855Re: Greg Peden
- Oct 2, 2005Hey Mark,
I don't think I did not show respect to Greg. I told what I saw and
told I don't like what I saw. I think to have no respect is more
like when you speak from another one in his back, like private e-
mail or in person to another people except the guy then you speak
about. Greg is a legend, a very good players and everyone respect
him for is good career. You can send to him anything I wrote I have
no problem and we can discuss it anytimes.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "m c" <torontotablehockey@h...> wrote:
> nicely said johny B..., Greg is a great competitor, and our table
> sport is one of pure competition... I like that about table
hockey. It pits
> one person against the other, and win or lose, it is a rush!
> Beating Greg in a 7 game series has been the highlight of my 10
> hockey career, and that is because you know you beat the guy that
> the most!
> We all, including myself, have had moments of lack of
> So let's cut each other a bit of slack and show appreciation to
> for being supportive of each other's events. I have my personal
> Greg... and we solve them in person, not on a forum...
> Let's keep the CCTHF a notch above the other chat rooms please.
> class, even when you feel someone else has not given you the same
> that will make you a better player as well as a better person.
> >From: "John Barnes" <johnbarnes98@h...>
> >Reply-To: email@example.com
> >To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> >Subject: Re: [ccth] Greg Peden
> >Date: Sat, 01 Oct 2005 09:55:29 -0400
> >It's funny...for the years I've been around table hockey, all
I've heard is
> >people complaining about Greg Peden...that he holds on to the
puck for too
> >long, that he is not very sportsmanlike, and that he does moves
> >boards that are cheap or unfair...
> >And before I say this Burt, I preface it with the utmost of
> >The 5 second rule is too lenient. If you are a tournament
> >hear complaints about people holding on to the puck for too long,
> >IS NOT THE ONLY ONE TO DO THIS), it is the organizer's fault. Quit
> >complaiining about the person, and start complaining to the rule
> >well, most referees don't have the balls to call a player on it,
which is a
> >We're all trying to be friends here and have a fun, competitive,
> >good-natured community.
> >But there will always be friction when some players have a
> >win than others. I'm simply saying that some people will stop at
> >nothing to win. Kinda like the New York Yankees spending 200
> >or the Italian soccer team diving all over the pitch and crying
> >referee...if major sports can curb these behaviors, why can't we?
> >I can fully understand why Greg's competitive nature and
> >rub people the wrong way, but it can definitely be overcome. I
> >it as fuel in the Quebec Open to 'kick it up a notch' and bury
Greg with 5
> >goals in about a minute and a half...I guess it's all about how
> >people respond to such adversity.
> >And everyone, including Burt, if you think Bill is the only guy
> >Greg, you can add my name to the seemingly small list.
> >John Barnes
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