Maybe you should take a break and read the board for an extended period of time before you pee on everyone's cornflakes. The optimism and pessimism ebbs and flows here over time. For instance, from time to time I've been accused of being overly optimistic but I'm currently of a negative mindset because I see a team making a run at a windmill at the expense of their future. Personally, I think of my mindset as objective so I don't really find your wholesale labeling of the board (and therefore me) as a bunch of miserable people to be very accurate or acceptable.
Ok..thanks for you opinion. I will now return to having my own. I didn't think you had to be here for some pre-determined period of time before you were allowed to comment on certian subjects.
I find it interesting that people are allowed to comment about "scrappy vets", "EE not playing", "Narron is an idiot", "Milton sucks", "George Grande is the worst broadcaster ever" and a myrid of other topics adnausem. Unless I am mistaken, which is possible, I don't remember too many people saying "those topics are worn out".
Yet, if I post a satrical commentary on the current overall negative landscape of the board I'm dumping on people and "peeing on their wheaties". Is the message here that I'm entitled to my opinion as long as it agrees with the current majority?
It's really interesting to me that those who are labled "pie in the sky" (my phrase) are written off as drinking the koolaide, "not objective", too optimistic, not "deep thinkers" or "those who don't think three dimentionally". Yet if you poke fun at the negitive nature of the board, or some, then LOOK OUT! People get really testy really quickly then. Very odd.
So my mindset is not objective? Is that what we are to infer from your comment?Personally, I think of my mindset as objective