Being A Monday Morning Quarterback


Any person who considers another person as off the boat equally stands in the same position for the same views as of that other person for whom he holds that opinion.

It is quite a nuisance when a person doesn’t get what another person is trying to tell and instead keep forcing his views and beliefs on another person believing that his own word is the ultimate truth. While his word or argument could just be the “truth”, or “closer to the truth”, the only thing here is that another person is being misinterpreted and his views are discarded in favor of personal satisfaction to win the argument and belittling another person.

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One Response to Being A Monday Morning Quarterback

  1. Tanveer Rauf says:

    agree with everything you have written. very true

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