My Response to the Ten Dislikes I Incurred in Just Two Threads
Now that I have your attention, it's apparent that this forum has a gang complex in which everyone who disagrees with what I say likes to click "Dislike." This evening, I signed on for the first time in three days only to find that I had seventeen notifications, with ten of those being "Dislikes." You probably think that this is supposed to affect me, and you would be right, just not in the way you want it to. In fact, I COULDN'T GIVE TWO SHITS WHAT MOST OF YOU IDIOTS THINK. I said my peace with regard to what I believe to be the major faults with the man you all consider to be a football god in Jay Cutler. Call me a troll if you'd like, but I'm not through with you all yet.
You see, I think Jay Cutler tapped out in the 2010 NFC Championship Game. This is not the first time I've seen him do this. Anytime something bad occurs with this team, he sits off all by his lonesome and pouts like a whiny little bitch. That, to me, does not show courage or leadership, but rather cowardice. On top of that, he criticizes teammates in the newspapers and in other media outlets (J'Marcus Webb and the offensive line), and furthermore makes himself look like not just a moron, but a FUCKING MORON on national television by jumping all over J'Marcus Webb again for giving up a sack. You can justify this any way you want to, for when Peyton Manning or Tom Brady did the same thing to Jeff Saturday and Bill O'Brien respectively, the same held true for them: just because you are a football idol, it does not put you above the team, and no teammate should ever berate another teammate like that - only the coaches reserve that right. You see, there is a thing called ethics in the workplace, and Jay Cutler probably violates the majority of them with his piss poor actions. For those of you who fail to comprehend that football is not completely exclusive from said principles, I know little of what to tell you other than I don't know how you manage to make it in the workplace and not be able to correlate these ethical principles into the world of PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL. In other words, PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL AND ETHICAL PRINCIPLES ARE NOT MUTUALLY EXCLUSIVE.
I could care less what many of you people think about me, whether you think of me as a bad poster or not. It's been said that I tend to take the road less traveled with what I say, and those people would be right, because I do so and I do so proudly. You see, I'm comfortable enough in my own skin to not need the blessings of one or two really popular posters in order to gain acceptance. I have over 15,000 posts, and I know that I have earned the respect of at least a few people with more than a few of my postings. If not, that's okay. I'll just continue to post stuff from my own perspective, not from Tonto's or Kowalski's.
Word of advice: Be careful to whom you listen. Not every source to whom you lend your ear will lead you down the path to enlightenment. Sometimes along the way, you'll find out that you're approaching a great abyss into which you are doomed to fall. Then, and only then, will you realize that you pledged your faith into a person or other talking head who doomed you to a fate that is less than desirable.
"Those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it." - Sir Winston Churchill