AJ Smith's Ego
From Bolts from the Blue
In order to understand the origin of AJ Smith's ego, one must first understand the events that led to the conception of the world's best GM, AJ Smith. His full name is Alfred Justice Smith.
Smith was born from a paraplegic mother who is also a member of Mensa, which contribute to both the "spiteful" and "better than thou" facets of his ego. His biological father is Chuck Norris, 'nuff said.
At the age of 7, AJ Smith ran away from home, lived on the streets and ran an escort service where he met a member of the Kennedy family that wanted to adopt him. Upon his adoption, AJ was finished with the escort service and turned it over to the mob. In this business transaction with the mob, AJ made many friendships that he would later call upon to further his career. While with the Kennedy family, Smith learned the practical use of "Tommy-Bahama-shirt/shorts/flip-flop" combo, as well as many tactics to use when dealing with the media which he wrote down, then burned.
At the age of 12, Smith won the Heisman trophy...twice.
A little known fact is that when he was 15 he ran an underground fighting club, and used those subjects to form a sort of cult-army which he used to pull large scale pranks and wreak havoc on society. When ready to move on from this part of his life, he wrote a script and sold the movie rights to Hollywood, resulting in the movie "Fight Club" starring Brad Pitt and Ed Norton: both of whom are offspring of AJ Smith.
The character of Johnny Appleseed was based on AJ Smith’s Ego - except for the apple tree planting and not raping men.
Everything that ever has gone wrong or will go wrong with the San Diego Chargers is the fault of AJ Smith's ego.