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Discussion in 'Swamp Gas' started by UFLAW81, Oct 21, 2013.
I see a lot of posters who call themselves Sunshine pumpers, but I have no idea who she is.
Don't quit your day job, Law.
That is a Lillian's two a-m er.
it's day and night.
night and day.
Here are at least 2 examples.
Okay, how do I become a Sunshine pumper?
Around here its simple, 3 easy steps.
Step 1: Look at team realistically
Step 2: Analyze factors that could explain poor results
Step 3: Don't have kneejerk reaction asking for everyone to be fired
Thats it, you're a sunshine pumper!
What if you already know the factor causing poor results?
Sorry, but a sunshine pumper blindly ignores the truth.
One who fails to realize the reality of a situation, and instead continues to support/ballyhoo a person, program, etc.
The sunshine pumper sees that their team and coaches are playing hard equating to good, when in fact the players are not performing adequately and the coaches have failed to properly recruit/train/coach the team.
Like injuries and poor OL play? Thats our problem this year. If you ask all these negative people, the program is completely broken, fire Muschamp, Foleys resume is tarnished.. etc etc.
These same people were calling for coaches who lost to inferior opponent, lmfao.
The ladies in Jag's post #6 seem so eager to please. They seem so limber too. Great post. They can pump whatever they want.
They need to eat a sandwich ...
If those girls are named sunshine. I am sure there are alot of guys that would consider being sunshine pumpers even if they are not.
I think we are well beyond sunshine or troll. The program is in danger after being trusted to an inexperienced assistant. Scary stuff.
Noise is loud in the system. Muschamp was a bad hire.
How the heck do you ignore a poster?:sick:
Sunshine was a character (call girl) in Harlem Night.
Ive been called one, because I have the audacity to support our coach. Go figure.
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