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  1. 5 points
    Interim label was dropped at school board tonight. Jason Ward is the head football coach at Tri-West. Also, Tony Hiland returns to Tri-West after 4 years at Danville to be Offensive coordinator. Ward and Hiland were both Assistant coaches on Tri-West State Championships in 2003, 2004, & 2014.
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    See you all August 14, 2020. I will be at 8808 Columbia Ave.
  4. 4 points
    Interesting the amount of apparent back channel communication that goes on between the GID cognoscenti and GID admins.
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    Seymour board approved the hire of Tyson Moore as the new head football coach at Seymour High School. Moore was the offensive line coach at Seymour last season and this will be his first head coaching position. Moore has spent time as OL, DL, Strength and Conditioning roles. Moore has spent time coaching at Anderson University as a grad assistant, assistant OL coach at Centre Grove HS, and recently 1 year as Seymour OL coach.
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    A tribute to the late, great Jerry Stiller. A thread created solely for the airing of grievances over downvotes. If ya got 'em, post 'em here!
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    Congratulations to Coach Moore. The Owls knocked this out of the park!
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    Mahamane Moussa from Pike continues to pick up offers most recently Kansas and Wake Forrest Loic Amouzouvi from Pike picked up his first offer from Indiana State yesterday.
  13. 3 points
    Class 1A-3A would not be able to field those numbers....
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    There are more personal ways to honor the class of 2020. Up here in St. Joe County...the principals handed out yards signs for each member of the class of 2020. To me that would be more personal than lighting a football field.
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    Then why are you interested? Your the one who asked about him.......
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    I think "the lake life" is also a factor. The NLC sits in the best outdoor recreation area in the state . All of its schools have close proximity to lakes which host fishing, hunting, skiing and other outdoor recreational pursuits. I remember personally skipping out on lots of Babe Ruth and Youth League baseball games in favor of fishing and water skiing on Koontz Lake in Walkerton.
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    Just from my perspective, I don’t see them wanting to play FC anymore, because they haven’t had any Athletic success against us recently. I can say the same for the other 2 River Schools against them. However, due to proximity, those might be teams they will want to keep. Jennings County as well. BNL is a LONG way away from Madison.
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    Totally agree with this. It's a big problem if you travel a lot.
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    Dig around a little the info is not hard to find. The nation was sold a bill of goods on the nightly news as this thing played out. I believe many of the lessons learned by the ATF and FBI at Ruby Ridge were trying to be righted at Waco, which again was botched badly from beginning to end. Fast forward to today with no knock, no announcement warrants, a citizenry that’s arming to the teeth as fast as they can and it’s a recipe for disaster. You can search the web and find any number of botched search warrants at the wrong house that go terribly wrong. Law enforcement needs to rethink how they do business, I fear much more needless loss of life on both sides.
  23. 2 points
    It is more difficult to do that for a phone. As I said before, it is the server a person accesses that assigns an ip address. That said, do you really think anyone is willing to put that kind of time and effort to simply maintain two separate id’s here?
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    I must add emphatically.... As a public school teacher, I do not endorse 1 person or another (show favoritism) in my class. You asked and I answered. I provide the facts on the topics and promote all students to think for themselves.
  26. 2 points
    So who is overtly and proudly protesting the National Anthem today?
  27. 2 points
    This is where a lack of education really hamstrings you. I should have never went down a statistics path with you. You're mind is made up and a concept of special and common cause mean nothing. Like I said, its much more simple to avoid analyzing data and understand it....just apply one blanket approach and be done with it. I get you like simple. I too know people that have battled COVID and deal with it daily as part of my job....don't speak for me. You are way out of your league...... BTW, your racist reference is cowardly....but not the first time you played that card. I expect such drivel from you.
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    Don’t be surprised to see several charter schools pop up in South Bend. They already have Career Academy. It will be just like Gary in 10-15 years.
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    Either you’ve got the worst analytical skills of anyone on the GID, or you’re engaging in a “self-fulfilling prophecy.” Fact is, I haven’t voted for a Democratic presidential candidate since I was in law school. I voted for the Libertarian candidate last time.
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    Yes, Lovie led them to first bowl since 2014.
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    They have their junior high teams, but Metro still plays games there. The PE classes from both Harding and EAU could use it more as well.
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    I’m not going to argue with you. It’s fruitless. What I do know is that you haven’t called out anyone but him. He’s hardly alone with posts that could be deemed offensive by some. In my opinion, that isolated action to single him out above all others is absolutely selective and biased. You don’t have to agree. As far as your last comment, that’s fantastic. Maybe unlike others, there is actually a presence of mutual fondness.
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    This pandemic has many sides and no easy answer. I’m going to Arizona next month, can’t wait...
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    Figures. Can scrap those plans I had. I like Santa Barbara better anyway...
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    One never knows when that announcement is forthcoming from Admin. It pays to be ready for it.
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    Arrowhead lol. 100% Kimberly Must have got a big knock because they couldnt repeat as 6 or 7 time champions for 208/2019 while posting 12 wins season. 5 straight wasn’t good enough 😉
  44. 1 point
    Who are three guys that have never been in my kitchen?
  45. 1 point
    That would raise more questions than it answers and would pose a potentially scarier scenario than we are in right now. Let's assume that it's been in the US since December and that the first two deaths didn't show up until March. That would suggest outside of it actually arriving in any real force in the US until later on 1) either an extremely long incubation period or 2) quick mutation. In the first case, that seems unlikely given what we know now. That potentially leaves the second scenario, which fits in with your position that this is actually a second wave that we are seeing. That would be extremely scary depending on how you look at it. If it's been here since December and we are just seeing the numbers now that we're seeing, then for all of our science, etc. we did a p*ss poor job seeing something like this coming and blunting it. And frankly, it doesn't matter whether the Chinese gave advanced notice or not ... no one gives advanced notice in a championship game that they are going to run a trick play ... if you are good, then you are ready for it. On the other hand, let's assume that it was here in December and this, 70,000+ in two months over two months after its appearance, is a "second wave." Why didn't produce similar numbers in January/February that it did in late-March/April ... especially in a city like New York City? The argument could likely be, it was here, but in a different form ... and that would be the scary part ... that something like this mutated in just 2-3 months. If this thing mutated that quickly and dangerously, which I don't believe is the case although the fact that it will mutate is likely, then this thing will have more than just two waves and the next one could possibly morph toward attacking a more resistant group to its original form ... and that would also explain where this "phenomena" has been for the last 5 months. Like you said, no one knows. And, until we start getting better at knowing, I think dismissing or perhaps downplaying things that are showing up in a time of not knowing is riskier than being prepared to deal with it in case it isn't able to be dismissed. At this point, not dismissing it and looking at it provides less risk than dismissing it. The impact on kids may be nothing and, like I said in my previous post, I honestly hope that you are correct. If those kids in the UK and NY are the canary in the coalmine, just like those two folks in late-February/early-March were, it provides for a much scarier scenario.
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    Yeah...too lazy...as if that actually helped. And yeah, you have never typed something wrong have you? That said....just where the hell do you see “match person”?
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    And for the love of God, if you're not passing, stay out of the F@#$@* left lane!
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    Btw. Over this “break” he has beaten the old man for the first time. I do not let him win. Since the Bulls 97/98 team documentary is out, think of me as the Pistons and him as the Bulls. Oh yeah. I call the fouls too. 😉 😂
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