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  • I think there's a tendency.

  • You know, people talk about cancel culture, but and you could extend that to mean that if someone has some piece of behavior that you don't like you can or even a pattern of behavior, you can.

  • I think there's a tendency to think they are now disqualified from ever rejoining society or the workforce.

  • And that's a fundamentally destructive way to think about things you'd like for people to get better, you'd like for happy outcomes for everybody as much as possible.

  • Even the people you feel are the bad guys.

  • You hope that there can change their behavior and no longer be that way.

  • Not that they shouldn't be punished or pay the price in some way because that you do need to set an example, but not just to be punitive.

  • You've done a bad thing, and now you must hurt.

  • You know, it's it's to set examples and things like that, ultimately the most.

  • The best outcome is to change the behavior for the better and what that's what to me.

  • What it sounds like Tom Brady is really talking about, um, he when, when Damian says pay it forward, he had help in his life.

  • We all have, and you'd like to help others to.

  • It reminds me it's in.

  • It's not exactly the same thing, but it's the same place.

  • And Brady, I think, um, in terms of the leadership has shown when he was on that radio interview in a host mentioned something about his daughter that Listen, Stephen A has done radio.

  • I've done radio.

  • We could tell you you're talking for hours on end and you're trying to be entertaining, and sometimes you say something stupid.

  • And that happened to the radio host and concerned Tom Brady's daughter and Brady got up and left the interview.

  • But when everyone saying, Oh, he should be fired But he said No, I don't think he should be fired.

  • He wanted him to learn from it and get better.

  • That's the right attitude it carries over his Tom Brady said, off the field and on the field for him, and it's one of the things that makes him a great leader.

  • But one of the things I think also helped to bring up to piggyback off the point that you just made about Tom Brady.

  • Let's keep in mind that when that radio host made that mistake and talking about his daughter, Tom Brady did not refuse to show up for the meeting for the appearance on the radio show.

  • He actually called in to tell the guy, This is why I'm not gonna have that conversation with you guys.

  • Here's what you did.

  • I did not appreciate it, etcetera, etcetera.

  • And so to me that that was incredibly classy as well.

  • He didn't just go to the media, stay in his locker room, not show up.

  • He said.

  • No, I'm supposed to show up weekly, but I'm not going to mention behaviors.

  • This is This is what you did now, having said all of that, let me be very, very clear.

  • Tom Brady has no responsibility whatsoever for Antonio Brown.

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  • Antonio Brown's a grown man.

  • It's up to Antonio Brown toe conduct himself accordingly, and if he doesn't, he's going to pay a price because Bruce Arians has made it very, very clear.

  • There will be a no tolerance policy, and I think Antonio Brown knows that Tom Brady.

  • What Tom Brady is vouching for with Antonio Brown is that he he's to have a connection that would benefit the team on the football field and in the locker room.

  • Tom Brady don't have anything to do with Antonio Brown going off their cops locally in Florida.

  • He don't have any problem with him.

  • Videotape.

  • You know John Brady doesn't have anything to do with Antonio Brown secretly taping people when he's having conversations with them without them knowing.

  • I mean, he doesn't have anything to do with that.

  • He can't control something like that.

  • And so those are the kind of things that we have to make sure we compartmentalize and we let it.

  • Does Antonio Brown deserve a second chance?

  • Yes, he does.

  • Um, I happy that he's gonna be back in the league.

  • Yes, I am.

  • Do I think that he's gonna play lights out?

  • You damn right, I dio.

  • But the flip side to it is that let's be very, very clear if he messes up because of his behavior.

  • It's of no fault off Tom Brady.

  • All Tom Brady was doing, and I appreciate what he articulated is that you come from different backgrounds.

  • You have a support base in the support system that some other people don't have being in a locker room for a zloty.

  • As I have been hearing the stories being connected to people that have endured things that I can Onley imagine.

  • It reminds me of how blessed and fortunate I am to have had the life that I have in terms of my parents, my siblings, my whole family kind of structure and background.

  • It's I'm incredibly fortunate to have that.

  • But other people didn't, and because of that, they may not have known any better because of things that they've been exposed to.

  • The mistakes that they've made etcetera, etcetera and I believe and other and people getting chances.

  • I can respect Tom Brady for feeling that way, but I have even more respect for him for saying Thanks for watching ESPN on YouTube for live streaming sports and premium content.

I think there's a tendency.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/10/29
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