Random thoughts: Bears QB Jay Cutler gets legitimately injured in a playoff game, and armchair medical doctors that formerly played in the NFL tweet that Cutler is a whussy. Derrick Brooks was one of them. He's a respected ex-player and more importantly a respected man for his character, but he got egg on his face on that one. A couple of days ago Gerald McCoy [the Bucs first round draft pick of last year] heard his neighbor beating a woman next door. Instead of calling 911 or telling the guy to stop [McCoy is one big dude] he tweeted a play-by-play of said beating and "lol'd". Bad PR to say the least. McCoy realized the damage to his image could be done so he took down the tweets. Too late. The internet is forever. Screen shots and cache will almost always get you. Now today we have a congressman that decided to post shirtless pics of himself to some chick on Craig's List with a sex offer. He resigned his seat. Why do people feel compelled publicly post all this stupid stuff? Why do people put so much personal info about themselves on FaceBook that they get their homes burglarized, identities stolen or even fired from their jobs? Wait, if people stopped posting silly ---- on the internet, there'd be only porn left. Nevermind.