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Dirty
10-02-2010, 09:08 AM
The solution is obvious. Schools stop televising games, refuse to sell tickets to games or let people attend games and make players do homework/study while on the bench. If a goalie hasn't faced a shot in over five minutes, he also has to do homework/study. If a player is penalized, he gets additional homework/reading assignments and has to complete them before he's allowed to leave the penalty box.

dxmnkd316
10-02-2010, 10:17 AM
You have a point, Lyfa. I attended school with the guys who I like to think were the inspiration for the Hansen brothers in Slap Shot, although hockey has seen many such fraternal characters.
As for relaxing admission and academic standards, like most things it's a matter of degree. Many of the denizens of this site go into a frenzy of denial and vituperation when the relationship between college hockey and higher (academic) education is raised. The same thing happens at the suggestion that the proliferation of TV programing and fat pro contracts brings lots of new cash into the college hockey scene, and this money will change college hockey.
The extraordinary anger displayed by posters at the mention of these subjects or an alternative point of view suggests people who rely upon bullying, bluff, and insult to get their way.

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The Rube
10-02-2010, 10:58 AM
You are obsessed. I don't understand why you have this axe to grind with college hockey. You are complaining about the most niggling little details:

ROPORTED! You racist.

goldy_331
10-02-2010, 11:03 AM
Obviously those hockey players are scoring higher on their SATs than this dope. Ignore him Tim, he's just to stupid to understand.

But is he too stupid to know which too to use? ;)

thebrain
10-02-2010, 11:21 AM
Because you touch yourself at night.

That answer works on so many levels...

dxmnkd316
10-02-2010, 04:57 PM
But is he too stupid to know which too to use? ;)

**** it all... I was typing it on my phone... Pardon the typo.

Freddie
10-02-2010, 06:34 PM
The extraordinary anger displayed by posters at the mention of these subjects or an alternative point of view suggests people who rely upon bullying, bluff, and insult to get their way.

I'm afraid you've got us all wrong. If we were 'extraordinarily angry' with you we would track you down and beat you with blunt instruments. Instead, we just laugh amoung ourselves about what a tool you are.

Osorojo
10-02-2010, 09:35 PM
I'm afraid you've got us all wrong. If we were 'extraordinarily angry' with you we would track you down and beat you with blunt instruments. Instead, we just laugh amoung ourselves about what a tool you are.

Sorry, I meant to say "extraordinarily angry for posters on a hockey forum," not "extraordinarily angry actual battlers." No, these posters don't "just laugh," they bluster, threaten, insult, and attempt to divert discussion away from college hockey. Look and see for yourself.
BTW: Who's "we?" You got a mouse in your pocket, or do you bunch up for mutual support and safety? What changes do you yourself see in store for college hockey, and what changes would you like to see in organization and play? If none, why do you bother to post to this thread?

Dirty
10-02-2010, 09:41 PM
Divert attention away from college hockey? You haven't had one post about college hockey, all of your posts have been about the academics of hockey players. If you were actually talking about college hockey, you'd comment on how you believe Boston College will repeat or Denver won't get home ice in the WCHA or Miami will breeze through the CCHA.

nmupiccdiva
10-02-2010, 10:01 PM
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huskiesfan1990
10-02-2010, 10:04 PM
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The Rube
10-02-2010, 10:24 PM
Will Osorojo ever shut up? Here's the answer from the man himself:

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HoosierBBall_GopherHockey
10-03-2010, 03:03 AM
The solution is obvious. Schools stop televising games, refuse to sell tickets to games or let people attend games and make players do homework/study while on the bench. If a goalie hasn't faced a shot in over five minutes, he also has to do homework/study. If a player is penalized, he gets additional homework/reading assignments and has to complete them before he's allowed to leave the penalty box.

I wish I could keep you giving you positive rep. This post is ******** hilarious. :D

jcarter7669
10-03-2010, 05:07 AM
You have a point, Lyfa. I attended school with the guys who I like to think were the inspiration for the Hansen brothers in Slap Shot, although hockey has seen many such fraternal characters.
As for relaxing admission and academic standards, like most things it's a matter of degree. Many of the denizens of this site go into a frenzy of denial and vituperation when the relationship between college hockey and higher (academic) education is raised. The same thing happens at the suggestion that the proliferation of TV programing and fat pro contracts brings lots of new cash into the college hockey scene, and this money will change college hockey.
The extraordinary anger displayed by posters at the mention of these subjects or an alternative point of view suggests people who rely upon bullying, bluff, and insult to get their way.

http://www.portamedia.com/animation/blog/wp-content/uploads/2010/03/theCuckooClock_filmstill.jpg