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  1. What a response!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You have made my day, thank you. I am still laughing!
  2. Go to the following site for more Jefferson County football information http://www.louisvillehsfootball.com/
  3. Oldbird, Why "might" supporting a 6 class system make me a hypocrite? Might is an awful vague term. As long as the U.S. Constitution is the law of the land, then you may have an opinion. In fact, I would go as far as saying that your opinion is encouraged in our democratic nation. This is a fact demonstrated by your 21,000 post on this web site. To continue the line of questioning, if I supported Prop 20 would I also be a hypocrite? Could I support Prop 20 while maintaining a non hypocritical stance?
  4. I am not sure on the nauseating part, since you asked. The enitre issue, which is being debated, is about people's "opinions" of equity. What is fair and equitable to you, may make others nauseated. Whether there are 3, 4, 6, or 8 classes, football will still be played on Fridays. Young men will still compete to be the best whether you, or anyone else for that matter, decide to increase classes or decrease classes. My State Championship ring will feel no less special as the class 6A champ or the class 1A champ, whether the private champ or public champ. One other question,
  5. The hypocracy of those in favor of multiple classes (and propl 20, but that is another issue) is nauseating. I don't understand this comment. Just because someone doesn't have the same opinion as you doesn't mean you should be nauseated. If you are, I hope you keep a strong anti-acid on hand.
  6. Nelson County 1996. Defeated Henderson County in the Regionals, Trinity in the Semi's and Paul Dunbar in the finals. The team was never ranked and was a huge underdog, according to the LIT ratings, in every game.
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