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@Aggie_Sports: Former A&M QB Reggie McNeal arrested Sunday in Brazos County for possession of marijuana. Story upcoming.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by Samwho19 16 months ago
This will look silly once it's decriminalized.
“Honestly [tu's offer] doesn’t really matter though because I won’t go there. I won’t even visit." “I want to play big time ball in the SEC"
I hope he wasn't smoking Reggie atleast
Didn't see this one coming..
...who the heck seriously knows except God, and Sumlin. ~ Aggiemom6
He's really represented A&M well since he's graduated
That was good buckylaw!!!!!
This post was edited by Samwho19 16 months ago
McNeal, 29, of Bryan, was pulled over on Texas 6 by a Texas Department of Public Safety trooper about 10:25 p.m. Sunday for a broken license plate light, the arrest report states.
War on drugs, instead of protecting children in their schools.
Thanks again gummit, you're the problem.
If only our quarterbacks could be more like longhorn qb's:
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I bet the peeps over on TexAgs are wee-wee-ing themselves.
AKA he was dwb...
we need more thugs on staff at 247. I love Taylor and Aubs but they're too clean cut. Maybe we could get a weekly podcast with Frank Avery and Jorrie Adams as co-hosts. That would give this site more of an edge and more street cred with the recruits.
I got pulled over for a broken license plate light the other night by a state trooper right outside of Bryan. As soon as he saw I was dww and not dwb he let me off with a warning and didn't search the vehicle.
a motha f*cken beast!
probably stopped while being black. legalize this crap. create high paying jobs, sales skills, lower court costs and incarceration costs, focus on real crime and tax the crap out of it. winning formula.
Agree wholeheartedly. The problem is it's still illegal. I teach the class the every person has to take after being convicted of a drug possession charge and that's always a theme.
Participants cry about how dumb it is that weed is illegal, I generally agree, but then ask them why they keep doing something that gets them arrested, costs them money, and causes them to have a criminal record in a state where it's still frowned upon. It's the system we live in. While I don't think any less of Reggie for enjoying weed, it's pretty stupid to still be getting arrested for that shit.
The infamous "smoke draw" continues to plague Reggie to this day.
Or don't smoke something the government deems illegal? Make good decisions. Be smart. Not high as a kite. Once weed is legal I will be exiting the country
Big Lee say "Don't Smoke Tree"
Bottom line, is it is still ILLEGAL in Texas and it is stupid to keep paying fines and messing up your record.
It is not legal yet in Texas and probably won't be for a long long time in my opinion.
If you support legalization, then do something about it (like support politicians who support it), but don't become a sensational headline. Be a role model.
Good knowing you Lee.
Hope you don't mean it because you may be moving sooner than you think.
Win we shall, yes we can, yes we will.
This country is going down the tubes and legalizing this stuff will only further advance us down the tubes
Just curious, what's so wrong with a little bit of good ole Mary Jane once in a while?
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