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post #19 of 28
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Originally Posted by kw purp View Post

You completely blew it. Just know you let your teammates, your coaches, your parents, your friends and your school down. Good luck sleeping at night with that on your conscience

 

I can't tell is this was meant to be serious or sarcastically humorous. Either way, you failed.
post #20 of 28
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Originally Posted by kw purp View Post

You completely blew it. Just know you let your teammates, your coaches, your parents, your friends and your school down. Good luck sleeping at night with that on your conscience
That's not even funny...apologize.😱92 is respectable. Hope it was good enough to make the team.
post #21 of 28

I thought it was a clearly sarcastic joke.  Lighten up?

post #22 of 28
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Originally Posted by bplewis24 View Post

I thought it was a clearly sarcastic joke.  Lighten up?

 

If so, it could have been made more clear that it was a joke and it could have been quite a bit funnier. When younger people come here asking for advice, adults should not be berating them or leaving them uncertain if they are being blasted or merely the participant in some good-natured, if poorly expressed, humor.
post #23 of 28
Thread Starter 

Guys, I don't need an apology. It was a joke... and even if it wasn't I don't need an apology, and I don't know why I would..  Oh, and yeah, our team is pretty bad, so I easily made the team.... but I played well, and It really doesn't bother me if people want to say stuff, (which wasn't the case here)..  I shot a 40 on the front, and I just got a little anxious, and ahead of myself and had a bad back.. But I played better than a 92..  btw, lighten up guys..  and thx to barbm12thtee for defending me/sticking up... I don't need to hear people say that I shot a good round or a bad round because I know what I shot, and I know what I can do to improve that....

post #24 of 28
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Originally Posted by islandersfan1 View Post

Guys, I don't need an apology. It was a joke... and even if it wasn't I don't need an apology, and I don't know why I would..  Oh, and yeah, our team is pretty bad, so I easily made the team.... but I played well, and It really doesn't bother me if people want to say stuff, (which wasn't the case here)..  I shot a 40 on the front, and I just got a little anxious, and ahead of myself and had a bad back.. But I played better than a 92..  btw, lighten up guys..  and thx to barbm12thtee for defending me/sticking up... I don't need to hear people say that I shot a good round or a bad round because I know what I shot, and I know what I can do to improve that....
Okay, no problem. I don't know your psyche and like Wiseguy, I didn't know if you needed ego stroking. I'm a mom with a 19yr. old son and that's what I do. 😊
post #25 of 28
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Originally Posted by Wisguy View Post

 

If so, it could have been made more clear that it was a joke and it could have been quite a bit funnier. When younger people come here asking for advice, adults should not be berating them or leaving them uncertain if they are being blasted or merely the participant in some good-natured, if poorly expressed, humor.

I totaly agree, it was not cool!

post #26 of 28
Thread Starter 

Hey, thanks though in case I was one of those people...

post #27 of 28
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Originally Posted by islandersfan1 View Post

Guys, I don't need an apology. It was a joke... and even if it wasn't I don't need an apology, and I don't know why I would..  Oh, and yeah, our team is pretty bad, so I easily made the team.... but I played well, and It really doesn't bother me if people want to say stuff, (which wasn't the case here)..  I shot a 40 on the front, and I just got a little anxious, and ahead of myself and had a bad back.. But I played better than a 92..  btw, lighten up guys..  and thx to barbm12thtee for defending me/sticking up... I don't need to hear people say that I shot a good round or a bad round because I know what I shot, and I know what I can do to improve that....

Congratulations on making the team! 

post #28 of 28

Great job! Keep it loose! Have fun and enjoy!

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