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Okay, I'm confused. I wasn't talking about my opinion. I was talking about an entire thread. The two guys who replied to me said that some people don't like any deviation from talk about football. If there's a thread that deviates from your preference, avoid it. That's what I do. I don't really care to read the same discussion about recruiting over and over, criticizing the coaches, ad nauseam, so I generally skip those threads.
I don't object to a person disagreeing with me. In fact, I welcome a challenge in defending my posts. What I don't like about downvotes is that you have no idea who is doing it or why. That definitely makes me wary of expressing my viewpoint.
Why do you care who leaves? If you think the person is an idiot, why do you want them to hang around? And if you want them to hang around for your amusement, downvotes will tend to discourage those amusing, idiotic posts.
Why do you care if anonymous people you don't know click a downward pointing arrow next to words you typed on the Internet? Crazy.
Just my curiosity, I guess. Probably some insecurity, too, because I'm out of my comfort zone.
well you've done a fine job of jumping right in. I've enjoyed your posts, and others have said the same. If you're bothered by DVs, you are worrying too much about what others think of you. JMO though.
Thanks. That's good advice, and I'll try to be wise enough to follow it. No more obsessing over downvotes - my New Year's resolution.
I agree with most of this. Its not necessarily a conscious decision or thought by a recruit, but it goes into the overall "coolness" of a team.
I'd like to see is break out some badass garnet helmets for night games wear the sun isn't a factor. I also like the battle uniforms. Let players give input into designs.
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