> Here we go! Flame war! Tit for tat! NOT! I will say that in your post
> you demonstated a profound ignorance and prejudice regarding the state and
> University of Tennessee, the UT athletic program, and beer here in the
> South. Plus, you misquoted me (I never said "sucks") and stooped so low as
prejudice, yes, ignorance no. Is UT accredited now?
bulls eye with the Shaeffers, huh?
and yes, I stand corrected, you said 'awful'. I tried to
draw an alliteration to success, illiterate little ***
that I am. BTW, 'damn' is not profane.
> to use profanity in your post. Finally, you falsely accused me of
> "trolling," which is the last thing I was doing. At least you left out the
true. The first question sounded like a legit honest
query. You descended to trolling pretty quickly
however, something I've missed in RSR for quite
> rugby reference. I know less about rugby than I do rowing. I'm a supporter
> of women's athletics (and Title IX), but like I said, I feel that rowing was
which is why you asked(guffaw). I left out the rugby ref
because I didn't know until Lin said so. I was
pretty damned close with football and beer, though.
By the way, Rugby's a damned cool sport, have always liked it.
I like the part where you pants each other and sing
profane songs at .30 *** level.
Round and round with that big f'g wheel
in and out with that great......
> started here to bring in the most female scholarship athletes as cheaply as
> possible. I would have preferred gymnastics, field hockey, and/or
> lacrosse -- sports I refer to as "legitimate" sports. These are sports that
> people actually give a shit about -- unlike rowing. You've sold me on
that's why there are so many women who pursue gymnastics,
field hockey, and lacrosse well into their 50s and 60s.....LOL.
> rowing, Mike, being bad for UT. You're a hell of an ambassador for the
Put down the beers, Bill, or have the the common courtesy to
give me a few hours to pound some down and catch up.
I am not the Ambassador to Rowing, but the
Lord High Executioner.
Rowing IS bad for UT, by the way. It would be a bad
influence on UT grads to have something to do after
college besides sell fireworks out of their trailers.
Mike(flames r us) :^)