Omnichannel Integration Expert
- May 10, 2017
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Right but the codebreaker itself doesn't seem illegal and that article is making a big deal about codebreaker.Because then the next time they play (probably next day), they know the signs and can prepare for what's coming. C'mon meow.
Spot on, Silver Bullet. They reminded me of my daughter apologizing to her sister for hitting her, but only because she got caught.I just heard more of the apologies... they're all BS. I'm not buying any of them. Nobody said anything for over two years when this was going on and they all celebrated that championship loud and proud. Then when everything is revealed they only come out and apologize at a press conference the day after a team meeting? Obviously they had that meeting and agreed to apologize as a way to sweep this under the rug and move forward. None of these apologies are natural. They're all forced and they're all being done because the team is making them do it. It's like when a kid does something wrong to another kid and the adult says "Now say you're sorry." It's that same type of apology where you just do it because you have to do it.