We are addicted to sports



Doug douglas342 at aol.com
Wed Sep 26 23:29:26 UTC 2012


Consolo was on the team, but was he the shortstop?  Maybe Don Buddin?

As for the rest of it, 'nuf said!

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On Sep 26, 2012, at 4:00 PM, Eggcentric <eggcentric at aol.com> wrote:

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> Sorry, 
> the shortstop and pitcher escape me.)
> 
> Ah yes, memories.  Billy Consolo/Williard Nixon?  Were Dopson, McDermott, Parnell,
> and Kinder gone by then?  Funny stuff.
> 
> Don't think anyone has to be an expert to realize that Bass does not equal Josh
> Smith neither in talent nor salary on a one-for-one trade basis.  Ridiculous, and yes
> even fraudulent for a paid-for site to feature such a silly opinion.
> 
> Sorry - tact and diplomacy are not my calling cards especially on sports boards.
> At least my idiotic posts get this dead-ass board buzzing again.  The only posts here
> that pick up steam seem to be the ones that WayRay or I submit.
> 
> Gather your imagination, folks.  Make it happen.  Make it exciting. Make sense.
> 
> Sully as a starter? Geesh.
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: douglas342 <douglas342 at aol.com>
> To: celtics <celtics at igtc.com>
> Sent: Wed, Sep 26, 2012 6:24 pm
> Subject: Re: We are addicted to sports
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> I'm not enough of an aficionado to have a strong opinion on Bass v Smith; both 
> are easy to spell.  I simply don't think that labeling an opinion one way or the 
> other should be categorized as "this crap" that should or should not be 
> "allowed" on the web.  It's those two words and, to a lesser extent, the use of 
> "fraudulent" to describe the blog with which I take exception - those words 
> merely tick people off, and when you have such valid opinions (seriously - your 
> basketball observations tend to be excellent) it tends to make some folks react 
> to the verbiage rather than the content.  As I said, your discussion of the 
> sports addiction was a great post.  (Well, the insult to the Sox about prices - 
> aw, never mind.  The last time I was in Fenway, the Sox outfield was 
> Jensen-Piersall-Williams,  Frank Malzone was at third, Dick "Stonefingers" 
> Stuart at first, maybe Billy Goodman at second and Sammy White catching?  Sorry, 
> the shortstop and pitcher escape me.)
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Eggcentric <eggcentric at aol.com>
> To: celtics <celtics at igtc.com>
> Sent: Wed, Sep 26, 2012 2:14 pm
> Subject: Re: We are addicted to sports
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> Not sure where you are going here with your final "graph,"  Doug,
> Are you assuming that Atlanta would actually trade Josh Smith
> equal up for Bass, who is really no more than a second string PF on 
> most NBA teams?
> 
> And who is counting about such a Bass-Smith trade salary mismatch. 
> Obviously not you nor any Celtic aficionado.
> 
> Oh right, I forget if we added Bradley and a first rounder it would
> still be thousands off from equalizing the cap restricted deal.
> 
> If our slow-a-foot, lousy shooting in Summer League, below the 
> rim-guy, unathletic, bad back Sully is our starting PF I'll stop watching our 
> games,  Geesh - such hype on every one of our draft picks over 
> the last several years.  Unbelievable, and at the same time future
> depressants.
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: douglas342 <douglas342 at aol.com>
> To: celtics <celtics at igtc.com>
> Sent: Wed, Sep 26, 2012 4:33 pm
> Subject: Re: We are addicted to sports
> 
> 
> Jeez, Eggy, you start out with a terrific post - all the stuff about sports 
> addiction is spot on.  The LA Times had a similar piece today on the NFL.  I 
> also read recently a piece about how the NFL refs battle is the very same battle 
> 
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> being faced by millions of US workers, all up and down the food chain.
> 
> But then you get to your final 'graph, which I snipped here:
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> Just read that some featured poster on Jeff Clark's fraudulent 
> CeltsBlog, wrote a column that Bass is worth more than Josh Smith (never 
> considering the contract/cap differences).  Right, Atlanta will trade Josh smith 
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> for Bass.
> What next?  Who the heck is allowing this crap on these websites?
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> I'd write that this way:
> 
> Just read that some featured poster on Jeff Clark's CeltsBlog wrote a column 
> that Bass is worth more than Josh Smith (never considering the contract/cap 
> differences.)  Right, Atlanta will trade Josh Smith for Bass.  [end of post]
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