That's the closest you will ever get to an NFL owner. God knows the McCaskeys will never let the likes of you anywhere near them. They will take your money, but they won't take your company or your presence anywhere near them.

“DA BEARS FAN!”

Since: Dec 11

Location hidden

#307 Jan 27, 2012
GBPfan wrote:
<quoted text>
Jealousy is such an ugly emotion. Or are you just angry about building those mansions and bank accounts for the McCaskeys? You are welcome to see my stock certificate any time. That's the closest you will ever get to an NFL owner. God knows the McCaskeys will never let the likes of you anywhere near them. They will take your money, but they won't take your company or your presence anywhere near them.
Don't need to look at a piece of paper, they sell them on e-bay.

“DA BEARS FAN!”

Since: Dec 11

Location hidden

#308 Jan 27, 2012
GBPfan wrote:
<quoted text>
Jealousy is such an ugly emotion. Or are you just angry about building those mansions and bank accounts for the McCaskeys? You are welcome to see my stock certificate any time. That's the closest you will ever get to an NFL owner. God knows the McCaskeys will never let the likes of you anywhere near them. They will take your money, but they won't take your company or your presence anywhere near them.
I sound jealous? hmmmm you are very jealous of the McCaskeys. I can see why. Jealous that they are real owners of an NFL team. Jealous that real NFL owners are rich and live in mansions. Thats the way the world works my friend. At least you believe you are an owner, and thats all that matters. Why don't you take your stock certificate to the ticket gate and see if they will let you in the owners suite!
GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#309 Jan 27, 2012
packluv1 wrote:
<quoted text> Don't need to look at a piece of paper, they sell them on e-bay.
Apparently you never have read what is printed on the stock certificates. Go ahead and purchase one of those e-bay things. Then you can CLAIM to be a Packer owner too. I understand some people print college degrees also. If I were you, I'd buy the fake Packer stock instead. Nobody will ever believe you went to college.

If you want to be a real NFL owner, why not buy the real stock? It's only $275 per share. I know Bronco fans here that purchased some of the stock simply for the novelty and so they could claim to be an NFL owner. We don't have any problem with Bear fans joining us. Support for the Packers is always welcome. You can help to keep Packer tickets the best bargain in all of professional sports.
GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#310 Jan 27, 2012
packluv1 wrote:
<quoted text> I sound jealous? hmmmm you are very jealous of the McCaskeys.
Of course I am. How wouldn't want a bunch of brain dead suckers giving them billions of dollars? I wish I had a racket like the McCaskeys have going.

“DA BEARS FAN!”

Since: Dec 11

Location hidden

#311 Jan 27, 2012
GBPfan wrote:
<quoted text>
Apparently you never have read what is printed on the stock certificates. Go ahead and purchase one of those e-bay things. Then you can CLAIM to be a Packer owner too. I understand some people print college degrees also. If I were you, I'd buy the fake Packer stock instead. Nobody will ever believe you went to college.
If you want to be a real NFL owner, why not buy the real stock? It's only $275 per share. I know Bronco fans here that purchased some of the stock simply for the novelty and so they could claim to be an NFL owner. We don't have any problem with Bear fans joining us. Support for the Packers is always welcome. You can help to keep Packer tickets the best bargain in all of professional sports.
Why would i purchase stock that drops to 2.5 cents after you buy it? You said it yourself "novelty".
GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#312 Jan 27, 2012
packluv1 wrote:
<quoted text>Why would i purchase stock that drops to 2.5 cents after you buy it? You said it yourself "novelty".
Why? To help the Packers keep their ticket prices way lower than market forces would make them otherwise. To allow the Packers to maintain the lowest debt to income ratio in the NFL. To insure the Packers remain the most finacially secure and most successful franchise in the NFL. To insure that the Green Bay Packers continue donating millions of dollars to charitable organizations throughout Wisconsin.

Why does anybody invest in the millions of nonprofit corporations in this country? Each and every investor in a nonprofit knows they cannot and will not ever receive stock dividends or financial benefit. It's in the name: Nonprofit Corporation. What don't you understand about the word "nonprofit"? I'm sorry that your entire world operates in terms of financial benefit to you. There are more things of value in the world than money. If you accept my financial help perhaps you will learn that someday. I know that being poor and stupid makes it impossible for you to understand philanthropy or the benefit of charitable causes. I want to help free you of your ignorance. Let me help!
eric

Marshfield, WI

#313 Jan 27, 2012
packluv1 wrote:
<quoted text> I would like to see any QB in the league do what cutler can with the Offense line and WR we have. Rodgers is not in the same league as Brady.
and Cutler isnt in the same league at Rodgers so it sucks to be Cutler and a Bears fan then hah?
well Cutler took himself out of an NFC title game and your backup out played him under pressure ( title game situation).
PackerBacker-Wic hitaKs

Wichita, KS

#314 Jan 27, 2012
GBPfan wrote:
<quoted text>
So your plan to head off the issue was to raise it after all this time? IMO that is a strange way to head off the issue. In any event, I hope we don't have to listen to the same things being said about Aaron as we did about Brett. If other fans want to say those things, so be it. If so-called Packer fans do it, they are going to hear from me.
Boys, boys. Wasn't trying start anything here. Each of us has our own way following and cheering for the Packers. Whether it be criticizing or commenting should make no difference. GBPfan we know how you feel and Eric you know you feel. However, GBPfan do not think we are anyless a Packers fan than you are because of the way we express ourselves even if it is critcism. Regardless of how you perceive a Packers fan should be is irrelevant to me. I choose, as I am pretty sure Eric does, to comment and be critical of a team or a player if is something that I feel. If you can't live with that or understand that that's your problem. I don't think you wrote the handbook on how to be a fan.

“Nice Ring eh?”

Since: Jan 11

Baton Rouge. La

#315 Jan 27, 2012
GBPfan wrote:
<quoted text>
I checked again. The Official NFL Record and Fact Book still says:
TEAM RECORDS
CHAMPIONSHIPS
Most Seasons League Champion
13 Green Bay, 1929-1931, 1936, 1939, 1944,
1961-62, 1965-67, 1996, 2010
13 to 1 and 13 to 6 are both cute.
Dude, I still can't believe you are quoting stats from all these dead guys. THEY HAD NOTHING TO DO WITH THE PACK DOUBLE DIGIT LOST THIS YEAR! Face it.... the Pack sucked so let it rest.

WHO DAT
BE BACK
SMACK DA
PACK!!!!
Go Blue

West Palm Beach, FL

#316 Jan 27, 2012
...Neither did he....lol....
GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#317 Jan 27, 2012
PackerBacker-WichitaKs wrote:
<quoted text>Boys, boys. Wasn't trying start anything here. Each of us has our own way following and cheering for the Packers. Whether it be criticizing or commenting should make no difference. GBPfan we know how you feel and Eric you know you feel. However, GBPfan do not think we are anyless a Packers fan than you are because of the way we express ourselves even if it is critcism. Regardless of how you perceive a Packers fan should be is irrelevant to me. I choose, as I am pretty sure Eric does, to comment and be critical of a team or a player if is something that I feel. If you can't live with that or understand that that's your problem. I don't think you wrote the handbook on how to be a fan.
Regardless of how you perceive a Packers fan should be is irrelevant to me. If you can't live with that or understand that, that's your problem.

I will comment about any so-called Packer fan that starts bashing Packer players or teams for "only winning one" NFL Championship. That is simply classless. I did it in the past. I will do it in the future. I always have and I always will. As I've said, it doesn't change for me from year to year or player to player. I respect ALL Packer champions. If you don't like that, it's just too bad ... for you!

Everybody has the right to be a classless a-hole. And I have a right to point it out. If people don't want it pointed out, there is a very simple way to avoid it. They simply have to not be a classless a-hole.
GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#318 Jan 27, 2012
Who_Dat_Charlie wrote:
<quoted text>
Dude, I still can't believe you are quoting stats from all these dead guys. THEY HAD NOTHING TO DO WITH THE PACK DOUBLE DIGIT LOST THIS YEAR! Face it.... the Pack sucked so let it rest.
WHO DAT
BE BACK
SMACK DA
PACK!!!!
Dude, it's not a quote from me. This is a quote from the NFL. Specifically, it's a quote from page 560 of the Official NFL Record and Fact Book, which says:

TEAM RECORDS
CHAMPIONSHIPS
Most Seasons League Champion
13 Green Bay, 1929-1931, 1936, 1939, 1944,
1961-62, 1965-67, 1996, 2010

I'm sorry the NFL has upset you. However, I can't help you with that. You need to take your complaint to the NFL. When you do, let me know what they have to say. I'm very interested.
PackerBacker-Wic hitaKs

Wichita, KS

#319 Jan 28, 2012
GBPfan wrote:
<quoted text>
Regardless of how you perceive a Packers fan should be is irrelevant to me. If you can't live with that or understand that, that's your problem.
I will comment about any so-called Packer fan that starts bashing Packer players or teams for "only winning one" NFL Championship. That is simply classless. I did it in the past. I will do it in the future. I always have and I always will. As I've said, it doesn't change for me from year to year or player to player. I respect ALL Packer champions. If you don't like that, it's just too bad ... for you!
Everybody has the right to be a classless a-hole. And I have a right to point it out. If people don't want it pointed out, there is a very simple way to avoid it. They simply have to not be a classless a-hole.
Here we go again. Another off season of listening to your perception of what a fan is. Once again your over-reaction has been predictable. Everyone is a classless a-hole, a basher or a so-called fan just because they don't fit your definition of what you think a fan should be. Regardless, I know that the other Packer fans, myself included, on this forum are just as big a fan of the Packers as you are. And, like you, we also have the right to comment even critcize what the Packers are doing or not doing. You want everyone to know that you are such a great fan. That's ok. I know where I stand as a Packer fan as I have been for the last 45+ years. You have the right to your opinions just as we have a right to ours. There are times though, that you treat this forum as if were the GBPfan forum and not a Packer forum. Probably just to soothe your ego and your presumption that you are the standard bearer when it comes to being a Packer fan.
Joe Krupinski

Great Neck, NY

#320 Jan 28, 2012
I feel so sorry for the Packers fans, isn't it a bitch trying to make conversation when you're NOT in the Super Bowl. Now us Giants fans are a different story. We can gab away at who is slightly injured, who is running those pass routes like a gazelle (Cruz or Nicks, take your pick), how Eli is throwing that ball in practice. Sorry, Packers fans, you had all your fun last year.
GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#321 Jan 28, 2012
PackerBacker-WichitaKs wrote:
<quoted text>Here we go again. Another off season of listening to your perception of what a fan is. Once again your over-reaction has been predictable. Everyone is a classless a-hole, a basher or a so-called fan just because they don't fit your definition of what you think a fan should be. Regardless, I know that the other Packer fans, myself included, on this forum are just as big a fan of the Packers as you are. And, like you, we also have the right to comment even critcize what the Packers are doing or not doing. You want everyone to know that you are such a great fan. That's ok. I know where I stand as a Packer fan as I have been for the last 45+ years. You have the right to your opinions just as we have a right to ours. There are times though, that you treat this forum as if were the GBPfan forum and not a Packer forum. Probably just to soothe your ego and your presumption that you are the standard bearer when it comes to being a Packer fan.
I never called myself the standard bearer when it comes to being a Packer fan. I simply said that I respect every Packer team and player that has won an NFL Championship. Is there something wrong with that? I said I won't ever criticize a Packer team or player (past or present) for only winning one Super Bowl. I never have. Should I start doing that now? I don't think that kind of criticism shows class. In my opinion, so-called Packer fans that have or would criticize Packers for winning "only one" Super Bowl are a-holes. If you are serious when you say that I have a right to my opinion, why do you have such a problem with my opinion?
PackerBacker-Wic hitaKs

Wichita, KS

#322 Jan 28, 2012
GBPfan wrote:
<quoted text>
I never called myself the standard bearer when it comes to being a Packer fan. I simply said that I respect every Packer team and player that has won an NFL Championship. Is there something wrong with that? I said I won't ever criticize a Packer team or player (past or present) for only winning one Super Bowl. I never have. Should I start doing that now? I don't think that kind of criticism shows class. In my opinion, so-called Packer fans that have or would criticize Packers for winning "only one" Super Bowl are a-holes. If you are serious when you say that I have a right to my opinion, why do you have such a problem with my opinion?
I don't have a problem or lack of respect for your opinions. The problem I have is your lack of respect for others' opinions. No one is asking you to say or do anything other than expressing yourself the way you do. Hell, I know I often disagree with others (ezg357, blitzburgh, packerluv1) but I respect their right to express their thoughts. I respect every Packers team that has won 13 championships and the players it took to win those championships. I simply feel there could have been a few more added to that 13. The current team has the players and the talent to add to that total and I would be very disappointed if they don't.
PackerBacker-Wic hitaKs

Wichita, KS

#323 Jan 28, 2012
Joe Krupinski wrote:
I feel so sorry for the Packers fans, isn't it a bitch trying to make conversation when you're NOT in the Super Bowl. Now us Giants fans are a different story. We can gab away at who is slightly injured, who is running those pass routes like a gazelle (Cruz or Nicks, take your pick), how Eli is throwing that ball in practice. Sorry, Packers fans, you had all your fun last year.
Your'e right, we had our fun last year. Good luck to the Giants and their fans. The run they are on now reminds me of the Packers run last year. Season records don't really mean much except getting your team into the playoffs and playing great football like the Giants are doing. Like the Packers did last year, the Giants are peaking at the right time and I expect them to beat the Patriots. Enjoy.
GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#324 Jan 28, 2012
PackerBacker-WichitaKs wrote:
<quoted text>The current team has the players and the talent to add to that total and I would be very disappointed if they don't.
Not only do I respect that opinion, I agree with it. If you have been following what I've said, you know I have no problem with people expressing DISAPPOINTMENT with not accomplishing more. There is and, at times, has been those that CRITICIZE the Packers or Packer players for "only" winning one Championship. I understand when envious fans from other teams do that. When so-called Packer fans do that, it is classless and unacceptable. I won't let that pass. I understand the difference between disappointment and criticism. If ANYBODY on this site would staunchly defend the right to express disappointment, don't you think it would be me? I challenge you to name a person that has been more attacked or falsely accused than me for expressing disappointment. I don't understand your problem.

“DA BEARS FAN!”

Since: Dec 11

Location hidden

#325 Jan 28, 2012
GBPfan wrote:
<quoted text>
Why? To help the Packers keep their ticket prices way lower than market forces would make them otherwise. To allow the Packers to maintain the lowest debt to income ratio in the NFL. To insure the Packers remain the most finacially secure and most successful franchise in the NFL. To insure that the Green Bay Packers continue donating millions of dollars to charitable organizations throughout Wisconsin.
Why does anybody invest in the millions of nonprofit corporations in this country? Each and every investor in a nonprofit knows they cannot and will not ever receive stock dividends or financial benefit. It's in the name: Nonprofit Corporation. What don't you understand about the word "nonprofit"? I'm sorry that your entire world operates in terms of financial benefit to you. There are more things of value in the world than money. If you accept my financial help perhaps you will learn that someday. I know that being poor and stupid makes it impossible for you to understand philanthropy or the benefit of charitable causes. I want to help free you of your ignorance. Let me help!
As a fantasy stockholder you are not very well informed. The packers do not own lambeau field, they lease it. Just like the Bears. In addition you apparently forgot that the recent lambeau renovation did in fact put the screws to, and stll is srewing the taxpayers. Lipstick on a pig doesn't change the fact it's a pig.

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