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When I was 22, I laughed at anybody that was thinking about teaching as a career

When I was 32 I was making twice as much money as a teacher and laughing at them

When I was 42 I was making 4 times what a teacher was making but working 80 hours a week and missing my kids growing up

When I was 52 I was making about the same as teacher half my age, but I was still working twice as hard

I am 62 and wish I had gone into teaching, I am making less money than when I was 32, I am no where near retiring and i will probably die at my desk.

nice pay, nice benefits, holidays, vacations and summers off with your kids - congrats on a good career choice.



Duh - the 180 "contact days" ARE AFTER school vacations vacations and holidays - they actually have to work those 180 contract days! Again, you're not too bright!


Finally- you got it...180 days of work for full years pay. Avg amount of work days/month (10 month school year)-18. And since you probably a HS PE teacher 4 hours work/day. See ya. Have a great day teaching duck-duck-goose

You totally lost that argument dude






I’m home napping by 2:30. Will be out training with my kids by 5. Whose better than me?

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Great. Errr where is the lacrosse forum:/

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When I was 22, I laughed at anybody that was thinking about teaching as a career

When I was 32 I was making twice as much money as a teacher and laughing at them

When I was 42 I was making 4 times what a teacher was making but working 80 hours a week and missing my kids growing up

When I was 52 I was making about the same as teacher half my age, but I was still working twice as hard

I am 62 and wish I had gone into teaching, I am making less money than when I was 32, I am no where near retiring and i will probably die at my desk.

nice pay, nice benefits, holidays, vacations and summers off with your kids - congrats on a good career choice.



Duh - the 180 "contact days" ARE AFTER school vacations vacations and holidays - they actually have to work those 180 contract days! Again, you're not too bright!


Finally - you got it...180 days of work for full years pay. Avg amount of work days/month (10 month school year)-18. And since you probably a HS PE teacher 4 hours work/day. See ya. Have a great day teaching duck-duck-goose






Since this all went way over your head, let me spell this out for you: No one ever inferred that teachers didn't work less days per year. And no one inferred that one could NOT make a good argument that for having worked less, that, furthered, teachers are paid (too) highly for less work (A point I actually agree with, because, as stated prior, I am NOT a TEACHER! I think all teachers and/or municipal jobs should either have lower wages AND great benefits/pensions, or vice versa, but NOT both - that was the way it used to be!). What you have entirely missed in this exchange is that the initial comment inferred that non teachers worked a lot more of the year than teachers than the ACTUAL difference bears out - that on an "apples to apples" basis, it's only a difference of ~50% vs ~65%. IE, that you had zero clue that the average non-teacher worker works only ~65% of the days of a year.

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When I was 22, I laughed at anybody that was thinking about teaching as a career

When I was 32 I was making twice as much money as a teacher and laughing at them

When I was 42 I was making 4 times what a teacher was making but working 80 hours a week and missing my kids growing up

When I was 52 I was making about the same as teacher half my age, but I was still working twice as hard

I am 62 and wish I had gone into teaching, I am making less money than when I was 32, I am no where near retiring and i will probably die at my desk.

nice pay, nice benefits, holidays, vacations and summers off with your kids - congrats on a good career choice.



Duh - the 180 "contact days" ARE AFTER school vacations vacations and holidays - they actually have to work those 180 contract days! Again, you're not too bright!


Finally - you got it...180 days of work for full years pay. Avg amount of work days/month (10 month school year)-18. And since you probably a HS PE teacher 4 hours work/day. See ya. Have a great day teaching duck-duck-goose






Since this all went way over your head, let me spell this out for you: No one ever inferred that teachers didn't work less days per year. And no one inferred that one could NOT make a good argument that for having worked less, that, furthered, teachers are paid (too) highly for less work (A point I actually agree with, because, as stated prior, I am NOT a TEACHER! I think all teachers and/or municipal jobs should either have lower wages AND great benefits/pensions, or vice versa, but NOT both - that was the way it used to be!). What you have entirely missed in this exchange is that the initial comment inferred that non teachers worked a lot more of the year than teachers than the ACTUAL difference bears out - that on an "apples to apples" basis, it's only a difference of ~50% vs ~65%. IE, that you had zero clue that the average non-teacher worker works only ~65% of the days of a year.


You can think whatever you want, nobody cares! and teachers salaries are only going up. Now back to your desk.

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When I was 22, I laughed at anybody that was thinking about teaching as a career

When I was 32 I was making twice as much money as a teacher and laughing at them

When I was 42 I was making 4 times what a teacher was making but working 80 hours a week and missing my kids growing up

When I was 52 I was making about the same as teacher half my age, but I was still working twice as hard

I am 62 and wish I had gone into teaching, I am making less money than when I was 32, I am no where near retiring and i will probably die at my desk.

nice pay, nice benefits, holidays, vacations and summers off with your kids - congrats on a good career choice.



Duh - the 180 "contact days" ARE AFTER school vacations vacations and holidays - they actually have to work those 180 contract days! Again, you're not too bright!


Finally - you got it...180 days of work for full years pay. Avg amount of work days/month (10 month school year)-18. And since you probably a HS PE teacher 4 hours work/day. See ya. Have a great day teaching duck-duck-goose






Since this all went way over your head, let me spell this out for you: No one ever inferred that teachers didn't work less days per year. And no one inferred that one could NOT make a good argument that for having worked less, that, furthered, teachers are paid (too) highly for less work (A point I actually agree with, because, as stated prior, I am NOT a TEACHER! I think all teachers and/or municipal jobs should either have lower wages AND great benefits/pensions, or vice versa, but NOT both - that was the way it used to be!). What you have entirely missed in this exchange is that the initial comment inferred that non teachers worked a lot more of the year than teachers than the ACTUAL difference bears out - that on an "apples to apples" basis, it's only a difference of ~50% vs ~65%. IE, that you had zero clue that the average non-teacher worker works only ~65% of the days of a year.


What do you do? Love to hear about your super tough day.

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When I was 22, I laughed at anybody that was thinking about teaching as a career

When I was 32 I was making twice as much money as a teacher and laughing at them

When I was 42 I was making 4 times what a teacher was making but working 80 hours a week and missing my kids growing up

When I was 52 I was making about the same as teacher half my age, but I was still working twice as hard

I am 62 and wish I had gone into teaching, I am making less money than when I was 32, I am no where near retiring and i will probably die at my desk.

nice pay, nice benefits, holidays, vacations and summers off with your kids - congrats on a good career choice.



Duh - the 180 "contact days" ARE AFTER school vacations vacations and holidays - they actually have to work those 180 contract days! Again, you're not too bright!


Finally donkey$$- you got it...180 days of work for full years pay. Avg amount of work days/month (10 month school year)-18. And since you probably a HS PE teacher 4 hours work/day. See ya. Have a great day teaching duck-duck-goose






Since this all went way over your head, let me spell this out for you: No one ever inferred that teachers didn't work less days per year. And no one inferred that one could NOT make a good argument that for having worked less, that, furthered, teachers are paid (too) highly for less work (A point I actually agree with, because, as stated prior, I am NOT a TEACHER! I think all teachers and/or municipal jobs should either have lower wages AND great benefits/pensions, or vice versa, but NOT both - that was the way it used to be!). What you have entirely missed in this exchange is that the initial comment inferred that non teachers worked a lot more of the year than teachers than the ACTUAL difference bears out - that on an "apples to apples" basis, it's only a difference of ~50% vs ~65%. IE, that you had zero clue that the average non-teacher worker works only ~65% of the days of a year.


What do you do? Love to hear about your super tough day.

Topic is so BORING

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Thank goodness the old owner Larry is gone. So abrasive, pompous and didn't care about lax one bit

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When I was 22, I laughed at anybody that was thinking about teaching as a career

When I was 32 I was making twice as much money as a teacher and laughing at them

When I was 42 I was making 4 times what a teacher was making but working 80 hours a week and missing my kids growing up

When I was 52 I was making about the same as teacher half my age, but I was still working twice as hard

I am 62 and wish I had gone into teaching, I am making less money than when I was 32, I am no where near retiring and i will probably die at my desk.

nice pay, nice benefits, holidays, vacations and summers off with your kids - congrats on a good career choice.



Duh - the 180 "contact days" ARE AFTER school vacations vacations and holidays - they actually have to work those 180 contract days! Again, you're not too bright!


Finally - you got it...180 days of work for full years pay. Avg amount of work days/month (10 month school year)-18. And since you probably a HS PE teacher 4 hours work/day. See ya. Have a great day teaching duck-duck-goose






Since this all went way over your head, let me spell this out for you: No one ever inferred that teachers didn't work less days per year. And no one inferred that one could NOT make a good argument that for having worked less, that, furthered, teachers are paid (too) highly for less work (A point I actually agree with, because, as stated prior, I am NOT a TEACHER! I think all teachers and/or municipal jobs should either have lower wages AND great benefits/pensions, or vice versa, but NOT both - that was the way it used to be!). What you have entirely missed in this exchange is that the initial comment inferred that non teachers worked a lot more of the year than teachers than the ACTUAL difference bears out - that on an "apples to apples" basis, it's only a difference of ~50% vs ~65%. IE, that you had zero clue that the average non-teacher worker works only ~65% of the days of a year.


What do you do? Love to hear about your super tough day.


If you must know, I work in the financial industry, which means working way over the average in terms of time and effort, but at least the comp is commensurate with effort and results! So, yes, it is a super tough day, pretty much every day I am in the office not to mention the countless nights and weekends that go along with it. And I have zero regrets in the career of my choosing, nor does my feelings about municipal comp have anything to do with jealousy - rather, that sentiment comes in being a taxpayer that funds those jobs, and, as such, it is all of our right to question how the government spends its money relative to value derived as well as the sustainability of such spending. As pointed out earlier, higher than average salaries AND great benefits packages were never the norm for such jobs, and at about the same time they did became the norm, many municipalities started to go into the red and are now caught up in a ever growing mountain of debt that they can never recover from - that's the definition of unsustainable! So, even if you believe teachers comp and benefits are appropriate, that car is careening off into the ditch, and the end ain't gonna be pretty for anyone on either side of the equation!

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When I was 22, I laughed at anybody that was thinking about teaching as a career

When I was 32 I was making twice as much money as a teacher and laughing at them

When I was 42 I was making 4 times what a teacher was making but working 80 hours a week and missing my kids growing up

When I was 52 I was making about the same as teacher half my age, but I was still working twice as hard

I am 62 and wish I had gone into teaching, I am making less money than when I was 32, I am no where near retiring and i will probably die at my desk.

nice pay, nice benefits, holidays, vacations and summers off with your kids - congrats on a good career choice.



Duh - the 180 "contact days" ARE AFTER school vacations vacations and holidays - they actually have to work those 180 contract days! Again, you're not too bright!


Finally jacka$$- you got it...180 days of work for full years pay. Avg amount of work days/month (10 month school year)-18. And since you probably a HS PE teacher 4 hours work/day. See ya. Have a great day teaching duck-duck-goose






Since this all went way over your head, let me spell this out for you: No one ever inferred that teachers didn't work less days per year. And no one inferred that one could NOT make a good argument that for having worked less, that, furthered, teachers are paid (too) highly for less work (A point I actually agree with, because, as stated prior, I am NOT a TEACHER! I think all teachers and/or municipal jobs should either have lower wages AND great benefits/pensions, or vice versa, but NOT both - that was the way it used to be!). What you have entirely missed in this exchange is that the initial comment inferred that non teachers worked a lot more of the year than teachers than the ACTUAL difference bears out - that on an "apples to apples" basis, it's only a difference of ~50% vs ~65%. IE, that you had zero clue that the average non-teacher worker works only ~65% of the days of a year.


What do you do? Love to hear about your super tough day.


If you must know, I work in the financial industry, which means working way over the average in terms of time and effort, but at least the comp is commensurate with effort and results! So, yes, it is a super tough day, pretty much every day I am in the office not to mention the countless nights and weekends that go along with it. And I have zero regrets in the career of my choosing, nor does my feelings about municipal comp have anything to do with jealousy - rather, that sentiment comes in being a taxpayer that funds those jobs, and, as such, it is all of our right to question how the government spends its money relative to value derived as well as the sustainability of such spending. As pointed out earlier, higher than average salaries AND great benefits packages were never the norm for such jobs, and at about the same time they did became the norm, many municipalities started to go into the red and are now caught up in a ever growing mountain of debt that they can never recover from - that's the definition of unsustainable! So, even if you believe teachers comp and benefits are appropriate, that car is careening off into the ditch, and the end ain't gonna be pretty for anyone on either side of the equation!



I'll take my 150,000 7:30-2:30 local job with summers off any day of the week. Spending time with the family=priceless!

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Honestly, teachers don't make much

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You work in the financial industry! So you have contributed exactly ZERO to society, wherein that lowly PE teacher that you so easily dismiss has probably had a positive impact on at least one life a day. Good job dude, you just made yourself look like a complete fool. let's see, afternoon martini fed lunches, golf outings once or twice a week, coke fueled stripper dinners with clients and on and on and on.

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Hey, who let Bernie Sanders on here???

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Nah, just love the "finance guy" pissing and moaning about the salaries of teachers and b*tching about what they do when he's busy tossing singles up on a stage by noon every day, and getting re fueled doing lines off his desk.

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Dude, update your DVD collection at home..."Wall Street" came out about 25 years ago. Days of blow and funny money at strip clubs ended a long time ago.

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When I was 22, I laughed at anybody that was thinking about teaching as a career

When I was 32 I was making twice as much money as a teacher and laughing at them

When I was 42 I was making 4 times what a teacher was making but working 80 hours a week and missing my kids growing up

When I was 52 I was making about the same as teacher half my age, but I was still working twice as hard

I am 62 and wish I had gone into teaching, I am making less money than when I was 32, I am no where near retiring and i will probably die at my desk.

nice pay, nice benefits, holidays, vacations and summers off with your kids - congrats on a good career choice.



Duh - the 180 "contact days" ARE AFTER school vacations vacations and holidays - they actually have to work those 180 contract days! Again, you're not too bright!


Finally - you got it...180 days of work for full years pay. Avg amount of work days/month (10 month school year)-18. And since you probably a HS PE teacher 4 hours work/day. See ya. Have a great day teaching duck-duck-goose






Since this all went way over your head, let me spell this out for you: No one ever inferred that teachers didn't work less days per year. And no one inferred that one could NOT make a good argument that for having worked less, that, furthered, teachers are paid (too) highly for less work (A point I actually agree with, because, as stated prior, I am NOT a TEACHER! I think all teachers and/or municipal jobs should either have lower wages AND great benefits/pensions, or vice versa, but NOT both - that was the way it used to be!). What you have entirely missed in this exchange is that the initial comment inferred that non teachers worked a lot more of the year than teachers than the ACTUAL difference bears out - that on an "apples to apples" basis, it's only a difference of ~50% vs ~65%. IE, that you had zero clue that the average non-teacher worker works only ~65% of the days of a year.


What do you do? Love to hear about your super tough day.


If you must know, I work in the financial industry, which means working way over the average in terms of time and effort, but at least the comp is commensurate with effort and results! So, yes, it is a super tough day, pretty much every day I am in the office not to mention the countless nights and weekends that go along with it. And I have zero regrets in the career of my choosing, nor does my feelings about municipal comp have anything to do with jealousy - rather, that sentiment comes in being a taxpayer that funds those jobs, and, as such, it is all of our right to question how the government spends its money relative to value derived as well as the sustainability of such spending. As pointed out earlier, higher than average salaries AND great benefits packages were never the norm for such jobs, and at about the same time they did became the norm, many municipalities started to go into the red and are now caught up in a ever growing mountain of debt that they can never recover from - that's the definition of unsustainable! So, even if you believe teachers comp and benefits are appropriate, that car is careening off into the ditch, and the end ain't gonna be pretty for anyone on either side of the equation!



Respectfully, your life sounds horrible

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Hey, who let Bernie Sanders on here???


Nah, just love the "finance guy" pissing and moaning about the salaries of teachers and b*tching about what they do when he's busy tossing singles up on a stage by noon every day, and getting re fueled doing lines off his desk.


You obviously have no idea what comprises the financial industry and who works there. That you just (stereotypically, no less) described a small fraction of specific workers (brokers/traders?) of just one part of the financial industry comes as no surprise - the 80s and 90s called and want you to stop disparaging a lifestyle not really seen since! Stop watching Wall Street and The Wolf of Wall Street, and thinking they are movies about contemporary times, because that seems to be your sole source of info! How about you list out the sectors/businesses that make up the financial industry to demonstrate you even know what it is - impress us with your knowledge. Either way, it either short circuits your myopic/ignorant comments above or will perpetuate your ignorance, but have at it.

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Nassau A - Syosset
Nassau B - Manhasset
Nassau C - CSH
Nassau D - Oyster Bay

Suffolk A - WM
Suffolk B - EI
Suffolk C - SWR
Suffolk D - Babylon

LIC A - WM
LIC B - Manhasset
LIC C - SWR
LIC D - Babylon

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Hey, who let Bernie Sanders on here???


Nah, just love the "finance guy" pissing and moaning about the salaries of teachers and b*tching about what they do when he's busy tossing singles up on a stage by noon every day, and getting re fueled doing lines off his desk.


You obviously have no idea what comprises the financial industry and who works there. That you just (stereotypically, no less) described a small fraction of specific workers (brokers/traders?) of just one part of the financial industry comes as no surprise - the 80s and 90s called and want you to stop disparaging a lifestyle not really seen since! Stop watching Wall Street and The Wolf of Wall Street, and thinking they are movies about contemporary times, because that seems to be your sole source of info! How about you list out the sectors/businesses that make up the financial industry to demonstrate you even know what it is - impress us with your knowledge. Either way, it either short circuits your myopic/ignorant comments above or will perpetuate your ignorance, but have at it.



Of course thats your rebuttal, Your a first year on a desk. You just finished reading Reminiscences of a Stock Operator and will be convinced everything in that book is gospel, then you will read Buffett The making of an American Capitalist, and that the ways and means of the Oracle of Omaha are the only way to trade.

LOL Can we please get back to lacrosse. For those of you who dont know above is my spin on a scene from Good Will Hunting. Lets talk lacrosse.

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Hey, who let Bernie Sanders on here???


Nah, just love the "finance guy" pissing and moaning about the salaries of teachers and b*tching about what they do when he's busy tossing singles up on a stage by noon every day, and getting re fueled doing lines off his desk.


You obviously have no idea what comprises the financial industry and who works there. That you just (stereotypically, no less) described a small fraction of specific workers (brokers/traders?) of just one part of the financial industry comes as no surprise - the 80s and 90s called and want you to stop disparaging a lifestyle not really seen since! Stop watching Wall Street and The Wolf of Wall Street, and thinking they are movies about contemporary times, because that seems to be your sole source of info! How about you list out the sectors/businesses that make up the financial industry to demonstrate you even know what it is - impress us with your knowledge. Either way, it either short circuits your myopic/ignorant comments above or will perpetuate your ignorance, but have at it.


Ahhhh, so says the hypocrite who stereotyped teachers! Thanks, but why don't you take a quick bump and get back to the strip club.

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Nassau A - Syosset
Nassau B - Manhasset
Nassau C - CSH
Nassau D - Oyster Bay

Suffolk A - WM
Suffolk B - EI
Suffolk C - SWR
Suffolk D - Babylon

LIC A - WM
LIC B - Manhasset
LIC C - SWR
LIC D - Babylon



Syosset??? Manhasset???? Try again

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Nassau A - Syosset
Nassau B - Manhasset
Nassau C - CSH
Nassau D - Oyster Bay

Suffolk A - WM
Suffolk B - EI
Suffolk C - SWR
Suffolk D - Babylon

LIC A - WM
LIC B - Manhasset
LIC C - SWR
LIC D - Babylon



Syosset??? Manhasset???? Try again

Pequa is looking good, the D is really good.

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Nassau A - Syosset
Nassau B - Manhasset
Nassau C - CSH
Nassau D - Oyster Bay

Suffolk A - WM
Suffolk B - EI
Suffolk C - SWR
Suffolk D - Babylon

LIC A - WM
LIC B - Manhasset
LIC C - SWR
LIC D - Babylon



Syosset??? Manhasset???? Try again

Pequa is looking good, the D is really good.


SW takes Suffolk A, Massapequa Nassau A, GC takes B, EI? No way, SWR yes. D yes, think Nassau will sweep LIC.

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Nassau A - Syosset
Nassau B - Manhasset
Nassau C - CSH
Nassau D - Oyster Bay

Suffolk A - WM
Suffolk B - EI
Suffolk C - SWR
Suffolk D - Babylon

LIC A - WM
LIC B - Manhasset
LIC C - SWR
LIC D - Babylon



Syosset??? Manhasset???? Try again

Pequa is looking good, the D is really good.


SW takes Suffolk A, Massapequa Nassau A, GC takes B, EI? No way, SWR yes. D yes, think Nassau will sweep LIC.


So, to be clear, you think OB beats Babylon in the LIC?

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Anyone else think it is way to early to be making predictions?



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Nassau A - Syosset
Nassau B - Manhasset
Nassau C - CSH
Nassau D - Oyster Bay

Suffolk A - WM



Suffolk B - EI
Suffolk C - SWR
Suffolk D - Babylon

LIC A - WM
LIC B - Manhasset
LIC C - SWR
LIC D - Babylon



Syosset??? Manhasset???? Try again


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Anyone else think it is way to early to be making predictions?



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Nassau A - Syosset
Nassau B - Manhasset
Nassau C - CSH
Nassau D - Oyster Bay

Suffolk A - WM



Suffolk B - EI
Suffolk C - SWR
Suffolk D - Babylon

LIC A - WM
LIC B - Manhasset
LIC C - SWR
LIC D - Babylon



Syosset??? Manhasset???? Try again



Yes, but this is why we have this forum.
Suffolk A - SW
Suffolk B - Comsewogue
Suffolk C - Islip
Suffolk D - Babylon (by default)
Nassau A- Pequa
Nassau B- GC
Nassau C -CSH
Nassau D - OB

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Hey, who let Bernie Sanders on here???


Nah, just love the "finance guy" pissing and moaning about the salaries of teachers and b*tching about what they do when he's busy tossing singles up on a stage by noon every day, and getting re fueled doing lines off his desk.


You obviously have no idea what comprises the financial industry and who works there. That you just (stereotypically, no less) described a small fraction of specific workers (brokers/traders?) of just one part of the financial industry comes as no surprise - the 80s and 90s called and want you to stop disparaging a lifestyle not really seen since! Stop watching Wall Street and The Wolf of Wall Street, and thinking they are movies about contemporary times, because that seems to be your sole source of info! How about you list out the sectors/businesses that make up the financial industry to demonstrate you even know what it is - impress us with your knowledge. Either way, it either short circuits your myopic/ignorant comments above or will perpetuate your ignorance, but have at it.



Of course thats your rebuttal, Your a first year on a desk. You just finished reading Reminiscences of a Stock Operator and will be convinced everything in that book is gospel, then you will read Buffett The making of an American Capitalist, and that the ways and means of the Oracle of Omaha are the only way to trade.

LOL Can we please get back to lacrosse. For those of you who dont know above is my spin on a scene from Good Will Hunting. Lets talk lacrosse.


"How bout them apples "

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Nassau A - Syosset
Nassau B - Manhasset
Nassau C - CSH
Nassau D - Oyster Bay

Suffolk A - WM
Suffolk B - EI
Suffolk C - SWR
Suffolk D - Babylon

LIC A - WM
LIC B - Manhasset
LIC C - SWR
LIC D - Babylon



Syosset??? Manhasset???? Try again

Pequa is looking good, the D is really good.


SW takes Suffolk A, Massapequa Nassau A, GC takes B, EI? No way, SWR yes. D yes, think Nassau will sweep LIC.


So, to be clear, you think OB beats Babylon in the LIC?



Syosset, lol. It's Massapequas all the way. Syosset is a shell of the team they used to be. Kind of like their football program.

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Does it really matter who wins? As long all the boys have fun!!!

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Does it really matter who wins? As long all the boys have fun!!!


Mom please stop it you are embarrassing me.

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Hey, who let Bernie Sanders on here???


Nah, just love the "finance guy" pissing and moaning about the salaries of teachers and b*tching about what they do when he's busy tossing singles up on a stage by noon every day, and getting re fueled doing lines off his desk.


You obviously have no idea what comprises the financial industry and who works there. That you just (stereotypically, no less) described a small fraction of specific workers (brokers/traders?) of just one part of the financial industry comes as no surprise - the 80s and 90s called and want you to stop disparaging a lifestyle not really seen since! Stop watching Wall Street and The Wolf of Wall Street, and thinking they are movies about contemporary times, because that seems to be your sole source of info! How about you list out the sectors/businesses that make up the financial industry to demonstrate you even know what it is - impress us with your knowledge. Either way, it either short circuits your myopic/ignorant comments above or will perpetuate your ignorance, but have at it.


Ahhhh, so says the hypocrite who stereotyped teachers! Thanks, but why don't you take a quick bump and get back to the strip club.


Stereotyped teachers where . . . ???! And I have never worked in investments, as a trader or a broker . . . try again!

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Anyone else think it is way to early to be making predictions?




LOL - Anything is better than another diatribe about the virtues of a career in education.



LIC A WM over Farmingdale
LIC B GC over RP
LIC C SWR over LV
LIC D Babylon over OB

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Nassau A - Syosset
Nassau B - Manhasset
Nassau C - CSH
Nassau D - Oyster Bay

Suffolk A - WM



Suffolk B - EI
Suffolk C - SWR
Suffolk D - Babylon

LIC A - WM
LIC B - Manhasset
LIC C - SWR
LIC D - Babylon



Syosset??? Manhasset???? Try again



Yes, but this is why we have this forum.
Suffolk A - SW
Suffolk B - Comsewogue
Suffolk C - Islip
Suffolk D - Babylon (by default)
Nassau A- Pequa
Nassau B- GC
Nassau C -CSH
Nassau D - OB


SW is strong but the smart money is betting on Ward Melville. The Pat's are athletic, talented and deep. They also return a ton of experience 6 or 7 of their players have played in the past two State Championship games. 10 starters/regulars are back from last years State Championship Team. They are deep acrosse the board, Four D1 FOGO's (Penn State, Syracuse, Michigan, Penn). Goalie is legit, D and LSM are excellent. Their midfielders are experienced and athletic (4 of the top 6 return.... 5 of the top 7). They have their top two scorers back on attack.
Two Sophs will most likely be impactful (Goalie & D/LSM). Factor in several Seniors and Juniors who could easily surprise and contribute . I would not bet against Ward Melville. As usual, their team D will be outstanding and we know what wins championships.
Good Luck to all!



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LIC A WM over Farmingdale
LIC B GC over RP
LIC C SWR over LV
LIC D Babylon over OB


Farmingdale does not have a goalie. Their senior tore his ACL playing football. Great kid, great goalie.

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Hey, who let Bernie Sanders on here???


Nah, just love the "finance guy" pissing and moaning about the salaries of teachers and b*tching about what they do when he's busy tossing singles up on a stage by noon every day, and getting re fueled doing lines off his desk.


You obviously have no idea what comprises the financial industry and who works there. That you just (stereotypically, no less) described a small fraction of specific workers (brokers/traders?) of just one part of the financial industry comes as no surprise - the 80s and 90s called and want you to stop disparaging a lifestyle not really seen since! Stop watching Wall Street and The Wolf of Wall Street, and thinking they are movies about contemporary times, because that seems to be your sole source of info! How about you list out the sectors/businesses that make up the financial industry to demonstrate you even know what it is - impress us with your knowledge. Either way, it either short circuits your myopic/ignorant comments above or will perpetuate your ignorance, but have at it.


Ahhhh, so says the hypocrite who stereotyped teachers! Thanks, but why don't you take a quick bump and get back to the strip club.


Stereotyped teachers where . . . ???! And I have never worked in investments, as a trader or a broker . . . try again!


Okay, I'll try again, you work in a shallow and self serving industry filled with drug abusers, misogynists and adulterers. How's that? Certainly factually correct. Hope that works better for you.

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Anyone else think it is way to early to be making predictions?




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LIC A WM over Farmingdale
LIC B GC over RP
LIC C SWR over LV
LIC D Babylon over OB


Farmingdale does not have a goalie. Their senior tore his ACL playing football. Great kid, great goalie.

Not enough offensive power on Farmingdale to beat Pequa.

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Anyone else think it is way to early to be making predictions?




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LIC A WM over Farmingdale
LIC B GC over RP
LIC C SWR over LV
LIC D Babylon over OB


Farmingdale does not have a goalie. Their senior tore his ACL playing football. Great kid, great goalie.

Not enough offensive power on Farmingdale to beat Pequa.


Concur on the Farmingdale goalie! Great goalie, great kid!

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Anyone else think it is way to early to be making predictions?




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LIC A WM over Farmingdale
LIC B GC over RP
LIC C SWR over LV
LIC D Babylon over OB


Farmingdale does not have a goalie. Their senior tore his ACL playing football. Great kid, great goalie.


If true, that is a shame, he was outstanding last year

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Hey, who let Bernie Sanders on here???


Nah, just love the "finance guy" pissing and moaning about the salaries of teachers and b*tching about what they do when he's busy tossing singles up on a stage by noon every day, and getting re fueled doing lines off his desk.


You obviously have no idea what comprises the financial industry and who works there. That you just (stereotypically, no less) described a small fraction of specific workers (brokers/traders?) of just one part of the financial industry comes as no surprise - the 80s and 90s called and want you to stop disparaging a lifestyle not really seen since! Stop watching Wall Street and The Wolf of Wall Street, and thinking they are movies about contemporary times, because that seems to be your sole source of info! How about you list out the sectors/businesses that make up the financial industry to demonstrate you even know what it is - impress us with your knowledge. Either way, it either short circuits your myopic/ignorant comments above or will perpetuate your ignorance, but have at it.


Ahhhh, so says the hypocrite who stereotyped teachers! Thanks, but why don't you take a quick bump and get back to the strip club.


Stereotyped teachers where . . . ???! And I have never worked in investments, as a trader or a broker . . . try again!


Okay, I'll try again, you work in a shallow and self serving industry filled with drug abusers, misogynists and adulterers. How's that? Certainly factually correct. Hope that works better for you.


Again, keep posting - better to keep quiet and have people think you're a fool than to open you mouth and remove all doubt!

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Anyone else think it is way to early to be making predictions?




LOL - Anything is better than another diatribe about the virtues of a career in education.



LIC A WM over Farmingdale
LIC B GC over RP
LIC C SWR over LV
LIC D Babylon over OB


Not sure about LV over CSH this year, but I would put them over CSH for the 2019 and 2020 seasons.

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Hey, who let Bernie Sanders on here???


Nah, just love the "finance guy" pissing and moaning about the salaries of teachers and b*tching about what they do when he's busy tossing singles up on a stage by noon every day, and getting re fueled doing lines off his desk.


You obviously have no idea what comprises the financial industry and who works there. That you just (stereotypically, no less) described a small fraction of specific workers (brokers/traders?) of just one part of the financial industry comes as no surprise - the 80s and 90s called and want you to stop disparaging a lifestyle not really seen since! Stop watching Wall Street and The Wolf of Wall Street, and thinking they are movies about contemporary times, because that seems to be your sole source of info! How about you list out the sectors/businesses that make up the financial industry to demonstrate you even know what it is - impress us with your knowledge. Either way, it either short circuits your myopic/ignorant comments above or will perpetuate your ignorance, but have at it.


Ahhhh, so says the hypocrite who stereotyped teachers! Thanks, but why don't you take a quick bump and get back to the strip club.


Stereotyped teachers where . . . ???! And I have never worked in investments, as a trader or a broker . . . try again!


Okay, I'll try again, you work in a shallow and self serving industry filled with drug abusers, misogynists and adulterers. How's that? Certainly factually correct. Hope that works better for you.



wow....gotta chime in on this. click on below links (and those are just a few)....sorry PE teacher, in a profession (teaching) that is inundated with criminals/predators who use the power/authority to prey on minors shouldn't be sniping at anyones chosen profession

http://abc11.com/tag/teacher-arrested/
http://www.foxnews.com/us/slideshow...-with-students.html#/slide/loryn-Barclay
http://newyork.cbslocal.com/2017/09/29/bay-shore-high-school-teachers-assistant-arrested/

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