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"Poll question: Should Richard Sherman miss the Super Bowl for the birth of his child?"


  

          

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Poll result (50 votes)
I'm a male, and yes (7 votes)Vote
I'm a male, and no (32 votes)Vote
I'm a woman, and yes (5 votes)Vote
I'm a woman, and no (4 votes)Vote
I'm White (Patriots fan) (2 votes)Vote

  

  

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Nah it comes with the job and the money
Jan 31st 2015
1
Agreed.
Jan 31st 2015
37
if he wants to be there
Jan 31st 2015
2
Dude...it depends.
Jan 31st 2015
3
lol
Jan 31st 2015
31
i'm a male, and she should hold it in til monday
Jan 31st 2015
4
Fuuuuuuck no
Jan 31st 2015
5
As a pop, heck naw. Ain't that much for you to do.
Jan 31st 2015
6
he should do whatever his heart desires
Jan 31st 2015
7
his choice
Jan 31st 2015
8
Red, it's a fucking game people
Jan 31st 2015
9
RE: Red, it's a fucking game people
Jan 31st 2015
12
It's not a game it's his job
Jan 31st 2015
13
      lol @ "its just a day at work"
Jan 31st 2015
41
^plenty of players have missed an "important game" when their
Jan 31st 2015
14
powerless, as if there was nothing he could do to help.
Jan 31st 2015
20
      That's beside the point - he couldn't help in any meaningful way if
Jan 31st 2015
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      yep.
Jan 31st 2015
24
           How many men or parents, period, often lament about missing
Jan 31st 2015
27
                it's a personal decision.
Jan 31st 2015
35
                RE: How many men or parents, period, often lament about missing
Jan 31st 2015
36
                     RE: So it only matters if Sherman is there with his girlfriend if her
Jan 31st 2015
43
even I care about the damn superbowl.
Jan 31st 2015
21
He should play, then go directly to the hospital
Jan 31st 2015
10
Is that his first seed? If so, yes he should miss the Superbowl
Jan 31st 2015
11
I trust strangers to set their priorities in a way that fits them.
Jan 31st 2015
15
it's the fucking superbowl.
Jan 31st 2015
16
If I'm going exclusively by relative ease...
Jan 31st 2015
17
      i'm saying.
Jan 31st 2015
19
a real woman could hold it in until the game is over.
Jan 31st 2015
18
RALLY, GODDAMNIT!!!!
Jan 31st 2015
30
      ^^^^^^^
Jan 31st 2015
32
absolutely not. if they win his share may be half a mil or more
Jan 31st 2015
22
She can have the baby at the stadium.
Jan 31st 2015
25
yes if that'd be the first time he's been present for birth of his child...
Jan 31st 2015
26
unless he's trying to intercept the baby...
Jan 31st 2015
28
lmao @ trying to intercept the baby
Jan 31st 2015
34
any woman who'd object isn't worth marrying
Jan 31st 2015
29
I wouldn't quite put it that way, but...
Jan 31st 2015
39
In about 15 years when he's standing in front of this lil disobedient
Jan 31st 2015
33
LOL
Jan 31st 2015
38
Does Skype still exist? then you know my answer...lol
Jan 31st 2015
40
Red. 1st kid + already won a chip + white ppl would be mad
Jan 31st 2015
42
His choice. Won't fault him either way. But I'd be there for the birth
Jan 31st 2015
44
Where is the Superbowl being played at where there is no Skype or FaceTi...
Feb 01st 2015
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As a fan, hellll no
Feb 01st 2015
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commentator just said the girlfriend said go play lol
Feb 01st 2015
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1. "Nah it comes with the job and the money"
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37. "Agreed. "
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Rest In Peace, Bad News Brown

  

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2. "if he wants to be there"
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They should have it induced before the superbowl.

  

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3. "Dude...it depends."
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As someone who has gone through giving birth...There are signs. If she's having contractions today...then maybe he should consider it.

If there is no sign of the kid by tomorrow morning, then he needs to play. And after they win, do one interview, get your trophy and hop on the next plane home to the family.

If she's having a C-section, then get it done the day AFTER THE PHUCKIN SUPER BOWL!!!!! YOUR FUTURE HUBBY IS A FOOTBALL PLAYER. RALLY, GODDAMMIT!!!!!!

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31. "lol"
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That rally at the end got me cracking the hell up lol

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4. "i'm a male, and she should hold it in til monday"
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5. "Fuuuuuuck no"
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6. "As a pop, heck naw. Ain't that much for you to do. "
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I'd have a different answer if it were high risk but yeah.


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7. "he should do whatever his heart desires"
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however if he was my baby daddy
and he had a FUCKING SUPER BOWL to play in
i would tell him to take his ass to the damn super bowl
women been birthing babies without men forEVER
its only in the last 25 or so years that men have been allowed
in the delivery room
dont get me wrong i appreciated my husbands presence whrn i gave birth
bc no one else i know could be there and i couldnt afford a doula
but im sure homegirl will have nuff ppl there for support
go play

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8. "his choice"
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9. "Red, it's a fucking game people"
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ARZ isn't but a couple of hours flight to either LA or SEA (not sure where baby momma is at)

but this story is lame

shouldn't be a problem to be able to do both, IMO.

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12. "RE: Red, it's a fucking game people"
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It's not a game it's his job and the most important day on his job

Unless it's a high risk pregnancy he should play

They will be ok and he'll only miss a few hours

dude

  

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13. "It's not a game it's his job"
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so you would go to work?

It's just a fucking day at work people

feel better

I think you're missing the point

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41. "lol @ "its just a day at work""
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it's his livelihood, and the peak of his career, on a national stage in the thing he's worked his entiree life to become one of the best in the world at.

It's also the thing that's likely gonna give his child s better shot in life than most.

Now if Sherman decides being there for his child's birth trumps all that, I can absolutely respect that, but trying to reduce the narrative to "just a game", like he's off playing in the park or "you can't take a day off from work, for the birth of your own child?" is siilly

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14. "^plenty of players have missed an "important game" when their "
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wife went into or was expected to go into labor

I can only imagine how Sherman would feel if somethig went wrong while his wife was in labor


>ARZ isn't but a couple of hours flight to either LA or SEA
>(not sure where baby momma is at)
>
>but this story is lame
>
>shouldn't be a problem to be able to do both, IMO.

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20. "powerless, as if there was nothing he could do to help. "
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which is probably how he'd feel if he was there.
you still can't get around the fact that the dad doesn't do anything
to help the baby be born.




>wife went into or was expected to go into labor
>
>I can only imagine how Sherman would feel if somethig went
>wrong while his wife was in labor
>
>
>>ARZ isn't but a couple of hours flight to either LA or SEA
>>(not sure where baby momma is at)
>>
>>but this story is lame
>>
>>shouldn't be a problem to be able to do both, IMO.
>

  

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23. "That's beside the point - he couldn't help in any meaningful way if"
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Sat Jan-31-15 02:09 PM by vee-lover

  

          

his wife was having a potentially life-threatening surgery, either, but I'm sure that he would still prefer to be there with his wife/SOregardless...

And as I said, if something went awry during her labor and it resulted in her death, I'm sure it would be of no consolation to Richard Sherman whatsoever that he wouldn't have been of no help anyway

>which is probably how he'd feel if he was there.
>you still can't get around the fact that the dad doesn't do
>anything
>to help the baby be born.
>
>
>
>
>>wife went into or was expected to go into labor
>>
>>I can only imagine how Sherman would feel if somethig went
>>wrong while his wife was in labor
>>
>>
>>>ARZ isn't but a couple of hours flight to either LA or SEA
>>>(not sure where baby momma is at)
>>>
>>>but this story is lame
>>>
>>>shouldn't be a problem to be able to do both, IMO.
>>
>

grassrootsphilosopher

  

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24. "yep. "
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again i wouldn't judge dude at all if he missed the super bowl for this but
there's really not much he can do either way.
as someone who has given birth (albeit through c-section)
i can honestly say i'd prefer he not miss the super bowl for that
my father never saw any 4 of us get born
and he says has no regrets lol he's squeamish so even when he was allowed in
when my younger brother & sister was born he declined
for me and my older sisters birth he wasn't allowed.

on the other hand though
if the birth is on his mind it might effect his performance so
he should just do what's best for him.

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27. "How many men or parents, period, often lament about missing "
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certain things in their child's life i.e.birth/first steps/graduation/sports because they were working

I'll ask you the same thing I asked Jo Corn Mo: what If Sherman's wife had cancer and she needed surgery but he had to play in the SB, should he go play his important game because he can't assist her in any way with her surgery other than lending support?

>again i wouldn't judge dude at all if he missed the super
>bowl for this but
>there's really not much he can do either way.
>as someone who has given birth (albeit through c-section)
>i can honestly say i'd prefer he not miss the super bowl for
>that
>my father never saw any 4 of us get born
>and he says has no regrets lol he's squeamish so even when he
>was allowed in
>when my younger brother & sister was born he declined
>for me and my older sisters birth he wasn't allowed.
>
>on the other hand though
>if the birth is on his mind it might effect his performance so
>
>he should just do what's best for him.
>
>

grassrootsphilosopher

  

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35. "it's a personal decision. "
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if I was having surgery,
and my man was in the superbowl...

i'd want him to play.

but that's me.

you may feel differently.

  

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36. "RE: How many men or parents, period, often lament about missing "
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That's a different scenario, of course he should be there if his wife ( this is he gf though) has cancer or if it's a high risk pregnancy.

But as far as I've heard this is a routine pregnancy. Women have babies all the time with out the Dad present.

He has a particular skill set that is needed especially by his employer on this special day. He should go the work.

The baby will not even know who he is. As long as he's there for the rest of his child's life he'll be a good Dad

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43. "RE: So it only matters if Sherman is there with his girlfriend if her"
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life is at risk because of a surgery she's having that could potentially be life-threatening, but if his wife/SO/girlfriend is *giving* life then it's not really that important if he's there with her for the birth...I mean since it's not like he's actually helping with the delivery and the baby won't have any memory of it anyway...

Why do parents regret missing their child's 1st steps or a 1st day of school or finally being potty trained or whatever special occassion when their child won't know if the mother/father is there anyway?

It's because those memories in life are still very important to many parents and *some*men in particular and no matter how much importance we put on the Super Bowl (seems like we make it larger than life every year), IT IS STILL JUST A GAME...

If he decides to play, it's his prerogative but if he does decide to go be by his girlfriend's side for the pregnancy, he shouldn't ridiculed for it.


>That's a different scenario, of course he should be there if
>his wife ( this is he gf though) has cancer or if it's a high
>risk pregnancy.
>
>But as far as I've heard this is a routine pregnancy. Women
>have babies all the time with out the Dad present.
>
>He has a particular skill set that is needed especially by his
>employer on this special day. He should go the work.

His job is not a regular job, he has several ppl behind him who have been trained to do that same job in case Sherman is out because of injuries or family matters or suspension


>
>The baby will not even know who he is.

The parent will know though and the parent(s) are the ones who value these types of experiences for their own reasons

grassrootsphilosopher

  

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21. "even I care about the damn superbowl. "
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I am generally not interested in sports,
yet I go to superbowl parties every year.

you are sorta underestimating how cool it is
to play in the superbowl.

the baby will be there after the game, hopefully.

>ARZ isn't but a couple of hours flight to either LA or SEA
>(not sure where baby momma is at)
>
>but this story is lame
>
>shouldn't be a problem to be able to do both, IMO.

  

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10. "He should play, then go directly to the hospital"
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I hope his child is born after the Super Bowl so he can witness the birth of his child, but if not, then he should play at the top of his game, beat the Fakecheats, and witness another victory with his first born. A win win combo!!!

  

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11. "Is that his first seed? If so, yes he should miss the Superbowl"
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15. "I trust strangers to set their priorities in a way that fits them."
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So I guess I'll vote "I'm white."

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16. "it's the fucking superbowl. "
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I think mom can handle this without him.

  

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17. "If I'm going exclusively by relative ease..."
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... it's a hell of a lot easier to make another kid than to make another Super Bowl.

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19. "i'm saying. "
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>... it's a hell of a lot easier to make another kid than to
>make another Super Bowl.
>
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18. "a real woman could hold it in until the game is over. "
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30. "RALLY, GODDAMNIT!!!!"
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32. "^^^^^^^"
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Its perfect


does it really matter?

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22. "absolutely not. if they win his share may be half a mil or more"
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Him being there ain't gonna bring the baby out any faster or healthier and he's out earning money to support that baby when she or he does get here.

I'd imagine most women would be like if you dont take your ass to that game and win us a ring...


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25. "She can have the baby at the stadium. "
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If that was me that'd be my answer.

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26. "yes if that'd be the first time he's been present for birth of his child..."
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no if not.

also yes if a complicated birth is expected.

fuck you.

  

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28. "unless he's trying to intercept the baby..."
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he needs to be at the place where his presence will actually make a difference.

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34. "lmao @ trying to intercept the baby"
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ternary_star
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29. "any woman who'd object isn't worth marrying"
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i'd be kinda pissed that baby was even cutting into my post-game celebration time.

  

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39. "I wouldn't quite put it that way, but..."
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...we for sure ain't compatible.

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33. "In about 15 years when he's standing in front of this lil disobedient"
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... knucklehead in funny clothes and a bad haircut, trying to get him to look up from his PDA, to talk some sense into his him, he's gonna look back and say to himself "I can't believe I missed the Super Bowl to watch this dumbass brought forth into the world!"

So um... blue!

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38. "LOL"
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Rest In Peace, Bad News Brown

  

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40. "Does Skype still exist? then you know my answer...lol"
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42. "Red. 1st kid + already won a chip + white ppl would be mad"
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anything other than red and i'm questioning your blackness

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44. "His choice. Won't fault him either way. But I'd be there for the birth"
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And he's not "letting anyone down" if he skips the Superbowl.

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45. "Where is the Superbowl being played at where there is no Skype or FaceTi..."
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He can do both and you guys know this.

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46. "As a fan, hellll no"
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As a father phuck everything else, im there for my first born child. Coach is cool with it too. Sheeeiiitttt im out.

  

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47. "commentator just said the girlfriend said go play lol"
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she's actually there and not even due for another 2 weeks lol

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