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TheCurmudgeon
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re: Brady is a mentality I don't understand
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Admitted, it may be just me and how I was brought up

Not talented enough to aim for anything more?

And for the record there ain't a thing wrong with anything you listed. But it's pretty obvious there's more to the world than that. And the guy has the talent and ambition to go get it. Sorry that you only have the talent and ambition to be a backbiter of someone better than you.


Don't make assumptions buddy. I wouldn't trade my life with yours in a second. At some point I was able to work myself to a point where I could say "you know, this is gonna be a good happy run till the end, I'm gonna enjoy it".

Could there have been "more"? Sure, but I'm pretty damn happy with how it's worked out so far. and I be you'd be too.


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re: Brady is a mentality I don't understand
This thread gives us what we need to make a good assumption of your drive and ambition


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TheCurmudgeon
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OP very obviously doesn't understand that the world he grew up in and built his life in is totally different from the world Joe Brady entered a few years ago, and also very obviously doesn't have a tenth of Brady's talent or ambition. Yet thinks himself entitled to pass judgment because Brady made a business decision he doesn't like. Unbelievable.


You're obviously retarded, as I never "passed judgment". I simply said I don't understand the mentality. Two very different things.


rutiger
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wish Joe all the best, but he represents the current job hopping mentality. All things being equal (read: money), there's something to be said for sticking with a good thing and building a legacy.




Lol, as the passing game coordinator???

Dude got a promotion.


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TigerLunatik
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I’m confounded as to why Carmichael doesn’t get more love.

I guess they think that he's just a Payton puppet and that Payton is the brains in the operation.


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Boomshockalocka
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re: Brady is a mentality I don't understand
Opportunity is not a lengthy visitor. It is smart to take advantage of this spot his stock may never be this high ever again.


JohnnyKilroy
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re: Brady is a mentality I don't understand
You sound retarded


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bluemegaman
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re: Brady is a mentality I don't understand
3 years, 3 teams. I rest my case.

Don't get me wrong, I wish Joe the very best. But it is what it is.
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JohnnyKilroy
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re: Brady is a mentality I don't understand
3 promotions.


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burdman
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re: Brady is a mentality I don't understand
Because the first year that the offense sucked, everyone would be ready to run him out of town. See Dave Aranda. Defense wasn’t even bad and everyone wanted him gone.

Plus he knew that there wasn’t another Joe Burrow coming anytime soon so it was now or potentially never if he wanted to make the jump.


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TheCurmudgeon
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It's just as much of a real job or career as an oil field worker, a plumber, an electrician, or anything else.


That's just stupid. Football shuts down, the world keeps moving and never misses a beat. Oil field, or plumbers, or electricians shut down? Come on, man.


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rutiger
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3 years, 3 teams. I rest my case.

Don't get me wrong, I wish Joe the very best. But it is what it is.



Doubling down on the stupid i see.


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WicKed WayZ
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re: Brady is a mentality I don't understand
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Admitted, it may be just me and how I was brought up, but making a couple million a year as an LSU coach, a successful program in large part because of my role, people offering me big deer hunts, turkey hunts, and fishing trips at high dollar camps, never buying a dinner at a BR restaurant, I'd stay in that until I died. I'd be happy. and the occasional co-ed to roll around with only makes it better.

I just don't get why some people always want so much more than something that would be such a good, fulfilling life.




Good Lord. This might be one of the saddest posts in TD history





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Shrevepatch
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people offering me big deer hunts, turkey hunts, and fishing trips at high dollar camps, never buying a dinner at a BR restaurant, I'd stay in that until I died. I'd be happy. and the occasional co-ed to roll around with only makes it better.


Fishing, hunting and screwing 19 year olds (at the “high dollar camp,” presumably). Yee fricking haw.


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RummelTiger
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I just don't get why some people always want so much more than something that would be such a good, fulfilling life.


And others don’t understand those that could never want more out of life and be challenged by new opportunities and growth, both professionally and personally.

Have you lived in the town you were born in your whole life? I’m guessing you have.


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memphis tiger
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re: Brady is a mentality I don't understand
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Brady is a mentality I don't understand


Not everyone who grew up outside of Louisiana has emotional ties to LSU.

While it might be your dream job doesn’t make it others.

I’m just thankful we had him for THIS year.


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TheCurmudgeon
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re: Brady is a mentality I don't understand
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Opportunity is not a lengthy visitor. It is smart to take advantage of this spot his stock may never be this high ever again.


Great great point. This is how a discussion goes, but it is the Rant so I guess that's lost on all the overextended baws who live paycheck to paycheck around here.


brewdrees
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re: Brady is a mentality I don't understand
Dude could've been the next LSU Head Coach in waiting. Sad.



burdman
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Yes, everyone who disagrees with you lives paycheck to paycheck.

This thread gets better and better.


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vjp819
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re: Brady is a mentality I don't understand
its not hard to understand why people who work for LSU would leave for another job, because they weren't brought up to love LSU like we all have been. Before this season, the guy had absolutely no ties to LSU. Thankful that we had him this season and the excitement he brought to LSU football again.


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