Yet I'm totally confused and lost at the same time.
Must be how blondes feel most of the time. I kid, I kid.
And Congrats on the milestone Mook!
Yes doctor, I am sick. Sick of those who are spineless. Sick of those who feel self-entitled. Sick of those who are hypocrites. Yes doctor, an army is forming. Yes doctor, there will be a war. Yes doctor, there will be blood.....
Meh I spent maybe a week over at FFC. Football is not something you can analyze the crap out of like you can with baseball. Not much you can talk about and that is probably why their GT forum is more active.
"Think of how stupid the average person is, and realize half of them are stupider than that." ~George Carlin
You've gotta love the sport for the forum to be interesting, Yoda. I love football, so I like the FFC. Hockey has tons more action than baseball, but I have less than ten posts on the FHC, while I'm over here every week because I like the sport.
Baseball is an acquired taste. You have to love the meandering nature of the game, interspersed with brief flashes of action, sometimes gripping action. It also helps to have an appreciation for stats, since so much of the game can be so fully analyzed that way. Both sports translate far differently to TV, too. I'd far rather watch a football game on TV than in person, but I hate baseball on TV, and I watch five times as many games in person as on TV.
Football is by far my favorite professional sport, yet I avoid the FFC unless absolutely necessary. So I'm not sure there is a direct correlation there. In my experiences there, it's just not my cup of tea, and I'll leave it at that, so this thread can continue to be funny.
We have great discussions in our GT. Sure there's a bunch of silliness too, but there's also some really good science threads, history, politics, law, moral and social discussions going on.
I think I'm going to camp out over here for a while. You guys could really use some life in your GT forum. It's like a cube farm over here - just a bunch of dry stiffs without much going on. Where's the life?