Thoroughly discredited Pseudopsychologist on LinkedIn thinks Jim Harbaugh is a Violent Psychotic (Seriously)

Submitted by Blazefire on June 3rd, 2016 at 12:57 PM

I actually owe this to Tony Gerdeman at The OZone, who is a Buckeye but a pretty good guy. He shared this on Twitter. He thinks it's ridiculous and creepy as well.

A "Dr. G. Jack Brown", graduate of Ohio University and current Las Vegas resident, retains a pretty active LinkedIn profile, regularly posting short blog type items on "Body Language Communications". According to him, Harbaugh is likely to "...lose his temper in a highly significant manner" sometime soon.…

He goes on to say that Michigan clearly did not vet him well - anyone should know that people with wide open eyes are evidently dangerous, violent psychotics.... apparently.

As an Opthamologist from the highly esteemed OHIO University, he would know all about this.

And this isn't the only time - he has five or six posts about Jim Harbaugh on there! I'm seriously doubting Harbaugh has any issues - but I'm kinda worried about this guy and his OCD. Does anyone know him? Does he have his apartment wallpapered in Harbaugh photos?


ED-S: Ran this by the psychologist wife. Needless to say, you can't diagnose personality disorders from a distance, and the guy doing so appears to be a grade a quack. looking for clicks or to do personal harm against a football coach he doesn't like. She especially noted you can't get diagnoses off of sports for the same reason you don't judge a personality disorder by what a person does in battle.



June 3rd, 2016 at 6:13 PM ^

I'm sure if this "Dr." was saying positive things that folks on here would be on the good Dr's dick, but because he has a opinion that absolutely reflects behavior consistent with what we all have seen from " crazy Jim" you want to climb in your hole and deny,deny, deny. Facts are if tomorrow we all learned that crazy Jim lost his grip and murdered his wife and kids nobody outside of AA would be surprised. It's rather obvious the guy has more than a few screws loose. I'm sure after he fails to win against OSU and MSU this year and then again in 2017 that most everyone who is critical of the good Dr. will suddenly see the same wack job the rest of us do.


June 4th, 2016 at 4:23 AM ^

Want to talk about crazy Jim as if has actually won something. He has not won shit. His best win is against the worst Fla. Team in 20yrs. That's not a slight, that's a fact. He lost to MSU at home, and then was ass raped by Urban Meyer and his band of NFL draft picks to the tune of 42-13 in what was supposed to be the game he showed everyone who's boss. Well, everybody left knowing very clearly who's boss, and it's not the coach with ADHD in Ann Arbor. The reason so many dislike your boy is he acts like a coach who has won something because of the media attention he draws. But to actual football people he is a unproven, obnoxious, loud mouth. He is sort of like the phony donald trump of football. Running his mouth on people every chance he gets because he is so insecure.


June 3rd, 2016 at 1:03 PM ^

Most doctors are a little to quite significantly OCD.

Even though this guy is an opthy, you don't know his background.  Like myself, he may have majored in psychology, did clinical rotations as an undergrad, etc. etc.  That stuff is covered too in a psychiatry rotation in years 3 or 4 of med school.

Would you REALLY be surprised that a football coach has a bad temper?  Predicting violent psychosis, however, is complete bullshit.  


June 3rd, 2016 at 1:06 PM ^

I can make a diagnosis of Dr. G. Jack Brown "underwear" from a screen shot of him just as he does for Harbaugh. My assessment is that Dr. Brown Underwear is a low grade narcoleptic professional imposter with a penchant for blowing mad dick. He fantasizes about being relevant and writes up fraudulent articles on celebrities in order to draw attention to himself and deflect attention away from his penchant for blowing mad dick.

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June 3rd, 2016 at 1:45 PM ^

I don't see where BayWolves states anything negative about homosexuality.  I read it and thought the OP was assuming the Dr from Ohio is homosexual and that said Dr doesn't want people to know so he makes up stupid stuff about famous people.

OP also assumes he's a narcoleptic d-bag.  Is the post narcolepti-phobic as well?


June 3rd, 2016 at 6:49 PM ^

Huh. I didn't pick up on that. Then again, I'm not gay so I don't pretend to know what is and offensive to gays. Also, I don't think saying "that's gay" is as big a deal as you think it is. Just about everyone I know that is gay says it quite a bit. They don't care when people say it. But that's just my experience.

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The Mad Hatter

June 3rd, 2016 at 1:07 PM ^

Once told me that doctors choose their specialties based on their fetishes.  Who would choose to be a foot doctor or a proctologist otherwise?

The same professor also said that surgeons have very similar personality traits to serial killers and have just found a socially acceptable way to indulge their fetish for blood and guts.

I never looked at doctors the same way again after that class.

The Mad Hatter

June 3rd, 2016 at 2:05 PM ^

I'm assuming he's dead.  And without going into too many boring details he did make some very compelling arguments.  And he wasn't speaking in absolutes.

My wife's uncle once joked that he always wanted to be an OB/GYN.  I told him to visit the waiting room at the one my wife goes to.  That would end his little fantasy.

Blue in Yarmouth

June 3rd, 2016 at 2:51 PM ^

and a guy who knows many doctors in other specialties I have to say that is one of the most ridiculous things I've ever heard...I'm not saying it's impossible that there's a surgeon out there who may have the same personality traits as a serial killer but that doesn't mean most do or that mst Doctors specialize in something they have a fetish for. 


June 3rd, 2016 at 1:07 PM ^

Well if anyone can pick out violent psycopaths it'd be a guy educated in Ohio.........

Also he apparently went to undergrad at CMU and is likely a Spartan fan as well, so he's extra acquainted with them.


June 3rd, 2016 at 1:08 PM ^

Can I start posting somewhere that Urban Meijer (yes, I know, but fun, right?) is likely to have anxiety disorders and bouts of hypochondria? 

No wait.....


June 3rd, 2016 at 1:09 PM ^

I wouldn't be surprised if Harbaugh was diagnosed with a slight form of autism, but who gives a fuck.

People are too eager to psychoanalyze everyone, and put them on meds to make them "normal".

In my America, people's individual quirks are what make them great.