Originally Posted by Capt Tasty Cheeks
in order to be a successful villain you have to be able to find a DaneMcCloud or Hamas Jenkins weakness and be able to press into it and not let up regardless of how clever their rebuttal posts are
Hamas was VERY good at coming up with 'dig deep' insults. A good villain never lets his shield down. He keeps pressing regardless of how many
direct quotes a Hamas Jenkins will get.
and you also have to drag them through their one big mistake at a constant rate...Hamas kryptonite was Vernon Gholston.
We saw Clay all over Dane this year with the "the Chiefs are so good they'll win 12 games despite Matt Cassel" post. Dane is a great babyface. He does not like when people go against him. He was not happy with Clay throwing that in his face this year. Clay understands how to play the villain.
WHICH IS WHY WE NEED A CLAY HEEL TURN
Clay. I want a corporate heel turn. From now on, Pioli is your guy. Go!
I was warring with drafturbators over Haley and Pioli in 2009.
I'm sure these things will work themselves out naturally.
I'm already building up rage towards OnTheTardPath58 for his pre-emptive strikes against Clark Hunt's new HC hiring philosophy.
CLARK HUNT IS MY SWEET BABOO