SUPERVISOR’S ANGRY, CRYPTIC REMARKS PUZZLE
Psychologists will tell you there is no way to predict what people will do under intense pressure. Some will berate others. Some will harm others and some will attempt to control anger bursting at the seams.
Somebody put restraints on Alameda County Supervisor Nate Miley. He’s actually pleading for it. One day after attacking the integrity of San Leandro City Councilman Michael Gregory from the board dais, he continually told those in attendance how hard he was trying to stymie his apparent explosive temper. At one point challenging people to vote him out of office.
He went on to bizarrely described himself as a “58-year-old man who is not intimidated by anyone.” The remark was similar to an infamous YouTube video of the Oklahoma State football coach who attacked a reporter he felt wrote a derogatory article on one of his players by yelling, “I’m a man! I’m 40!”