Hanging out with convicted murderer, Aaron Hernandez

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Postby Iron Mike Sharpe » 19 Apr 2017, 12:24

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Re: Hanging out with convicted murderer, Aaron Hernandez

Postby TVF wannabe » 19 Apr 2017, 12:26

Iron Mike Sharpe wrote:An IMS original:

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sorry, it's a stretch.
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Re: Hanging out with convicted murderer, Aaron Hernandez

Postby paje » 19 Apr 2017, 12:26

He still didn't choke as bad as the Falcons. amirite.
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Re: Hanging out with convicted murderer, Aaron Hernandez

Postby BostonSucksMyBalls » 19 Apr 2017, 12:30

paje wrote:He still didn't choke as bad as the Falcons. amirite.
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Re: Hanging out with convicted murderer, Aaron Hernandez

Postby SouthernYokel » 19 Apr 2017, 14:17

mj3528 wrote:
Gregs Kite wrote:
TVF wannabe wrote:So he committed suicide so that his wife and girl keep their money? otherwise right after being acquitted is interesting timing.


Way to keep an eye on the financials here. LOL


If he had life insurance I think suicide voids most of those policies.

It would also be interesting to know how much money he had left.


depends on how good a policy he got. some of them do a vesting thing where once you've had it for a certain amount of time your % of payout in event of a suicide goes up. if he had term life i'm sure it was canceled when he went to jail though (assuming that's legal to do and that the company realized they were insuring THAT Aaron Hernandez, neither of which is a given)
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Re: Hanging out with convicted murderer, Aaron Hernandez

Postby Briandong79 » 19 Apr 2017, 14:18

SouthernYokel wrote:
mj3528 wrote:
Gregs Kite wrote:
TVF wannabe wrote:So he committed suicide so that his wife and girl keep their money? otherwise right after being acquitted is interesting timing.


Way to keep an eye on the financials here. LOL


If he had life insurance I think suicide voids most of those policies.

It would also be interesting to know how much money he had left.


depends on how good a policy he got. some of them do a vesting thing where once you've had it for a certain amount of time your % of payout in event of a suicide goes up. if he had term life i'm sure it was canceled when he went to jail though (assuming that's legal to do and that the company realized they were insuring THAT Aaron Hernandez, neither of which is a given)


It would more protect his estate (whatever is left of it) from creditors, as he now doesn't have a conviction on his record.

Or he could be depressed, realized he would never see the outside world again, and just ended it.
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Re: Hanging out with convicted murderer, Aaron Hernandez

Postby Theny » 19 Apr 2017, 14:22

Briandong79 wrote:
SouthernYokel wrote:
mj3528 wrote:
Gregs Kite wrote:
TVF wannabe wrote:So he committed suicide so that his wife and girl keep their money? otherwise right after being acquitted is interesting timing.


Way to keep an eye on the financials here. LOL


If he had life insurance I think suicide voids most of those policies.

It would also be interesting to know how much money he had left.


depends on how good a policy he got. some of them do a vesting thing where once you've had it for a certain amount of time your % of payout in event of a suicide goes up. if he had term life i'm sure it was canceled when he went to jail though (assuming that's legal to do and that the company realized they were insuring THAT Aaron Hernandez, neither of which is a given)


It would more protect his estate (whatever is left of it) from creditors, as he now doesn't have a conviction on his record.

Or he could be depressed, realized he would never see the outside world again, and just ended it.


You'd think though he had as much hope as he's had since he first went in. Acquitted on the charges that he supposably murdered Lloyd over....this doesn't add up.
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Re: Hanging out with convicted murderer, Aaron Hernandez

Postby SouthernYokel » 19 Apr 2017, 14:23

Briandong79 wrote:
SouthernYokel wrote:
mj3528 wrote:
Gregs Kite wrote:
TVF wannabe wrote:So he committed suicide so that his wife and girl keep their money? otherwise right after being acquitted is interesting timing.


Way to keep an eye on the financials here. LOL


If he had life insurance I think suicide voids most of those policies.

It would also be interesting to know how much money he had left.


depends on how good a policy he got. some of them do a vesting thing where once you've had it for a certain amount of time your % of payout in event of a suicide goes up. if he had term life i'm sure it was canceled when he went to jail though (assuming that's legal to do and that the company realized they were insuring THAT Aaron Hernandez, neither of which is a given)


It would more protect his estate (whatever is left of it) from creditors, as he now doesn't have a conviction on his record.

Or he could be depressed, realized he would never see the outside world again, and just ended it.


or he was being a dickhole in prison and the other inmates took care of him. lot more paperwork for the guards if it's not a suicide
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Re: Hanging out with convicted murderer, Aaron Hernandez

Postby Frank the Tank » 19 Apr 2017, 14:49

SouthernYokel wrote:
mj3528 wrote:
Gregs Kite wrote:
TVF wannabe wrote:So he committed suicide so that his wife and girl keep their money? otherwise right after being acquitted is interesting timing.


Way to keep an eye on the financials here. LOL


If he had life insurance I think suicide voids most of those policies.

It would also be interesting to know how much money he had left.


depends on how good a policy he got. some of them do a vesting thing where once you've had it for a certain amount of time your % of payout in event of a suicide goes up. if he had term life i'm sure it was canceled when he went to jail though (assuming that's legal to do and that the company realized they were insuring THAT Aaron Hernandez, neither of which is a given)


There's pressure not to exclude suicide these days because suicide is usually considered to be an extension of mental illness, and it's not SJWy to exclude mental illness as a legitimate cause of death. Last policy I got excluded suicide for two years, but after that it's a full payout.
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Re: Hanging out with convicted murderer, Aaron Hernandez

Postby Goose » 19 Apr 2017, 14:56

Frank the Tank wrote:
SouthernYokel wrote:
mj3528 wrote:
Gregs Kite wrote:
TVF wannabe wrote:So he committed suicide so that his wife and girl keep their money? otherwise right after being acquitted is interesting timing.


Way to keep an eye on the financials here. LOL


If he had life insurance I think suicide voids most of those policies.

It would also be interesting to know how much money he had left.


depends on how good a policy he got. some of them do a vesting thing where once you've had it for a certain amount of time your % of payout in event of a suicide goes up. if he had term life i'm sure it was canceled when he went to jail though (assuming that's legal to do and that the company realized they were insuring THAT Aaron Hernandez, neither of which is a given)


There's pressure not to exclude suicide these days because suicide is usually considered to be an extension of mental illness, and it's not SJWy to exclude mental illness as a legitimate cause of death. Last policy I got excluded suicide for two years, but after that it's a full payout.


Better mark that date on your calendar and keep any eye on your wife's browser history for "staging suicide".
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Re: Hanging out with convicted murderer, Aaron Hernandez

Postby Frank the Tank » 19 Apr 2017, 14:58

Goose wrote:
Frank the Tank wrote:
SouthernYokel wrote:
mj3528 wrote:
Gregs Kite wrote:
TVF wannabe wrote:So he committed suicide so that his wife and girl keep their money? otherwise right after being acquitted is interesting timing.


Way to keep an eye on the financials here. LOL


If he had life insurance I think suicide voids most of those policies.

It would also be interesting to know how much money he had left.


depends on how good a policy he got. some of them do a vesting thing where once you've had it for a certain amount of time your % of payout in event of a suicide goes up. if he had term life i'm sure it was canceled when he went to jail though (assuming that's legal to do and that the company realized they were insuring THAT Aaron Hernandez, neither of which is a given)


There's pressure not to exclude suicide these days because suicide is usually considered to be an extension of mental illness, and it's not SJWy to exclude mental illness as a legitimate cause of death. Last policy I got excluded suicide for two years, but after that it's a full payout.


Better mark that date on your calendar and keep any eye on your wife's browser history for "staging suicide".


Oh she thinks it's excluded. Telling a spouse about a suicide exemption is a rookie mistake.
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Re: Hanging out with convicted murderer, Aaron Hernandez

Postby ctz31 » 19 Apr 2017, 15:26

Frank the Tank wrote:
Goose wrote:
Frank the Tank wrote:
SouthernYokel wrote:
mj3528 wrote:
Gregs Kite wrote:
TVF wannabe wrote:So he committed suicide so that his wife and girl keep their money? otherwise right after being acquitted is interesting timing.


Way to keep an eye on the financials here. LOL


If he had life insurance I think suicide voids most of those policies.

It would also be interesting to know how much money he had left.


depends on how good a policy he got. some of them do a vesting thing where once you've had it for a certain amount of time your % of payout in event of a suicide goes up. if he had term life i'm sure it was canceled when he went to jail though (assuming that's legal to do and that the company realized they were insuring THAT Aaron Hernandez, neither of which is a given)


There's pressure not to exclude suicide these days because suicide is usually considered to be an extension of mental illness, and it's not SJWy to exclude mental illness as a legitimate cause of death. Last policy I got excluded suicide for two years, but after that it's a full payout.


Better mark that date on your calendar and keep any eye on your wife's browser history for "staging suicide".


Oh she thinks it's excluded. Telling a spouse about a suicide exemption is a rookie mistake.


That is insane to me that they cover suicide. I'd imagine depressed and or people in trouble w the law murking themselves left and right so their family can cash in on the policy.
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Re: Hanging out with convicted murderer, Aaron Hernandez

Postby SouthernYokel » 19 Apr 2017, 15:32

ctz31 wrote:
Frank the Tank wrote:
Goose wrote:
Frank the Tank wrote:
SouthernYokel wrote:
mj3528 wrote:
Gregs Kite wrote:
TVF wannabe wrote:So he committed suicide so that his wife and girl keep their money? otherwise right after being acquitted is interesting timing.


Way to keep an eye on the financials here. LOL


If he had life insurance I think suicide voids most of those policies.

It would also be interesting to know how much money he had left.


depends on how good a policy he got. some of them do a vesting thing where once you've had it for a certain amount of time your % of payout in event of a suicide goes up. if he had term life i'm sure it was canceled when he went to jail though (assuming that's legal to do and that the company realized they were insuring THAT Aaron Hernandez, neither of which is a given)


There's pressure not to exclude suicide these days because suicide is usually considered to be an extension of mental illness, and it's not SJWy to exclude mental illness as a legitimate cause of death. Last policy I got excluded suicide for two years, but after that it's a full payout.


Better mark that date on your calendar and keep any eye on your wife's browser history for "staging suicide".


Oh she thinks it's excluded. Telling a spouse about a suicide exemption is a rookie mistake.


That is insane to me that they cover suicide. I'd imagine depressed and or people in trouble w the law murking themselves left and right so their family can cash in on the policy.


suicide rates are up among white people. i doubt it's life insurance related but that'd be something.
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Re: Hanging out with convicted murderer, Aaron Hernandez

Postby Briandong79 » 19 Apr 2017, 16:10

Reportedly wrote John 3:16 in blood on his forehead, his cell was smeared with blood, and he may have smoked synthetic weed last night. Oh.
http://deadspin.com/report-aaron-hernan ... 1794468830
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Re: Hanging out with convicted murderer, Aaron Hernandez

Postby Theny » 19 Apr 2017, 16:14

Briandong79 wrote:Reportedly wrote John 3:16 in blood on his forehead, his cell was smeared with blood, and he may have smoked synthetic weed last night. Oh.
http://deadspin.com/report-aaron-hernan ... 1794468830


Red marker, not blood.
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