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1  Central Section / Central Section Football / Re: Godspeed HSFAN......R.I.P. on: November 08, 2013, 07:32:36 PM
2  Everything Else / hsfan's Off Topic / Re: How things change on: September 06, 2013, 08:59:15 PM
Syria in place of Iraq 10 years ago? I see no difference. To be honest, different Presidents brings different hate.

Who wants to fight with this guys' friend???

3  Central Section / Central Section Football / Week 1 Games and Scores on: September 06, 2013, 08:41:56 PM
Redwood 13 Centennial 10 Halftime
El Diamante 14 Sunnyside 0 Halftime
Mission Oaks 20 Hanford West 0 2nd QTR
Golden West 7 Kingsburg 15 Halftime
4  Everything Else / hsfan's Off Topic / Miley Cyrus on: August 27, 2013, 08:08:36 PM
I'm in shock no one has even mentioned the idol or even created a thread of the queen.
5  Central Section / Central Section Football / MOVED: McGee Moved to WR at Arizona on: August 27, 2013, 08:03:29 PM
This topic has been moved to College and Pros.
6  Everything Else / hsfan's Off Topic / Re: Hannah Anderson Questions on: August 19, 2013, 05:14:16 PM
From reading all the stuff about how close she and "Uncle" was and the time they spend together (multiple-day trips as an example), you can circumstantially believe she was involved. She was in love with him and he to her. Now that Uncle has died, she is trying to defend herself and play herself as a complete victim but the smarts of CVHSPREPS knows she isn't whole heartedly the victim. End of story.
7  Everything Else / hsfan's Off Topic / Re: Why Are We Doing ANY Business with China?! on: February 24, 2013, 06:45:01 PM
Just to bring this topic back up....yellow fever is irresistible. Cheap real monitory codes...if I wanted to make the biggest profits possible..I'm staying in China. We all know, Right or Left, money has a big influence in politics
8  Central Section / Central Section Football / Re: CIF CS Web Site on: September 19, 2012, 09:21:00 AM
Hard to believe, but the CIF CS has finally updated their website.  It looks really sharp, and organized.

It finally is not white! Gajeeeeeebus! Lol.
9  Central Section / Central Section Football / Re: Pig-Iron's Rot-Gut Picks on: September 06, 2012, 05:56:39 PM
  Very Happy Now that's funny right there... I don't care who you are! Very Happy

And I like your pick, Broncos vs Thunder!  Thumbs Up

He was the best.. that is why he is a legend.
10  Central Section / Central Section Football / Re: Pig-Iron's Rot-Gut Picks on: September 06, 2012, 03:37:49 PM
OhMYGOD! The legend is alive!
11  Everything Else / hsfan's Off Topic / Re: rip michael clarke duncan on: September 04, 2012, 10:41:51 PM
Loved his role in "The Green Mile." And, a heart attack... geeze, to think about he became a vegetarian three years ago
12  Everything Else / hsfan's Off Topic / Re: Are We Better Off Now? on: September 04, 2012, 10:40:15 PM
So, aside from deficit that Obama has 'created', how would YOU (different from Romney and Ryan) adjust taxes (usage, tax %)?
13  Everything Else / hsfan's Off Topic / Re: Ain't the first either ... on: August 30, 2012, 01:56:00 PM
Locked and not loaded per complaints.
14  Everything Else / hsfan's Off Topic / Re: The Republican Convention on: August 27, 2012, 08:47:43 PM
Katrina is overused.. I dont know if it the $10 prostitute at the corner or if it was a storm... Truth aside, people need to learn to drop the Katrina thing.. It is more of a 'racial' thing than anything.
15  Central Section / Central Section Football / Re: EYL/WYL week 1 on: August 27, 2012, 08:44:30 PM
Lets get some predictions for week 1.

Misson Oak @ HW
TU vs. Clovis East
ELD @ Clovis North
Hanford @ Monache
Redwood @ Centennial 30-28
GW vs. Kingsburg
Lemoore vs. Sunnyside
Porterville @ West
Delano @ Caesar Chavez

I chose Redwood because I am biased.
16  Central Section / Central Section Football / Re: centralvalleyfootball.coms new top 25 poll on: August 27, 2012, 08:40:56 PM
We should have a weekly members poll for the top ranked teams in the section? Pros and cons. GO!
17  Everything Else / hsfan's Off Topic / Re: Gun Control on: August 11, 2012, 02:53:11 PM
Gun control should be more about bullet control and what type of guns but, there is also a different perspective. There are some gun laws that that I would agree on but honestly, these gun laws dont do much. It is about the quantity of the gun/bullets. Do you really need a submachine gun or a magazine that could hold 50+ or even 20+?

Side note, do you think people would be more cautious about trying to rob or shoot someone if there was a high chance the other person had a gun? I think an interesting take on gun control would be to allow anyone competent who passes a gun safety/training course, to carry a concealed handgun.

Wild, wild west style. Git 'r done.
18  Everything Else / hsfan's Off Topic / Re: Co. Shooting...this guy is on the couch...... on: July 25, 2012, 08:40:35 PM
Thought this was the funniest (sarcastic) story from the shooting.... Sometimes, I guess the ones who run away are the smart ones...
19  Everything Else / hsfan's Off Topic / Re: Interesting graphic on four year college graduation rates. on: July 24, 2012, 09:58:06 AM
Just a Fan is spot on. 

ALso, Scrubs variable that he throws in...
You also have a demographic of students more "at risk" to not finish in four years .....  If there was a corresponding graph of students working more than 20 hours per week, I would bet that graph would be inverted with the CSU'S at the top & the privates at the bottom......  While admirable, and in many ways desirable, students juggling work & school are more likely to take longer, especially if budget cuts mean classes are not readily available to fit around a work schedule.
If someone is juggling class times, to facilitate work times, they would not be considered a full time student, would they?  Full time student impliles class comes first, work is second.  Wouldnt the 'juggling' be the other way around.

Most studies show that, for kids that are paying for their own school, versus mommy/daddy/gubbermint paying ftheir own school, the graduation rates are higher;

I chose school over work. Written up for it but was never fired because I am a beast. Smile But I do know others who would rather work than go to school. School seemed like a second option because it was either, pay rent and survive or go to class, not get paid and be more in debt. In another example, I also know others who work 30+hours a week and still attend school full time (12 units is the requirement). And one thing that does rustle my jimmies are the people who pay tuition with financial aid and dont attend class....
20  Everything Else / hsfan's Off Topic / Re: Interesting graphic on four year college graduation rates. on: July 23, 2012, 11:09:42 PM
Surprised to see my school in the middle, as I expected it to be towards the bottom. I graduated in four years but know MANY people who have been there for 4+ years and/or entered before I did. An interesting statistic I would like to see is the drop out rate of Freshman before major cuts and currently.

And Just_A_Fan, I believe that most people do commute to school at CSU's because they are more local. For instance, when you ask someone at a CSU, I would bet the majority are from within a 50 mile radius as compared to a UC, where most people come from 50+. At Cal, for the people I have talked to that attend/ed, they are not from the Bay Area but come from SoCal or out of state.

From my experience as an undergraduate at my college, the trend of students home location is changing. The school had been accepting more students from outside the Bay Area as compared to the local students. I dont know if that is the case with a lot of CSUs or maybe because my school was a ghost town on weekends.
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