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Whatever Alan. You constantly dog him with your articles, where even I have to defend Curt against people like you who have forgotten all about last October. Even the Godfather would laugh at this latest post, since he insists that Boston sports fans can be very narrow-minded and naive. You have demonstrated, these past couple of months with your opinions on Shilling, that the Godfather can be right with his views.
I haven't forgotten a thing he did in October, but when I think he does something wrong I'm gonna say something.You were critical of Richard Seymour recently. Are you "naive, narrow-minded, and forgetting" all about his Super Bowl season performances?
Well now.....there is a small difference with your comparisons. Schilling did his bullpen work to help out a weak squad, for the team. Seymour simply wanted more money and did it for himself. Schilling also risked his health and worked very hard to come back this year, after helping break the curse. Seymour may be one of the Pats most talented players, yet he didn't show much leadership this past offseason when he didn't report to the mandatory training sessions.I still don't understand why you criticized schill in the 1st place, for the record.
I criticized him because I didn't like some of the choices he made. Simple as that. Being a hero of last year's World Series run doesn't put him above future criticism in my book.
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