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Old 01-09-2012, 04:06 PM   #226
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No one works an 18 hour day. They may spend 18 hours in the office but no one works for 18 hours.
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Old 01-09-2012, 04:10 PM   #227
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No one works an 18 hour day. They may spend 18 hours in the office but no one works for 18 hours.
I know Mrs. Joe Gibbs would argue with you ,some other who have been accused of the 18 hr day ....Belicheck,Parcells,Dan Reeves ,Bill Walsh...etc.
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Old 01-09-2012, 04:14 PM   #228
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OMG, my beloved 2nd favorite team (Bucks) will be interviewing Marty Schottenheimer Tues.....
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for their HCing vacancy. I'd be in total bliss, Mike Shanahan here, Marty Schottenheimer with the Bucks.
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Old 01-09-2012, 04:19 PM   #229
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I know Mrs. Joe Cibbs would argue with you ,some other who have been accused of the 18 hr day ....Belicheck,Parcells,Dan Reeves ,Bill Walsh...etc.
Ahh...I miss the Cibbs era

I take it you didn't really read what Dirtbag wrote
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Old 01-09-2012, 04:30 PM   #230
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I know Mrs. Joe Cibbs would argue with you ,some other who have been accused of the 18 hr day ....Belicheck,Parcells
It's just not physiologically possible. Sure maybe you could pull it off for a day or two but to actually work for 18 hours over a significant period of time your mind would go insane if for nothing more then due to the fact that you're really getting 5.5 hours of sleep a night. The side effects of sleep deprivation are not unlike that of being drunk.

I had friends in the military that were trained in field exercises to deal with sleep deprivation during battle and a lot of them got to the point where they were hallucinating (one story involved a solider talking to a tree). Of course they were getting 1 hour of sleep a day but the point remains the same.

The body can not function properly without a reasonable amount of sleep. So to suggest that a human being could pull off 18 hour day after 18 hour day after 18 hour day of straight work, meaning little if any sitting around and day dreaming, isn't possible. It's like suggesting you could sprint a marathon.

I got to tour my Uncles office who was a partner at one of the Big 4 accounting firms when I was in college. You know what I saw? A lot of people staring aimlessly at computer screens with ESPN on screen, stretching, pacing, socializing, everything but actually working. I'm not saying these people don't work hard, God knows they do, or that their job is easy but when you break down the actual amount of time spent working you end up with a lot less then the inflated hours that really amount to time spent at the office.

Productivity studies back me up on this.
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With respect to the loss of efficiency as a function of the number of hours per day and the number of days per week, the literature provides strange and largely unbelievable results. The results from the southeastern Michigan NECA study (Overtime 1969) and as reported in Qualified Contractor (Howerton 1969) both show losses of efficiency as the length of the workday increases and as more days per week are worked. These data suggest that the six-day week is about 7% (absolute) more efficient than the seven-day week. The 10 hr workday compared to a 9 hr workday results in a loss of efficiency of about 4% (absolute). The 12 hr day results in a loss of efficiency of another 7-8% (absolute).
Anyway theres no doubt that guys like Shanahan put in more work then the average American. However that 18 hour day is probably more likely a 10 to 12 hour day of actual work which is still higher then your average grunt working an 8 hour day and putting in 5 to 6 hours of work.

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Old 01-09-2012, 04:40 PM   #231
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Ahh...I miss the Cibbs era

I take it you didn't really read what Dirtbag wrote

lol...smart ass .

Yeah I read it but there are plenty of rumors that these guys would do just that ....everyday no but during the week yes once or twice a week during the season..According to anyone who was ever a Marine ....you can function on 2 hours of sleep a day.
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Old 01-09-2012, 04:44 PM   #232
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lol...smart ass .

Yeah I read it but there are plenty of rumors that these guys would do just that ....everyday no but during the week yes once or twice a week during the season..According to anyone who was ever a Marine ....you can function on 2 hours of sleep a day.
Those guys are insane, but they make for great stories when they talk about the training they go through, particularly the sleep deprivation field exercises.
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Dirtbag59,

I can remember a whole summer of only getting 3 to 4 hrs of sleep a night 5 days a week. Then I would sleep in on Sat and Sun only to do it all over again.

To this day I sometimes still do it. Not all summer but I have found that as long as I get the same amount of sleep a night I'm ok but if I change up every night 4 hrs, then 6 hrs, then 3 hrs, then 5 hrs I'm more dogged then if I do 4 nights of 4 hrs of sleep.
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No one works an 18 hour day. They may spend 18 hours in the office but no one works for 18 hours.
Especially Steve Spurrier, hell I don't even think he worked an 8 hour day.
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OMG, my beloved 2nd favorite team (Bucks) will be interviewing Marty Schottenheimer Tues.....
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for their HCing vacancy. I'd be in total bliss, Mike Shanahan here, Marty Schottenheimer with the Bucks.
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Old 01-10-2012, 01:42 PM   #237
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Raiders fire Hue Jackson sorry no link
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Hmm wonder if Rob Ryan applys?
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Old 01-10-2012, 01:45 PM   #239
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Lot of speculation that McKenzie will bring in someone from Green Bay. Philbin? Moss?...Favre? (I kid, I kid)
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Wonder if this means no more Palmer? Wow talk about a cluster **** organization
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