Reckon it might have a lot to do with mindfulness. I've noticed it quite often with Dusty when he cops a dodgy decision. Most times he just raises an eyebrow and it's on to the next contest.Been working my way through the victories from last year n watched the prelim this aft. Enjoyed it nearly as much as I did watching it on the day.
Bunch of Tupperware tough Pordadalayde players going the blub after getting their arses handed to them on a plate.
One obvious thing strikes hard on the thought processes when watching games over the last couple of years. Especially the big games or close hard fought ones.
Way to many opposition sides play too many game moments looking for the maggots to intervene n help out or hesitate for the whistle. Jaaack would be our biggest offender at this but pretty much every other player simply goes head down arse up until the whistle n extremely rarely waste any time disputing after, they just shrug n roll into the next instant of the game.
Dunno if this is some of that mindfulness stuff of staying in the moment, but I reckon we are way ahead of the rest of the comp in remaining focused on the important *smile*.
He does react on the odd occasion, one I remember clearly/fondly was when he said **** off Razor. I didn't think his hero factor with me could go any higher, but it did........who wouldn't want to tell Razor to **** off.