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  • #31
    Re: Western Region Pick'em Commish Retires

    I never took it as insensitive, didn't bother me at all. I would still take the NCAA


    Originally posted by XYZ View Post
    Well, if you knew what you were talking about you'd know that when I was a senior in college I had a cancerous "growth" removed. I believe they called it...melanoma?

    Therefore, you can take your claim of insensitivity and stick it. My post had nothing to do with Charlie (which to all but the dullest is hideously obvious). I, like everyone else here, wishes him nothing but the very best in all facets of life and am elated to hear he is doing well.

    I appreciate your input, however.
    Cadet Crosby '63

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    • #32
      Re: Western Region Pick'em Commish Retires

      Originally posted by norm1909 View Post
      I'm sure your heart was in the right place, but the "WESTERN REGION" in this case is NOT the ECAC West, maybe this will give you a hint.

      If you need more of a hint, maybe this will help.
      I hit the hint links expecting to find "Webb's MAP"....
      That illustration may have helped in your attempt to help Pioneers#1

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      • #33
        Re: Western Region Pick'em Commish Retires

        Originally posted by NorthernLite View Post
        I hit the hint links expecting to find "Webb's MAP"....
        That illustration may have helped in your attempt to help Pioneers#1
        Agreed, as did the ECAC-West Pick'em Commissioner....

        Originally posted by UCBadger View Post
        Of course, a picture (or a map) is worth a thousand words.
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        • #34
          Re: Western Region Pick'em Commish Retires

          Originally posted by norm1909 View Post
          Agreed, as did the ECAC-West Pick'em Commissioner....
          It's nice to know that people around here recognize excellence when they see it.
          “You drive by some of these rinks in the winter and there isn't anybody out there. It's kind of sad, actually...Here it’s go to the rink, pay for your ice time and practice for an hour where we could just walk to the rink and skate for four hours if we wanted to...It was just a lot of fun. I wish I could go back and be eight years old for a couple days" -Neal Broten

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          • #35
            Re: Western Region Pick'em Commish Retires

            Originally posted by Matthew Webb View Post
            It's nice to know that people around here recognize excellence when they see it.
            Yes, at last someone has trumped Gerard Mercator
            Larry Normandin
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            • #36
              Re: Western Region Pick'em Commish Retires

              Any takers? It is quite a commitment; I wish I had the time on a consistent basis. Season is just around the corner
              Larry Normandin
              SUNY Cobleskill '83-SUNY Plattsburgh '00

              Temper is one thing you can't get rid of by losing it.

              God gave everyone patience-The wise use it.

              Trust is like paper - Once crumbled it can never again be perfect.

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              • #37
                Re: Western Region Pick'em Commish Retires

                Originally posted by norm1909 View Post
                Any takers? It is quite a commitment; I wish I had the time on a consistent basis. Season is just around the corner
                You might as well do it. You post about every eight seconds on here.
                “You drive by some of these rinks in the winter and there isn't anybody out there. It's kind of sad, actually...Here it’s go to the rink, pay for your ice time and practice for an hour where we could just walk to the rink and skate for four hours if we wanted to...It was just a lot of fun. I wish I could go back and be eight years old for a couple days" -Neal Broten

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                • #38
                  Re: Western Region Pick'em Commish Retires

                  Originally posted by Matthew Webb View Post
                  You might as well do it. You post about every eight seconds on here.
                  LOL, you are probably not far off. Other than the month of November (and possibly early December), I don't see a problem, but it wouldn't be fair to the participants to miss the start of the season.
                  Larry Normandin
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                  • #39
                    Re: Western Region Pick'em Commish Retires

                    Originally posted by norm1909 View Post
                    LOL, you are probably not far off. Other than the month of November (and possibly early December), I don't see a problem, but it wouldn't be fair to the participants to miss the start of the season.
                    I'd do it myself if the weekly columns didn't chew up an ample amount of time as it were. I can at least cut myself some slack as I was the originator of this specific pickem'.

                    I just hope that whoever takes it over has enough sense to incorporate the "XYZ Birthday Special" every 2/12. Becker @ Wentworth looks like the early frontrunner here.
                    “You drive by some of these rinks in the winter and there isn't anybody out there. It's kind of sad, actually...Here it’s go to the rink, pay for your ice time and practice for an hour where we could just walk to the rink and skate for four hours if we wanted to...It was just a lot of fun. I wish I could go back and be eight years old for a couple days" -Neal Broten

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                    • #40
                      Re: Western Region Pick'em Commish Retires

                      Originally posted by Matthew Webb View Post
                      I'd do it myself if the weekly columns didn't chew up an ample amount of time as it were. I can at least cut myself some slack as I was the originator of this specific pickem'.

                      I just hope that whoever takes it over has enough sense to incorporate the "XYZ Birthday Special" every 2/12. Becker @ Wentworth looks like the early frontrunner here.
                      No takers?
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