Re: Mallet time vrs. Steelers?
posted at 11/1/2013 3:34 PM EDT
In response to Patsfansince1966's comment:
In response to zbellino's comment:
Haha. OK, bold face must indicate you are serious.
I don't know, like ... on video, when he had both of them out together and I used basic spatial logic that most humans develop by age 2 or 3 and noticed ... one of these is not like the other: it's much larger, it's red ... and oh yeah, he is rubbing it (what people do when something hurts) and oh yeah now he is showing it to a coach on the sideline while still rubbing it.
If you've been a sportsfan since (I presume) 1966 and can't tell someone how long it takes an average football player to come back from an average (let's say) hamstring injury, then you are an absolute moron. You aren't an honest broker who won't "play doctor" you are just a total moron who's missed the context of the other 100 or so hamstring injuries that occur in a given season.
If you can't guess that a giant swollen hand that someone is rubbing on the sidelines, placed on the injury report for, and held out of practice over proabably is causing them pain, then I doubt faculties beyond your minimal intelligence ... like your basic sense of pain, memory, etc.
Really, just stop. I mean ... just ... stop. You really, really, look like a total whiny, colicky, nitwit here. And you've proven nothing to anyone but that ...
And you have proven that you're an expert on hand injuries, of course.
So if it's 10 below and I rub my hands together it means I hurt them?
Haha. You really don't know how to give up do you?
Ok, yeah ... if it were 10 degrees and he were rubbing them together briskly ... but not when it's not ten degrees but 60, one hand is visibly swollen and he is using the other hand to rub that one on the portion that is swollen, and a team doctor and Brady are both looking at the hand together on the sideline ... which, (exahaustingly) again .. he was placed on the injured list for and held out of practice for.
Let me ask you this ... I have a cold, it's been four days ... I pretty much know it's going to be completely gone in a few days? Does that make me a cold expert? Haha, or merely someone with a few brain cells bouncing around in their head that recalls that most colds are gone in about a week? Cold expert? Person with at least a slightly larger intelligence than a chimpanzee?
Let the forum make the call, lol.
I guess the swelling, rubbing, team doctor looking at both, replacing the tape on for two weeks, the injury report, and the limited practice ... those are all just an elaborate set of coincidences ... he was really cold on a ~60 degree day because he is anemic, thus he was rubbing his hand ... and his team doctor was ring shopping, so you know, brady being the nice guy he is decided to show that his fingers were the same size as the doctor's and thus he could go ahead and order a size 14 ring just like Brady's, the swelling is just because Brady was retaining water from a lot of chinese food and the full moon, and injury report was an accidental slip up in book keeping, and BB let him have practice off because he thinks he needs some extra time to plan the Patriots' surprise team holdiay party?
And here is his 'normal ' hand ... and also a real facepalm reference to how sad your nitwit hijinx are ... so yeah ... just really, haha, stop. You look and sound like a total tool.