Re: Poll: When Do You Think the Celtics Will Go Over .500?
posted at 11/7/2012 4:51 PM EST
In response to breaktime's comment:
I didn't like what they did to the "reply to this post" feature, so now I do my own thing with it.
Regarding Poll 2, I have no idea. This team,. .. too much in flux right now.
. . . I see two highly opinionated longterm posters really going at it, I just see a couple of passionate Celtic fans who, in the midst of disagreeing, have momentarily lost sight of the fact the person they're arguing with is also a big Celtic fan.
I admire the intensity and amount of thought you all put into analyzing grown men bouncing a ball in their underwear on national TV,
Irregardless of how it plays out, this season does promise to be interesting, and this board, ramshackle but functional enough, will hopefully see a great deal more disagreements, which do make for better reading than everybody marching together in lockstep. Up with the Celtics, down with the Heat and Lakers, and I'll stop running off at the mouth now. My apologies for going so off topic.
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Nice, breaktime, nice. I like your take and analysses and approach. I love a good lenghty in-depth post much better than one-liners. Like the one just above, I mean, why even bother.
Yeah, the BDC really s^cks, but I'm tryijng to work with the primitive tools: can't live w'out spell checking though and I'm still having trouble with my cursor.
Me too, on the Reply, Quote thing, drives me crazy when people quote a long line of replies instead of using the delete, copy, and post functions.
Right there's the Celtic schedule. I'm surprised all the big time boosters of thisyear's celtic's team aren't puting in their predictions of when the C's will go over .500 or if they even will.
Even the yee of little faith guy, after his very very clever one-liner did not offer a prediction to show how much faith he has.
I'm going to step ou on a limb and make a bold prediction or two:
One: the Celtics will be a better than .500 team this season.
Two: The Celtics, will go over and stay over .500 on October 5th against the T'wolves.
If they aren't over .500 to stay by October 5th, I predict they will be flirting with a .500 record for the rest of the season.