You do realize that declaring that Geno was an unspired pick based on what he did in college with the talent surrounding him, a "project" and a wasted one, possibly ending up in drafting another QB next go-around was the one honest thing this paid social media propagandist has said in 65thousand posts on FH, TGG and Buffalo Zone (not counting other sites like the Redskins and Landing Strip) doncha?
Originally Posted by Batroc
What job allows its employee to post so much during business hours, unless he was paid to have the last word trying to put some spit and polish on a perennial POS team and then disappear until the next morning business hours to do the same thing again unless that's his job for a reputation.com type jest publicity agency?? For someone with OCD level lastworditis, to a point where on the monday and tuesday followng the game vs them that Carpenter blew for us twice, he was scurrying around like a rat in a maze from FH forum to forum trying to bury that reality to the tune of close to 200 posts in less than 16 working hours.. and that's only on this forum.. not to mention the countless posts he did on TGG too. So it's not too hard to connect the dots that: a)it's a useless,menial job he's got if he's afforded all this time to propagandize the jest and b)despite his OCD-level behavioral pathologies, aside from special occasions he's not allowed access to the internet at home obviously the result of some abuse (I'm hoping it's babysitter porn instead of Rex type perversions).
Bottom Line: by even paying any attention to his homeristic and hero-lover pap, and trying to engage him in non rose colored glasses reality, in effect we are helping him do his job as a jest shill and should be compensated accordingly.
I may have figured this out first, but they've caught on on TGG as well that he's a paid shill for a jest agency for the same reason I first noticed how he can't leave a realilty post uncovered on FH - and the sooner the better UNLESS it's home weeknight or weekend time. Like Dylan sang: "You don't need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows."