I still couldn't care anymore about too many phone calls. The other major incidents I care about, considering they're major.
Lying to the school and to the NCAA is my biggest problem. The NCAA is a power-trip organization and lying to people that have their attitude just causes you bigger trouble in the long run.
He should be fired for major violations and lying, but I still have the same opinion about something as stupid as too many phone calls.
And people still aren't getting the analogy about speeding. I'm not saying anything about being caught and getting a ticket. I'm talking about his absurdness saying that knowingly breaking any rule is wrong no matter how small or retarded it is.
He never answered my question about if he ever went over the speed limit because it makes him look like a hypocrit.
I think you need to go back to the drawing board, because your silly speeding analogy, is just plain silly.
When I am wrong I admit it, you however seem to be unable to admit that you were wrong, so you continue with the spin BS.
Belichick did nothing wrong and if he did everyone else does it, too.
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