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Thursday, June 28, 2007

Tom Brady: Continues to Set Poor Example

Tom Brady's evilishness and flipping off the rest of civilized society continues. Unabashed and unabated.

The model mongering sperminator continues his crusade against morality and role-modelship. Thumbing his nose at those that don't have ten figure bank accounts and making a mockery of the very fabric which holds society, through the blue collar working class, together. His loathsome behavior is, quite literally, taking the food out of peoples' mouths.

However, finally, high moralled fans in Boston are standing up to his hateful posturing and "me first" lifestyle by resoundingly and collectively saying they have had enough of his media whoring and self absorption.

“We’re not going to any Pats games until he builds union,” said Francis Jensen of Local 12, who with about a half-dozen of his brethren threw up an informational picket line in front of No. 12’s Back Bay condo yesterday. Added union captain Tom Koney: “Here’s a guy who gets paid millions for what he does but he doesn’t believe in paying plumbers a decent wage.”

That's right. The wholly evil and completely melanin free Brady has decided that it is more important for him to save pennies of his millions than adhere to fair labor practices and provide reasonable wages. By not enlisting union workers, Mr. Brady is actively and purposely attempting to lower the income levels for plumbers throughout the nation.

Quite hypocritical when you consider that Mr. Brady himself is a member of a union designed to ensure the best possible wages for its own members.

What's even worse, is that the plumbing outfit Mr. Brady is employing is renowned for not hiring women or minorities.

"The picket line was aimed at flushing out Tom’s plumbing contractor A&K Plumbing of Revere which, the plumbers say, doesn’t pay the “established community standard” wage of $61.75 an hour plus benefits and does not employ any women or minorities. "

So, not only does Brady actively deny plumbers the established standard wage, but his choice of contractor supports denying equal opportunities to women and minorities.

Certainly, the average person could easily (and improbably be correct) formulate this to mean that Brady hates the middle class, women and minorities. This would partially explain his hateful behavior in leaving a struggling actress knocked up to fend for herself and his child alone.

Some might suggest that Brady is a busy man, how can he be expected to be on top of this situation.

But the plumbers say that Brady was aware of their pipe gripes because they sent a letter to the two-time Super Bowl MVP’s agents before throwing up the picket line, and they never heard anything back.

We think it is fair to roundly, and without word from the agents, surmise that the silence from Tom and his reps is a clear indication of his contempt for the union. It was silent. But it is a silence heard round Boston. A contemptuous and villainous silence. The silence you hear when a loved one turns his back on you. The silence you hear when witnesses don't come forward after the police beat a Negro. A deafening, hateful silence directed at destroying the very ideals upon which this nation was built. A silence so loud it shatters ear drums. A silence so strong it crushes the spirit of all those that "hear" it. A silence meant to silence others.

Only, these particular others will be heard.

“Our members are great Patriots supporters, and we didn’t want to embarrass him,” Cotter said. “But we are disappointed he didn’t respond.”

This entire episode is not only embarrassing, but disappointing. Particularly disappointing for the union plumber Patriot fans.

Disappointing that they didn't get the chance at that 61 odd bucks an hour.




26 comments:

madd hatter said...

i'm proud that the union took the initiative to stage a protest at Brady's property.

let's me know that, clearly, they aren't being overworked.

the butler said...

"$61.75 an hour"

Is that per plumber? If so, I need to apply to plumbing school, 'cause that's six figures plus per year, right?

The Real Stoney said...

He didn't go union because he wanted the work done this year.. lazy fucks

Martin said...

Sir, EXCELLENT post on KSK with regards to their anniversary.

Johnny Cockring said...

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Sir, what he said.

I guess everybody was over at the birthday party. Nobody wanted to come here and argue for Transnational Revolution of the Proletariat.

Miserable bunch of conciliators!

Revolution, NOW!



or, you know, after the weekend 'cuz I got stuff to do

Dave the Wave said...

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your post on ksk was garbage. try and keep your incoherent drivel from splattering decent blogs, please.

ZEKE said...

Brady is just a horrible, horrible person, isn't he?

Johnny Cockring said...

"try and keep your incoherent drivel from splattering decent blogs, please."

Sir, thanks again for your compliments.

Rest assured, I never meant to splatter anything in your direction. Thank you for your best wishes, though.

Dave the Wave said...

"Sir, thanks again for your compliments.

Rest assured, I never meant to splatter anything in your direction. Thank you for your best wishes, though. "

actually there, cockring...i was referring to NOIS birthday letter on KSK...see where i referenced his contibution on ksk?...but i see your ego knows no bounds...either that or you would like to take the blame for nois's shitty musing on ksk?

scoop jackson jr in the hizouse, ya'll!

Downtown48 said...

stoney...couldn't have said it better myself!!

Jeremy said...

$61.75 an hour includes all their bennies and annuities, etc. They make like $40/hour...still a damn good wage though.

Ronan said...

you actually think Brady had any input into who did his plumbing? you think he even cares! he prob paid somebody to oversee the renovation and they hired them.

nation_of_islam_sportsblog said...

"you actually think Brady had any input into who did his plumbing? "

Sir, he is still accountable for actions taken on his behalf.

The man is a menace to the moral fabric and ideals of our society.

Johnny Cockring said...

actually there, cockring...i was referring to NOIS birthday letter on KSK...see where i referenced his contibution on ksk?

This error was no doubt caused by my own unfamiliarity with the language of blogs. NOIS made a marvelous 'post' on KSK. I made some low-brow 'comments' on KSK.

Furthermore, I may have misinterpreted the usage of this symbol:
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My intent was to indicate assent with the previous comment by Brother martin in admiration of NOISbs celebration of KSK.

Again, I readily admit my lack of experience with common internet terminology, as I am not a common internet troll. Thank you once again for showing me the error of my ways.

Johnny Cockring said...

"i see your ego knows no bounds"

Sir, my ego grows only to accommodate your undying praise. I must be approaching righteousness as I receive your compliments.

Thank you again for your kindness.

Jarrett Carter said...

I think if Tom Brady knew what was going on, he'd probably say and do something about it.

Most people investing in projects like that hire folks to make decisions for them. I would blame this on misinformation from his people more than a conscious decision on Brady's part.

But, now that it's out in the open like this, he really should do something.

Dave the Wave said...

"as I am not a common internet troll"


agreed. you are an uncommon scoop, jr. troll.

Dave the Wave said...

"But, now that it's out in the open like this, he really should do something."

yea, he should punch douchenozzles like NOIS in the brain for trying to make this an issue.

censored said...

"you actually think Brady had any input into who did his plumbing? "

Sir, he is still accountable for actions taken on his behalf.

The man is a menace to the moral fabric and ideals of our society.


Did you type up this posting while wearing your Elijah Dukes jersey or your Lebron james jersey...or maybe your tank johnson jersey or zach randolph jersey...oh i forgot you only judge the morality of white althletes.

nation_of_islam_sportsblog said...

"Did you type up this posting while wearing your Elijah Dukes jersey or your Lebron james jersey"

Sir, it is pathetic how you habitually drag unrelated circumstances or issues together and try to make them seem as if they are remotely similar.

It is a testament to your horribly biased point of view that you would even mention these other troubled men when we are debating Brady's intentional slighting of the working class.

Your bias and your attempts to propogate it thru unrelated and wholly dissimilar comparisons is fast becoming a litmus test for biased thinking.

We deplore your efforts to mitigate the seriousness of Brady's malignant stance towards the middle class as vehemently as we condemn your discounting the social, familial and professional (team owner lack of interest and concern in their well being)factors that play apart in the terrible circumstances the other men you mentioned found themselves.

Your social awareness is sorely lacking.

Your development is a shame. A real shame.

censored said...

We deplore your efforts to mitigate the seriousness of Brady's malignant stance towards the middle class as vehemently as we condemn your discounting the social, familial and professional (team owner lack of interest and concern in their well being)factors that play apart in the terrible circumstances the other men you mentioned found themselves.

Your social awareness is sorely lacking.

Your development is a shame. A real shame.

What provides great comedy is that this is the best you can come up with. You try to portray white athletes as evil in any way you can because you think that balances your perceived biases in the mainstream media. But the fact remains, as I continually site examples of spousal abuse, drug use, weapons possession, and death threats, the best you can come up with to balance these things is that the construction managment company tom brady employed used non union workers. The lack of morality and lack of care about the laws of this country shown by athletes like Dukes and Johnson and Randolph poses more of a threat to the everyman of this country than the cited acts of Brady ever could. You sir are as dangerous as any klansman...you are not swayed by right and wrong..only by black and white. It is you who is sad indeed.

nation_of_islam_sportsblog said...

"It is you who is sad indeed. "

Sir, again with the "No,I'm not. You are" third grade retort. You continually regress.

And you still don't get it...lol.

Al_Sharpton's_Banana_Hammock said...

" You sir are as dangerous as any klansman..."

at least you don't deny you are a klansman.

ultrasound tech said...

Censored, can't you see you've been made into a fool?

You keep saying that it's about right and wrong, but YOU keep making it about race.

You want it to be about right and wrong, but NOIS has "baited" you and you have taken it.

He's exposed that underneath your claims or "right and wrong", lies the issue of race and racist views.

You've really been taken here.

Sorry to say.

censored said...

Censored, can't you see you've been made into a fool?

You keep saying that it's about right and wrong, but YOU keep making it about race.
You want it to be about right and wrong, but NOIS has "baited" you and you have taken it.

He's exposed that underneath your claims or "right and wrong", lies the issue of race and racist views.

You've really been taken here.

NOIS' premise is that black athletes are treated unfairly by the white media. In his world the illegal behavior of black athletes would go unreported or would be excused solely because of their skin color. He feels that white athletes get this type of treatment from the media yet the best examples he can come up with is of Tom Brady using non union workers. Look at the posts you idiot, tom brady sets a bad example but people like Elijah Dukes are victims of cirumstance...it is the same willing to accept no blame rhetoric that has grown so tired in this country. Yet I am the one bringing race into this.

ultrasound tech said...

"Look at the posts you idiot, tom brady sets a bad example but people like Elijah Dukes are victims of cirumstance...it is the same willing to accept no blame rhetoric that has grown so tired in this country. Yet I am the one bringing race into this."

why do you call me an idiot? i wasn't belligerent in my post.

i think your response to me is a prime example that you don't understand this blog at all.

and you can't see that the YOU are the one that has made race an issue.

it's more than obvious that nois is right, you don't get the blog.

and you have a real chip on your shoulder, arguing points that no one is even trying to make.

again, he's led you around like a dog on a leash. made you a fool.

don't take it out on me.