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Topic: FB Update: Throwback Thursday: 1989 ESPN Interview with Frank Howard
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Re: FB Update: Throwback Thursday: 1989 ESPN Interview with Frank Howard [1]
Posted: Apr 24, 2014 11:13 AM
 

The thought of that heathen breaking a piece of Frank's Rock, it still boils the orange blood in my veins as much today as it did the day it was found broken. A life is something you can't give back after you take it. And the punishment for that crime is life or death. Micah Rogers and Alden James Gainey have taken and destroyed an important part of Clemson history and tradition that they can't give back or repair to its natural state. The both of them should have to serve a 5 year jail sentence, and a $50,000.00 dollar fine each. Old man Rodgers should have to pay a $50,000.00 dollar fine for lying and interfering with the investigation of the crime. They thought that it was funny and cool when they committed the crime, and they should be punished severely enough that they never have the feeling of the crime being funny or cool ever again. Even though there was a valued price put on Howard's Rock, it was no where close to the in valued worth it was/is to Tiger Nation. Just my 2cents worth of opinion!!!

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FB Update: Throwback Thursday: 1989 ESPN Interview with Frank Howard
TigerNet News® Apr 24, 2014 10:09 AM
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allorangeallthetime52® Apr 24, 2014 11:13 AM
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NorCATiger® Apr 24, 2014 3:27 PM
Can you image a HC today making weight on the sled?! ***
lightbulbbill® Apr 24, 2014 3:31 PM
Re: Can you image a HC today making weight on the sled?! ***
Motor City Bengal Apr 24, 2014 4:23 PM