Posted by Horrible Article on April 19, 2018 at 08:19:50:
In Reply to: Re: CIF hands down ruling on competition posted by Wow. Sir you are way off for so many reasons on April 18, 2018 at 21:19:01:
: I realize you played college ball. This piece of "journalism" you just wrote is ridiculous. For so many reasons.
: 1) Why don't you try good diction. I get your points but you are a collegiate graduate. Try forming sentences and making your point to the "hood" by trying to come from a place of intelligence.
: 2) If you are going to blast CIF for. new rule, shouldn't you put the exact rule or even a link to it. How can you give opinions and us as the reader have ours if there isn't an exact point given to all of us. You can put the CIF logo (Which is illegal and copyrighted) but not the rule. Come on
: 3) You say 95 percent of NBA and NFL employees are white. Thats a blatant and flat out lie. The actual number is 61.7 percent if you combine both. The correct point would have been GMS and higher positions there needs to be more diversity. If you count the full coaching staff of NFL and NBA including assistants its 64% African , American far contrary to your ridiculous "facts"
: Bottom line. Have some credibility. You continue to show who your ignorance and fantasy.
For a website that is supposed to be promoting high school athletes, venturing into social commentary is not wise. Not to mention that commentary was not related to the rule he is complaining about.
My understanding of the new rule is to prevent games against places like IMG and other such "schools" that are basically just sports academies. Mainly because those institutions use the games to try and recruit athletes away from CIF schools.
Then he goes on to compare the resources of SS vs City sections and make it a complaint against CIF as if every SS school is some exclusive private school and every City school is some poor rundown dump. Memo: each section runs itself based on their own resources. SS has more resources because they have 500 more schools (revenue) than City section.
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