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Old 03-28-2009, 05:56 PM   #16
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I agree. There are some really hot soccer moms I'd like to F as well.


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Old 03-28-2009, 06:16 PM   #17
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Orange Slices for everybody. Everybody's a winner. Soccer blows. And those women at your office would be annoying no matter what they were running on about.
Easy there. Soccer's an awesome sport, there's a reason it's so damn popular worldwide.
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Old 04-01-2009, 09:43 AM   #18
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F....people who don't see how soccer has been diluted into a "let's all stop keeping score and bring only healthy snacks!" joke of a game by moms in minivans.

I agree with the sentiment about making my son know how to compete and succeed or lose on his own. Losing makes you work harder and when kids are young, it's a valuable lesson to team them that can affect their work ethic for the rest of their life. Many of these kids who are getting their bottoms powdered by their soccer moms until their teenagers are the kids who are turning into the bums chatting on their cellphones at the burger place while we're standing there waiting to order...and yeah, who we'll end up supporting with tax money for their lives.

When you hand your kids everything and protect them from ever knowing what failure feels like, you're doing them a huge disservice.

If I'm not coaching and rallying up the team to kick some butt, I'm going to be that dad at my son's baseball games who announces the score throughout the game so everyone knows their kid got beat by my kid.

No wonder it costs so much to sign our kids up for sports these days, we have to buy trophies for EVERYONE!
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F....people who don't see how soccer has been diluted into a "let's all stop keeping score and bring only healthy snacks!" joke of a game by moms in minivans.

I agree with the sentiment about making my son know how to compete and succeed or lose on his own. Losing makes you work harder and when kids are young, it's a valuable lesson to team them that can affect their work ethic for the rest of their life. Many of these kids who are getting their bottoms powdered by their soccer moms until their teenagers are the kids who are turning into the bums chatting on their cellphones at the burger place while we're standing there waiting to order...and yeah, who we'll end up supporting with tax money for their lives.

When you hand your kids everything and protect them from ever knowing what failure feels like, you're doing them a huge disservice.

If I'm not coaching and rallying up the team to kick some butt, I'm going to be that dad at my son's baseball games who announces the score throughout the game so everyone knows their kid got beat by my kid.

No wonder it costs so much to sign our kids up for sports these days, we have to buy trophies for EVERYONE!

I don't know about these days, but when I played in high school it was brutal. We ran until we puked and then ran more, and when we played there was blood. I remember I went for a throw in just after a guy who jumped to head the ball too soon, so I took advantage and caught his mouth with my head and knocked out one of his teeth. Put a huge gouge in my scalp. I played the ball and he didn't, so he got a yellow card and we had to stop the game so he could find his tooth.

Then once I played on our rivals team, because they had a lot of guys out with illnesses, and they had to forfeit... so I and a couple of other guys went to play on their team. It was our first game and I had been playing TE in football the month before, so the first time a ball came at my face I caught it, and all of the Hardin Jefferson guys were pretty pissed, but I made up for it punishing our forwards to the point that my own coach was yelling for me to cool it. I remember cutting my friend seth for a flip with a badass slide tackle. No one on the team would speak to me after the game lol... I won anyway.
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Old 04-01-2009, 11:25 AM   #20
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Goddamn pansy kids.

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It was a bit of a joke but these stupid left wing ideas that no one should win or loose do nothing to help these kids get ready for life. Maybe this is just a small part of why our kids in the US are falling behind other countries in education. Heck, we spend alot more then they but our kids are falling behind. This was probably not the thread to start that conversation.
LOL, well if your kid is good he/she will play higher levels of soccer with score kept track. Anyways after the age of around 7 I am sure they keep track in your region. I am pretty sure it isn't a liberal conspiracy especially since they do this for young kids all over the country, including in crazy conservative red states.

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I love the liberals. They keep preparing their kids for Utopia, and I keep preparing my 6 year old to take advantage of them. Seriously though, i wouldn't have to push my kid, he wants conquer everything.
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I love the liberals. They keep preparing their kids for Utopia, and I keep preparing my 6 year old to take advantage of them. Seriously though, i wouldn't have to push my kid, he wants conquer everything.
Let's see what The President has to say about that:



p.s. This is by far my favorite Obama clip ever. Ever ever? Yes, ever ever!
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His even temper is one thing. His competitiveness is really illustrated though in that clip. And it's that competitiveness that we're really talking about.
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His even temper is one thing. His competitiveness is really illustrated though in that clip. And it's that competitiveness that we're really talking about.
Your original point of liberals being weak, stupid, and susceptible to being taken advantage of is not lost to me. What this video is intended to illustrate is that you're inadequately preparing your kid for the real world. Liberals can be competitive-not-so-nice-people capable of busting your kid's nose up mentally and physically.

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Not exactly what i meant.
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It was a bit of a joke but these stupid left wing ideas that no one should win or loose do nothing to help these kids get ready for life. Maybe this is just a small part of why our kids in the US are falling behind other countries in education. Heck, we spend alot more then they but our kids are falling behind. This was probably not the thread to start that conversation.
We've been "falling behind" other countries in education for decades now, long before soccer Moms ruined soccer and our youth by teaching them that life isn't all about winning.
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Your original point of liberals being weak, stupid, and susceptible to being taken advantage of is not lost to me. What this video is intended to illustrate is that you're inadequately preparing your kid for the real world. Liberals can be competitive-not-so-nice-people capable of busting your kid's nose up mentally and physically.
100% correct, when liberals set in their minds that someone is against their agenda, the gloves come off. Just ask most liberals how they feel about organized religion, Bush, Scalia/Thomas, anti-abortion protestors, or successful corporations. One of your favorite authors, Ann Coulter's book Guilty provides several excellent illustrations of your point.

The problem with the Republican leadership right now is they're afraid to take the gloves off as well. Too many RINOs at the top, the party needs to get back to its conservative roots. The way I see it is, you can't go into a political fist-fight with your hands tied, if you're gonna get a nose-busting, you might as well try to bust someone else's nose too, and who knows you just might be the last one standing.
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Old 04-01-2009, 04:22 PM   #29
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Seriously this thread was suppose to be about parents who brag about their kids too much. Rep and Dem bitchers get the hell out of here.
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100% correct, when liberals set in their minds that someone is against their agenda, the gloves come off. Just ask most liberals how they feel about organized religion, Bush, Scalia/Thomas, anti-abortion protestors, or successful corporations. One of your favorite authors, Ann Coulter's book Guilty provides several excellent illustrations of your point.

The problem with the Republican leadership right now is they're afraid to take the gloves off as well. Too many RINOs at the top, the party needs to get back to its conservative roots. The way I see it is, you can't go into a political fist-fight with your hands tied, if you're gonna get a nose-busting, you might as well try to bust someone else's nose too, and who knows you just might be the last one standing.

Agenda has such a negative connotation...it sounds so sinister, can we find a better and friendlier word to use? How about Platform? I'll let you even prefix Platform with the word Progressive if you want. Honestly though, we have nothing against successful corporation and we certainly do know how to build them as evident by my boys Billy G, Warren B, and Larry E.

I hadn't notice the GOP had its Hello Kitty Mittens on. I personally hope they do take off the mittens so I can witness those disgusting hands try to sell shit. If they can do it, god bless them. I'm curious though, what exactly are you expecting them to do with mitten'less hands that they haven't done in the past 15 years?
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