Jeremy Price on "Evan Gordon commits to Indiana"Laffy,
This is exactly why your ban has not been lifted. The second you get back on here, you take the most combative position possible, then feign surprise when others take issue with it. People were no more perfect in 1941 than they are today, but neither can you paint with
Hoosier Clarion on "Abell commits to Xavier"TJ, had not thought about that in many years but still a relative argument of blunder in large proportion. IIRC, HI did not consider them to be strong enough defenders for the international rules and competition. Many though argue because of his gold winning coaching results in "64"
My Two Cents on "Evan Gordon commits to Indiana"Now, that is just priceless.
People have been talking how "everyone has something to contribute, even Laffy" and now you're whining for someone to get kicked off because you don't like what they say.
Please show me where I'm wrong when I say those "noble" people were not complete bigots. Hell,
My Two Cents on "Evan Gordon commits to Indiana"Tsao, please tell me how #1 was wrong. This country was great back then only if you were white and straight and a guy.
Thankfully, the kids of today aren't such bigots as the "noble" people from back then.
And it's a fact we didn't care one single bit about what
Jeremy Price on "Evan Gordon commits to Indiana"Tsao,
I've given it some thought and understand your point, but at the same time I would hope we don't need to publish a Scoop rule book outside the general framework of civil agreement/disagreement and not using profanity or other personally denigrating language. In general, I guess I would say what
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