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January 31, 2008


The Biscuit

What does this sentence mean:

"We're excited Quinn worked obviously and at the same time into his PSA as those are two of his most-used phrases."

Did you forget a few words in there?

Michael Rothstein

Nope. We meant 'obviously' and 'at the same time.' We'll fix it. Sorry for the confusion. It's been a long week.


Wow, this is the best you can do? Slam a guy for a PSA? Methinks the Journal Gazette must be in dire need of a real sports reporter...

No wonder it was a long week...probably took you that long to come up with this drivel...

Michael Rothstein

Actually, Jeanie, this isn't a slam on Brady at all. We've talked with Quinn for over two years and no matter the interview, those two phrases worked their way in. Again, it's an observation. Not saying it's a bad thing at all. Just like both Charlie Weis and Kyle McAlarney say 'You know' a lot. Everyone has it.


I'm actually glad that Michael called out Brady on use of those phrases. I have only noticed 'obviously' over the past five years. How could one not notice? It's so obvious. Brady should not only restrain use of the word 'obviously', but also understand that the situation seldom dictates the use of the word 'obviously'. In this case, is it really obvious that "someone who is not registered to vote and has no desire to vote [...] is missing out on the one thing that makes this country great"? No, it's not obvious: it's Quinn's opinion. Opinions by nature are rarely obvious.

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