I am very sorry for the thread I started last month.
I am starting this thread to hopefully earn some of your forgiveness, because I am really, really sorry for that stupid, ill-advised thread I started back after the Packers game - you know the one. Over the past month, I have been struggling with a manic episode as is part of my bipolar disorder, and I guess I didn't think before I said something that was truly so stupid. While I think Jay Cutler certainly could improve on some of the ways he conducts himself, he is ultimately the leader of this offense, and we have to follow in line behind him, and give him, as the fans that we are, the support he needs. Overall, Cutler is a very good leader, and he's produced two really nice games in a row over Dallas and Jacksonville. Here's looking toward the Detroit game for him.
The funny thing about bipolar disorder is that I have probably caused myself more heartache and pain by some of the shenanigans I have gotten myself into over the past twelve years than I ever did in the previous nineteen years. College was a difficult thing for me because I would have nervous breakdowns every so often, including one while working a simple job as a photo technician at a local Walgreens, and I never had any continuity from the time of my first nervous breakdown forward in school to now that I'm working as a substitute teacher as I'm exploring my options on whether I want to be a social studies teacher, hence why I struggled to attend classes consistently and to make the best grades that I could have made. You people have no idea what you mean to me on this site, as it has become my home on the Internet. There have been periods over the past several years whereby I have taken significant time away from the site for whatever reason there was to do so at the time, but ultimately, I always returned, and I have relished the camaraderie with so many of you over the years. Ergo, I want to say that I am so very sorry yet again, and I hope you will forgive me for my past transgressions.