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HuskerShark

Member Since 19 Sep 2011
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In Topic: Dolphin Cheerleaders . . .

15 April 2014 - 08:09 PM

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In Topic: Sporing News All-Time Top 10 Huskers

15 April 2014 - 08:03 PM

Going by shear athletic ability and on-field production, Lawrence Philips should be on the list.

In Topic: I need some help...

01 April 2014 - 09:46 AM

View PostLandlord of Memorial Stadium, on 01 April 2014 - 07:32 AM, said:

View PostHuskerShark, on 01 April 2014 - 06:47 AM, said:

I know you just like to disagree with me, but no, it's not bad advice. I made the mistake of staying with my last gf even when I knew it wasn't right. I kept thinking that things would get better, but truth be told, we just weren't meant to be.



And that was the right decision for you, I am genuinely sure.

I think it's bad advice because you are taking your personal solution for your specific relationship with it's own fine details and circumstances and context, and applying it as a blanket statement to all relationships, or at least to hskerfan4life's particular one. It's like if you personally were to get bit by a dog, that doesn't mean that every other person who encounters dogs should wear shin guards hahahaha it's 8:30am and that's a ridiculous example but I mean it's just like every other life situation. You don't insist that someone else has to get the same cancer therapy as you because it worked for you, you don't make someone else sell their car because you didn't like yours, etc. At least not with strangers.


I think this is a bad idea no matter who it comes from - nothing to do with you personally Shark. That's why I made the point I did - his relationship is unique to him and his girlfriend, and deserves it's own solution that might be the same or might be different than yours or mine or anyone else's, and that is really for him to figure out by himself.


The guy posted on here asking for advice. In my humble opinion, if you need to ask advice, it's probably time to part ways. Also, in his own words, ever since he got back together with his gf it hasn't been the same. I guess that's just my opinion, but that's kind of what he asked for.

In Topic: Armstrong Leading the QB Race

01 April 2014 - 09:43 AM

I really do like the swagger and confidence that Armstrong brings to the offense. Making the right reads and not turning the ball over can be coached much easier than athletic ability (which he has), arm strength (which he has), and natural leadership ability (which he has in abundance).

That's something that has seemed to be missing with our offensive unit the past couple years: UNITY. I'm really get the sense that this year, our offense will be a group of guys willing to put themselves on the line for the benefit of the team. Or at least I hope so. Too bad football season is still 4-5 months away...

In Topic: I need some help...

01 April 2014 - 06:47 AM

View PostLandlord of Memorial Stadium, on 31 March 2014 - 11:40 PM, said:

View PostHuskerShark, on 31 March 2014 - 10:09 PM, said:

If it's not right with the girl you're dating now (meaning if you're not 100% sure that she is the one you want to marry someday) then you owe it to her and yourself to let her go. That's not even taking into account the girl that you may have feelings for.


I think this is bad advice.

Because it's entirely possible that what is making it "not right" doesn't have anything to do with her, but has to do with him, and will exist in any future relationship with any supposed step-up that he might find.

Relationships are risky - if we knew what we wanted 100%, then there wouldn't be any risk involved, which essentially means there's no need to trust or put your well-being in anyone else's hands. If you're not 100% sure, instead of just "ah f#*k it i'm out", determine where that doubt and fear is coming from, and if it has anything to do with her at all or if it's just your own fear. You might owe it to her to let the relationship go - or you might owe it to her to start dealing with your own possible junk that is keeping you from progressing.


I know you just like to disagree with me, but no, it's not bad advice. I made the mistake of staying with my last gf even when I knew it wasn't right. I kept thinking that things would get better, but truth be told, we just weren't meant to be.

Trust me, if you don't wake up every morning genuinely thankful to God that this girl is yours, then there is probably someone out there who is better for you.