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Yes, you read that right. Bill Belichick hopped onto twitter for a brief moment to field questions from Patriots fans. Only he did in under the guise of Linda Holliday - the woman he is dating.
Is twitter the perfect platform for Bill Belichick? A place where short, succinct answers are seen as the norm instead of completely rude? Perhaps it is. Also, we did get a "lol" from Bill, or maybe that was Linda. Oh, and it turns out he finally fixed his car clock (If you saw Football Life you'll know what that means)
Anyway here's the Q&A courtesy Nick Underhill, MassLive.com Will Bill ever do one of these again? Logic would dictate the answer to that being "never" but then again, who could've seen this coming?
What would you have asked BB?
First time Q&A with Bill... Ask??
— Linda Holliday (@Linda_Holliday) March 13, 2013
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