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Sorry Florida [message #22348] Fri, 01 May 2009 20:15 Go to next message
agerics20
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Florida....sorry that i blew that fucking call.
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Re: Sorry Florida [message #22351 is a reply to message #22348] Fri, 01 May 2009 20:52 Go to previous messageGo to next message
ahill2323
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On May 2, 3:15 am, ageric...@yahoo.com wrote:
> Florida....sorry that i blew that fucking call.
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Its cool mike, really. None of us blame you. We appreciate the gesture
anyway though :)

Alex
#23 Florida
Re: Sorry Florida [message #22369 is a reply to message #22348] Sat, 02 May 2009 04:52 Go to previous messageGo to next message
ulticritic
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On May 1, 11:15 pm, ageric...@yahoo.com wrote:
> Florida....sorry that i blew that fucking call.
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way to man up mike. it must be a hard pill to swallow. i know its
fresh in your mind but what do you consider worse, droppin that pull
in reg finals or blowing that call. I dropped a pull in a div 2
frostbreaker final when the score was like 15 to 16......in a game we
ended up losing.......which pails in comparison to a touchdown pass i
dropped in pee wee league football......couldnt see the brown ball
against the black sky till it hit me right in the face mask (how
embarassing).
Re: Sorry Florida [message #22381 is a reply to message #22369] Sat, 02 May 2009 07:17 Go to previous messageGo to next message
jacob
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Mike, it could have been worse. You could have missed a head butt in
the finals of college nationals.
Re: Sorry Florida [message #22384 is a reply to message #22381] Sat, 02 May 2009 07:22 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Jim Mallon
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On May 2, 7:17 am, jacob <jacobsi...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Mike, it could have been worse.  You could have missed a head butt in
> the finals of college nationals.

I'm not sure you should apologize. It was a crazy play. [Was it a 9-
count heave?] Refs blow calls. Observers (unpaid and less well
trained) will blow calls. It's going to be part of the game. Props to
Florida for not blowing their stacks, too.
Re: Sorry Florida [message #22385 is a reply to message #22369] Sat, 02 May 2009 07:25 Go to previous messageGo to next message
agerics20
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i know its
> fresh in your mind but what do you consider worse, droppin that pull
> in reg finals or blowing that call.


---uhm....dropping the pull and losing that game to ecu...resulted in
us finishing second at regionals....but we went on to win nationals.
as a matter of fact...as i lay in bed this morning watching amy make 2
month old Nova giggle....i thought, which do i regret more...spitting
in the face of Sockeye and being suspended for a year or missing the
florida call.
i'd rather have made the right call at ac regionals........
Re: Sorry Florida [message #22386 is a reply to message #22381] Sat, 02 May 2009 07:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
agerics20
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> Mike, it could have been worse.  You could have missed a head butt in
> the finals of college nationals.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

---i didn't miss the bill cap tap......
Re: Sorry Florida [message #22388 is a reply to message #22381] Sat, 02 May 2009 07:49 Go to previous messageGo to next message
ulticritic
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On May 2, 10:17 am, jacob <jacobsi...@gmail.com> wrote

> Mike, it could have been worse.  You could have missed a head butt in
> the finals of college nationals.

yea, but as an impartial arbitrator one hOlds themself to a higher
standard of accuracy and excelence i believe. Another angle is that
missing a call as a ref (and lets face it, this was a 100% REF CALL)
is kind of akin to (espesially at this juncture in a game of this
status) missing a wide open goal or dropping a pull (at that same
juncture). That head but went unpunished with absolutely no
consequence, right? (or at least no tangible consequense......like the
"spit in the face"). But HEY, this is a big part of what now makes
mike a great ultimate cop. I'm gonna start callin mike the "crime dog"
Re: Sorry Florida [message #22399 is a reply to message #22384] Sat, 02 May 2009 08:40 Go to previous messageGo to next message
agerics20
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> I'm not sure you should apologize.

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---yeah...i totally agree with the sentiment....

i ref basketball too...if i missed an in/out call in basketball...i
wouldn't care a shit.
i don't hang out with high school basketball players...i don't play
high school basketball....i don't write on the high school basketball
newsgroup....i don't play in a basketball league so i won't see those
guys in competition.....

ultimate is different....in that if you're involved in the
sport....you can be a player, TD, coordinator, fan, game official,
opponent, tons of other things....
nba refs are probably isolated somewhat from the players....ultimate
officials aren't.
we see each other at the tent. we sit by each other at the
games......it's sort of...more personal.

that's why i figured it might be ok to tell them sorry for missing the
call....
is that goofy?
Re: Sorry Florida [message #22407 is a reply to message #22399] Sat, 02 May 2009 09:34 Go to previous messageGo to next message
dar
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mike: i saw the video florida posted of the play and their
photographic evidence included. looked like a tough call but looked
like you had good position to make a call. it appeared you took some
time (too much maybe) before you made the call you made. i mihgt be
missin' the initial call (duder walks in frotn of the camera) and
there may have beena verbal "out" call by you too. video is
inconclusive there. it also appears you look back towards the field
of play and where the throw originates from before signaling out.
just wondering my several seconds appear to have elapsed before you
make your call. seems like in/out is often a bang-bang call and maybe
you were still unsure yourself if he was in or not? but if there was a
verbal "out", then you can probably disregard everything else i said
prior.

dar.
Re: Sorry Florida [message #22409 is a reply to message #22385] Sat, 02 May 2009 09:44 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Joe Seidler
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On May 2, 7:25 am, ageric...@yahoo.com wrote:
.....i thought, which do i regret more...spitting
> in the face of Sockeye and being suspended for a year or missing the
> florida call.
> i'd rather have made the right call at ac regionals........

Mike,
Your comment above speaks volumes about you. Every athlete has a bad
play or call in their career (one they can't stop dreaming about). But
when you do something foul enough to be suspended by the sport, you
enter a different place. You hurt the entire sport. It's disappointing
that you would rather demean the entire sport rather than accept a bad
call you made by accident.
Re: Sorry Florida [message #22415 is a reply to message #22409] Sat, 02 May 2009 10:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
agerics20
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> Your comment above speaks volumes about you. Every athlete has a bad
> play or call in their career (one they can't stop dreaming about). But
> when you do something foul enough to be suspended by the sport, you
> enter a different place. You hurt the entire sport. It's disappointing
> that you would rather demean the entire sport rather than accept a bad
> call you made by accident.
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---those guys were pricks.

and...there have been a ton of worse things that have happened where
no one went on a witch hunt to get someone kicked out....fights,
actualy punches, players getting slammed over bikes on the sidelines
on purpose.....some spit ain't as bad as many of the things that i've
heard tell of.
so...your opinion is like your asshole, ya asshole.
Re: Sorry Florida [message #22417 is a reply to message #22407] Sat, 02 May 2009 10:43 Go to previous messageGo to next message
ulticritic
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On May 2, 12:34 pm, dar <minor_ch...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> mike:  i saw the video florida posted of the play and their
> photographic evidence included. looked like a tough call but looked
> like you had good position to make a call.  it appeared you took some
> time (too much maybe) before you made the call you made. i mihgt be
> missin' the initial call (duder walks in frotn of the camera) and
> there may have beena verbal "out" call by you too.  video is
> inconclusive there.   it also appears you look back towards the field
> of play and where the throw originates from before signaling out.
> just wondering my several seconds appear to have elapsed before you
> make your call.  seems like in/out is often a bang-bang call and maybe
> you were still unsure yourself if he was in or not? but if there was a
> verbal "out", then you can probably disregard everything else i said
> prior.
>
> dar.

hey dar.....where is that video? and what happend to that thread you
started where you were slammin fla
Re: Sorry Florida [message #22418 is a reply to message #22415] Sat, 02 May 2009 10:44 Go to previous messageGo to next message
jacob
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Mike, spitting in another man's face is worse than punching him
(unless you are a pro fighter that can seriously injure someone with a
punch- but not a lot of ultimate players fall into this category).

People went on a witch hunt against you because you were one of the
worst behaved guys in the game. I'm not trying to get holier than
thou, as lots of people thought I was jerk back then, too, but don't
try to pull this "who, me?" act.
Re: Sorry Florida [message #22420 is a reply to message #22418] Sat, 02 May 2009 10:53 Go to previous messageGo to next message
ulticritic
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On May 2, 1:44 pm, jacob <jacobsi...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Mike, spitting in another man's face is worse than punching him
> (unless you are a pro fighter that can seriously injure someone with a
> punch- but not a lot of ultimate players fall into this category).
>
> People went on a witch hunt against you because you were one of the
> worst behaved guys in the game.  I'm not trying to get holier than
> thou, as lots of people thought I was jerk back then, too, but don't
> try to pull this "who, me?" act.

i think punchin someones worse.......it would sure hurt worse.
really, whats a little spit. you swap spit with your wife all the
time.

and joe siedler.........dont you feel a little out of place here seein
how youve never even played the sport. i dont like you
Re: Sorry Florida [message #22426 is a reply to message #22417] Sat, 02 May 2009 11:08 Go to previous messageGo to next message
ulticritic
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On May 2, 1:43 pm, ulticri...@live.com wrote:
> On May 2, 12:34 pm, dar <minor_ch...@hotmail.com> wrote:
>
> > mike:  i saw the video florida posted of the play and their
> > photographic evidence included. looked like a tough call but looked
> > like you had good position to make a call.  it appeared you took some
> > time (too much maybe) before you made the call you made. i mihgt be
> > missin' the initial call (duder walks in frotn of the camera) and
> > there may have beena verbal "out" call by you too.  video is
> > inconclusive there.   it also appears you look back towards the field
> > of play and where the throw originates from before signaling out.
> > just wondering my several seconds appear to have elapsed before you
> > make your call.  seems like in/out is often a bang-bang call and maybe
> > you were still unsure yourself if he was in or not? but if there was a
> > verbal "out", then you can probably disregard everything else i said
> > prior.
>
> > dar.
>
> hey dar.....where is that video? and what happend to that thread you
> started where you were slammin fla

found the video.....still cant fint your anti-fla rant thread??????
Re: Sorry Florida [message #22433 is a reply to message #22418] Sat, 02 May 2009 12:09 Go to previous messageGo to next message
agerics20
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> Mike, spitting in another man's face is worse than punching him


---that's dumb as hell.....
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but don't
> try to pull this "who, me?" act.

---who me what?
Re: Sorry Florida [message #22446 is a reply to message #22409] Sat, 02 May 2009 13:20 Go to previous messageGo to next message
stevepetersonsmail
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> Mike,
> Your comment above speaks volumes about you. Every athlete has a bad
> play or call in their career (one they can't stop dreaming about). But
> when you do something foul enough to be suspended by the sport, you
> enter a different place. You hurt the entire sport. It's disappointing
> that you would rather demean the entire sport rather than accept a bad
> call you made by accident.

Joe,
Your comments above speak volumes about you. The fact that you feel
need to reply as a concerned Dad of a player of a fringe sport says
alot. Concerning yourself with on-field incidents that happened 15
years ago sounds like you are carrying baggage that Mike has seemingly
let go. I've personally seen punches thrown and people spit-on.
Neither were suspended by the UPA. He seems more concerned about being
a third party that had an influence on a current team's season. I've
also known Mike for a while. And while he has done some crazy things
in his athletic career there is no doubt he is very committed to
improving the sport ultimate through playing, coaching, hosting, and
observing. People like you Joe, that think Mike is some out of control
hot head haven't spent much time around him. Plus, in your case,
probably haven't competed at a very high level in sports. I think most
would consider me a fairly easy going person and welcoming to most all
people. I can say without a doubt that you Joe come off as a fucking
dickhead carrying a grudge from a decade ago. Were you the dad that
marched down to the coach after the basketball game because your kid
didn't get enough play time ? Grill starts at 6:00 tonight - The
Gerics mix can make themselves welcome anytime- just don't bring
Joe.

Peterson
Re: Sorry Florida [message #22450 is a reply to message #22446] Sat, 02 May 2009 13:34 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Joe Seidler
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On May 2, 1:20 pm, stevepetersonsm...@gmail.com wrote:
> > Mike,
> > Your comment above speaks volumes about you. Every athlete has a bad
> > play or call in their career (one they can't stop dreaming about). But
> > when you do something foul enough to be suspended by the sport, you
> > enter a different place. You hurt the entire sport. It's disappointing
> > that you would rather demean the entire sport rather than accept a bad
> > call you made by accident.
>
> Joe,
> Your comments above speak volumes about you. The fact that you feel
> need to reply as a concerned Dad of a player of a fringe sport says
> alot. Concerning yourself with on-field incidents that happened 15
> years ago sounds like you are carrying baggage that Mike has seemingly
> let go.  I've personally seen punches thrown and people spit-on.
> Neither were suspended by the UPA. He seems more concerned about being
> a third party that had an influence on a current team's season. I've
> also known Mike for a while.  And while he has done some crazy things
> in his athletic career there is no doubt he is very committed to
> improving the sport ultimate through playing, coaching, hosting, and
> observing. People like you Joe, that think Mike is some out of control
> hot head haven't spent much time around him. Plus, in your case,
> probably haven't competed at a very high level in sports. I think most
> would consider me a fairly easy going person and welcoming to most all
> people.  I can say without a doubt that you Joe come off as a fucking
> dickhead carrying a grudge from a decade ago. Were you the dad that
> marched down to the coach after the basketball game because your kid
> didn't get enough play time ? Grill starts at 6:00 tonight -  The
> Gerics  mix can make themselves welcome anytime-  just don't bring
> Joe.
>
> Peterson

You call Ultimate a "fringe sport." To those that play and watch it,
it is every bit as important as a pro sport.

You said Mike has "let go" of the incident. He is the one who brought
it up. I replied.

You said I believe "Mike is some kind of out of control hothead."
Where in my reply did I even imply that?

You sound like a GOP ranting because they lost the election when you
presume I was a poor spirited parent. I never did that... and I was
often the only dad at my son's sports events during the day when he
was in high school. I'm quite proud of my support of my son and his
athletics. I am also proud of the great Ultimate athletes who play
purely for the enjoyment and will to win with no financial gain
whatsoever.
Re: Sorry Florida [message #22456 is a reply to message #22450] Sat, 02 May 2009 14:05 Go to previous messageGo to next message
stevepetersonsmail
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On May 2, 4:34 pm, Joe Seidler <j...@seidler.com> wrote:
> On May 2, 1:20 pm, stevepetersonsm...@gmail.com wrote:
>
>
>
>
>
> > > Mike,
> > > Your comment above speaks volumes about you. Every athlete has a bad
> > > play or call in their career (one they can't stop dreaming about). But
> > > when you do something foul enough to be suspended by the sport, you
> > > enter a different place. You hurt the entire sport. It's disappointing
> > > that you would rather demean the entire sport rather than accept a bad
> > > call you made by accident.
>
> > Joe,
> > Your comments above speak volumes about you. The fact that you feel
> > need to reply as a concerned Dad of a player of a fringe sport says
> > alot. Concerning yourself with on-field incidents that happened 15
> > years ago sounds like you are carrying baggage that Mike has seemingly
> > let go.  I've personally seen punches thrown and people spit-on.
> > Neither were suspended by the UPA. He seems more concerned about being
> > a third party that had an influence on a current team's season. I've
> > also known Mike for a while.  And while he has done some crazy things
> > in his athletic career there is no doubt he is very committed to
> > improving the sport ultimate through playing, coaching, hosting, and
> > observing. People like you Joe, that think Mike is some out of control
> > hot head haven't spent much time around him. Plus, in your case,
> > probably haven't competed at a very high level in sports. I think most
> > would consider me a fairly easy going person and welcoming to most all
> > people.  I can say without a doubt that you Joe come off as a fucking
> > dickhead carrying a grudge from a decade ago. Were you the dad that
> > marched down to the coach after the basketball game because your kid
> > didn't get enough play time ? Grill starts at 6:00 tonight -  The
> > Gerics  mix can make themselves welcome anytime-  just don't bring
> > Joe.
>
> > Peterson
>
> You call Ultimate a "fringe sport." To those that play and watch it,
> it is every bit as important as a pro sport.

It is fringe sport. I play it and love it but it is still a fringe
sport.

> You said Mike has "let go" of the incident. He is the one who brought
> it up. I replied.

What exactly do you think it says about someone when they are more
concerned about something they did that effects the outcome of what
they worked for rather than something that occured years ago that
didn't effect any outcome other than themselves being banned from
competing for a year?

>
> You said I believe "Mike is some kind of out of control hothead."
> Where in my reply did I even imply that?

Well, I've read your posts for a while and think it might be fair to
infer from your attitude that you don't have fond feelings for Mike
and others around here.

> You sound like a GOP ranting because they lost the election when you
> presume I was a poor spirited parent.

I'm not sure what this means. Are you intoxicated?


> I'm quite proud of my support of my son and his
> athletics.

I'm proud of him too.

>I am also proud of the great Ultimate athletes who play
> purely for the enjoyment and will to win with no financial gain
> whatsoever.

Well there are hundreds of thousands of athletes that play amatuer
sports with no financial incentive. Not sure what this has to do with
the discussion though.

I don't have to defend Mike for his on-field antics. But I've seen
worse in all sports including ultimate. For you to imply that Mike's
statement says anything to you about him meaningful is presumptious.
I think, again from reading your previous posts over the years, is
that you for some reason, like to take shots at the folks from NC.
Interjecting your armchair psychological analysis into the discussion
makes you seem like a pompous prick. You may very well not be, but my
perception is my reality as I guess is yours.

Peterson
Re: Sorry Florida [message #22459 is a reply to message #22456] Sat, 02 May 2009 14:24 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Joe Seidler
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Location: San Francisco
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On May 2, 2:05 pm, stevepetersonsm...@gmail.com wrote:
> On May 2, 4:34 pm, Joe Seidler <j...@seidler.com> wrote:
>
>
>
> > On May 2, 1:20 pm, stevepetersonsm...@gmail.com wrote:
>
> > > > Mike,
> > > > Your comment above speaks volumes about you. Every athlete has a bad
> > > > play or call in their career (one they can't stop dreaming about). But
> > > > when you do something foul enough to be suspended by the sport, you
> > > > enter a different place. You hurt the entire sport. It's disappointing
> > > > that you would rather demean the entire sport rather than accept a bad
> > > > call you made by accident.
>
> > > Joe,
> > > Your comments above speak volumes about you. The fact that you feel
> > > need to reply as a concerned Dad of a player of a fringe sport says
> > > alot. Concerning yourself with on-field incidents that happened 15
> > > years ago sounds like you are carrying baggage that Mike has seemingly
> > > let go.  I've personally seen punches thrown and people spit-on.
> > > Neither were suspended by the UPA. He seems more concerned about being
> > > a third party that had an influence on a current team's season. I've
> > > also known Mike for a while.  And while he has done some crazy things
> > > in his athletic career there is no doubt he is very committed to
> > > improving the sport ultimate through playing, coaching, hosting, and
> > > observing. People like you Joe, that think Mike is some out of control
> > > hot head haven't spent much time around him. Plus, in your case,
> > > probably haven't competed at a very high level in sports. I think most
> > > would consider me a fairly easy going person and welcoming to most all
> > > people.  I can say without a doubt that you Joe come off as a fucking
> > > dickhead carrying a grudge from a decade ago. Were you the dad that
> > > marched down to the coach after the basketball game because your kid
> > > didn't get enough play time ? Grill starts at 6:00 tonight -  The
> > > Gerics  mix can make themselves welcome anytime-  just don't bring
> > > Joe.
>
> > > Peterson
>
> > You call Ultimate a "fringe sport." To those that play and watch it,
> > it is every bit as important as a pro sport.
>
> It is fringe sport. I play it and love it but it is still a fringe
> sport.
>
> > You said Mike has "let go" of the incident. He is the one who brought
> > it up. I replied.
>
> What exactly do you think it says about someone when they are more
> concerned about something they did that effects the outcome of what
> they worked for rather than something that occured years ago that
> didn't effect any outcome other than themselves being banned from
> competing for a year?
>
>
>
> > You said I believe "Mike is some kind of out of control hothead."
> > Where in my reply did I even imply that?
>
> Well, I've read your posts for a while and think it might be fair to
> infer from your attitude that you don't have fond feelings for Mike
> and others around here.
>
> > You sound like a GOP ranting because they lost the election when you
> > presume I was a poor spirited parent.
>
> I'm not sure what this means. Are you intoxicated?
>
> > I'm quite proud of my support of my son and his
> > athletics.
>
> I'm proud of him too.
>
> >I am also proud of the great Ultimate athletes who play
> > purely for the enjoyment and will to win with no financial gain
> > whatsoever.
>
> Well there are hundreds of thousands of athletes that play amatuer
> sports with no financial incentive. Not sure what this has to do with
> the discussion though.
>
> I don't have to defend Mike for his on-field antics. But I've seen
> worse in all sports including ultimate.  For you to imply that Mike's
> statement says anything to you about him meaningful is presumptious.
> I think, again from reading your previous posts over the years, is
> that you for some reason, like to take shots at the folks from NC.
> Interjecting your armchair psychological analysis into the discussion
> makes you seem like a pompous prick. You may very well not be, but my
> perception is my reality as I guess is yours.
>
> Peterson

> Well, I've read your posts for a while and think it might be fair to
> infer from your attitude that you don't have fond feelings for Mike
> and others around here.

There is nothing wrong with disagreeing with someone's opinion. If you
don't attack the person with slurs and threats, it stays at the level
where a reasonable discussion can occur. You are right that I disagree
with Toad's and Mike's opinions on many Ultimate issues, but I don't
call them "out of control hotheads." Mike's peers at the time voted to
suspend him. I don't know why others were not also suspended, but to
think that he was singled out because someone didn't like him rather
than his action warranted it, is telling... and disappointing. But I
still haven't called him any names. I guess it feels good to call me
names, but it sure doesn't advance any understanding between us.

There are a few of you in NC who think many on rsd "hate" you, or
single you out for attack. If you could step back for a minute, you
might see that many on rsd simply disagree with some of your opinions.
And some definitely dislike the language you use. But the responses
you read are based on "your comments" not some innate dislike for
where you live.
Re: Sorry Florida [message #22465 is a reply to message #22459] Sat, 02 May 2009 14:59 Go to previous messageGo to next message
jacob
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As possibly the only person who has sat down to dinner with both Mike
Gerics and Joe Seidler (at different times), I just want to say that
if they really took the time to get to know one another .... they
still wouldn't get along.
Re: Sorry Florida [message #22467 is a reply to message #22465] Sat, 02 May 2009 15:05 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Joe Seidler
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On May 2, 2:59 pm, jacob <jacobsi...@gmail.com> wrote:
> As possibly the only person who has sat down to dinner with both Mike
> Gerics and Joe Seidler (at different times), I just want to say that
> if they really took the time to get to know one another .... they
> still wouldn't get along.

That's a relief...
Re: Sorry Florida [message #22476 is a reply to message #22465] Sat, 02 May 2009 15:43 Go to previous messageGo to next message
agerics20
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> As possibly the only person who has sat down to dinner with both Mike
> Gerics and Joe Seidler (at different times), I just want to say that
> if they really took the time to get to know one another .... they
> still wouldn't get along.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

---yeah...because i'm pretty tough to get along with, especially over
dinner...
Re: Sorry Florida [message #22482 is a reply to message #22417] Sat, 02 May 2009 16:19 Go to previous messageGo to next message
dar
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On May 2, 11:43 am, ulticri...@live.com wrote:

> hey dar.....where is that video? and what happend to that thread you
> started where you were slammin fla

under the florida highlight thread by cole. go look for it. as for
the thread where i was slammin' florida -- there were a few of those
and i imagine like most other posts on the blog....they're still
there. so, nothin' happened to it. great question though!

dar.
Re: Sorry Florida [message #22483 is a reply to message #22420] Sat, 02 May 2009 16:22 Go to previous messageGo to next message
dar
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On May 2, 11:53 am, ulticri...@live.com wrote:
> i think punchin someones worse.......it would sure hurt worse.
> really, whats a little spit.  you swap spit with your wife all the
> time.

spittin's probably worse. i've been punched in a game, the duder was
suspended for at least one year and i think two even. it certainly
didn't hurt and it was laughable really. had he spit in my face, i
assure you it would have bene a much different story and we'd both
have been suspended. there's more to the story but it's not relavant
here so i won't post about it.

dar.
Re: Sorry Florida [message #22488 is a reply to message #22450] Sat, 02 May 2009 16:34 Go to previous messageGo to next message
ulticritic
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On May 2, 4:34 pm, Joe Seidler <j...@seidler.com> wrote:

> I am also proud of the great Ultimate athletes who play
> purely for the enjoyment and will to win with no financial gain
> whatsoever


thas gotta be about the stupidest thing ive ever read. Hey joe, have
you ever seen that college ad campaign where the college athletes talk
about what % of em go pro in something "other than sports". How in
the FUCK do you get the ego to think that your son and his ultimate
fribee playin friends are any better than people that compete in other
sports on an amature level. you are one fucked up dude.

THIS is the problem with the mentality of the spirit zealot in a
nutshell.
Re: Sorry Florida [message #22489 is a reply to message #22459] Sat, 02 May 2009 16:43 Go to previous messageGo to next message
ulticritic
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On May 2, 5:24 pm, Joe Seidler <j...@seidler.com> wrote:

>
> There are a few of you in NC who think many on rsd "hate" you,

i think more hate you that hate us.........and your god squad spirit
zealot brigade is diein of little by little every year. In fact, just
recently i believe the upa banned the nakid ultimate "ritual" that you
spirit zealots covet so. man thats gotta hurt.



If you could step back for a minute, you
> might see that many on rsd simply disagree with some of your opinions.


YOU are the one that needs to step OFF. You are an ancient,
traditionalist relic.....( there is no place for your kind in the new
brave ultimate world)....
------------------------------------------------------------ --------
> And some definitely dislike the language you use.

.......and a bunch a pc sallys to boot
Re: Sorry Florida [message #22490 is a reply to message #22465] Sat, 02 May 2009 16:43 Go to previous messageGo to next message
ulticritic
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On May 2, 5:59 pm, jacob <jacobsi...@gmail.com> wrote:.

> As possibly the only person who has sat down to dinner with both Mike
> Gerics and Joe Seidler (at different times), I just want to say that
> if they really took the time to get to know one another .... they
> still wouldn't get along.

how about me?
Re: Sorry Florida [message #22491 is a reply to message #22482] Sat, 02 May 2009 16:45 Go to previous messageGo to next message
ulticritic
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On May 2, 7:19 pm, dar <minor_ch...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> On May 2, 11:43 am, ulticri...@live.com wrote:
>
> > hey dar.....where is that video? and what happend to that thread you
> > started where you were slammin fla
>
> under the florida highlight thread by cole.  go look for it.  as for
> the thread where i was slammin' florida -- there were a few of those
> and i imagine like most other posts on the blog....they're still
> there.  so, nothin' happened to it.  great question though!
>
> dar.

what was the title of that thread again?
Re: Sorry Florida [message #22495 is a reply to message #22426] Sat, 02 May 2009 16:56 Go to previous messageGo to next message
dar
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On May 2, 12:08 pm, ulticri...@live.com wrote:

> found the video.....still cant fint your anti-fla rant thread??????- Hide quoted text -


try this: http://groups.google.com/group/rec.sport.disc/browse_thread/ thread/860b724b78b713fb

you'll need to copy and paste that. if you can't, get one of the
nurses to help.

dar.
Re: Sorry Florida [message #22496 is a reply to message #22491] Sat, 02 May 2009 17:03 Go to previous messageGo to next message
dar
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On May 2, 5:45 pm, ulticri...@live.com wrote:
> On May 2, 7:19 pm, dar <minor_ch...@hotmail.com> wrote:
>
> > On May 2, 11:43 am, ulticri...@live.com wrote:
>
> > > hey dar.....where is that video? and what happend to that thread you
> > > started where you were slammin fla
>
> > under the florida highlight thread by cole.  go look for it.  as for
> > the thread where i was slammin' florida -- there were a few of those
> > and i imagine like most other posts on the blog....they're still
> > there.  so, nothin' happened to it.  great question though!
>
> > dar.
>
> what was the title of that thread again?

i guess i was assumin' you were usin' google and pagin' back is a
little easier. maybe not what you were doin', but still, ask a
nurse. i've found them to be helpful in my experience. i responded to
your last post there too. i forget to go back and check threads
sometimes to see who's responded. i blame the nurses for that.

dar.
Re: Sorry Florida [message #22523 is a reply to message #22488] Sat, 02 May 2009 21:57 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Joe Seidler
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On May 2, 4:34 pm, ulticri...@live.com wrote:
> On May 2, 4:34 pm, Joe Seidler <j...@seidler.com> wrote:
>
> > I am also proud of the great Ultimate athletes who play
> > purely for the enjoyment and will to win with no financial gain
> > whatsoever
>
> thas gotta be about the stupidest thing ive ever read.  Hey joe, have
> you ever seen that college ad campaign where the college athletes talk
> about what % of em go pro in something "other than sports".  How in
> the FUCK do you get the ego to think that your son and his ultimate
> fribee playin friends are any better than people that compete in other
> sports on an amature level.  you are one fucked up dude.
>
> THIS is the problem with the mentality of the spirit zealot in a
> nutshell.

The content of your posts match their grammar and spelling.
Re: Sorry Florida [message #22552 is a reply to message #22523] Sun, 03 May 2009 07:54 Go to previous messageGo to next message
jacob
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Joe, speaking of grammar, I think you mean "matches," not "match."
Sorry, I couldn't resist.
Re: Sorry Florida [message #22570 is a reply to message #22496] Sun, 03 May 2009 09:08 Go to previous messageGo to next message
ulticritic
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On May 2, 8:03 pm, dar <minor_ch...@hotmail.com> wrote:.

> i guess i was assumin' you were usin' google and pagin' back is a
> little easier.  maybe not what you were doin', but still, ask a
> nurse.

first off, if i had a nurse, getting her to show me how to navagate
rsd is the last hing that would be on my mind. second, i was just
checkin to see what your reply to my contention that you were just too
much of a pup to see any real ulti if you missed out on old school
nyny. When did you start playin ulti again?
Re: Sorry Florida [message #22574 is a reply to message #22523] Sun, 03 May 2009 09:13 Go to previous messageGo to next message
ulticritic
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On May 3, 12:57 am, Joe Seidler <j...@seidler.com> wrote:
> On May 2, 4:34 pm, ulticri...@live.com wrote:
>
> > On May 2, 4:34 pm, Joe Seidler <j...@seidler.com> wrote:
>
> > > I am also proud of the great Ultimate athletes who play
> > > purely for the enjoyment and will to win with no financial gain
> > > whatsoever
>
> > thas gotta be about the stupidest thing ive ever read.  Hey joe, have
> > you ever seen that college ad campaign where the college athletes talk
> > about what % of em go pro in something "other than sports".  How in
> > the FUCK do you get the ego to think that your son and his ultimate
> > fribee playin friends are any better than people that compete in other
> > sports on an amature level.  you are one fucked up dude.
>
> > THIS is the problem with the mentality of the spirit zealot in a
> > nutshell.
>
> The content of your posts match their grammar and spelling.

thats the best comeback ya got?????? i like how you convieniently
DONT address mine or petersons analogy with amature athletes that play
a wide variety of other sports. could it be that you realize the
error in your thinking and rather that continue the debate or eat crow
you resort to critisizing my grammar? seriously joe......dot ya thin
you are taking the easy way out here. man up and justify your insane
contention!!!! dont make me call ya a lil pussy
Re: Sorry Florida [message #22575 is a reply to message #22552] Sun, 03 May 2009 09:18 Go to previous messageGo to next message
ulticritic
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On May 3, 10:54 am, jacob <jacobsi...@gmail.com> wrote:.

> Joe, speaking of grammar, I think you mean "matches," not "match."
> Sorry, I couldn't resist.

OUCH!!! and dont forget to critique him on his contention too jake.
I mean he's pretty much deamonizing ANYBODY that plays a sport, even
on an amature level, just because that sport is also played
professionally too. Or at the least he is elevating ultimate players
to be "above" or "better" than athletes of other sports. And as jerry
seinfeld explained to his lil buddy gc when making comparisons with
ted dansin......"your worse........much, much worse"
Re: Sorry Florida [message #22595 is a reply to message #22399] Sun, 03 May 2009 10:54 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Jim Mallon
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On May 2, 8:40 am, ageric...@yahoo.com wrote:
> > I'm not sure you should apologize.
>
> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
>
> ---yeah...i totally agree with the sentiment....
>
> i ref basketball too...if i missed an in/out call in basketball...i
> wouldn't care a shit.
> i don't hang out with high school basketball players...i don't play
> high school basketball....i don't write on the high school basketball
> newsgroup....i don't play in a basketball league so i won't see those
> guys in competition.....
>
> ultimate is different....in that if you're involved in the
> sport....you can be a player, TD, coordinator, fan, game official,
> opponent, tons of other things....
> nba refs are probably isolated somewhat from the players....ultimate
> officials aren't.
> we see each other at the tent.  we sit by each other at the
> games......it's sort of...more personal.
>
> that's why i figured it might be ok to tell them sorry for missing the
> call....
> is that goofy?

No, I see your point. It's a tough spot you're in, but your
willingness to put yourself out there as an observer means the sport
needs to accept it and move on. It would bother me too, I'm sure, but
hey, not many people have walked in Observer shoes. It is, like any
other "referee"-esque job, thankless and pressure-packed.
Re: Sorry Florida [message #22596 is a reply to message #22483] Sun, 03 May 2009 11:00 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Jim Mallon
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On May 2, 4:22 pm, dar <minor_ch...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> On May 2, 11:53 am, ulticri...@live.com wrote:
>
> > i think punchin someones worse.......it would sure hurt worse.
> > really, whats a little spit.  you swap spit with your wife all the
> > time.
>
> spittin's probably worse.  i've been punched in a game, the duder was
> suspended for at least one year and i think two even.  it certainly
> didn't hurt and it was laughable really.  had he spit in my face, i
> assure you it would have bene a much different story and we'd both
> have been suspended.  there's more to the story but it's not relavant
> here so i won't post about it.
>
> dar.

I would vote that spitting on someone is worse. There's lots of germs
and stuff in a loogie. Plus it's like you don't even respect someone
enough to waste the effort of punching them.
Re: Sorry Florida [message #22602 is a reply to message #22596] Sun, 03 May 2009 11:31 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
agerics20
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> I would vote that spitting on someone is worse. There's lots of germs
> and stuff in a loogie. Plus it's like you don't even respect someone
> enough to waste the effort of punching them.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

---yes.
however...it wasn't even 'good' spit.
drymouth foam really...probably not as many germs as i would have
liked.
less respect to spit than punch?????....ok....i agree....and that's
probably about right.

we're joking a bit here...right?
good.
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