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I notice most of these posts are "what do you think of this trade", or "who is better" or "please help". Why do you people even join a sport that you can't make your own decisions ? I realize some people enjoy helping people out with answers, but just learning to understand stats would make a world of difference. Really clutters up the message board for more important questions. It happens with every sport. Had to get this off my chest. :)
if everyone knew everything there wouldn't be forums, don't take it too serious, and if you don't like a post don't answer it...they're not clogging the list, just scroll down until you see something you want to talk about!
when i see something that says rate my team, i think "hmm i can look at his/her team just out of curiousity or just avoid the trouble and skip to the next one...
what annoys me is when people post shit and they disappear, so it's pointless to even respond but i guess you wont know until after the fact! but people have lives and can't sit on a forum all day waiting for other people to post shit and wait 30minutes for a response....
what were we talking about again?
- 1 Reply to Todd
it is annoying when people who arnt as much hockey fans...but just fantasy fans who are in a shitload of fantasy groups...but don't know anything about the players or whats going on off the ice...
but everyone also has their own level of knowledge...some people know more than others. some people just don't have the time to be reading reports about trades and different things...
sometimes my ego, or my "biased fan" inside will be fighting with what the right thing to do...so I will sometimes ask for 2nd, 3rd, 4th oppinions just to settle my mind and think straight.
I don't beg people to tell me what to do...but I just appreciate what other people think because lots of smart ppl here will give me insight to something I might not of taken into consideration at times...and I'll answer post to give insight or another view to people who may be lost or torn between stuff...
it is annoying when people practically ask you to help re-build their team and shit like that...so it's just a matter of knowing which people/post to ignore and which people to answer to help them out...
well let me see....
posts about trades??? that's terrible? (sarcasm)
that's why there's a "draft & TRADE" board....
what's a good example of a post Culchie?
Or how about countless posts about "joining a competitive league only if your 50% or better" - that's spam.
- 1 Reply to Carolyn L
not everyone knows everything. i know ive said this before but...
this is a good place to get info that sometimes cant be found. some people have info about their home team or fav team that maybe i cant find on the net.
ex: last season someone wanted to know if Roy was in the lineup against the rangers... im a ranger fan, i was watching the pregame... they said Roy wasnt in the lineup... i told him & that led to him benching the right guy at the last minute.
I'd rather see people asking dumb hockey questions then some old f4g (nice freddie mercury avatar) complaining about other people on the internet. Very original old man, and wow I bet this will stop all the dumb hockey questions. Thanks for spamming the hockey board with this dumb thread. 8=====D ~ ~ ~ :o)
shut the f up u whinney little punk people are free to post whatever they want and the message board is for input from other users to help one another in making some decisions to better there fantasy team so dont open the messages if you aren't interested. for now shut up!!!!
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