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Bear and his cold pooridge
>>I'll handle this piece by piece:
>Yuri's on the run, now! Look, he's resorting to his most native
state - cheap line-by-line ad homs. It may have worked in the old
days of CEDA, but.......
Rasputin was smeared less. If you "call it like you see it,"
why do you make excuses about denying the grudge match? You say you
turned down Pace because of tensions between them and you. Since
you also say you get along with slusher and james, why does the
reason cross over? No concerns about hostility with SIU, so who's
avoiding the issue with ad homs? Answer that, straight shooter...
>With me, it's simple.
I don't think anyone but you has ever said that, Bear.
>I'm up front about my personality quirks.
Some things are hard to hide.
<I pay my
Stop hiding behind the red herring. Or should I say red Tuna.
Chicken of the Sea, perhaps? Nationals, all bets are due. And while
I have not sought to deny Weber's outstanding record against SIU
this year, you haven't been knockin' down SIU doors with the beers
you owe us.
< I call it as I see it, despite being horribly tunnel-sighted.
Don't take the fun out of this by indicting yourself, Bear.
< You, on
>the other hand, seem to envision yourself as some sort of
>"sprite" that can shit-talk everyone to everyone else.
SO, I don't play favorites, and I'll "shit-talk" to anyone I think
deserves it. Notice I'm spending a lot of time on the -L with you,
Even backwoods Texas
>mojo can only go so far.
You have no idea.
> < Weber chose to decline.
> > suprise!
>No more "suprising" than SIU's consistent defeats. Hey, and
>contradict your early admission about a planned match at SIU's
Nice try. What are you Rush Limbaugh? My only admission, which you
seem destined to obsfucate is that WEBER CHALLENGED SIU at the SIU
tournament, and they were supposed to RESOLVE it at Heart, in the
grudge match, but YOU TURNED IT DOWN. You only prove my point. If
you are so secure in your victories why not have a round with a
mutually preferred judge? Nothing wrong with losing as long as you
come back strong. Weber seems to want to take the marbles they've
won and go home. Your choice.
> < Regardless of KU's intent, we didn't want to continue a series
> that seemed to persistently cause an uncomfortable tension.
>> My impression is that salukis and weber debaters get along fine.
>Duh! Reading comprehension is a horrible responsibility. The
tension I described was in the Pace-Weber rounds. Remember? It was
the reason we chose to decline the grudge requested from Pace. Of
course, we get along with the Salukis....
Come into my web, said the spider to the fly. You seems to have
brilliantly taken out your own reason for turning down the SIU
grudge match, Bear. Thank You very much. Since I'm such a nasty
"sprite," maybe you can e-mail yourself from your different
accounts and take out your own arguments, and we can just watch.
>Well, to be frank, we probably should've taken you up on this one.
<It would've been really SWEET to have beat both your teams at
Cowards die a thousand deaths...
< We did not because it seemed, at the time, the consistent <means
of handling our earlier declined-request from Pace.
Alas, an all-together unpersuasive argument why you turned down the
grudge match. It seems from your Pace answers and your conversation
with Josh Hoe, that you felt like you didn't owe Pace diddly. In
fact you said you don't "OWE" them anything. Why the concern with
consistency for a team you don't give a hoot about? Also, why isn't
your "tensions" front a reason to reject Pace and accept SIU's
<If your debaters refuse to face reality, it's not my fault....
Reality bites. Besides it seems reality is that one tournament a
year allow the settling of disputes of this sort. SIU challenged
Weber and you declined. Like I said, reality bites.
>We approached our season as a "challenge" to youse guys. The
>ecord swamps any of your attempts at shit-talkin'. Notice folks:
>He doesn't deny the record.
Despite your Enquirer-like indicts, in my original post to Heart,
and since then, I purposely acknowledged Weber's lopsided record
with SIU this year. That way it is obvious to everyone that the
storm troopers from Weber had nothing to fear but...well the queasy
stomachs and the weak knees.
>BTW, let me send my hearty congrats to SIU RS for making it to
>octs at Heart. These guys are nice people, good debaters, and even
>a dog deserves a bone every once in a while.
Bear really is a big softy. Slusher and James appreciate your
congrats, and send congrats to BOTH Weber teams that cleared, as do
>Another diversionary tactic from CEDA's own Rasputin. The bets
were for six packs. You buy a lot of six-packs in bars? Gee, when
the bets were made we made specific plans about some dogs wandering
over to the Weber bash. I guess next time you bet, we need to make
you sign a delivery contract lest you infinitely regress.
Indeed, Salukis have been known to order beers six at a time, in a
bar even! I forgot that would be hard for you to imagine, Bear.
Maybe I come drag you out of your hotel room, so you can see how
the rest of the world is socialized.
>> As for kickin' the pupsters from C-Dale, we waited for
conformation of the grudge match...I guess ya'll stopped for lunch
on your way to the tournament. A lil' KFC? If I can venture a
guess? I prefer Original recipe myself.
>Makes sense. Original recipe is greasier. I hope that's not your
best anti-Kentucky jibe.
Why would I make an anti-Kentucky jibe? Original recipe is SPICIER.
So all I'm saying is that ya'll must have eaten EXTRA CRISPY
CHICKEN that day.
>You lie, given the rash of backchanneled shit talking between you
>and I that night. You must be getting my full posts now, right?
Bear, you know I wasn't getting your full posts. Since this is all
on the -L I get all your text, Bear. And I did get e-mail from you,
but I didn't know you were turning the match down until later. I
had my chicken suit on and the computer screen was kinda hard to
> We didn't "conform" because we wanted Roland and Slusher to have
>a chance to clear. We really like you guys, and it really hurts to
>see you all roll over the way you do. Hey, why not try some new
And you call me a liar. This looks like an ad hom, and it
contradicts your excuses above. As for the new combinations, you've
convinced me. Make it half CRISPY and half ORIGINAL.
Watch it, Yuri, I
>think there's some grease drippin from your chin. Oh, you say
It's foam, in anticipation of when Slusher and Roland get ahold of
Tye and Danny.
>< Oh yeah, it's 16-2 after Heart, right?
>Alas, you had the chance to put this to rest and make it 17-2, but
> Slusher and Roland will have to wait for another day. Besides
your excuse for declining Pace's challenge was about how grueling
Heart was going to be, right? So if we're so easy, why'd you
>See multiple stories above. The Pace justification was not over
"grueling" but over escalating tension. Reading and spelling were
>afterthoughts in your educational hierarchy, right?
Nope, just giving you enough rope to hang yourself. As pointed out
above, you weren't worried about SIU/WEBER hostility, now you add
you weren't worried about starting the tournament with a "grueling"
grudge match....what was your excuse again?
> Just trying to pin you down, you welsher. How about a tatoo
>the superiority of the winning school?
If you think I'll bet a tatoo on Monkeyboy, you're crazier than I
thought. And you scare me. As for the other team, we'll wait for
random luck to keep you from ducking out.
>Counterplan: Beer in bear's room. Net benefit: I think I'll win
> <Your new alias seems fitting.
> >> If you prefer you can call me Foghorn Leghorn.
> >I was thinking of Dennis-the-Menace.
And you, of course, could be Mr. Wilson...
> < People living in glass doghouses shouldn't throw rocks....
> >> Glass doghouses really are safer than chicken coops.
>>Gee, you sound like someone making an assessment borne of years
Nope, I only get CHICKEN at the drive-thru, not once I get where
> Be careful, success requires one to differentiate the dream from
Did you read that somewhere? About success, I mean.
>Suggesting Yuri switch to a canine version of KFC,
I promise i'll try to avoid CHICKENS in the future, Bear. And
people say Chicken is healthy?
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