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Demons Abyss / Re: The time has come
« Last post by lake county fan on July 11, 2019, 03:33:49 PM »
I will really miss BDN can’t see joining the OB thanks for your efforts to keep it going
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Demons Abyss / Re: The time has come
« Last post by BrianC on July 11, 2019, 02:55:48 PM »
Seconded. Thanks.
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Demons Abyss / Re: The time has come
« Last post by hbomb on July 11, 2019, 01:26:07 PM »
Sad to see it go and hats off to you for running this thing.  It was a lot of fun. 
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Demons Abyss / The time has come
« Last post by VUWildcat2103 on July 10, 2019, 07:57:32 PM »
After 15 years of some version of Blue Demons Nation, it will be coming to a close shortly.

It was a pretty crappy run during those 15 years.

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The Pit / Re: President Trump
« Last post by DPU70 on June 21, 2019, 07:50:28 PM »
is this referring to me?  If so, the cloud would have moved.

I'd position it over NJ to permanently rain.
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The Pit / Re: President Trump
« Last post by VUWildcat2103 on May 17, 2019, 11:59:46 AM »
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The Pit / Re: President Trump
« Last post by DPU70 on May 17, 2019, 11:31:03 AM »
 Obama F'd up the entire Medical industry.  I often wondered why some people in Fascist Germany and Communist Russia flourished, while most remained at a manageably low level.

I now understand how. Obama's net worth rose 700% while he was in office.  And, the owners/investors in medical, pharmacy, health care industries have seen similar increases.  All while the average worker barely maintained their existence.  It's the Socialist way.  The average Democrat Senator saw their net worth raise $6 million in the first term in office.

I have a married into niece, who comes from an immigrant, Russian family.  Old Grandpa paid $10,000 per person to let his family leave Russia.  Well over $300,000.  Where did he get that kind of money in Communism?  He was into the Black Market in Russia.  Sold knock off clothes, manufactured in China to Russian stores.  Ever see the Red Swoosh on sneakers?
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Demons Abyss / Re: Simple Question - March 14 Edition
« Last post by VUWildcat2103 on March 24, 2019, 03:01:49 PM »
If only other teams have not been doing as good if not better in recruiting over the past few years. The idea that one good class is going to cause DePaul to leap frog programs with more seasoned talent that was similar ranked as it relates to recruiting.
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Demons Abyss / Re: Simple Question - March 14 Edition
« Last post by kman999 on March 24, 2019, 09:13:51 AM »
I have a tough time reconciling the results of this poll with the results of “will next year’s team be better?”

If the majority of people think a freshmen-laden team will be better next year, curious as to why a large majority wants DL gone.  Presumably, then, DL would continue to improve this freshmen corps over their time at DePaul. 

If people think next years young team will improve on what most consider a small improvement this year, I would have thought more people would be open to keeping DL around. 

What I suspect is the case is that people WANT to believe freshmen can improve the team, but I personally have a tough time thinking we are going to hit .500 again next year.
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Demons Abyss / Re: Reflection on the 2018-19 season
« Last post by Big Kid on March 20, 2019, 06:48:59 AM »
The only reason I said small success was we FINALLY saw some development of players. The only ones I’m talking about are Reed and Butz. Reed utilized his skill set very well  in his coming out year and Butz made strides this past year that we didn’t see his first year. Otherwise stagnation or regression for the others. Max had a real nice stretch towards the end of the season and a few other very good games (UIC comes to mind) which makes up around 40% of the schedule and then he had the other 60% where he was meh or borderline awful. Throw Cain in there as well to a lesser extreme. Given condition of Big a East and OOC schedule, year could have been and should’ve been better considering the emergence of 2 younger guys and the “experience” of the rest of the core.
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