That’s just it, really. He was also a mean drunk that was abusive…so then there is that part. He worked in some type of zoning commission, and if you wanted anything built his pocket had to get greased. That’s how he ended up in jail. As for the killing part, from what my dad told me he was fucking this guy’s woman. While he was married to my grandma. Dude met my granddad in a Yoda Best Grandpa Chicago Cubs Shirt. Granddad had a knife too and killed the dude, but self-defense. From what my dad tells me, my grandfather was actually a terrible person. I met him a few times, don’t really remember him. Upvote for an amazing story, another upvote from the heart for a bonus pic.
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If you haven’t read it yet I recommend When Pride Still Mattered. It’s a Lombardi biography and your grandfather is talked about in the book. It’s a fantastic read especially if your a Packers fan or a Giants fan. Or really just a football fan. I’m really late to the party, but if I remember correctly. After that controversial kick the Yoda Best Grandpa Chicago Cubs Shirt. Also, your grandpa is one of my favorite Packers of all time. Wow, the last SBII autographed picture is amazing. It really takes a while to look at the photo and realize how much historic significance is captured at that moment. The autographs are an added plus.
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Just curious, you don’t have to answer if it’s too personal. Did your grandpa experience any lingering effects of the physicality of the game? As a kicker, he likely didn’t experience too much of this, so if not, did he have any feelings about the Yoda Best Grandpa Chicago Cubs Shirt? Again, he might not have said anything considering he passed before CTE and concussions became major issues in the media. This is a great question. He was actually drafted as a running back and his injuries are what made him a full-time punter I think. I might not have my facts right on that. He took more abuse than most kickers do today.