Originally Posted by ATL_Gator
IMO, it only matters when someone cares about any of that.
IF they don't care that they need a scooter to get around the grocery store (and EVERYTHING that goes along with that), then who is someone else to tell them they are suffering a reduced quality of life? That is not for someone else to decide.
IF they have a problem with my 4 year old asking me quite loudly why they are fat and using a scooter inside... then that is a different story.
I 100% agree with everything you said. I just have a hard time reconciling that would be a happy life for somebody.
"I'll turn my back on a five-star guy if he isn't a good guy," Muschamp says. "I have zero reservations about that. ZERO reservations."
He raises his voice a little.
"I'm the recruiting coordinator here," he says. "You're not a good guy, you go somewhere else. We'll play you. We'll beat you."