Half the BCWH threads are legendary
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"The Snack Bar Ain't Open: Dining Recomendations-Fine or Otherwise" thread deserves a place in history
The Laura Hurd Remeberance thread should be nominated and archived somewhere if it isn't already. I remember visiting the thread some time ago but not sure how I came across it....IIRC idea of the The Laura Hurd Award was born from this thread.
here, if you'd like to revisit it.
"... And lose, and start again at your beginnings
And never breathe a word about your loss;" -- Rudyard Kipling
The thread a couple of years back on what you need to know about recruiting had a lot of useful information new people would benefit from.
Maybe not Hall of Fame material, but I always love reading posts by "fans" (short for fanatic...which to me means someone who supports a cause regardless of the evidence). A few years back there was a poster who tried (tongue in cheek?) to create the impression that the Neumann Div 3 womens program was on the verge of a dynasty. The posts were always entertaining and you were never quite sure whether the (guy/gal) had inside knowledge or was just blowing smoke. Always irresistible reading in any event. Can anyone remind me who that was and whether he/she is still around?
Camman15 was steadfast in agreement and support of MICZ's impending Neumann dynasty theory.
Best I can recall anyway.
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