Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Bunkley Robbed


Bunkley’s home was burglarized and rather than feel bad for him, many of the Philly media seem to be making a big deal about him having an “arsenal” because he is a gun collector. Among the things taken from him, several expensive and rare guns were taken from his home.

Bunkley is not a bad guy, he did nothing wrong. Most of us know this, but sometimes the stupidity of a few outweigh the sense of the masses. I, for one, feel bad for Bunk for getting his house burglarized. Property crime is a serious issue that eats away at one’s sense of security, as well as their finances. Keep your head up Bunk.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

NFL players need to find better things to spend their money on. guns, regardless if they were purchased legally, just lead to trouble.

chucky said...

NFL players are spoiled babies. Your typical american busts their ass and can barely afford gas and food. the spoiled athletes have too much money to throw around and buy car after car, video systems, and in this case guns!!

chris klinkner said...

I agree Bunk didn't do anything wrong, but i just think the guns set a bad example. Kids look up to NFL players and having a gun collection makes guns seem cool and the right thing to do. Guns rarely result in a happy ending, just as this situation again shows. Why does Bunk need them anyway. Now some idiot in the city has them...illegally!

thepaintedman said...

10 bucks says Kevin Kolb owns WAY more than 5 guns. Is he etting a bad exmaple?

chris klinkner said...

of course kolb has more guns, he needs to protect himself from bunkley...haha!