If we notice him doing it at odd times, not when he is talking about an opponent, I could see your argument. And after knowing that is how people took it he had tried to explain it or apologize for coming across as doing something like that, I could understand it, but I've not seen him do it at "normal" times when it cannot be construed as shooting the bird and I have not heard him deny that is what he was doing, and in fact, he LAUGHED with the crowd in one video of him doing it, so yeah, I doubt it was just because he happens to have long fingers. We'll see in the next 4 years because it seems like it might be habit. We'll just have to see which habit it is. Flipping the bird or scratching an itch. I think timing when it happens will prove it one way or another, although imo it is already proven.