March Madness

Curtis, Michael curtismk at wfu.edu
Fri Mar 16 17:07:10 PDT 2012


On a side note UNC Asheville is a fine school.

Michael Curtis

On Fri, Mar 16, 2012 at 1:52 PM, Richard Dougherty <doughr at udallas.edu> wrote:
> Well, there was that question raised by Ralph Nader some years ago about the
> NBA refs giving a playoff game to the Lakers; he sent a letter to David
> Stern, but I don't know if anything came of it. (He was surely right, in my
> humble opinion.)
> Richard Dougherty
>
> On Fri, Mar 16, 2012 at 12:36 PM, Steven Jamar <stevenjamar at gmail.com>
> wrote:
>>
>> Surely there is a constitutional issue lurking to give us an excuse to
>> discuss the terrible refereeing in UNC Asheville (16) v. Syracuse (1) in the
>> second round.  :)
>>
>> Back to work. . .
>>
>> Steve
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>> “It’s not the note you play that’s the wrong note – it’s the note you play
>> afterwards that makes it right or wrong.”
>>
>>
>> Miles Davis
>>
>>
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