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Energetic, young coach looking for a job

PostPosted: Tue Apr 05, 2011 12:01 am
by footballcoach24
I am looking for any available football coaching position

Re: Energetic, young coach looking for a job

PostPosted: Tue Apr 05, 2011 7:24 am
by Dogface
Join the club.
It's a big one.
Do you really think a little chicken scratch
post like that will get you anywhere?

You need your secondary math and
science composite certification to be truly valuable.

Then bring it.

Re: Energetic, young coach looking for a job

PostPosted: Tue Apr 05, 2011 9:17 am
by EastTXNewbie
Is anyone else tired of Dogface? You are rude and have a negative comment about everything! See a Dr. get on some meds...enjoy life!

Re: Energetic, young coach looking for a job

PostPosted: Tue Apr 05, 2011 9:21 am
by Dogface
I believe quite a few slackers
are tired of me.

Re: Energetic, young coach looking for a job

PostPosted: Tue Apr 05, 2011 10:16 am
by crawford
Agree...let's ban this clown.

Re: Energetic, young coach looking for a job

PostPosted: Tue Apr 05, 2011 12:32 pm
by Dogface
Oh come on,
you guys are harsher than me! :shock:

I was merely pointing out to
footballcoach24
that any prospective administrator that sees
his simple post is not going to give it any thought.
Zero, zip, nada.
Rude would have been telling him
Pee-wee starts next fall. :twisted:

I like the witty banter among the 6man family!
There is a difference though;
You don't see any of the real old guys
calling anyone rude or wanting them banned.

I don't do anything in an always or everything
kind of fashion.
Who does?
When my wife gets real mad she says
"you always or you never..."
I just chalk that up to being female.
Are you a woman Newbie?
I suppose that could be considered rude too
by someone not secure in their manhood.
If you're secure then,
jus let dat go! :P
Plus, I need no meds to enjoy life.
Don't do drugs!
I have made vast quantities of positive and uplifting
statements.
Perhaps not to #24
so here goes.
Dear coach #24
Please be so kind as to include more pertinent information about yourself because we have absolutely no one else applying for the mere handful of quality and prime job openings this year and I bet you're a great guy.

See, that just doesn't sound right.
As an old energetic coach
looking for something closer to home,
and ironically enough,
currently working in E. TX as well,

I had it right the first time. :mrgreen:

Re: Energetic, young coach looking for a job

PostPosted: Tue Apr 05, 2011 9:11 pm
by WV Backer
Dogface,
You joined the board less than a year ago and you've posted 408 times? Seems to me, based on what I've read here and that inflated number of posts, that you run your mouth too much.

Re: Energetic, young coach looking for a job

PostPosted: Wed Apr 06, 2011 7:31 am
by Dogface
Hey, I like to talk.
You're crucifying me for that?
And how can I not respond to posts such as yours?
You've been here since 2003
and I'm not calling you a slacker, am I?
I thought a message board
was for leaving all sorts of messages.
I don't say anything I wouldn't tell
someone to their face.
Would you tell your talks-a-lot
Principal he runs his mouth?

We started out with a guy looking for work.
In my own wierd way I tried to
encourage him to step up his game next time.
As a coach that's what I do every day.
If I don't do it your way, so what?
We're supposed to be a 6man family!
Maybe I'm just that crazy uncle you can only stand to see at Thanksgiving? :lol:

Re: Energetic, young coach looking for a job

PostPosted: Fri Apr 08, 2011 3:30 pm
by Sissylue
I especially like the way Dogface managed to insult every woman on the board in his post without even trying.

Re: Energetic, young coach looking for a job

PostPosted: Fri Apr 08, 2011 3:31 pm
by Sissylue
Unless of course he only intended to insult his wife in which case I still reserve the right to be amused.

Re: Energetic, young coach looking for a job

PostPosted: Fri Apr 08, 2011 11:15 pm
by Dogface
Sis,
At first I was wondering
what the heck you meant?
What I meant was that anyone
who says you always or you never
should stop because it's an inaccurate statement.
I stopped using P.S.S.
when told it was incorrect and I didn't even cry.

And yes I have mostly heard it from my wife.
But, she's grown up enough to let it slide
when I tell her I'll let it slide when she said I always.

Man, you folks have really been showing
your sensitive side.
Can't wait till FB season starts again.