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Rodman checks into rehab center

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Maybe after his rehab, Dennis will admit his North Korea trips were pretty outrageous.

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He and Charlie Sheen ought to bunk together, both on the "Winning" team. While detoxing, Dennis should just some real psychotherapy.

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Needs to see the shrink in rehab too not just for alcoholism either, the guy has other issues that need to be addressed as well.

Anyway easy excuse to use isn't it, I was drunk at the time.

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Anyway easy excuse to use isn't it, I was drunk at the time.

Works here...

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I am sure the North Koreans having better 'Rehabilitation center ' than any countries in the world!

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Standard celeb way to avoid the media.....he dug his own grave!

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Hopefully this is a beginning of new life for Dennis Rodman.

I give him a big credit for admitting himself to the rehab. Sometime, that's all it takes for recovery. Coming out from the closet is the hardest thing to do. That's what it took for Betty Ford. She came out clean and started the Betty Ford Addiction Treatment Center. Good Luck, Dennis. YOU CAN DO IT.

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Most likely his sponsors will getting rehab quickly if he does not want to end up under a bridge!

USD USD USD USD USD … will correct this "mishap"!

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What a douche

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Why can't he go to North Korea for his detox treatment?

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Rodman had his 15 min. Now back once again, taking his much needed meds. What really amazes me is that there must be a few NK supporters, because I've noticed every time someone criticizes the North or Kim quite a few posters get the thumbs down, now that is astonishing!

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How long can he stay and who is paying the cost? USA medical insurance. Keep him there for 5 years with probation in NK. What a jerk.

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@bass, nah, it probably isn't love for NK, it's just the way people flippantly diss a five time world champion who thought he could do something to make a difference. Would you say all the former NBA players and the Harlem Globetrotters who also made the trips are NK supporters? Come on, you really think they quote Kim family propaganda to each other in the locker room? Or maybe these jocks are smart enough to know that friendly sporting events are not the same as political summits.

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He is only human, we all make mistakes, for whatever reason. Forgive him for his transgressions and give him another chance!

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James Dean Jnr.Jan. 20, 2014 - 06:36PM JST

He is only human, we all make mistakes, for whatever reason. Forgive him for his transgressions and give him another chance!

Agree. Americans are very generous people by giving a second chance to everyone who is willing to do better in life. That has been always our spirits that many of JT posts are missing. No American anymore? Sad.

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