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Re: The Official TV Thread
« Reply #1665 on: February 14, 2020, 08:13:05 PM »
Just watched the Documentary on Arron Hernadez on Netflix, crazy what he did.  Murdered 3 people, 2 just before signing a 5 year 40 Million contract with the and then murdered his fiances sisters boyfriend (who was a friend of his) a few streets from his mansion.  He also tried to murder another guy. 
A tremendous athlete who was more than completely fu_ked up.

Also they were going to cancel Ray Donovan without tying up the story lines. One of my favorite all time series. I just heard they are doing either more episodes or a film to conclude so many great seasons of watching Liev Schreiber and Jon Voight tearing up the scenery.
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« Reply #1666 on: February 15, 2020, 04:13:53 AM »
Just watched the Documentary on Arron Hernadez on Netflix, crazy what he did.  Murdered 3 people, 2 just before signing a 5 year 40 Million contract with the and then murdered his fiances sisters boyfriend (who was a friend of his) a few streets from his mansion.  He also tried to murder another guy. 
A tremendous athlete who was more than completely fu_ked up.


I read the book written by his brother entitled “The Truth about Aaron.”

Here is my review as seen on Kobo:
https://www.kobo.com/ca/en/ebook/the-truth-about-aaron
   
(5-star rating) A Sobering Read
This book written by Jonathan Hernandez, brother of NFL superstar Aaron Hernandez and the many troubles, problems, and personal trauma that plagued him throughout his life. While some may dismiss this book as a sop story in defence of yet another criminally-driven NFL player, most will look upon this story as a sobering read and reminder of what the perils of undetected CTE -- a severe brain disease primarily attriutable to both football players and athetes in physical or contact sports. While Aaron Hernandez did suffer early cildhood trauma -- he was sexually molested by a male as early as age six and would later play a role in his sexual gender preferences -- the major thing that stands and what appears to be the cause of his emotional, sychological, and mental-abnormal states is directly related to CTE. Aaron Hernandez was a young, highly skilled athlete who eventually would become the second highest paid tight end in the league, and for whom life seemed too difficult for him to make any sense of it. His choice of friends, his inability to make proper decisions ~& choices, his many mood swings, his homosexuality (he had a daughter by way of his girlfriend and the woman he loved but just could't provide neither intimacy wich made him feel guilty), etc., etc. Jonathan Hernandez portrays his beloved brother as a troubled soul who couldnt face his demns to get the help he needed, and the writer who believes that perhaos they (his family) should have done more for Aaron.

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