It's a unique way to allow fans to get inside Jeff's head. Jeff has been nothing short of an enigma and his mannerisms can leave some of the fans baffled. The fans being able to read his thoughts, peels back layers of mystery and lets us connect with him. What's the harm in that? Are you telling me that just because it defies the norm, that it breaks new ground, that all of a sudden, it needs to stop. No. It needs to continue because let me tell you, if there's one thing in this company, that shouldn't be done, it's to count one's chickens before they hatch. Do you see anyone else, besides you, up in arms over this creative decision? There are far worse things in TNA to gripe about than people being able to read Jeff Hardy's thoughts.
Think of the possibilities of this. Let's say that Jeff's going to turn heel and then, he goes and tells everyone why. You'll know why because we've had a look inside his head for months before he snapped. We'll know whether he's lying or not because he's thoughts get to be compared to his words. Isn't that great? Being able to play detective instead of believing what they tell you to believe?