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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/8/2009 4:54:12 PM   
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Thanks, Brad.

He got cut. He was the top goalie out of the group of 6 all weekend, trying out for 4 spots. Another goalie, who was clearly the worst of the bunch, has the same last name, and I honestly think they got them confused and made a mistake. I can't begin to understand what else they might possibly have been looking at, and I can't explain it to my son, because I don't understand what happened. I'm hoping to get a return call from a phone message I left with one of the two coaches last night. I don't have high hopes.

Right now, my son is determined to never put on hockey skates again. For now, neither my wife nor I can even try to convince him to continue with it. We can't honestly tell him that if he works hard for the next year and spends lots of extra time with private lessons, that he will get a fair evaluation next year. He's too smart for that, and would call "Bullsheeet!" on us.

I think I'm going to be sick again.

Thanks for letting me vent on a Monday morning, Brothers.

Yeah, Mike. How the heck does one explain to a child why grown-ups do some of the things they do. Seems both of you are confused, frustrated, hurt. Wish there was something I could say. J


Maybe not a mistake... i remember losing one contest as a school kid to someone who clearly was not in the running... one judge held out for this kid until the others gave in... on the stage, the kid accepted the award from the hold-out judge with the words:
"Thanks, Uncle Jack!"

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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/8/2009 4:57:31 PM   
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Thanks, Brad.

He got cut. He was the top goalie out of the group of 6 all weekend, trying out for 4 spots. Another goalie, who was clearly the worst of the bunch, has the same last name, and I honestly think they got them confused and made a mistake. I can't begin to understand what else they might possibly have been looking at, and I can't explain it to my son, because I don't understand what happened. I'm hoping to get a return call from a phone message I left with one of the two coaches last night. I don't have high hopes.

Right now, my son is determined to never put on hockey skates again. For now, neither my wife nor I can even try to convince him to continue with it. We can't honestly tell him that if he works hard for the next year and spends lots of extra time with private lessons, that he will get a fair evaluation next year. He's too smart for that, and would call "Bullsheeet!" on us.

I think I'm going to be sick again.

Thanks for letting me vent on a Monday morning, Brothers.

Yeah, Mike. How the heck does one explain to a child why grown-ups do some of the things they do. Seems both of you are confused, frustrated, hurt. Wish there was something I could say. J




Yeah, I had a friend who was cut from the 1984 Olympic cycling team due to politics. He clearly had better times than the rider chosen for the spot, but the other guy had been known by the coaches longer. Sometimes life just ain't fair...


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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/8/2009 4:58:45 PM   
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Thank you all for the kind thoughts and words, my Brothers.  I expect no less from such fine gentlemen.  (Even if we are a "faction"  )

I just had a fantastic phone conversation with the coach.  After a few minutes of talking he started to realize that something might be very wrong.  There is an ex-NHL (brief playing time) goalie in the organization who did a goalie evaluation session as part of the weekend's tryouts.  Then, he was gone, leaving behind his rankings from 40 minutes of trained observations during his assigned drills.  That goalie coach ranked the other kid with my son's same last name as #1 of 9, when everyone in the building knew he wasn't close to that.  The two coaches making the final selections went 90% by the goalie coach's input as far as their goalie decisions. 

As our conversation went on, the head coach remembered more and more of what my son did over the 3 days, and became more convinced that the goalie coach may have accidentally ranked the wrong "same last name" kid as #1.  He asked if I had the goalie coach's phone number, which I did, and immediately left to go call him to discuss it, with a promise to call me back when he knows something.

What remains to be seen is if they discover that it was a mistake, if there is actually anything that can be done about it.  Either way, it will make everyone feel immensely better, if we know that my son was not ranked 6 or 7 out of 9, but actually #1. 

Stay tuned....

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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/8/2009 5:07:51 PM   
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Moral of the story: change your name to protect the innocent.

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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/8/2009 5:26:58 PM   
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Thank you all for the kind thoughts and words, my Brothers.  I expect no less from such fine gentlemen.  (Even if we are a "faction"  )
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What remains to be seen is if they discover that it was a mistake, if there is actually anything that can be done about it.  Either way, it will make everyone feel immensely better, if we know that my son was not ranked 6 or 7 out of 9, but actually #1. 

Stay tuned....

Really hope this works out for ya'll. But if it don't, you could show some of these responses to your son and let him know there's a bunch of folks that think he's #1. Ain't an answer, but maybe it's something. J

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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/8/2009 5:50:28 PM   
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Evening tithe...

Your boy will be fine, Mike. Wounds like this scab over quickly at a young age, and if he really likes hockey, he'll be back to it eventually.

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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/8/2009 7:27:33 PM   
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Hello all...just got this.

Reporters say this last thing the driver heard was "Hi-Ho Silver Awa....."




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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/8/2009 7:55:30 PM   
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Rather macabre bit of PhotoShop use there...

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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/8/2009 8:20:06 PM   
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That was my first thought but I think it might actually be real.  I notice the one front right huff, bent back rather awkwardly.  Either it's a detailed photoshop job, or it's real.

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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/8/2009 8:32:52 PM   
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Hello all...just got this.






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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/8/2009 9:05:24 PM   
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For some reason when I look at that picture I think of Norther Exposure and keep thinking...another one of Maggie's boyfriends bought it.

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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/8/2009 9:33:01 PM   
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BTW - "Ninja Cheerleaders" (with George Takei) is just starting on Showtime for all of you who are into quality cinema.

it was every good as the title implied it would be...

was this a porn?

Only in the sense that it should be seen*! It probably got an R rating for partial brief nudity... the plot revolved around three female cheerleaders that were "strippers", except they never really took their clothes off (even during the $50K stripping competition they entered for college money) and called themselves "go-go dancers". Oh yeah, they were ninjas on the side.

(*the original meaning of the word pornographic, iirc, was "should not be seen".)

so you were watching cinemax again

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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/8/2009 9:37:10 PM   
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I don't know how Bobo does it. One should not do turns while drinking, I got no I idea what I was thinking!

very badly.

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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/8/2009 9:39:03 PM   
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I don't know how Bobo does it. One should not do turns while drinking, I got no I idea what I was thinking!


Apparently he plays better when he is "relaxed". It's when He's sober that he makes mistakes! Just kidding Bobo!

THE GAME ENGINE. i made no mistakes. IT WAS ALL THE GAME ENGINE.

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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/8/2009 9:42:32 PM   
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Sorry to hear about your son, USS. Hopefully the injustice will be rectified somehow.

Please let me join in the commiserations, USS. It always hurt like heck whenever I saw my kids getting the flying purple shaft, particularly as I felt so helpless to do anything about it (I had a strong aversion to the "angry parent" thing, as I'm sure you do, too).

When my son was in eighth grade, I had to get him to baseball practice by 3:30 p.m. (I was a single parent, my wife having died of cancer a few years before). Problem was, I got off work at that same time, and my hardass employer refused to let me flex my hours so that I could take care of "unnecessary" family business. I finally arranged to have a neighbor give him a ride, but by then, he had been benched for being chronically late for practice. Sigh. Then, in his senior year in high school, he basically picked up his baseball team and carried it on his shoulders to the state championship with astonishing pitching, hitting and fielding performances. He got honorable mention All-State. Then, the big city newspaper came out with its "Prep Athlete of the Week" award. Sonny finished second to a kid who played "adapted floor hockey."

I'm sure glad I'm not there anymore, old pal, and I don't envy your or your son's situation, but I can sure empathize. Best wishes to you both (and to the rest of your family, who I am sure are trying to cope with it, too).

umm what is adapted floor hockey

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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/8/2009 9:43:59 PM   
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Thanks, Brad.

He got cut. He was the top goalie out of the group of 6 all weekend, trying out for 4 spots. Another goalie, who was clearly the worst of the bunch, has the same last name, and I honestly think they got them confused and made a mistake. I can't begin to understand what else they might possibly have been looking at, and I can't explain it to my son, because I don't understand what happened. I'm hoping to get a return call from a phone message I left with one of the two coaches last night. I don't have high hopes.

Right now, my son is determined to never put on hockey skates again. For now, neither my wife nor I can even try to convince him to continue with it. We can't honestly tell him that if he works hard for the next year and spends lots of extra time with private lessons, that he will get a fair evaluation next year. He's too smart for that, and would call "Bullsheeet!" on us.

I think I'm going to be sick again.

Thanks for letting me vent on a Monday morning, Brothers.

Yeah, Mike. How the heck does one explain to a child why grown-ups do some of the things they do. Seems both of you are confused, frustrated, hurt. Wish there was something I could say. J


Maybe not a mistake... i remember losing one contest as a school kid to someone who clearly was not in the running... one judge held out for this kid until the others gave in... on the stage, the kid accepted the award from the hold-out judge with the words:
"Thanks, Uncle Jack!"

yeah that's just par for the course with kids and sports. of course when my dad coached i never got to play very much because i always had to be twice as good as everyone else to play cause my dad didn't want to appear to be playing favorites.

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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/8/2009 9:44:35 PM   
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Thanks, Brad.

He got cut. He was the top goalie out of the group of 6 all weekend, trying out for 4 spots. Another goalie, who was clearly the worst of the bunch, has the same last name, and I honestly think they got them confused and made a mistake. I can't begin to understand what else they might possibly have been looking at, and I can't explain it to my son, because I don't understand what happened. I'm hoping to get a return call from a phone message I left with one of the two coaches last night. I don't have high hopes.

Right now, my son is determined to never put on hockey skates again. For now, neither my wife nor I can even try to convince him to continue with it. We can't honestly tell him that if he works hard for the next year and spends lots of extra time with private lessons, that he will get a fair evaluation next year. He's too smart for that, and would call "Bullsheeet!" on us.

I think I'm going to be sick again.

Thanks for letting me vent on a Monday morning, Brothers.

Yeah, Mike. How the heck does one explain to a child why grown-ups do some of the things they do. Seems both of you are confused, frustrated, hurt. Wish there was something I could say. J




Yeah, I had a friend who was cut from the 1984 Olympic cycling team due to politics. He clearly had better times than the rider chosen for the spot, but the other guy had been known by the coaches longer. Sometimes life just ain't fair...


very rarely is life fair. it's the exception.

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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/8/2009 9:46:33 PM   
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Thank you all for the kind thoughts and words, my Brothers.  I expect no less from such fine gentlemen.  (Even if we are a "faction"  )

I just had a fantastic phone conversation with the coach.  After a few minutes of talking he started to realize that something might be very wrong.  There is an ex-NHL (brief playing time) goalie in the organization who did a goalie evaluation session as part of the weekend's tryouts.  Then, he was gone, leaving behind his rankings from 40 minutes of trained observations during his assigned drills.  That goalie coach ranked the other kid with my son's same last name as #1 of 9, when everyone in the building knew he wasn't close to that.  The two coaches making the final selections went 90% by the goalie coach's input as far as their goalie decisions. 

As our conversation went on, the head coach remembered more and more of what my son did over the 3 days, and became more convinced that the goalie coach may have accidentally ranked the wrong "same last name" kid as #1.  He asked if I had the goalie coach's phone number, which I did, and immediately left to go call him to discuss it, with a promise to call me back when he knows something.

What remains to be seen is if they discover that it was a mistake, if there is actually anything that can be done about it.  Either way, it will make everyone feel immensely better, if we know that my son was not ranked 6 or 7 out of 9, but actually #1. 

Stay tuned....

yeah hopefully it will atleast convince him to work for another year at it and not give up.

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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/8/2009 9:48:04 PM   
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That was my first thought but I think it might actually be real.  I notice the one front right huff, bent back rather awkwardly.  Either it's a detailed photoshop job, or it's real.

photo shop if the horse was that big the entire front of the car would be completely destroyed.

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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/8/2009 9:55:01 PM   
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Hello all...just got this.

Reporters say this last thing the driver heard was "Hi-Ho Silver Awa....."




I vote for photoshop. the suspension of the car would be sitting much lower if an 1000 lb horse was in it.

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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/8/2009 10:01:33 PM   
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Hello all...just got this.

Reporters say this last thing the driver heard was "Hi-Ho Silver Awa....."




I vote for photoshop. the suspension of the car would be sitting much lower if an 1000 lb horse was in it.

It could be....

Notice though how the roof is buckled upwards and there is hood damage, but no front end damage. If it's real that horse was trying to jump and ended up landing inside the car. If it's shopped, it's quite a nice job.

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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/8/2009 10:10:34 PM   
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Hello all...just got this.

Reporters say this last thing the driver heard was "Hi-Ho Silver Awa....."




I vote for photoshop. the suspension of the car would be sitting much lower if an 1000 lb horse was in it.

It could be....

Notice though how the roof is buckled upwards and there is hood damage, but no front end damage. If it's real that horse was trying to jump and ended up landing inside the car. If it's shopped, it's quite a nice job.

not real the car would hardly resemble a car if it hit a horse that was that big. entire hood should be destroyed.

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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/8/2009 10:11:56 PM   
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I don't know how Bobo does it. One should not do turns while drinking, I got no I idea what I was thinking!


Apparently he plays better when he is "relaxed". It's when He's sober that he makes mistakes! Just kidding Bobo!

THE GAME ENGINE. i made no mistakes. IT WAS ALL THE GAME ENGINE.


Sure Bobo.This time. But we have been playing for over a year now. You think in 3 games, and all that time , I've not seen you play a turn when you've been partying?

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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/8/2009 10:14:26 PM   
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these are all images of cars hitting deer notice how much damage a small deer causes.




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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/8/2009 10:14:43 PM   
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That was my first thought but I think it might actually be real.  I notice the one front right huff, bent back rather awkwardly.  Either it's a detailed photoshop job, or it's real.

photo shop if the horse was that big the entire front of the car would be completely destroyed.


I'm not sure about that. I've never seen a horse go head to head with a car, but I've seen several moose and a lot of big deer. Usually , in the case of the moose, the animal survives, but the car and it's diver don't.

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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/8/2009 10:14:47 PM   
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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/8/2009 10:15:08 PM   
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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/8/2009 10:18:17 PM   
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and here is a more apt comparison a moose




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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/8/2009 10:18:51 PM   
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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/8/2009 10:19:14 PM   
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