You are a b!tch is all. Lets hike up your skirt. We are all Sixers fans throwing out ideas, opinions, thoughts, different angles on situations. We will come to a disagreement. That the nature of messageboards. As Sixers fans we should be able to agree to disagree and move on. Its not as serious as you want it. You seem highly offended when challenged or someone disagrees with your position. Like how dare any of you!
If anything you were being a d!ck about the word untradeable. Want to give us this definition where in the sports world it holds a different meaning. You never once budged or gave a little in the argument saying "Ok I see where you guys are coming from. But imo I still think no player is untradeable based on my definition I gave."
. And then we f*cking move on. But no you wanna run in whenever you get a chance and repeat the same argument in different text. And new posters enter and offer thier opinion on what is being implied with "untradeable"
and you cant acknowledge it.
If it conflicts with your interpretation then you dont want to hear it. So you run in and repeat. Until you give up and diss the posters in here acting as if you are some mature, respectable, enlightening poster. Get off yourself.
Here is some great advice. If you arent enjoying your experience here? If you dont like when your opinion gets challenged, disagreed with? Then post somewhere else. I can refer you to other sites or you can google BASKETBALL MESSAGEBOARDS FOR ME
An example of what my post is speaking on...
Originally Posted by ppierce34
Again, semantics. To you, the word untradeable doesn't exist, because by your definition any player can be traded. Others have a different definition. Accept it.
And you run in with the same argument. Another poster disagrees with your "run in same argument"
crap and you cry foul.
My last post on this issue was...
Originally Posted by GOBB
Agree to disagree because you are a Sixers fan and i dont like going back and forth with a fellow Sixers fan.
And what do you do? Run in with the same argument.