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re: Basketball stat tracker apps - MarcusQuinn
Hello, Lavar! Seriously, I'm not sure confronting the coach, splitting hairs about statistics and calling out the principal's kid is a sound strategy, big picture. ...
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re: Ethics discussion: Guy automates his job... doesn't tell his employer. - MarcusQuinn
[quote]Spoken like a true company man.[/quote] Or a man that sees more work as more pay, more responsibility, more opportunity, more challenges......
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re: Ethics discussion: Guy automates his job... doesn't tell his employer. - MarcusQuinn
This board. If a person manipulates the welfare system, a politician gets rich catering to lobbyists rather than constituents or a company uses loopholes to avoid paying taxes, people loose their shite. Propose a relatable situation and suddenly the championing of ethics and principles falls off dram...
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re: Ethics discussion: Guy automates his job... doesn't tell his employer. - MarcusQuinn
You can make assumptions and create a scenario that vilifies the company and paints yourself as a heroic victim who would certainly be thrown out into the cold if you were honest, but that won't change the fact that you are knowingly, blatantly deceiving the people who hired you. It's not even argua...
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re: You live on a corner lot, real estate agent puts open house sign on corner without asking - MarcusQuinn
I know what it all means but didn't bother to add another layer by explaining terminology. Basically, you own what's within your property line, not the ROW. Servitudes can be anywhere, etc. The point that it's not his yard doesn't require a greater level of detail. And it doesn't matter unless much ...
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re: You live on a corner lot, real estate agent puts open house sign on corner without asking - MarcusQuinn
[quote]Lot of people here seem to think you don't own the servitude[/quote] I'm not sure you know what a servitude is. It's either his property OR it's a servitude. Any street with city services and utilities has a servitude. There may not be a sidewalk or ditch between the grass and the street, ...
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re: You live on a corner lot, real estate agent puts open house sign on corner without asking - MarcusQuinn
Pros: Your neighbor sells their house. A family finds their new home. If sold quickly, at asking price, it likely increases your property value. The realtors get their commissions. Related businesses in the area benefit from the transaction. Cons: There's a tiny sign on the corner. ...
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re: How good is Pop? - MarcusQuinn
His top players stay and he plugs in role players around them. Every new combination seems to work as well as the last. Year after year after year. There is little ego, drama or emotion. The system is bigger than the players and everyone buys in. And Phil Jackson is good too. ...
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re: How good is Pop? - MarcusQuinn
Dang it. I edited my post to quiet you down, yet here you are at 2am central time still trying to convince 3 random dudes on a message board that Phil Jackson is awesome. Totally wicked awesome. Even if you did convince somebody, which you won't, it would rank among the tiniest of victories. A very ...
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re: How good is Pop? - MarcusQuinn
Warm the milk. Fluff the pillows. My work here is done. ...
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re: How good is Pop? - MarcusQuinn
I said I can. Ok, I think this topic is a wrap. It is for me. ...
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re: How good is Pop? - MarcusQuinn
He was? He wasn't? Tell me the answer you want to hear and I'll say it. I apologize for mentioning Phil Jackson and the Lakers in my offhand, midnight post about Gregg Popovich being a good coach. I can edit all of that out if it helps you sleep. ...
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re: How good is Pop? - MarcusQuinn
I suppose we could further derail the topic and compare Pop era Spurs to Jackson era Lakers, but Phil couldn't control the egos, so the Lakers split up. ...
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re: How good is Pop? - MarcusQuinn
Sorry laughing, rolling, west-coast-biased smilies. Pop is better Phil Jackson. ...
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re: How good is Pop? - MarcusQuinn
They got beat like a drum in Game 1. Spurs adjust and hold Houston's offense to 30 fewer points in Game 2 and 34 fewer in Game 3, without Parker. But no credit for adjustments. Just a bad shooting night. Darn the luck. This wasn't a Rocket post anyway. It's about two decades of coaching. ...
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How good is Pop? - MarcusQuinn
The graphics of his accomplishments during tonight's game were ridiculous. Phil Jackson was good too. All that being said, if the Pels and Spurs switched rosters next season is it reasonable to think the Spurs would be a top 4 seed? Is he that good?...
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re: Architect recommendations (BR area) for small business design? - MarcusQuinn
What gave me away? The tooth analogy? Actually, I do know how they work. I also know exactly why some design-build contractors would marginalize a third-party (architect or project manager) hired to represent the best interests of the owner. Contractor led design-build is much easier for the cont...
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re: Architect recommendations (BR area) for small business design? - MarcusQuinn
You can also duct tape your broken headlight, fix your chipped tooth with epoxy and cut your own hair. All are less costly and time consuming than hiring a person trained to do the exact thing you need done. ...
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re: Architect recommendations (BR area) for small business design? - MarcusQuinn
If it's a commercial/retail buildout you'll need to get permits from the city and Fire Marshal. The drawings will need to have a professional stamp. If there are any structural changes, that you will need professionally stamped structural drawings. If the plumbing, mechanical or electrical work is ...
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re: Cry it out night 1, need some thoughts - MarcusQuinn
Has nobody said "Ferber Method" yet? Look it up. It works. You are welcome. ...
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