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Peter King finally weighs in on Charlie Sheen’s latest antics

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He really wrote that in his MMQB column today.  Up next in Petie's obscure MMQB notes, you ask? Let's take a look into the future…

m. Geez, Lady Gaga, ever think of maybe toning it down just a tad? Settle down, toots.

And the week after…

n. How about that Eminem? Still so angry, especially at Rihanna. It's too bad someone hasn't been able to reach the guy.

Aaaand the week after…

o. Ok, Kim Kardashian, in fact, all of the Kardashian's. I get it. You're fabulous and wealthy, but c'mon already.

Aaaaand the week after…

p. Memo to Lindsay Lohan: show up to court so you can move on and return to what was once a promising career. Sigh.

Aaaaaand the week after…

q. Hey Mel Gibson, get well soon and show us your brave heart again. We know you have it in you, pal.

Peter King's MMQB [SI]

3 Comments

  1. nike shox

    November 2, 2010 at 12:01 am

    In the name of God, That is it.God bless you all, and God bless America !

  2. Paolo X

    November 13, 2010 at 10:50 pm

    King is the best writer in the business, but I hate when he weighs in with his smarmy Northeastern self to do any of the following:

    1) Homer the Jets or try to excuse a poor performance for them.
    2) Ditto #1 as he did in that same column for the Patriots as he cried with Tom Brady
    3) Weigh in on his liberal political views as he did on the matter of Glen Coffee who is down here in Florida where we have better laws than those East Coast fucks do up there.

  3. Paolo X

    December 8, 2010 at 8:32 am

    Eat shit Peter King your Jets proved they suck ass too, but watch King now give his homer love on Tom Brady et al like never before.

    King was once a great writer until he started straddling both those teams as the homer he is. And then for some reason he began making way too many a comment off the football radar in his column for sure even not in the “non-football” section.

    And King has always sucked ass on NBC Saturday halftime and on Sunday night on TV too. Stick with print please.

    Pat Kirwan of the NFL and some of those other guys there are better writers about actual football than this homer blowhard who tarnishes otherwise some of the best insight in the business.

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