Bad news: negotiations are not taking place

RoboCCFC90

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Much like it's beginning....
Whether or not you believe Michael and the things he says, Michael still has a right to speak his mind.

It doesn't mean you have to agree with it.
 

wingy

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Whether or not you believe Michael and the things he says, Michael still has a right to speak his mind.

It doesn't mean you have to agree with it.
I don't think anyone realizes the Stress all Individuals and leaders of groups go through while carrying out their Actions in the Real World ,but I will wager It's less than In the Artificial one .
 

Grendel

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Whether or not you believe Michael and the things he says, Michael still has a right to speak his mind.

It doesn't mean you have to agree with it.
Look what happens when you don't though.
 

Ian1779

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Whether or not you believe Michael and the things he says, Michael still has a right to speak his mind.

It doesn't mean you have to agree with it.
If Michael wants to position himself as the voice of the fans then all he has to do is engage in a meaningful debate and he might get considerably more support.

Of course he's entitled to speak his mind... as long as he realises he doesn't speak for all the fans, and more importantly he doesn't regard people with opinions different to his as 'SISU supporters'