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02-05-2013, 08:57 AM
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People are still driving the ad hominem about Dave Stubbs being a homer, but that's not a valid point in this discussion. Stubbs took an argument based on hearsay and countered it with information (PK was hanging out with people before the game and after the game, contrary to the argument that nobody likes him), and said it was irresponsible to spread hearsay without backing it up. Is that incorrect? Stubbs even readily concedes the position that some may not or don't like PK and that's normal in an ego-driven business with millions of dollars at stake.

Stock responded with insults and held strong to not supporting his own tenuous position. Why?

"Where there's smoke there's fire" is a cliche that has been wrong many a time. Have we learned anything from THE DARKEST DAY IN HABS HISTORY?

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