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vizoroo
07-19-2019, 01:27 AM
So let me get this right. The bottom line is that the Gov wants to continue to give residents a significant check from the permanent fund. In order to do that he has to cut the University budget and layoff thousands, and that's what he is doing. He could reduce the amount and residents would still get 900 each but he'd rather cut the university.

Similar to feeding a man fish vs teaching him how to fish so he can feed himself. Wouldn't a better educated population be able to earn more than an annual check from the permanent fund?

BlackI
07-19-2019, 02:31 AM
"Fck you, as long as I get mine" is the Republican pathos since 1980.
Ayuh

Hal9K
07-19-2019, 02:39 AM
So let me get this right. The bottom line is that the Gov wants to continue to give residents a significant check from the permanent fund. In order to do that he has to cut the University budget and layoff thousands, and that's what he is doing. He could reduce the amount and residents would still get 900 each but he'd rather cut the university.
Bigly brain power at work there.

BlackI
07-19-2019, 03:23 AM
Bigly brain power at work there.

https://youtu.be/V307rwBvj_A

Squarebanks
07-19-2019, 07:46 PM
Similar to feeding a man fish vs teaching him how to fish so he can feed himself. Wouldn't a better educated population be able to earn more than an annual check from the permanent fund?

A better educated population would never have elected this goober in this first place. Alaska unfortunately has more than its share of anti-gubment end-of-the-roaders who get all of their news from Facebook memes.

ticapnews
07-20-2019, 10:26 AM
A better educated population would never have elected this goober in this first place.

Hence the need to kill public education...

UMD21
07-21-2019, 09:58 AM
All this makes me kind of ashamed to work in oil and gas. Never have worked in Alaska (almost did for Haliburton but didnítówould have been cool but Iím probably better off not having done it). Liberal extremism is idealism and a distorted sense of reality, conservative extremism is plain greed in these circumstances.

DrunkTrainPolka
07-23-2019, 12:55 PM
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joe bertagna as interim commissioner for the newnewWCHA/newCCHA/____ to the get the magnificent seven going like he did for HEA?

he said he is stepping down... not retiring.

hell, maybe they hire him as a consultant for a year or two. seems to be a well liked and respected person...

GO TECH GOLD!

BGDrew
07-23-2019, 01:04 PM
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joe bertagna as interim commissioner for the newnewWCHA/newCCHA/____ to the get the magnificent seven going like he did for HEA?

he said he is stepping down... not retiring.

hell, maybe they hire him as a consultant for a year or two. seems to be a well liked and respected person...

GO TECH GOLD!

Hard pass. They need someone proactive who is in the geographic area. Heís neither of those things.

DrunkTrainPolka
07-23-2019, 01:07 PM
Hard pass. They need someone proactive who is in the geographic area. He’s neither of those things.

well... he probably can't name all the great lakes...

i have no idea on him being pro-active or not. again, seems to be well liked and respected.

Ralph Baer
07-23-2019, 01:29 PM
well... he probably can't name all the great lakes...


I thought Harvard grads were supposed to be smart. :D

tape
07-23-2019, 05:27 PM
i have no idea on him being pro-active or not.

He might have been proactive 20 years ago, but I certainly wouldn't use that adjective to describe him now.

He's also very much a New England/northeast guy.

aparch
07-23-2019, 06:12 PM
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he said he is stepping down... not retiring.

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Bertagna will remain the Executive Director of the American Hockey Coaches Association, a position he has held since 1991, when the AHCA was first created. Bertagna recently agreed to an extension to serve that role through the 2022-23 season.

ticapnews
07-24-2019, 09:14 AM
He's also very much a New England/northeast guy.

And Indiana.

purpleinnebraska
07-24-2019, 12:40 PM
And Indiana.

OK, that was funny.

aparch
07-26-2019, 10:13 PM
I've got it! NGSC! Not a Good Samaritan Conference.

GFM
I demand royalties...

<img width=400 src=https://imgur.com/x2Rn0le.jpg>

<img width=400 src=https://imgur.com/RKLVRur.jpg>

ExileOnDaytonStreet
07-27-2019, 01:59 AM
Idea for students at schools hosting NGSC (yeah, letís roll with it) teams in non-con games this year:

ďLetís Go Seawolves/Nanooks/ChargersĒ chants.

DrunkTrainPolka
07-29-2019, 01:07 PM
in regard to the possible formation of a newnewWCHA;

could RIT be considered as an eight member joining the magnificent seven?

RIT is much closer to BGSU then UAH. and its about the same for BSU (the furthest team from UAH) to travel to either.

and that way too AHA also goes to an even number of 10 members - or maybe RIT and UAH just trade places.

RIT's coach is a BGSU alum...

and conceivably, as far as names go, you have all member schools in states that have a shore on one (or two or three or four) of the great lakes;

GLHA - Great Lakes Hockey Association

GO TECH GOLD!

Bill
07-29-2019, 01:29 PM
in regard to the possible formation of a newnewWCHA;

could RIT be considered as an eight member joining the magnificent seven?

RIT is much closer to BGSU then UAH. and its about the same for BSU (the furthest team from UAH) to travel to either.

and that way too AHA also goes to an even number of 10 members - or maybe RIT and UAH just trade places.

RIT's coach is a BGSU alum...

and conceivably, as far as names go, you have all member schools in states that have a shore on one (or two or three or four) of the great lakes;

GLHA - Great Lakes Hockey Association

GO TECH GOLD!

RIT would still be a very long trip for most of the teams in the newWCHA, especially those furthest west. Why not just make UAH the 8th team?

DrunkTrainPolka
07-29-2019, 01:46 PM
RIT would still be a very long trip for most of the teams in the newWCHA, especially those furthest west. Why not just make UAH the 8th team?

because UAH is further then RIT for five of the magnificent seven...

only BSU and MNSU would have to travel more; BSU 14 miles further and MNSU 86 miles further (if talking best bus-route miles)

not to mention having the option of much, much better flights in buffalo, rochester, and syracuse.