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Everything posted by Muda69

  1. A drop in the bucket is still pennies saved. In the backpacking enthusiast community there is a phrase regarding your backpack base weight: "ounces equals pounds, and pounds equal pain." Same goes here: pennies can quickly add up to dollars. And again, how exactly do lighted signs and a huge jumbotron further the mission statement of the Center Grove school corporation? Can a property tax paying resident of White River Township in Johnson County please answer that simple question?
  2. I guess to a millionaire like yourself. I have to count my pennies. And again, how exactly do lighted signs and a huge jumbotron further the mission statement of the Center Grove school corporation?
  3. So Johnson county residents who live with the Center Grove school corporations geographical boundaries were not notified of this under budget project? Were they not given a choice to effectively return this 900k, which would help to reduce their overall tax burden? How exactly do lighted signs and a huge jumbotron further the mission statement of the Center Grove school corporation?
  4. Thanks for the tip, but again I don't have that kind of compulsion.
  5. Unlike most here I don't compulsively refresh the forums dozens of times a day, looking for new topics and replies. That said may I inquire as to the funding source(s) for such a lavish upgrade?
  6. It's Happening!

  7. And give Frankfort a big fat raspberry. Not that the Hot Dogs could be competitive in that conference, but it would reduce travel times/expense.
  8. https://www.jconline.com/story/sports/high-school/2018/06/02/state-record-setting-pole-vaulter-colton-crum-frankfort-indiana/666482002/ Go Hot Dogs.
  9. 1998 according to this Wikipedia entry: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hoosier_Hills_Conference But it very well may be out of date.
  10. I remember reading this story a couple months ago about Madison and it's troubling suicide & drug addictions problem: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/03/08/sports/opioids-suicide.html
  11. Yeah, I fail to see the connection between Purdue's recent football "success" and how it somehow carries over to Tippecanoe County school's football programs.
  12. Actually there shouldn't be government school sponsored athletic teams, it should all be a private club model. But that is for another discussion. And I didn't realize that Madison is in the Hoosier Hills Conference. Too bad for the Cubs, they are obviously over matched. Charming little city though.
  13. http://northcentralconference.net/
  14. https://deadspin.com/report-nfl-owners-came-up-with-some-stupid donkey-ideas-to-s-1826255935 How about this quaint idea: Don't play the National Anthem. Of course that would result in wailing and gnashing of teeth from the MAGA types, and probably some loss of revenue from the military-industrial complex.
  15. But that class system is still 99% based on enrollment, which is a horrible was to classify athletic programs. The success of p/p schools over the decades has shown that. Promotion and relegation is the common sense way to implement a class based system for high school athletics.
  16. Sagamore Conference 2018

    Impressive. But hasn't the Athenian baseball team won two state titles over the last decade or so?
  17. https://deadspin.com/the-ncaa-is-running-out-of-excuses-on-brain-injuries-1819854361
  18. Sagamore Conference 2018

    Meh, Crawfordsville is a baseball school. Much like Frankfort is a basketball school. Tackle Football will always play second or even third fiddle in these communities. Heck, FHS may see almost as many players going out for soccer as they do for football this fall.
  19. Because Flag. Military. Patriotism. Nationalism. Any appearance of not fully supporting any of these concept is enough to bet you labeled as "un-American".
  20. Teams will now be fined if their employees don't show sufficient on-field respect during the National Anthem, because we live in a very serious country.: http://reason.com/blog/2018/05/23/nfl-players-will-respect-the-flags-autho Mr. White is correct.
  21. https://www.cbsnews.com/news/cte-symptoms-youth-football-before-age-12/ Be safe. No tackle football before the age of 18.
  22. Thank you for your opinion. If you have objective data to disprove the linked article please provide it.
  23. No, I'm not poor according to most standards of living, and I don't consider myself stupid.