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Mar 24, 2010
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It seems to me ALOT of people here believe they "know" a team or how an organization handles its business by meeting a few of the athletes, or hearing 2nd, 3rd or even 1209343 hand news of information that may or not be correct.
Do you really believe that if you meet a few athletes on a team, that makes them the nicest, or the worst? Or hear a rumor, good or bad, about a gym and take it as gospel?
 
I don't think it does. I've seen fights on here where someone said Craptastic allstars were so nice to their team but someone else said they were talking junk about a team on the floor and they fought over who was right and if they were nice or not. I don't think one experience or a couple at that should define a gym, especially if it's a bad experience.
 
I don't think it does. I've seen fights on here where someone said Craptastic allstars were so nice to their team but someone else said they were talking junk about a team on the floor and they fought over who was right and if they were nice or not. I don't think one experience or a couple at that should define a gym, especially if it's a bad experience.

Hey now! Don't be talking about Craptastic! Suzie and her parents are gonna be pretty torqued!
 
Crazy aside, I concur. One good person at a lousy program doesn't mean the program is full of good people on the whole, and meeting someone (or two!) who is rude/mean doesn't make a program full of devils incarnate. Sometimes that person is just having a good/bad day, and they're normally wonderful/witchy. Do you ever really know? People are capable of extraordinary things, even if you think you know them well..
 
It seems to me ALOT of people here believe they "know" a team or how an organization handles its business by meeting a few of the athletes, or hearing 2nd, 3rd or even 1209343 hand news of information that may or not be correct.
Do you really believe that if you meet a few athletes on a team, that makes them the nicest, or the worst? Or hear a rumor, good or bad, about a gym and take it as gospel?

I thought this when I was reading through the CEA and Cheer Athletics threads. When someone is asking @BlueCat or @Ceacoach a question it doesn't mean every fan that THINKS they know the answer needs to also answer the question. Sometimes been just need to take a step back and just keep their lips zipped shut (
and really throw away the key).
 
and there are always people that are great and nice and horrible and crappy. And on the other side, there are always going to be the people (and this has happened to me MANY times) that will do something that you absolutely can't stand, that someone else will admire them for. So you can be like omg i can't stand them and someone else goes are you kidding, i envy them for that. so it's all opinion based and you gotta just decide for yourself.
 
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