I don't want to put into words what I think happened. It angers me to have to go that far! And I'm just disgusted that people, whether they be famous football coaches or freshman football players, even priests or day care workers, would get the notion in their heads that it would be fun, or funny, or okay, or satisfying or whatever, to do anything (within this topic) like that to a little kid, or a fellow team mate, or anybody. What is wrong with a person who would do that? How do you screen them out of the program or prevent them from getting in?
From there we worry about the victim. That's a whole 'nuther ball game. What do they get out of it? They could be scarred for life. Why did Billy Joe jump off the Tallahatchie bridge, anyway?
The bus rides are crazy, Buck. That's problem number one. There has to be some serious discipline, law and order on the bus. Good luck, huh. All I know is our high school swim team is not gonna like my bus policy this year. Gotta crack down. We had some trouble last year, not gonna go there this season. It's incredible how sneaky the kids are. You can't trust even the ones you just KNOW are such nice, honest kids.
It's good to have a serious discussion now and then. You people can do that, and put some level-headedness into such an issue. Thanks. On the other hand, where's Aaron? LOL
[This message has been edited by Jeff Denton (11/12/2011)]