June 26, 2013


EVEN though a lot of the football discussed on my posts today wasn't necessarily Eagles football, the discussions were nonetheless civil, civilized, and even when we didn't agree; we didn't resort to name calling, personal attacks or some other form of childish behavior. 

Quite frankly, I'm proud of us. At first I wasn't sure if I should say anything about it, but then I thought: WHY NOT? Why be quick to ridicule and slow to praise? Why should an earned shove in the chest, come sooner an earned pat on the back? 

I liked what I saw on here today, so I'm saying so. Today was proof that we CAN have this. 

I look forward to seeing this from you all again tomorrow.

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