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09-10-2004, 02:44 AM
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Originally Posted by hockeytown9321
Thanks for letting a simpleton like me understand.

So lets say everyone has the same size glass. One of your tream's best players is very thirsty, so he asks you for a drink. You have a faucet right next to you, but alas, your glass is full and you have promised the water in it to other players on your team first. Now your superstar has to go next door to Mr. I's house, who has plenty of room in his glass to give your player a drink.

your owner had a facuet with lots of water in it, and really wanted to give your player a drink, but couldn't. Would you be upset if this happened to your team?
That's exactly it though - it shouldn't matter how rich your owner is, or how rich your city is. None of that should matter. Look at Real Madrid in the soccer world. Imagine if the world's richest man owned an NHL team, and bought every all-star and put them on one team. Would you be upset if this happened to your league? One team dominating the other 29? Winning cup after cup for 10 straight years?

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