oldfolks":x1fd08y3 said:Coach D, I hear what you are saying about people hiding behind a nickname or whatever. I also know that people get in trouble by putting their name and employer on an opinion page. When someone does this they are tying their employer to their opinion and if too many people call this employer or the employer disagrees, the employee can have problems. Just signing your name can get you in trouble. It has nothing to do with being brave or whatever word you want to use. When mi is applying for a job flipping burgers in a neighboring town, his rants may come back to haunt him.
oldfolks":34j6y9r3 said:Coach Davis
My post was really to you. Better be careful tying your employers name to your opinions. Say something that is embarrassing to them and guess what. You need to listen to what I just said. You are still a young man and you have many years of frustration ahead of you. Get in a disagreement with your employer and they will escort you out of the building. It is all a business.
When mi learns that other people have feelings, I will get off his case. He is the one disrespectful to other people. Just read his comments in this section.
In an interview with KCBD, Hopper said it was a family decision to relocate to the Hill Country because his wife was hired for a great job. No word about his next coaching gig just yet.Longhorn85":21rzhplw said:
Johnny South":1zcxthq5 said:It is hard to figure why most administrations and school boards are made up of "slow learners". It is so much easier to keep a good coach with a successful program than it is to go out and find another like him (or her).