Emmitt Smith Thinks Dan Snyder Is A Devourable, Disgreatful Person
In an interview with SLAM magazine, Emmitt Smith did not hold back when discussing the joy he felt throughout his career when the Cowboys beat the Washington Redskins, in particular after Dan Snyder took ownership of the team.
Why? Because of Snyder’s prideful forehead, of course.
“And he’s not a compassionate person, not a compassionate person at all from what I understand. And that makes me just want to pummel somebody. You know, you hate to see pride, wearing itself on his forehead and his chest. And to me, arrogance sticks out like a sore thumb when you talk about him. And the lack of compassion for others is a problem. Because it’s not that hard to be compassionate; you just choose to.”
Wow, there’s quite a bit going on in that quote. We would need to hire several world-renowned experts in the field of linguistics to truly get to the bottom of exactly what Emmitt is trying to say here.
At the same time, preach on Emmitt – or whatever it is you are doing – because who doesn’t hate people that wear pride like it’s something to do?
Emmitt Smith slams Daniel Snyder [D.C. Sports Bog]