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Postby Madison » Wed Oct 15, 2003 1:37 pm

cardinals15 wrote:Between grief and nothing... I'll take grief.

I think the worst bulletin board is where nobody says anything and its dead. The best is when people of all opinions care enough to post reasonable, intelligent, passionate, thought provoking posts. I think the fact that different people are approaching the incident from different angles and dissecting different aspects is a positive thing. The responses and arguments for the most part have been good exchanges of information. I personally believe the hazards of having to spend a few extra moments to find a topic that is personally interesting within a lot of topics that are interesting to others (based on the number of responses to each of these topics) is a good problem.


Well put. ;-D I don't like arguments either, but with this being such a big deal, it's normal for everyone to have an opinion. Everyone has handled themselves very well and given a lot of insight on the situation.
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Postby Transmogrifier » Wed Oct 15, 2003 2:03 pm

cardinals15 wrote:Between grief and nothing... I'll take grief.

I think the worst bulletin board is where nobody says anything and its dead. The best is when people of all opinions care enough to post reasonable, intelligent, passionate, thought provoking posts. I think the fact that different people are approaching the incident from different angles and dissecting different aspects is a positive thing. The responses and arguments for the most part have been good exchanges of information. I personally believe the hazards of having to spend a few extra moments to find a topic that is personally interesting within a lot of topics that are interesting to others (based on the number of responses to each of these topics) is a good problem.


Absolutely. I'm a big fan of the saying (I may have created it)--if you don't want to read about, don't read it.
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Postby DK » Wed Oct 15, 2003 8:56 pm

Shitney™ wrote:just pick one and sticky it...

    *IS ANYONE SEEING THE BIG PICTURE IN THE YANKS/SOX BRAWL??
    *Pedro should be suspended from baseball for life
    *Is This Board Filled With Yankee Haters Or What?
    *Sox lose both game and dignity.
    *Much ado about nothing
    *I was at the Brawl in Boston Saturday night...
    *Contract the "Red Sox"
    *WHATS WITH THE IDIOTS DEFENDING PEDRO?!?!?!
    *Yankees/Sox game 4
    *Police report
    *Pedro should be commended
    *Red Sox/ Yankees fines
    *Here's my opinions on the Sox/Yanks from tonight
    *What the hell is Don Zimmer doing attacking Pedro?
    *Nelson and Garcia being charged for assaulting fan at Fenway



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