pick6pedro wrote: BCFAN94 wrote: pick6pedro wrote:
BCFAN94 wrote:BC has issues in the athletic department but who really gives a crap if Ty Rice threatens not to come back to campus?
Because he is a fellow alum and he is far from the only person who is either thinking this way or has followed through with the threat.
I guess I'll put you down as someone who give a crap. Does this shit really affect your life?
I didn't realize commenting about it on a message board means it affects my life. Do you always have to be such a miserable tool?
Sorry if you think I am a miserable tool but I usually get put in a defensive position by posters who always reply to a comment with name calling or incidious remarks and my sense of humor does not appear to translate well in print. Look, everyone knows that BC Athletics are in bad way. The the incessant complaining (not entirely by you specifically) and grasping at every straw to further a personal hate agenda for the coaches and administration, like grabbing on to what some current players and former players post on "Brain Fart", is beyond boring at this point.
Just before you call me a merryman, John Kerry, Kiwi and Army hater, I would like to see major changes in the Athletic Department, but I have no personal vendetta against Spaz, Gene D,whoever this Vinny guy is or any other person in the athletic department. I do get more a little uncomfortable when anonymous message board posters attack them on a personal level day in and day out or personally attack fellow alums just because they have a different opinion. To me, it's sports, not life. If Rice, some nutcake from the 82 football team, Nate Dornekamp, or any other athlete writes a letter or wouldn't step on campus because of a current adminstrator or current situation at their alma mater, it's just stupid and in the grand scheme of things doesn't really affect anyone but themselves. They sound like spoiled little cry babies. Withdrawal and scorched earth are usually not good policies if you intend to have a voice in fixing a problem. The funny thing when it comes to tweeting is most of the time the tweeter doesn't even give a reason, just a one liner and then posters and bloggers make up what they meant and use to prove their arguments or further their attacks.