I am not happy about it, but I won't sepukku over it, either.
Here's my assessment of your behavior as I described it to Lebell in one of the PMs we exchanged.
I'd rather not wade through the TD minute-by-minute, and little annoyance after little annoyance, but that's a general statement that I have made a few times in pretty much the same manner, so don't say that I am exaggerating because I am angry with you, or whatever.Quote:
The problem was how his [bad] attitude translates on the mat: He is very hard to work with. He doesn't know how to adapt to a partner, he fouls a lot in sparring, and he doesn't tap out.
Granted, we could have been clearer with him about that in '11, and especially this year. But in any case, we need to communicate this to him in a civilized fashion, or, sooner or later, somebody will end up seriously injured.
Just take that, and think about it, so next time things work out in a more relaxed fashion. And guess what, I really wanted to keep this out of the internet narrative.
And that line has been crossed so often by now that the level of the general discourse has degenerated to a point where I am reminded of that image when the schoolboys strip naked and dance around the pighead.
Like, for example, what does this dramafest in particular really serve? Just one thing really: EuroMega 5 will be really awkward, when it should be enjoyable.