Cheerleader Melissa Kellerman was barely into the middle part of her 15 minutes of fame when the Dallas Cowboys pulled the plug.
Kellerman, a 22-year-old student in her fourth year with the team, became a national sensation on Thanksgiving when she was accidentally tackled on the sideline by Cowboys tight end Jason Witten(notes).
Post by Admiral Lithp on Nov 27, 2011 1:49:46 GMT -5
What the hell is the big deal? It happened, she is ok, lets get on with life. People get hit on the side lines all the time.
She wasn't offended! The "article" was only like 4 lines! Why can't you be assed to read 4 lines?!
Ok, she basically brought into question the 'toughness' of the TE who collided with her...not a very smart move.
Oh, grow up, it was a joke. Why are you tearing apart her every action? I don't think she's the one who's "immature."
Michelle, wash your hair before a photo shoot, and there must be some skin care product to reduce neck wrinkles...at your age this shouldn't be an issue.
Sometimes I think we overexaggerate peoples' unrealistic beauty standards. Then I see something like this. They aren't even "wrinkles," they're natural creases in the skin because, hello, your neck is a joint.
who cares?? this is the worst story, i should say non history ever.........get a clue and maybe start writing about things people care about
I kind of agree, but on the other hand, it's only trivial until it happens to you.
the cowboys should be worrying more about football they suck.
Post by Shane for Wax on Nov 27, 2011 3:45:16 GMT -5
The Cowboys are full of jerkass players anyways.
And i'm not just saying that as a 49ers fan.
MaybeNever- Perhaps the solution then is to throw the chihuahua at the bad guy, then pump the shotgun while eating a big slice of cantaloupe. Am fear nach glèidh na h-airm san t-sìth, cha bhi iad aige 'n àm a' chogaidh.
Post by Dragon Zachski on Nov 27, 2011 6:17:38 GMT -5
Football is filled with jerks anyways.
So this shouldn't come as a surprise :V
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Post by Doctor Fishcake on Nov 27, 2011 6:33:16 GMT -5
Speaking as someone who used to help out with the chains on the sideline at British amateur league games, I know first hand that the sidelines are a dangerous place. Before every game, the head linesman would give our crew instructions on what to do if we were in the way of a potential impact, ie drop the sticks and get out the way.
So why someone - probably the choreographer - has these cheerleaders situated with their backs to the field while the ball is live is beyond me. Especially as the home team is on offense at the time and their interaction with the crowd isn't really necessary at that point.
"God damn it, you Scots are fuckin' crazy." - David Draiman, Glasgow Carling Academy, Oct 7 2008
Post by priestling on Nov 27, 2011 11:13:11 GMT -5
I used to run chains for my old alma mater. Dad (being the athletics director) drilled it into my head, "If you see players coming for you, drop the chains and move"... inevitably, every year, one of the other guys with me would get nailed, even after I reiterated it before the game.
*is also an ex-49'ers fan, and misses the Montana and Young days*