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Postby El Guapo » Sun Apr 16, 2006 2:45 pm

reenum wrote:Perhaps we need to ask some of the brightest minds to start writing more articles as opposed to posts. Honestly, some of the stuff I saw in the archives just blew me away. The points were extremely rational, but I had completely overlooked or not even thought about most of them.


I'll agree with that. If I see certain contributors to this site have posted on a thread, I'll read it just to hear what they have to say. thehat, Yoda and Madison are three that I go out of my way to read no matter what the topic. I normally find bigh0rt's take pretty good too. A couple of others I can't think of right now, but when I recognize their avatar's they are must read's too...
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Postby nuggets » Sun Apr 16, 2006 5:55 pm

reenum wrote:thehat.

I think you're actually quite correct. I did search yesterday on the keyword 'strategy', and I found posts that were far more insightful than anything I've seen.

Perhaps we need to ask some of the brightest minds to start writing more articles as opposed to posts. Honestly, some of the stuff I saw in the archives just blew me away. The points were extremely rational, but I had completely overlooked or not even thought about most of them.


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reenum wrote:Perhaps we need to ask some of the brightest minds to start writing more articles as opposed to posts. Honestly, some of the stuff I saw in the archives just blew me away. The points were extremely rational, but I had completely overlooked or not even thought about most of them.


I'll agree with that. If I see certain contributors to this site have posted on a thread, I'll read it just to hear what they have to say. thehat, Yoda and Madison are three that I go out of my way to read no matter what the topic. I normally find bigh0rt's take pretty good too. A couple of others I can't think of right now, but when I recognize their avatar's they are must read's too...


I spent about a month last year just reading about every post from HOOTIE, Amazinz, thehat, warrick95, slowpitch, raiders_umpire, tavish and a couple others.

To someone just joining the cafe today I'd add Ender, bigh0rt, EugeneStyles, GotowarMissAgnes and a few others I can't think of now.

If you want a crazy amout of depth in Phillies news, Perlick is a great source too.
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Postby Low and Away » Tue Apr 25, 2006 5:39 pm

Regardelss of opinion, Rotoworld is pretty quick on the news and free
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Postby josebach » Tue Apr 25, 2006 6:14 pm

I really like Eric Karabell from ESPN. I usually agree with what he has to say and even when I don't, his points are still well thought out.
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Postby Red Stripe » Tue Apr 25, 2006 7:19 pm

nuggets wrote:
reenum wrote:thehat.

I think you're actually quite correct. I did search yesterday on the keyword 'strategy', and I found posts that were far more insightful than anything I've seen.

Perhaps we need to ask some of the brightest minds to start writing more articles as opposed to posts. Honestly, some of the stuff I saw in the archives just blew me away. The points were extremely rational, but I had completely overlooked or not even thought about most of them.


El Guapo wrote:
reenum wrote:Perhaps we need to ask some of the brightest minds to start writing more articles as opposed to posts. Honestly, some of the stuff I saw in the archives just blew me away. The points were extremely rational, but I had completely overlooked or not even thought about most of them.


I'll agree with that. If I see certain contributors to this site have posted on a thread, I'll read it just to hear what they have to say. thehat, Yoda and Madison are three that I go out of my way to read no matter what the topic. I normally find bigh0rt's take pretty good too. A couple of others I can't think of right now, but when I recognize their avatar's they are must read's too...


I spent about a month last year just reading about every post from HOOTIE, Amazinz, thehat, warrick95, slowpitch, raiders_umpire, tavish and a couple others.

To someone just joining the cafe today I'd add Ender, bigh0rt, EugeneStyles, GotowarMissAgnes and a few others I can't think of now.

If you want a crazy amout of depth in Phillies news, Perlick is a great source too.


GTWMA is definitely one of my favorite guys here, If I see he posted a thread I always read it. I've learned a lot from him.
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