Originally Posted by Ammo
I read all you wrote there, LX, but does that last sentence still imply that he is actually capable and will not as opposed to cannot?
I started to answer this. But it went nowhere. It's like a zen koan. He is capable of excellence, but usually not in the face of sustained resistance. He can be the hammer, but usually ends up being the nail. And there's really no way to figure it out. I know I'm just not one to think it's going to change.