March 28th, 2011 at 1:50 PM ^

Double posts, than I am with cutesy thread titles that violate board rules with their obscureness and make you do assinine searches to see what was posted rather than just being able to use you eyes.


March 28th, 2011 at 5:43 PM ^

Agreed, whole-heartedly.  I get really sick of people thinking they're a newspaper editor and trying to make cutesy, vague headlines trying to get me to click on the link.  As if they get paid for me clicking on their post.  If you make a post about an MSU player getting in trouble, don't title it: "Sparty at it again...."  Make it informative like: "OT: MSU RB Jones arrested again for child molestation and human trafficking" so I know whether or not I want to read it. 


March 28th, 2011 at 2:10 PM ^

I was defending your repost. Your's has a reasonable title. If one is able to keep up with the posts, and just see what's new since they last checked in, you shouldn't have to do a search or read every thread to find out what they're about to glean if something has been posted or not. Frankly, I didn't think you did anything wrong. Was just trying to head off the "already posted" crowd, that never seems to be as loud as the "clear subject line" crowd.

Not that I have a big problem with the other thread. Just that his mistake begat yours.


March 28th, 2011 at 3:23 PM ^

I'd like to say at least he's consistent, but I seem to remember a non-impact guy or two mysteriously disappearing after Rather Hall and that being used as the evidence of a disciplinarian in charge.  

It is gonna bite him and his program. I do agree that this police blotter championship might go underreported by the fawning MSM in Detroit, it will be a problem if he seeks higher ground at any point with a different school.


March 28th, 2011 at 9:10 PM ^


Before you go out and start committing crimes, it’s important to first make sure you’re at least slightly better than the 30 or 40 guys the team’s assistant GM could instantly pull off some practice squad to replace you. Otherwise you will become fodder for the team’s zero-tolerance discipline policy. Conversely, if you’re awesome, the line will be, “There’ve been some bumps in the road, but hopefully he’s learned from that.”  




March 28th, 2011 at 7:53 PM ^

I asked him if D'antonio should re-name his "zero-tolerance" policy.  I told him it was a joke that he re-instated Sims and only suspended the 2 drunks for 2 March practices.  He said he agreed and thought D'antonio has no credibility left.

T Foster added something funny too.  He said his policy only applies to players with zero talent, lol.


March 29th, 2011 at 3:32 AM ^

Aside from Dantonio, just look at Sims' crime.

Could you be a more selfish scumbag than to do something to rip off DETROIT PUBLIC SCHOOLS right now? It's like breaking into a senior low-income housing building and stealing their disability checks.