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Member since: May 11, 2005
Last visit: December 28, 2006

panteeze has posted 10 links and 146 comments to SportsFilter and 0 links and 7 comments to the Locker Room.

Recent Links

Chicago Bears Tank Johnson is at it again: After having his home searched a couple of days ago and illegal weapons and drugs found, now his body guard was shot and killed. Baffling!

posted by panteeze to football at 09:04 AM on December 16, 2006 - 7 comments

Drive for Show; Putt for Dough: Brilliant performance!

posted by panteeze to golf at 12:35 PM on July 23, 2006 - 56 comments

Playoffs for the PGA?: What a player does during the year will have a minimal impact in the so called post season. Tim Finchem says its like the Yankees winning 115 games during the season and starting over in the playoffs. However, the Yankees start each game with a zero-zero score. This system will definitely reward the streak player who is hot at the end of the season.

posted by panteeze to golf at 08:35 PM on June 28, 2006 - 12 comments

First Ever Womans Golf Rankings: Michelle wie was determined to be no. 3 in the world. Is fifteen tourneys enough to determine how good one really is? I smell a marketing scheme here to get Wie into the US Open without having to qualify, lol.

posted by panteeze to golf at 05:37 PM on February 21, 2006 - 12 comments

USGA changes rule to allow Wie and other amatuers to accept expense money: Do yo think the tournament sponsors and the PGA had any influence on the USGA? LOL. Very sad.

posted by panteeze to golf at 11:04 AM on August 27, 2005 - 8 comments

Recent Comments

Read the Guidelines

Instead, they have been nice enough to let people join for free. I am sure that is what it is.

posted by panteeze at 10:54 AM on December 27, 2006

Read the Guidelines

Who cares if anyone makes money off of this site? What's that got to do with anything? I hope they do make some money. They do a great job and provide a wonderful service (even if my employer doesn't think so). Once again, the origins of my financial comments was to serve as a reminder for the hidden reasons for this forum. And not to take it so damn seriously. If you want everyone to follow the rules verbatim, then create a private site and charge a membership fee. Otherwise, lighten up and move on if you don't like any particular thread instead of criticising the guy who created the thread.

posted by panteeze at 09:47 AM on December 27, 2006

Read the Guidelines

outside of your opinion, do you have any evidence to support this? if so, please provide some clout to your claim. I will gladly provide clout to my claim. I found SpoFi through Yahoo! I have SpoFi included in MyYahoo! home page. Each time I bring up my home page, Yahoo! registers my visit as a hit to their site. The higher the number of hits, the more they can charge companies to advertise on Yahoo! You can also access SpoFi directly. When doing so, the main page for SpoFi has a link to Yahoo!. So it is very clear to me a financial motive exists for this forum. Without a financial incentive, there would be no link to Yahoo! nor would SpoFi be an option for the MyYahoo! home page.

posted by panteeze at 09:43 AM on December 27, 2006

Read the Guidelines

Perhaps the moderators can bring to this thread lbbs comments on yesterdays deleted post. More than likely, it would level the playing field and minimize the heat I have received for defending myself. And to think this site exists for the sole purpose of discussing sports without any financial incentive is nothing more than ignorance. So again, LIGHTEN UP guys.

posted by panteeze at 09:30 AM on December 27, 2006

Read the Guidelines

If you feel the guidelines shouldn't apply to you, I'm sure one of the pantheon will show you the door. I have never stated that the guidelines should not apply to me. Unfortunately, there was a post deleted yesterday in which the creator was unecessarily and harshly lambasted for initating the particular post. But prior to the posts deletion, lbb found it necessary to cut and paste my comments to this thread. In doing so, she neglected to cut and paste other comments from the thread that would have clarified my position. Lbb's actions were cowardly. get a grip. lbb pointed out something you are doing and you went at something she is. if you can't see the difference there, perhaps you don't belong on the internet. or in society. Gee, based on your comments dfleming, I guess I will be right in line behind you with everyone else who does not belong in society. I had no idea you had the power and authority to make such suggestions. The prior sentece was merely toungue and cheek but a great example of an "I am your parent" attitude. I will also state this site is full of individuals who take a snipet of information without all the facts and go right to judgement day. Very sad.

posted by panteeze at 09:21 AM on December 27, 2006

Read the Guidelines

panteeze, stop the personal attacks. They violate the rules. We have guidelines for a reason and if a fellow member, such as lbb, points them out it is an attempt to be helpful. Laughable! Its not a personal attack. Its a personal defense. Did you see me taking any sniper pot shots at lbb? I don't think so? As I stated earlier, I think she is a coward and a know it all wannabe. This is merely a defense against her cowardly personal attack towards me. And you might think she is well respected, and you are entightled to your opinion. By as I am entightled to my opinion, I have zero repsect for her arrogance and cowarldy behavior. This is a forum for sports. It should be fun. I can deal with the "people" who are way to serious about the rules. I just can't deal with them when they unnecessarily jump all over others with the "I am your parent" attitude. So lbb, apoch, dfelming and any one else who shares their opinion, STEP OFF MY NUTS!

posted by panteeze at 08:53 AM on December 27, 2006

Read the Guidelines

Well, we've got several cleanups in aisle 5 today, and they're not technically noobs. One in particular seems to have decided that the whole purpose of this site is to "get people to use Yahoo! and generate numbers to get maximum advertising revenue", and that therefore the rules are all a sham. Due to the cencorship in another post that has been deleted, not everyone had the opportunity to read our comments lbb. So I guess we take up our beef here. First, I find your inablility to provide my name with the comments gutless and cowardly. You seem to be a "rules obsessed person" and if rules aren't followed literally, you get bent out of shape. Last I looked, your not part of the group that founded this site nor part of the editorial and cencoring group who moderates the threads. So why do you always feel the need to reprimand everyone? When "people" (in quotes to honor lbb) have something to say at just about every post, it think they lose credibility. And lbb, you seem to have a comment on every post at this forum. Like I said in the other deleted post, I hope Santa gave you a gift card to get a life! I will use my time to worry about more pressing issues in our world and leave the petty nitpicking about the SpoFi rules to you. It appears to be the only way you can garner self esteeem.

posted by panteeze at 07:58 AM on December 27, 2006

ND vs. LSU

Actually, no, it isn't, because the not-liking in this case had nothing to do with the topic. It had to do with the post not adhering to the guidelines. And if you don't like the guidelines of the site (for any "you" out there), then I'd say you need to move on. If the rules of this site bother you so much that being asked to adhere to them makes you wail and gnash your teeth, there are lots of other sports sites out there where you'll probably be a lot happier. At a minimum, if you'd rather complain about the guidelines than follow them, you need to take it to the Locker Room. LOL, this is a free forum open to all yet some "people" have to claim it as their own. And I have to make my point again, its not about the rules. Its all about marketing and creating ways to get "people" to visit Yahoo! for money. If you want to have your serious little club where all follow the rules, then create your own site and charge a fee. Somehow I think you would enjoy that while being able to tell others how they should act. There are more serious matters in this world other than getting your shorts in a bunch over such trivial matters. Did Santa bring you a gift card in order to get a life? I hope so!

posted by panteeze at 09:21 AM on December 26, 2006

ND vs. LSU

Oh, read the guidelines already for heaven's sake, people. Sheesh. If you post a FPP to SportsFilter, you post a quality link (not Yahoo), and you keep your opinions out of the FPP. You're welcome to expand on them in the comments, but not the FPP. If you don't get why that's a good idea, that's fine -- the internet is full of sports forums that don't have these standards. But SportsFilter does have them, and if you want to raise a discussion about their validity, do it in the Locker Room. There will always be "people" in life who are freaked out if you don't follow the rules to a T. Its nice to see so much time can be dedicated to such serious matters. Here is a better idea. If you don't like the topic or the post, move on. That is so simple. The true reason for this forum is to get people to use Yahoo! and generate numbers to get maximum advertising revenue. Lets not be so nit picky with the rules "people".

posted by panteeze at 08:47 AM on December 26, 2006

'Scuse me while I whip this out...

And really, how severe was his crime? With all do respect to people who have lost loved ones in drunk driving accidents, they weren't lost to Dontrelle. Did his pissing on the street paralyze anyone for life? It's time to look at DUI on a case by case basis. Get out the torches and rope when someone is actually hurt. Wow! I am guessing the folks at MADD won't be beating down your door to become their next spokesperson. The fact that DW didn't hurt anyone doesn't lessen the severity of the crime. That would be like saying I took my gun out and made several attempts to shoot you and missed. And because I missed, whats the real harm? To me, cars in the parking lots at bars whos owners are intoxicated are nothing more that bullets looking for a target. Sooner or later, the bullet will connect and you hope your not the target. DW made a very dumb mistake and showed poor judgement; perhaps because he thought his stature in Miami would make him above the law. He is very lucky he didn't actually hurt someone. But, imho, his penalty should be as severe as if he did hit someone. Ok, in keeping with the tone of all of the posts on this thread, let me have it now!

posted by panteeze at 08:14 AM on December 23, 2006

Everything you ever wanted to know about the ugliest helmet in the history of organized football is inside this link.

The helmet if "off the chain". Tieguy, its only a matter of time before we see a "swoosh stripe" on our paper currency.

posted by panteeze at 09:32 AM on December 17, 2006

Nuggets-Knicks brawl ends with 10 players ejected

Some of the above comments are making references of the NBA to the NHL. Atleast in the NHL they have a more controlled fight. The fight doesn't last very long and the game moves on. Maybe its time for David Stearns to put glass around the court and let these guys duke it out and keep the fans safe. As for Marshmelo Anthony, what a wuss! Tosses and connects on a haymaker then runs away like he just clocked his big brother and then reality set in. He should be fined for being a pansy. As for the actual foul that started the melee, it didn't look all that bad in slow motion. Major overreaction in my opinion.

posted by panteeze at 09:27 AM on December 17, 2006

2006 College bowl listings

The Smoke-A-Bowl!

posted by panteeze at 07:22 AM on December 06, 2006

2006 College bowl listings

What no ToysRus/IHOP Bowl? How about a HoneyBakedHam Bowl? Back in Battle Creek we actually held one called the Cereal Bowl. No kidding! Ya, anyone with some cash can get in line behind the BCS, ABC, the NFL (free farm system) and anyone else who wants to exploit the college athelete. By providing a free education (tuition is covered by non athelete students i would imagine)and in return the school gets millions. BRILLIANT! I know this is somewhat off topic but all this bowl bs is about MONEY! Isn't it about time the players get their fair share of the pie?

posted by panteeze at 07:38 AM on December 05, 2006

Florida Will Face Ohio State in BCS Championship Game

Forgot to add that Wisconsin should be outraged by being snubbed. They only lost to Michigan. How the f*ck does Notre Dame deserve a BCS bowl over Wisconsin?

posted by panteeze at 08:14 AM on December 04, 2006