How interesting - I mean your need to interpret my post as some sort of jab
towards Jamie. I'll simply dismiss it as some sort of depression and your
inability to accept reality. You probably have very little real skating
background. I hardly expect skating fans to understand the real world of
competitive skating. I have approx. 35 years behind me, and I don't mean
watching it on TV. Ten of those were spent at the University of Delaware.
Maybe you are just being a little too sensitive right now. It's
understandable. The whole skating community has put alot of hope and
expectations on these two. I might add, it's been a big adjustment for them.
Some of this may have been brought on by irresponsible posters last year who
award Jamie the "Give me a cookie - I'm starving award" I assure you, Jamie,
her mother Robyn and her brother Dan read these boards. I am simply stating a
fact, once you enter the elite world of sports, get ready, everything becomes
public knowledge. I don't feel the need to use my real name. I will assure
you that I am well connected in the Eastern and Mid Section skating community.
I've known Jamie since she was 3. I've known Robyn and her family for years.
I've lost touch with her father after he had a stroke. The last I knew he was
practicing medicine in West ***ia. The family has been pretty much torn
apart by skating. They've given up ALOT, this is a shame, but I'm still not
>That, and the fact that if I was stuck with "friends" like JetSkater99, I'd
>leave town, too. What a loser!
>And we still have very little info on this situation. Cross your fingers