Have You Ever Been To Buffalo? It’s Not The Nicest Place In The World


 

ThePostGame – A throwaway remark aimed at thanking his parents for supporting his career has made Tom Brady “the most-hated man in Buffalo.” During a media session on Wednesday, the New England Patriots quarterback was asked to describe the commitment made by his father, Tom, Sr., in the early days of his career. Brady had no idea he was about to stumble into a storm of controversy — at least in the proud New York city by the Canadian border. “My dad was always there to support me,” Brady said. “He’s been there every step of the way. Then I went to school a long ways from home (University of Michigan) and he and my mom were there at every home football game that they could possibly be at and a lot of road games, too. “And even when I started my pro career, he traveled to Buffalo. I don’t know if you guys have ever been to the hotels in Buffalo — they’re not the nicest places in the world — but he would still travel to those. It was just great to grow up in a house like that and feel so supported by your mom and dad.”

 

This is just another example of Tom Brady being Tom Brady, or better known as… a dick. The guy can’t even hold a normal interview thanking his parents for going out of their way for him without dropping some kind of negative one-liner shooting down such a beautiful place like Buffalo. They’ve got great food, water, art, festivals, and their housing is inexpensive. Why else would they name it “the city with a heart”? What do you know Brady, you went to school in Michigan. Michigan blows. There’s only a handful of things people know about Michigan: 1) The Great Lakes are named after it, 2) Detroit is a city within, 3) Detroit sucks, and 4) the Wolverines blow in every sport. Google Michigan football in the last 15 or so years. Or, Youtube Chris Webber trying to call a time-out. Fail. Fail.

So before you get to judging a place, look at your past and see where you’ve been…

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