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03-13-2011, 01:24 PM
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Originally Posted by Immanuel View Post
Doing things like that is entirely self-maximizing when you think about it with any sort of critical effort.

I don't like it when we extend favors to the ill or the needy though. I don't like that all-too-Christian attitude. Maybe sending Fisher out, we'll have players looking forward to a great hockey challenge rather than a bunch of softies trying to be "good guys". I hope Spezza did it because it was so ridiculously easy for him to sign something and not make a story out of it.
So, you would rather our pro athletes not care about the community they live in?
And you think that being a good person outside the rink is a bad thing?

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