Thursday, July 20, 2006

Fairy Tale Fever Strikes!!

I didn't know when I wrote it; how my Fairy Tale below would go over. Not much commentary from my 16 readers (and thanks for visiting 3 times a day by the way); but then the UAA Fan Blog's bestest friend in the WCHA let me know she'd also responded to the Western College Hockey Blog entry which is called "All Things Colorado College" on which I'd commented.

There's some fairly direct commentary (in other words I didn't hold back much) to the article regarding the Walsky situation. Apparently, WCH wanted an additional viewpoint so he (I assume emailed) the Double-A Zone Blog (an official NCAA Blog) who added his views advocating for the rights of student/athletes. WCH then posted this entry proclaiming his righteousness.
Vindication, Baby
The NCAA's official blog, The Double A Zone, picked up on the story about Eric Walsky's transfer. Josh Centor, the writer for the blog, agreed with me that it was wrong for Steve Cobb to deny Walsky's transfer to Minnesota.
Whats with the fairy tale title? Running With the Dogs proffered this lovely Fairy Tale homage. And WCH's interpretations of Steve Cobb's state of mind and his version of the church-lady dance based on Double-A Zone's entry are clearly the stuff of Fairy Tales.


Anonymous said...

Dumbest fairytale ever.

(btw, true bloggers dont delete negative comments. only sissy boys do that):)

Donald said...

All Your Base Are Belong To Us.

Runninwiththedogs said...

LOL that's the second All Your Base reference I've seen this week. The other was baseball-related.

You are so kind to me. It's so out of character for you, though, it's kind of weird. I don't mind. :^D

Donald said...

Kind? The "Angriest Man in Alaska"?

Methinks it isn't so.

Baseball sucks.

Runninwiththedogs said...

? I like baseball. It starts as college hockey ends, and ends essentially when college hockey starts. Perfect.

I thought the Angriest Man in Alaska was a great nickname for you. Unless there's someone who lives in a hut in the bush who yells gibberish at passing bugs that might be more angry than you.

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