Originally posted by AB81Rules:
He should of read it himself also, he has a copy, you should know what to do, and not rely on someone else, what is this pre-school. He shouldn't need someone to tell him, "hey show up, or you loss 2M", he should of known of it. He is a dumbass then, read the f**king contract. It's on both Agent, and Brown.
I'm in the music biz and I've seen a professional contract or two. Trust me, that sh*t is almost like another language. While I can do well enough on my own, not everyone is equipped to decipher contract speak - especially not your average athlete. I've seen some of the brightest be boggled by the legal speak. That's why you have things like lawyers and agents who's job it is to interpret and speak this language.
that, even had Brown read the contract himself (and honestly we don't even know that he didn't for sure), he might not have been able to interpret the clause correctly.
I assure you that no one in pre-school would know what the hell any of that sh*t means. And it most definitely wouldn't be as simple a read as "you have to be here or your forfeit 2 Million dollars".
EDIT: And speaking of literary things, it's should have
(contraction of should + have), not should of
. "Should of" makes absolutely no sense in the english language. I hate when people do that.
[ Edited by trellblaze on Oct 7, 2013 at 12:28 AM ]