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Recruiting as of 4/15/17 by 4everCrean
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ESPN Layoffs by Billy Hoyle
[April 29, 2017, 10:54:18 PM]


Mike Deane Retrospective by Billy Hoyle
[April 29, 2017, 10:47:05 PM]


MU finishes 19th in attendance last year by bradley center bat
[April 29, 2017, 05:23:23 PM]

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Hangin' at the Al / Re: Recruiting as of 4/15/17
« Last post by Newsdrms on April 29, 2017, 06:52:12 PM »
University of Marquette, really? No scholarship for you!
https://twitter.com/harryfroling/status/858437932801282048
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The Superbar / Re: Defibrillators
« Last post by tower912 on April 29, 2017, 06:51:43 PM »
serious question.  what is the theft rate on these devices?  My youth baseball league has one, and we are trying to figure out where the best place to keep it.  right now, we have it in the equipment room, which all of the coaches have access to.  how often are these things nicked if it was kept in a more publicly accessible area?

I would go with 2.   One in the equipment room, one in the concession stand.   
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The Superbar / CBS Sports Rips The Bears Draft
« Last post by 1.21 Jigawatts on April 29, 2017, 06:49:56 PM »
Ryan Pace's career as a GM is now all about Trubisky.

http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/drafttracker

RD   PICK Grade
1   2       D   
Mitchell Trubisky | QB, North Carolina
Height: 6-3   Weight: 220
Why give up so much to get this guy? It makes no sense. Is he Tom Brady all of the sudden? Bad move.


2   45       C-
Adam Shaheen | TE, Ashland
Height: 6-5   Weight: 277
They are a team that needs weapons, and this kid is a player the scouts really liked. But they had other pressing needs.

4   112     C+
Eddie Jackson | SS, Alabama
Height: 6-0   Weight: 201
A four-year starter with the ability to develop into a single high safety with return ability. Has durability concerns after tearing his ACL in 2015 and fracturing his leg in 2016.

4   119     D+
Tarik Cohen | RB, North Carolina A&T
Height: 5-6   Weight: 179
Tiny at 5-foot-6 and 179 pounds, Cohen is a scatback type of runner who can help as a returner right away. Could maybe be used sparingly as a Darren Sproles-like change-of-pace runner. A little early for him.

5   147      B+
Jordan Morgan | OG, Kutztown
Height: 6-3   Weight: 313
Four-year starter who dominated at Division II school and will need to adjust to NFL level competition, but has potential to develop into starter.
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The Superbar / Re: Defibrillators
« Last post by 4everwarriors on April 29, 2017, 06:45:46 PM »
serious question.  what is the theft rate on these devices?  My youth baseball league has one, and we are trying to figure out where the best place to keep it.  right now, we have it in the equipment room, which all of the coaches have access to.  how often are these things nicked if it was kept in a more publicly accessible area?




Gone thru puberty yet dawg? Aren't ya ovar da age limit ta still bee playin' youth baseball, ai na?
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Hangin' at the Al / Re: Mike Deane Retrospective
« Last post by ChitownSpaceForRent on April 29, 2017, 06:15:42 PM »
Just another anonymous internet thug.

People in glass houses...
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The Superbar / Re: Defibrillators
« Last post by rocket surgeon on April 29, 2017, 05:54:40 PM »
serious question.  what is the theft rate on these devices?  My youth baseball league has one, and we are trying to figure out where the best place to keep it.  right now, we have it in the equipment room, which all of the coaches have access to.  how often are these things nicked if it was kept in a more publicly accessible area?

my guess would be when in doubt...anything that looks to be of value even though the scofflaw may not even know what it is or worth-gone.  i know it's sad, but today with the drug abuse, specifically, the opioids, they might get $25 for it, but that'll get rid of the shakes
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The Superbar / Re: Defibrillators
« Last post by ZiggysFryBoy on April 29, 2017, 05:44:33 PM »
serious question.  what is the theft rate on these devices?  My youth baseball league has one, and we are trying to figure out where the best place to keep it.  right now, we have it in the equipment room, which all of the coaches have access to.  how often are these things nicked if it was kept in a more publicly accessible area?
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Hangin' at the Al / Re: Mike Deane Retrospective
« Last post by Marquette Fan In NY on April 29, 2017, 05:35:58 PM »
I'm pretty sure snowflakes just melt when they come up against adversity. MU82, was calling out someone who said something he thought was wrong. Isn't that the opposite of what a snowflake would do?
Just another anonymous internet thug.
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Hangin' at the Al / Re: MU finishes 19th in attendance last year
« Last post by bradley center bat on April 29, 2017, 05:23:23 PM »
It's been said tons of times by media members that the new downtown arena will be 17,500.
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The Superbar / Re: United Airlines
« Last post by 1.21 Jigawatts on April 29, 2017, 05:16:55 PM »
How many of you people have actually spent any time with the airline industry? Not many based on these answers.

Rule 1 in the Industry: NEVER FORK OUT CASH FOR ANYTHING!!!!

Rule 2 in the Industry: YOU GET FIRED IMMEDIATELY FOR BREAKING RULE 1!

Denied boarding compensation isn't cash. It's the right to buy a United ticket on a future flight. If they give you discounts on future airfare, OK, maybe that makes sense. But, a $1,000 credit against two trips to Europe or the Far East, well, isn't a huge number but may help at the margin. So if you want two round-trips to Wichita via Houston and Denver, yeup. But to London, Paris or the Far East, forget it!

Your creativity is cash. The iPhone is cash out the door. So are the Cubs tickets. And, to Chick's point, they will require a bureaucracy because the United States Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service, has a phrase for Iphones, Cubs Tickets and, yes, cash...

Taxable Income.

And it has to be reported. Which means a 1099 for everyone who gets creative compensation.

Stop with the bureaucracy.  Reporting to the IRS is a one time deal involving a few lines of code.  Welcome to 2017, no one employs "accountants" filling in spreadsheets with #2 pencils, or even using excel.

The non-cash argument makes sense.



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