Special needs DYSLEXIA:TIMMY can't read, how could BB save him?

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    Re: Special needs DYSLEXIA:TIMMY can't read, how could BB save him?

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    the pats are not just a football team. they are also OFFICIALLY a non-profit operation with public, civic and community duties and obligations that go way beyond  football. so many kids get bullied out there and are called names due to their misdiagnosed or ill-treated dyslexia. helping the tebow could be like helping the world. its not just about Xs and Os, sometimes its also about helping others see the Xs and Os. its about our ideal humanity. saving the tebow is like saving or transforming the world.  timmy cant read but clearly has the will for skill and the will for the kill. he just needs the proper nurturing like so many others he is a symbol for.

    think about how much this kid has had to overcome in his life just to get to this point. most athletes can read and are blessed with so much more. the tebow has to be taught and trained differently, thats all. he can get to the same finish line, just differently. the pats have been known for being very accomadating for such things like with Kyle the Love.. ummm, bad example. its time they respond to a higher power and a deeper calling for the greater good. Comrade Kraft should mandate it at least for a year! this kid is too important and good not to try to save!

    what if he becomes president someday and has all this built-up anger and decides to send this country into a war of doom (like with the previous prez before Comrade obama), who also suffered with dyslexia and likely couldnt read the intelligence reports and had to rely slicksters like Cheney to read or interpretthem for him? just sayin'...

    Wikipedia says:

    Dyslexia is characterized by difficulty in learning to read fluently and with inaccurate comprehension despite normal intelligence.This includes difficulty with phonological awareness, phonological decoding, processing speed, orthographic coding, auditory short-term memory, language skills/verbal comprehension, and/or rapid naming.

    Developmental reading disorder (DRD), or dyslexia, is the most common learning disability.

    Adult dyslexics can read with good comprehension, although they tend to read more slowly than non-dyslexics and perform more poorly at spelling and nonsense word reading, a measure of phonological awareness.

    as u can see, its a challenge and likely a big reason y others did not want to take a chance on the kid. Be it for those with different sexual persuasions, different faiths, different pigments or genders, or different medical normalcies, the Commy is all about inclusion with dignity. glad we let him walk thru those doors, now lets do all possible keep in there. hope bb is talking with the medical experts in this field and keeping the staff up to speed with the best approaches in helping this kid stay maximized. tt is lucky he has the public support of the owner and top management. just hope, unlike the jets, they just dont put all this burden on him.

    part of being a team or family is being able to empathize and trying to enhance the comfort of those most afflicted amongst us. bb, josh and tb will have to step outside of their comfort zones a bit to help this kid reach his potential. whether he becomes an all-pro with the pats or not is very secondary. he's already an all-star in life. give him the best chance to realize his dreams. we all win out in the long term. give him a full year, lets see how it goes. everyone will come out better for it.. EVERYONE!




    i don't know about all that but i for one never knew the Pats were a non-profit organization

     
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    Re: Special needs DYSLEXIA:TIMMY can't read, how could BB save him?


    I believe Tebow was an Academic All American at Florida.

     

    Take a tip here - don't project. You're just embarassing yourself in public.

     
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    Re: Special needs DYSLEXIA:TIMMY can't read, how could BB save him?

    I am officially putting you on ignore right now. Have a good one.

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    Re: Special needs DYSLEXIA:TIMMY can't read, how could BB save him?

    In response to CommyContrarianOnTwitter's comment:

    the pats are not just a football team. they are also OFFICIALLY associated with a non-profit operation called the NFL with public, civic and community duties and obligations that go way beyond  just football. so many kids get bullied out there and are called names due to their misdiagnosed or ill-treated dyslexia. helping the tebow could be like helping the world. its not just about Xs and Os, sometimes its also about helping others see the Xs and Os. its about our ideal humanity. saving the tebow is like saving or transforming the world.  timmy cant read but clearly has the will for skill and the will for the kill. he just needs the proper nurturing like so many others he is a symbol for.

    think about how much this kid has had to overcome in his life just to get to this point. most athletes can read and are blessed with so much more. the tebow has to be taught and trained differently, thats all. he can get to the same finish line, just differently. the pats have been known for being very accomadating for such things like with Kyle the Love.. ummm, bad example. its time they respond to a higher power and a deeper calling for the greater good. Comrade Kraft should mandate it at least for a year! this kid is too important and good not to try to save!

    what if he becomes president someday and has all this built-up anger and decides to send this country into a war of doom (like with the previous prez before Comrade obama), who also suffered with dyslexia and likely couldnt read the intelligence reports and had to rely slicksters like Cheney to read or interpretthem for him? just sayin'...

    Wikipedia says:

    Dyslexia is characterized by difficulty in learning to read fluently and with inaccurate comprehension despite normal intelligence.This includes difficulty with phonological awareness, phonological decoding, processing speed, orthographic coding, auditory short-term memory, language skills/verbal comprehension, and/or rapid naming.

    Developmental reading disorder (DRD), or dyslexia, is the most common learning disability.

    Adult dyslexics can read with good comprehension, although they tend to read more slowly than non-dyslexics and perform more poorly at spelling and nonsense word reading, a measure of phonological awareness.

    as u can see, its a challenge and likely a big reason y others did not want to take a chance on the kid. Be it for those with different sexual persuasions, different faiths, different pigments or genders, or different medical normalcies, the Commy is all about inclusion with dignity. glad we let him walk thru those doors, now lets do all possible keep in there. hope bb is talking with the medical experts in this field and keeping the staff up to speed with the best approaches in helping this kid stay maximized. tt is lucky he has the public support of the owner and top management. just hope, unlike the jets, they just dont put all this burden on him.

    part of being a team or family is being able to empathize and trying to enhance the comfort of those most afflicted amongst us. bb, josh and tb will have to step outside of their comfort zones a bit to help this kid reach his potential. whether he becomes an all-pro with the pats or not is very secondary. he's already an all-star in life. give him the best chance to realize his dreams. we all win out in the long term. give him a full year, lets see how it goes. everyone will come out better for it.. EVERYONE!



    Commy,

    It's obvious you have too much time on your hands.  You need to get a job.

     

     

     

     

     
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