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« anh8705 wrote on Wednesday, Apr 02 at 09:50 AM »
Also...there are more gaping holes in this so-called argument than a piece of Swiss Cheese. If I didn't have to be at work in 5 minutes I would happily enlighten you.
« anh8705 wrote on Wednesday, Apr 02 at 09:42 AM »
Point...missed. Good try, though.
« SilentECKO wrote on Wednesday, Apr 02 at 01:28 AM »
This article completely ignores some of the key facts about Team Psteven v. Mid or Feed. I played in these games as the ADC in botlane of both the matches. Because of the connectivity issues, we were forced to wait 27 minutes of the 30 minute pause limit. We were winning the game before they started to pause non-stop. This really threw off our game and caused us to lose the momentum, a very important aspect of this game. Not only that, but they eventually relocated DIRECTLY ACROSS FROM US. This caused many issues. Some members of Mid or Feed were blatantly cheating, wearing half of their headsets or earbuds and listening to our every call. Because they could hear our every verbal command, they were able to find us wherever we were. This created a huge handicap in Team Psteven's communication. We were used to being able to talk to eachother during previous matches. Both the horribly long pause and the unfair relocation of the opposing team caused us to completely lose our drive and morale for the game, ending up in our first loss. The second game, while there were no pauses, we still had the massive handicap of not being able to verbally communicate. Morale is a very important thing in such a team-oriented game, and it was against us. The article did not even mention any of these circumstances.
« ceciladkins wrote on Monday, Mar 31 at 08:49 PM »
What a shame. Must be related to H. Updyke.
« ceciladkins wrote on Monday, Mar 31 at 08:45 PM »
Editorial Reply: Women deserve Cecil.
« ceciladkins wrote on Monday, Mar 31 at 08:43 PM »
Pay with bit coins...solves all the problems.
« ceciladkins wrote on Monday, Mar 31 at 08:37 PM »
Thank goodness The Plainsman is here to report on the pressing issues facing college students these days. CNN, BBC, and Fox just don't give you quality reporting like this stuff. I'm so glad the the cartoon characters were limited to those over 18....usually only kids get to enjoy kids' stuff.
« ceciladkins wrote on Saturday, Mar 29 at 10:48 AM »
Women asked for equality decades ago, and let me say, women have been asking me for my number for a LONG time, so it's all part of what ya'll asked for. Don't hate me because I'm beautiful.
« teacher502 wrote on Friday, Mar 28 at 09:58 AM »
This article reminds me of a quote from the movie, HARRIET THE SPY, where the character played by Rosie O'Donnell tells Harriet, "Truth is beauty and beauty is truth." Miss Sheehan laid it all out in this commentary and is having to face the truth of the mathematical fact that she cannot afford to live in a place where she is truly happy. How rare it is for young people to face the painful reality of "I cannot have this" and to face the fact that "I must live within my means." Great job on an interesting, funny, and truthful article. I felt as if I could have written this myslef "once upon a time."
« firstname.lastname@example.org wrote on Thursday, Mar 27 at 10:07 AM »
There are a couple of errors which warrant correction, but first...Thanks to the Plainsman staff for getting the word out about aviation at Auburn! I think it's important to clarify that the aviation programs were never on any type of "probation". Also, the unfortunate passing was of a faculty member, not the Business Dean; and the number of aircraft in our fleet was not an issue with AABI accreditation. Thanks, War Eagle and Fly Auburn!
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