Up for Debate: NCAA tourney

Friday, March 16, 2012 at 2:32am

Who do you have winning the NCAA tournament? How far will the local teams go? Or is the whole thing overrated anyway?

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Tagged: Up for Debate

7 Comments on this post:

By: dargent7 on 3/16/12 at 4:38

If Michigan State is still operating and based out of E. Lansing, MI, then it's them.

By: Loner on 3/16/12 at 6:51

Good morning, Nashville.

I do not watch basketball....I have no idea who is competitive and who isn't.

IMO, they need to raise the basket (hoop) a couple more feet...it's too easy for these elongated athletes to stuff the ball into the hole....when scores often exceed 100 points for each team, there is a flaw in the game itself....way too many games are decided by who scores last...the "buzzer-beater" idea....the game is fundamentally flawed, in my most humble of opinions.

By: Rasputin72 on 3/16/12 at 7:31

LONER.......I can certainly see why someone like you would have no interest in Basketball. I can also see why someone who is a rabid basketball fan would see you as someone who does not matter.

After looking at the United States since around 1960 I have come to believe that there are perhaps more than 1 million different interest groups in this country. Some of these interest groups maintain with great fervor that their particular interest is not only relevant but very important.

If that is true and I think it is don't you find that amazing?

By: yogiman on 3/16/12 at 8:24

Since basketball doesn't seem to be the name of the favorite game, here's a little news article I read about a fire in an apartment building in Los Angeles.

It seems a Mexican family of six, all welfare recipients and gang members lived on the first floor. They all died.

An Islamic group of 7 welfare cheats, all in this country illegally from Kenya, lived on the 2nd floor. They, also, all died.

Six LA, Hispanic, Gang Bangers & ex-cons lived on the 3rd floor and they all died, too.

A lone, white couple lived on the 4th floor and they survived the fire.

It seems like Jesse Jackson, John Burris and Al Sharpton were furious. They flew in to LA and met with the fire chief [on camera]. They loudly demanded to know why the Blacks, Black Muslims and Hispanics all died in the fire and why the white couple lived?

The Fire Chief only said; "They were at work." They shut up. No more questions.

By: bfra on 3/16/12 at 9:16


By: dargent7 on 3/16/12 at 9:25

Paul Wade: Try to keep your psychotic rants and "informative news" updates to yourself.

By: yogiman on 3/16/12 at 11:10

I apologize, dargunt7,

I didn't know you had bought this site. How much did you pay for it? With you forgiveness I'll make sure I only posts things you approve of in the future.

Need another joke?