Comment history

colobob says...

one last post before I go and in the form of a link. Hope to see some of you there.
Plenty of issues to debate, discuss, or to just plain say howdy to one another.
"via con dios! Audios!"

http://sbvor-local.blogspot.com

colobob says...

Once again as it so often happens in life the many must pay for the actions of a few. Personally I don't much care for the new policy although I can understand the reasoning behind it. Unfortunately however anonymous no longer means anonymous. colobob wishes all a good life as this will be my last post. See you on the water & remember to take a kid (or adult) fishing. Good bye all. Say good night Gracie!

colobob says...

The draw for TC and its participants is Steamboat and the recreational opportunities it offers in addition to its tournaments. No other venue offers the diversity that the Boat offers. King knows it, the participants know it. Seems like the only ones that don't realize that TC's biggest appeal to its players and their families are some of us. Folding when you hold the winnig hand is a losing proposition. If TC Sports could do better elsewhere by leaving they would have done so long ago. TC survives in part because of Steamboat. Watch the decline in participation if TC were to go elsewhere. Kings no fool, he isn't going anywhere as long as Steamboat is the destination of choice.

On Triple Crown could stay

Posted 22 July 2008, 12:45 p.m. Suggest removal

colobob says...

..........., and the ever present "ultimatum" once again echoes throughout the valley.

On Triple Crown could stay

Posted 22 July 2008, 10:52 a.m. Suggest removal

colobob says...

Matt, it would appear that trying to get you to understand that answering an insult with an insult accomplishes nothing and is a wasted effort on my part. It's a free country and you are free to follow your own path and respond to comments as you see fit. I didn't take a side on the issue, I merely tried to point out that you do yourself a disservice when you resort to insults when arguing a point. Look, rather than debate the matter further I'll just wish you a good day. I'll leave what is or is not an appropriate response to what you consider an insult up to your own conscience. Two wrongs never made a right. Enjoy the day!

On Paul Potyen: Time for a change

Posted 20 July 2008, 10:18 a.m. Suggest removal

colobob says...

Here is one more quote that may be of benefit to all of us.
"A wise man is superior to any insults which can be put upon him, and the best reply to unseemly behavior is patience and moderation." - Moliere - aka Jean Baptiste Poquelin

On Paul Potyen: Time for a change

Posted 20 July 2008, 8:33 a.m. Suggest removal

colobob says...

Matt, the only point I'm trying to get across to you is that when you argue a point by casting insults, the point that you were trying to make loses its validity. Food for thought that's all.

On Paul Potyen: Time for a change

Posted 20 July 2008, 8:16 a.m. Suggest removal

colobob says...

"The way to procure insults is to submit to them: A man meets with no more respect than he exacts." - William Hazlitt _

On Paul Potyen: Time for a change

Posted 20 July 2008, 7:39 a.m. Suggest removal

colobob says...

Hardly and intelligent comparison Matt.

On Paul Potyen: Time for a change

Posted 20 July 2008, 7:29 a.m. Suggest removal

colobob says...

"A gentleman will not insult me, and no man not a gentleman can insult me." - Frederick Douglass -

On Paul Potyen: Time for a change

Posted 20 July 2008, 7:07 a.m. Suggest removal