This whole time I've been thinking "It is not my place to blog about sports during sporting seasons"... When I felt the power of that line of thinking, I started to lose control. I finally hit rock bottom when I told a client "It is not my place to discuss the foreign exchange market during trading hours", and then when my boss called me in for a 1 on 1 to discuss this incident and my overall recent behavior, I simply told her "it is not my place to discuss my behavior at work during work hours".
After a mandatory leave of absence from work, I had plenty of time to reflect. I will never be as great as Jed, Tomsula, Baalke, the R.E.T.A.R.D., or any of the folks who make Levi's so great. I have learned that I should let the professionals do what they do best, and not try to emulate their success.
Jed: I'll never be able to have your incredible blasé approach to anything that I claim to be important to me. I am amazed at how careless, unprofessional, naïve, and unknowledgeable you strategically appear in the face of the media, but clearly you don't amass a net worth of over $1 billion on accident... It's our job to hold him accountable, and his job make seemingly ridiculous statements, hire his friends and people within his inner circle, make seemingly random decisions, leak stuff to the media using his code name "unnamed source", host Super Bowl 50, ignore all media and everyone on twitter, take vows of silence during the season, break vows of silences after a win, and be a husband and father. Maybe some day I'll be able to handle as much as Jed.
I, for one, would definitely take your R.E.T.A.R.D. Ed. classes. Thank you for your brilliance.
By: Uncle Todd