Thread: News Article: Partying prompted parting?
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07-25-2011, 12:33 PM
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Originally Posted by Beef Invictus View Post
The problems or divisions may well have been CAUSED by the Dry Island thingy. If you're a boss and you instantly want to cause a rift with some of your employees then some kind of moral, 1920's era prohibition program for the work place is a fantastic way way to instantly accomplish it. The same holds true for a coach of any athletic team.

If Lavi wanted to cut back partying there were better ways to do it, instead of a program that instantly cuts the room into two groups. "No drinking at all" is an extreme position, and was guaranteed to result in people being unhappy.

Someone mentioned a pact that Rangers players had years ago. That's a better way to do it. Restrict it to two drinks...people who don't want to drink at all won't. Players who want to drink can do so, and can police each other...as well as be policed by the guys who aren't drinking. Everyone is happier, because people aren't being told they absolutely can't do something.
This is why I asked a previous poster when all this partying hoopla really started up, if dry island has been in place since approximately December of 2009. Too lazy to research.

Flyers management are curmudgeons. Haha.

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