Lockout Discussion Thread 3.0
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12-03-2012, 02:53 AM
Join Date: Oct 2006
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But they aren't taking a financial risk year in and year out once they reached the NHL.
The life/choice''risk'' they make growing up hoping to find success in their career path is no different than anybody else's.
You took a risk going to school and pursuing studies in whatever field was of interest to you. You invested your time, and money for attending, books, essentials such as paper and pens, and eventually laptops. All this without any guarantee of success.
Sometimes, people even struggle to find success despite graduating due to saturated fields.
I look at those decisions as life choices, not risks, and it's not because you have to pay to attend school and for the material/equipment that it falls into a financial risk category (or any risk at all
you may not know or dont want to, but those kids who became (or tried at least) had to do both, play hockey and go to school.
ad buying a NHL team is a life choice too (really, that's what your pro owner arguments are, life choice ?? lol).
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