I’ve always noticed how hard it is for people to really relate to what someone’s going through. Phraises like “get over it” “move on” “let it go” are thrown around with ease. What if they knew the exact physical, mental, emotional agony, someone was in? What if they lost an insane amount of weight in a short amount of time? What if none of their clothes fits them any longer? What if they felt the same level of betrayal? Imagine they were the ones who were mislead time and time again. Do they know what it’s like to have their admission of mistakes thrown in their face, yet the rotten things done to them doesn’t even seem relevent or come into play? How about knowing what it’s like to have things shared in confidence come back to haunt them? Imagine a situation which is the equivalent of getting into a dispute with Keiffer Sutherland, and as a result not beng allowed to post in any thread or commenting on anything having to do with Jack Bauer or 24. Some would say it’s important to get an objective viewpoint. I agree. However, whenever I give someone advice I always tell them that it’s understandable that it may take time to see the real benefits in what I’m saying, and of course there is no way for me to know exactly what it’s like to be in their shoes.
As expected the Patriots handed the Cowboys a severe beating. Dallas’s defense played well in the first half, but there is only so much they can do, and they wore down in the second half. Glad I didn’t subject myself to watching that trash. It’s time to make a change at QB. I’m not delusional enough to think Cassel is the answer but they have nothing to lose at this point. Bryant may be back next week, but now everyone sees just how important Romo is to this squad.
In more bad news, my one feel good sports story of the year came crashing down. Florida has exceeded even the most optimistic Gator’s fans expectations so far this year. Will Grier let everyone down with this suspension. Looked like Florida was going to run away with SEC East, before this happened.