Is Russell Wilson a role model?

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Re: Is Russell Wilson a role model?
Thu Jan 17, 2013 7:32 pm
  • Bipolar wrote:
    SoulfishHawk wrote:I'm sorry but anyone who thinks this guy EVER sounds like a Douche clearly is on crack.

    well, you have to judge the content of his communication, not what and how he does it in front of the camers.

    let's face it, Russell Wilson is smart, since he completed a bacherlors in 3 years (although in Communications, and from a crappy school) and has a masters degree in leadership from UW Madison (for a football player? amazing!). its not as impressive as Donald Driver, but still pretty damn good overall.

    these credentials alone by definition imply that the person:

    a) knows how to talk and
    b) knows how to lead

    what you see in front of the cameras is all great, but what I read on twitter is whole another story.
    his major flaw, in my opinion, is that he is deeply religious. the good news is that he is not as vomit-inducing as Tebow, who talks like a child, but I can still sense naivite and close-mindedness from a mile away.

    again, my personal opinion and you are free to disagree with me. cheers!

    Interesting... I sense naivete and close-mindedness from a mile away as well. But it isn't from Russ's twitter feed.
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Re: Is Russell Wilson a role model?
Thu Jan 17, 2013 8:40 pm
  • No, but he may get there
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