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Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: Anonymous] #159933
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Who knows, maybe you have openings at the auto parts store in Mastic Beach where you schlep boxes?...help some of those toolbags out?

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Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: Anonymous] #159934
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[quote=Anonymous]BECAUSE THEY WON'T LET YOU!!!!! Think about GC like Hogwarts - you have the Purebloods (born and raised in GC) now most of them are Slytherin but some are nice good people like Harry Potter so he ends up in Gryfindor (but the majority end up in Slytherin). If you are a Half Blood (maybe your spouse was born in GC) then you get invited some events but if it is your wife - you can't be a lax coach etc. your not allowed! Now once in a while, a Muggle comes along who turns out to be a great wizard like Hermoine. In this case maybe you're from Rockville Centre, Manhassat etc. you may have played college lacrosse, maybe even at a major DI program! In that case, you might be allowed to be an assistant coach but usually only in 2nd,3rd or 4th grade (or a girl's team) because the Pureblood(Slytherins) don't want any half-bloods or muggles messing with the way GC has been doing things since the glory days of Doc. Now if your son happens to be a superstar quidditch (or lacrosse) player he will play regardless for sure but, if he is on the cusp - Draco Malfoy gets the nod 9 times out of 10 and he is usually the one who ends up in the burning room (across from the AD)at the end the end of the story and his parents have to come and take him home...I hope this helps.[quote=Anonymous][quote=Anonymous]

Get off the pipe my friend...



He might be on the pipe but it is totally true! They went the usual route a sales and trading job on wall street that don't exist anymore. Their daddys got them jobs that their daddys got them. Now they are all unemployed and unemployable. They were all born on third base and now they're moving to Florida driving ice cream trucks.


Hilarious and totally true. I played lax against many of these GC toolbags in high school and later in college circa '86 through '91. A few had real athletic talent but most did not. Arrogant and entitled with their little GC Men's and Westhampton CC shirts. And yes, most got jobs on the Street because their daddy hooked them up. Now these clowns are ruining youth lax while looking for the next chapter in their "career". And by the Manhasset, you're in the same exact bucket. Interchangeable.


What you meant to say is that you lost to the GC toolbags in high school and in college and it still eats at you 30 years later. I guess counseling isn't working as well as you thought it would or maybe you need to up your meds. Move on and get your shinebox...

Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: Anonymous] #159939
04/15/16 11:22 AM
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Perfectly said, so true, jealous little men who are working their meaningless jobs FOR a former GC lax player

Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: Anonymous] #159940
04/15/16 11:24 AM
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You call a bunch of 18 year old's names? You want to talk about real men? You sir, are no man. You are a petty small person who needs to bash a bunch of kids for a mistake. Go away troll, get a life. Leave Garden City to Garden City. Where do you live? I dare anyone posting here to let us all know about your town. You won't because then all your little secrets will come out.

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How old are you? Manhasset JV player, riding the pine I suppose

Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: Anonymous] #159943
04/15/16 11:36 AM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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[quote=Anonymous]BECAUSE THEY WON'T LET YOU!!!!! Think about GC like Hogwarts - you have the Purebloods (born and raised in GC) now most of them are Slytherin but some are nice good people like Harry Potter so he ends up in Gryfindor (but the majority end up in Slytherin). If you are a Half Blood (maybe your spouse was born in GC) then you get invited some events but if it is your wife - you can't be a lax coach etc. your not allowed! Now once in a while, a Muggle comes along who turns out to be a great wizard like Hermoine. In this case maybe you're from Rockville Centre, Manhassat etc. you may have played college lacrosse, maybe even at a major DI program! In that case, you might be allowed to be an assistant coach but usually only in 2nd,3rd or 4th grade (or a girl's team) because the Pureblood(Slytherins) don't want any half-bloods or muggles messing with the way GC has been doing things since the glory days of Doc. Now if your son happens to be a superstar quidditch (or lacrosse) player he will play regardless for sure but, if he is on the cusp - Draco Malfoy gets the nod 9 times out of 10 and he is usually the one who ends up in the burning room (across from the AD)at the end the end of the story and his parents have to come and take him home...I hope this helps.[quote=Anonymous][quote=Anonymous]

Get off the pipe my friend...



He might be on the pipe but it is totally true! They went the usual route a sales and trading job on wall street that don't exist anymore. Their daddys got them jobs that their daddys got them. Now they are all unemployed and unemployable. They were all born on third base and now they're moving to Florida driving ice cream trucks.


Hilarious and totally true. I played lax against many of these GC toolbags in high school and later in college circa '86 through '91. A few had real athletic talent but most did not. Arrogant and entitled with their little GC Men's and Westhampton CC shirts. And yes, most got jobs on the Street because their daddy hooked them up. Now these clowns are ruining youth lax while looking for the next chapter in their "career". And by the Manhasset, you're in the same exact bucket. Interchangeable.


What you meant to say is that you lost to the GC toolbags in high school and in college and it still eats at you 30 years later. I guess counseling isn't working as well as you thought it would or maybe you need to up your meds. Move on and get your shinebox...


Yes, you got me. I'm gripped with jealousy and anger after all these years. Seems you have it all figured out GC daddy. My father was FDNY, grew up in Long Beach and yes, lost to GC in high school. Several times. Lost a few at the Naval Academy as well. It's all good. BTW, you can stop quoting Goodfellas now you phony tough guy.

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Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: Anonymous] #159948
04/15/16 11:58 AM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
You call a bunch of 18 year old's names? You want to talk about real men? You sir, are no man. You are a petty small person who needs to bash a bunch of kids for a mistake. Go away troll, get a life. Leave Garden City to Garden City. Where do you live? I dare anyone posting here to let us all know about your town. You won't because then all your little secrets will come out.


18 year old MEN by the way, stop pampering them...old enough to enlist in the Army and responsible for their futures. It's refreshing to see this happen every so often so other kids can view this cautionary tale. Glad it wasn't swept under the rug like so much else that happens in GC that the Real Estate brokers and Village Trustees don't want you to know.

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04/15/16 12:21 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous

Better yet, get your son committed as early as possible. Sit back and watch the show. Play, don't play, who cares. Keep your son's chops up by playing in summer. With the exception of a hand full of districts, HS ball is god awful. Total step down from summer ball, coaches, kids and parents that have no clue. Parents hoping and praying there kids get some kind of HS glory... on a 6-8 mid level HS team. Total waste of time. I think if someone could put together a spring alternative for the highly competitive player, you probably could put together a few really good teams on LI. make it an alternative to the HS season. Go and play private prep schools. Would be such a great alternative to this garbage. Most of kids would be commits, so playing time could be spread out. No issues, no pay to play BS, no politics, just competitive lacrosse for competitive players. Please spare the HS glory crap. Like I said, with the exception of a hand full of teams. I know there are some good programs, ours, and many, many other aren't one of them.


Holy Hit the nail on the head, Batman!!

Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: TommyM] #159955
04/15/16 12:32 PM
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I'm still not getting all this GC stuff, what's the big deal? The town is best known for Roosevelt Field mall and is a stones throw from troubled neighborhoods. All this AND postage stamp size lots. No thanks.

Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: TommyM] #159957
04/15/16 12:46 PM
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East Queens... sold to you...

Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: Anonymous] #159958
04/15/16 12:49 PM
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Yep, no place to keep your boat in the driveway or Z28 on blocks in front of house...hey, but at least you are near a Hooters, right?

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Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: Anonymous] #159960
04/15/16 12:52 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Perfectly said, so true, jealous little men who are working their meaningless jobs FOR a former GC lax player


You are so right...working as a greeter at Chili's has paid off so well for you, right? Still wear your West Islip lax jacket to work?

Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: Anonymous] #159962
04/15/16 01:01 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Better yet, get your son committed as early as possible. Sit back and watch the show. Play, don't play, who cares. Keep your son's chops up by playing in summer. With the exception of a hand full of districts, HS ball is god awful. Total step down from summer ball, coaches, kids and parents that have no clue. Parents hoping and praying there kids get some kind of HS glory... on a 6-8 mid level HS team. Total waste of time. I think if someone could put together a spring alternative for the highly competitive player, you probably could put together a few really good teams on LI. make it an alternative to the HS season. Go and play private prep schools. Would be such a great alternative to this garbage. Most of kids would be commits, so playing time could be spread out. No issues, no pay to play BS, no politics, just competitive lacrosse for competitive players. Please spare the HS glory crap. Like I said, with the exception of a hand full of teams. I know there are some good programs, ours, and many, many other aren't one of them.


Holy Hit the nail on the head, Batman!!


Yeah thats pretty on the mark. Waiting for all the FLIDS to chime in about lifelong memories, blah blah blah

Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: Anonymous] #159965
04/15/16 01:13 PM
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Again, I ask where do all of you live so we can discuss your town. As I predicted no one will own up. Cowards

Re: High School Lax Boys [Re: TommyM] #159973
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Locust Valley. Driveways in our town are way to long, costs a ton to plow and I can't smell my neighbors bbq. Stinks. Oh, and too close to the water sometimes the smell of salt is in the air and I hate to breathe that. Football great season, School district has improved dramatically and lax program is developing nicely. Any further questions, please refer to my personal assistant.

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Locust Valley. Driveways in our town are way to long, costs a ton to plow and I can't smell my neighbors bbq. Stinks. Oh, and too close to the water sometimes the smell of salt is in the air and I hate to breathe that. Football great season, School district has improved dramatically and lax program is developing nicely. Any further questions, please refer to my personal assistant.


You the pool boy?

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