It’s also a bit odd that Schlabach has gone completely radio silent since the erroneous reporting came to light. Been a brutal month for the WWL.
I think it must be “hey everyone, I know something!”
I really want to know: what’s your point?
Because if a team like the Hawks this year gets the 32nd pick, guess what? Utter despair sets in, fans check out without hope, and the whole league ends up suffering. If a team isn’t even in the conversation for the future, then they’ll never ever get free agents, and absent a ping pong miracle many years in a row,… Read more
Having to wait 5-8 years to get away from the shitshow franchise that drafted you builds character.
Does anyone remember the Draft Wheel proposal?
Then you would only need six to eight teams in the league.
Because that’s how you end up becoming English soccer, where only the top 6 teams can afford good players and the top of the table looks exactly the same year to year.
Because how can bad, lesser marketable teams get better? Through the draft. Imagine the warriors win the championship and get the fifth pick? That’s retarded
This is a good idea. I agree that two times per year the lottery ball that comes out should be blank and that means that the player drafted at that spot should be fired into outer space. It’s tough but fair and as a law and order candidate, I support this.
Having owned both, “overpriced” is not really an issue. yes, the Irish Setter cost more upfront, but after the first round of standard veterinary care, the difference between purchase and adoption was nearly a rounding error. Read more
Breeding these dogs is fine. Like literally anything else it requires an informed and morally responsible approach, but that’s really the core of it.
Responsible breeding actually means endeavoring to exclude the very genetic risks you’re talking about.
How about breeding them with their health in mind? That would work too, as my healthy, longer-faced pug who lived to 16 and a half would attest.
Cops approach man they suspect of loitering while black; nobody shot. Nice switch up.
It is, it’s just at a funny angle. You can see the blue lines on the snow, which mark distance and make the slope move visible.