Discussion in 'Football' started by thracer, Dec 2, 2019.
If it is that important to him he should of had insurance on it. Too bad AJC comment section doesn't have a big cry option.
Ban this fool from BDS, his stupid lens could have dislocated Swilling’s elbow.
Oh look, another Georgia graduate looking for a handout. That degree just pays for itself...
öööö this guy.
F the dwag. No sympathy from me.
“Camera lens broken, specially by Swilling’s elbow” but fails to mention Pickens had a hold of his face mask and was attempting to smash his head into a brick wall at the time.
slant in our hometown paper never fails to amaze.
I wonder if GT requires people with field passes to sign any sort of liability waiver?
My down and dirty googling makes it seem like business owner insurance for this nimrod would have been cheap. Dipshit didn't want to pay for it. Dipshit can buy a new camera.
I suspect the wrath of the NCAA to come down full force due to this incident.
öööö you, sir.
Dumbass owns a business. Dumbass doesn’t insure his important business equipment. Dumbass learns a valuable lesson, as do other dumbasses.
Don’t be a dumbass.
Sports Photography major?
It's all here in black and white. You get nothing ! Good day, sir !
Another UGA casualty of the fight. Sweet!
I'd start a GoFundMe for Swilling if the NCAA allowed it
Whoever would have thought there might be collisions standing on the side of a football field..
Pretty much says all that needs to be said.
Ban this piece of öööö from GT campus for life
Yeah öööö him
Come on, guys. This guy is just trying to make a living. As he said, the camera is his source of income. At the very least, we should stop giving him a hard time.
Put me down for two ****s and giant **** you to this guy. I just wanna help.
I hear ya, but if photography is his source of income, then he is a professional photographer. And what kind of professional photographer doesn't insure his equipment?
(Answer: one who went to UGA, apparently)
If he had any smarts at all he would’ve told his homeowners insurance that he dropped it in the garage.