Why am I not surprised that Volin is impressed by the Chargers’ shiny toys while ignoring their offensive coordinator’s half of a season of experience and offensive line’s half of a decade of futility?
Anyone paying attention the past two decades knows that Tom Brady's top motivation is winning. If he feels his odds of winning somewhere else is higher, he will go there.Read my post again. You're proving my point by completely missing the nuance in my post and then attributing your lack of understanding to a lack of understanding on my part.
By the way, you even missed the nuance of the post you quoted. He didn't say that was his top priority. He said IF and WE DON'T KNOW. And you jumped right to "idiot says Brady doesn't want to win."
Quite possible, and being on the spectrum isn’t necessarily a bad thing. I had 2 friends with aspergers, which is technically on the spectrum, and they were geniuses. One dropped out of high school at 16 because he was a millionaire and school was hindering his ability to run his business and make moneyYes.
I was told on here once that Bill was on the spectrum.
"Cornered"???? Easy, killer, that sounds frightening.Yeah, that’s the meth head/Florida Man version of Heisenberg. He changed that when he got frustrated that I cornered him in a debate about Kraft.
I do laugh. That exchange gave me a great laugh at the time and a good one this morning as I told the story of why that avatar came to be. You’re the one that didn’t seem to think it was funny. That came through in the passive-aggressive response.Laugh a little and enjoy life, Georgie, it's an internet fan forum.
Don't give yourself a heart attack.
I have 2 really smart, successful cousins with Aspergers. When I say I wouldn’t be shocked if BB is on the spectrum, I’m referring to this (or something similar) and not autism. Whenever you hear about how someone thinks very differently than others, and has the ability to compartmentalize emotions, it is just natural to wonder if his brain really functions different from others.Quite possible, and being on the spectrum isn’t necessarily a bad thing. I had 2 friends with aspergers, which is technically on the spectrum, and they were geniuses. One dropped out of high school at 16 because he was a millionaire and school was hindering his ability to run his business and make money