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RE: Realistic fall football timelines?
The only wisdom I can offer is some advice I got many years ago at the Paperback Grotto. It was on a sign by the door as you leave. The sign said, "Before you leave, wash your hands with strong lye soap. Scrub hard because no one wants to share your body fluids." I committed that to memory and have lived by that advice ever since.
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(04-17-2020 07:05 AM)Dog Fan Wrote:  The only wisdom I can offer is some advice I got many years ago at the Paperback Grotto. It was on a sign by the door as you leave. The sign said, "Before you leave, wash your hands with strong lye soap. Scrub hard because no one wants to share your body fluids." I committed that to memory and have lived by that advice ever since.

I've got to still laugh every time I read your Grotto posts.

I probably said it long ago, but my roommate in college worked the register. We would always kid him he had to clean up and he would get really defensive. We used to go in there after AMEX if he was working late and give him crap.

He's now a captain on CPD. What a stepping stone the Paperback Grotto was for him.03-lmfao
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Look at bright side, NIU can play all home games, attendance figures will allow for adequate social distancing in stands
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(04-11-2020 10:05 AM)MaddDawgz02 Wrote:  
(04-07-2020 04:01 PM)BleedsHuskieRed Wrote:  
(04-06-2020 03:58 PM)NIU1981 Wrote:  Without a vaccine it's hard to believe universities will allow students back on campus, and without that there won't be sports. So let's root hard for that vaccine. Good news: Covid-19 shares some characteristics with influenza and some things that originated in China recently, like SARS, so researchers are not starting from a dead stop. Bad news: No one knows how long it will take to find a vaccine. There still isn't one for AIDS 45+ years on.
This is exactly the right take. Life will not be "normal" until there is a vaccine or enough of us have been infected AND they can prove that infection equals immunity.

You would have to chain me down or kill me first before I'd take a vaccine for this thing. Somehow I dont trust Bill Gates enough for that

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(04-18-2020 02:42 PM)HUSKIEFOOTBALLFAN Wrote:  
(04-11-2020 10:05 AM)MaddDawgz02 Wrote:  
(04-07-2020 04:01 PM)BleedsHuskieRed Wrote:  
(04-06-2020 03:58 PM)NIU1981 Wrote:  Without a vaccine it's hard to believe universities will allow students back on campus, and without that there won't be sports. So let's root hard for that vaccine. Good news: Covid-19 shares some characteristics with influenza and some things that originated in China recently, like SARS, so researchers are not starting from a dead stop. Bad news: No one knows how long it will take to find a vaccine. There still isn't one for AIDS 45+ years on.
This is exactly the right take. Life will not be "normal" until there is a vaccine or enough of us have been infected AND they can prove that infection equals immunity.

You would have to chain me down or kill me first before I'd take a vaccine for this thing. Somehow I dont trust Bill Gates enough for that

False rumors about Bill Gates and other craziness that a known fan believes or likes spreading

I read in the article that Rod Carey was involved
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MD, for the love of God, just stop. This is not the time for madness.
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Not to distract you from your non-NIU, non-Huskie, off-the-wall non-sports discussion, but I posted this on the main csnbbs board and am repeating it here ... if there is no fall 2020 football, how about playing the 4 o-o-c games in spring 2021 and the full conference in the fall of 2021? Avoids problems with trying to play the fall 2020 schedule in spring 2021 and then a full season in fall 2021, with only 2-3 months to heal up and prepare in between. Apparently, some schools are studying the idea (see ACC thread on csnbbs conference board).
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(04-18-2020 11:03 PM)pvk75 Wrote:  Not to distract you from your non-NIU, non-Huskie, off-the-wall non-sports discussion, but I posted this on the main csnbbs board and am repeating it here ... if there is no fall 2020 football, how about playing the 4 o-o-c games in spring 2021 and the full conference in the fall of 2021? Avoids problems with trying to play the fall 2020 scheddule in spring 2021 and then a full season in fall 2021, with only 2-3 months to heal up and prepare in between. Apparently, some schools are studying the idea (see ACC thread on csnbbs conference board).

I heard this is gaining steam.There are a few articles around. Kinda makes sense. Maybe I'm a simpleton, but I could see school starting in January across the country, going to school straight through 2022. Problem is the whole country, some right or wrong, may not be on board. I just don't see how any sport, any level, starts where if someone gets infected the whole program and recent competitors basically can't compete.
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(04-19-2020 10:13 AM)randyfensfanclub1 Wrote:  
(04-18-2020 11:03 PM)pvk75 Wrote:  Not to distract you from your non-NIU, non-Huskie, off-the-wall non-sports discussion, but I posted this on the main csnbbs board and am repeating it here ... if there is no fall 2020 football, how about playing the 4 o-o-c games in spring 2021 and the full conference in the fall of 2021? Avoids problems with trying to play the fall 2020 scheddule in spring 2021 and then a full season in fall 2021, with only 2-3 months to heal up and prepare in between. Apparently, some schools are studying the idea (see ACC thread on csnbbs conference board).

I heard this is gaining steam.There are a few articles around. Kinda makes sense. Maybe I'm a simpleton, but I could see school starting in January across the country, going to school straight through 2022. Problem is the whole country, some right or wrong, may not be on board. I just don't see how any sport, any level, starts where if someone gets infected the whole program and recent competitors basically can't compete.

The logistics work but the part I wonder about is Spring and fall are the beginnings of virus season. Cool environments that viruses thrive in. From a safety standpoint, playing in the summer is the best strategy. It’s why MLB was toying with having all their games in the Arizona heat.
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(04-18-2020 07:40 PM)Skinut Wrote:  MD, for the love of God, just stop. This is not the time for madness.

To be fair I deleted all 3 of the most egregious Bill Gates/WHO related posts, which had no place in this thread or in the normal threads.
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(04-19-2020 12:20 PM)NILAW Wrote:  
(04-18-2020 07:40 PM)Skinut Wrote:  MD, for the love of God, just stop. This is not the time for madness.

To be fair I deleted all 3 of the most egregious Bill Gates/WHO related posts, which had no place in this thread or in the normal threads.

Only conservative views are being targeted here. This is pretty ridiculous. Welcome to China I guess. How can Big Man and NIU007 not have warning levels when all they do is post political rants
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(04-19-2020 10:30 AM)Rabid Squirrel Wrote:  
(04-19-2020 10:13 AM)randyfensfanclub1 Wrote:  
(04-18-2020 11:03 PM)pvk75 Wrote:  Not to distract you from your non-NIU, non-Huskie, off-the-wall non-sports discussion, but I posted this on the main csnbbs board and am repeating it here ... if there is no fall 2020 football, how about playing the 4 o-o-c games in spring 2021 and the full conference in the fall of 2021? Avoids problems with trying to play the fall 2020 scheddule in spring 2021 and then a full season in fall 2021, with only 2-3 months to heal up and prepare in between. Apparently, some schools are studying the idea (see ACC thread on csnbbs conference board).

I heard this is gaining steam.There are a few articles around. Kinda makes sense. Maybe I'm a simpleton, but I could see school starting in January across the country, going to school straight through 2022. Problem is the whole country, some right or wrong, may not be on board. I just don't see how any sport, any level, starts where if someone gets infected the whole program and recent competitors basically can't compete.

The logistics work but the part I wonder about is Spring and fall are the beginnings of virus season. Cool environments that viruses thrive in. From a safety standpoint, playing in the summer is the best strategy. It’s why MLB was toying with having all their games in the Arizona heat.

I think the spring traction is dependent on the assumption of a vaccine that might be available then but won’t this fall.
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(04-19-2020 12:52 PM)MaddDawgz02 Wrote:  
(04-19-2020 12:20 PM)NILAW Wrote:  
(04-18-2020 07:40 PM)Skinut Wrote:  MD, for the love of God, just stop. This is not the time for madness.

To be fair I deleted all 3 of the most egregious Bill Gates/WHO related posts, which had no place in this thread or in the normal threads.

Only conservative views are being targeted here. This is pretty ridiculous. Welcome to China I guess. How can Big Man and NIU007 not have warning levels when all they do is post political rants

Big Man and NIU007 followed the rules; they posted in Sprayed and Neutered, whereas you didn't, and posted political bating posts here in a normal thread, after I said to all to stop. You know full well that I did nothing regarding your and other political posts (regardless of the political viewpoint) in the Sprayed and Neutered Corona Virus thread.
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(04-19-2020 10:30 AM)Rabid Squirrel Wrote:  
(04-19-2020 10:13 AM)randyfensfanclub1 Wrote:  
(04-18-2020 11:03 PM)pvk75 Wrote:  Not to distract you from your non-NIU, non-Huskie, off-the-wall non-sports discussion, but I posted this on the main csnbbs board and am repeating it here ... if there is no fall 2020 football, how about playing the 4 o-o-c games in spring 2021 and the full conference in the fall of 2021? Avoids problems with trying to play the fall 2020 scheddule in spring 2021 and then a full season in fall 2021, with only 2-3 months to heal up and prepare in between. Apparently, some schools are studying the idea (see ACC thread on csnbbs conference board).

I heard this is gaining steam.There are a few articles around. Kinda makes sense. Maybe I'm a simpleton, but I could see school starting in January across the country, going to school straight through 2022. Problem is the whole country, some right or wrong, may not be on board. I just don't see how any sport, any level, starts where if someone gets infected the whole program and recent competitors basically can't compete.

The logistics work but the part I wonder about is Spring and fall are the beginnings of virus season. Cool environments that viruses thrive in. From a safety standpoint, playing in the summer is the best strategy. It’s why MLB was toying with having all their games in the Arizona heat.

I was being conservative. 03-wink

You would need a symptom blocker at minimum like they do for HIV. I really don't season matters as much as science. I think MLB was just trying to be centralized area with fields and basically keep players under quarantine.
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(04-19-2020 10:13 AM)randyfensfanclub1 Wrote:  
(04-18-2020 11:03 PM)pvk75 Wrote:  Not to distract you from your non-NIU, non-Huskie, off-the-wall non-sports discussion, but I posted this on the main csnbbs board and am repeating it here ... if there is no fall 2020 football, how about playing the 4 o-o-c games in spring 2021 and the full conference in the fall of 2021? Avoids problems with trying to play the fall 2020 scheddule in spring 2021 and then a full season in fall 2021, with only 2-3 months to heal up and prepare in between. Apparently, some schools are studying the idea (see ACC thread on csnbbs conference board).

I heard this is gaining steam.There are a few articles around. Kinda makes sense. Maybe I'm a simpleton, but I could see school starting in January across the country, going to school straight through 2022. Problem is the whole country, some right or wrong, may not be on board. I just don't see how any sport, any level, starts where if someone gets infected the whole program and recent competitors basically can't compete.
Have to throw this in here...one of my fav songs ever:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Da9sc6YDBo
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(04-19-2020 03:42 PM)NIU84 Wrote:  
(04-19-2020 10:13 AM)randyfensfanclub1 Wrote:  
(04-18-2020 11:03 PM)pvk75 Wrote:  Not to distract you from your non-NIU, non-Huskie, off-the-wall non-sports discussion, but I posted this on the main csnbbs board and am repeating it here ... if there is no fall 2020 football, how about playing the 4 o-o-c games in spring 2021 and the full conference in the fall of 2021? Avoids problems with trying to play the fall 2020 scheddule in spring 2021 and then a full season in fall 2021, with only 2-3 months to heal up and prepare in between. Apparently, some schools are studying the idea (see ACC thread on csnbbs conference board).

I heard this is gaining steam.There are a few articles around. Kinda makes sense. Maybe I'm a simpleton, but I could see school starting in January across the country, going to school straight through 2022. Problem is the whole country, some right or wrong, may not be on board. I just don't see how any sport, any level, starts where if someone gets infected the whole program and recent competitors basically can't compete.
Have to throw this in here...one of my fav songs ever:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Da9sc6YDBo



I got that cd...Oranges and Lemons. Big fan of it! I used to listen all the time in college, thereafter.

I will say though, I have been near a university and earned a degree though. 03-wink
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(04-19-2020 12:52 PM)MaddDawgz02 Wrote:  
(04-19-2020 12:20 PM)NILAW Wrote:  
(04-18-2020 07:40 PM)Skinut Wrote:  MD, for the love of God, just stop. This is not the time for madness.

To be fair I deleted all 3 of the most egregious Bill Gates/WHO related posts, which had no place in this thread or in the normal threads.

Only conservative views are being targeted here. This is pretty ridiculous. Welcome to China I guess. How can Big Man and NIU007 not have warning levels when all they do is post political rants

I watched church on my computer today like I have for the past month. I truly did not realize that was a depiction of you that was nailed to the cross above the altar.
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(04-19-2020 07:35 PM)randyfensfanclub1 Wrote:  
(04-19-2020 03:42 PM)NIU84 Wrote:  
(04-19-2020 10:13 AM)randyfensfanclub1 Wrote:  
(04-18-2020 11:03 PM)pvk75 Wrote:  Not to distract you from your non-NIU, non-Huskie, off-the-wall non-sports discussion, but I posted this on the main csnbbs board and am repeating it here ... if there is no fall 2020 football, how about playing the 4 o-o-c games in spring 2021 and the full conference in the fall of 2021? Avoids problems with trying to play the fall 2020 scheddule in spring 2021 and then a full season in fall 2021, with only 2-3 months to heal up and prepare in between. Apparently, some schools are studying the idea (see ACC thread on csnbbs conference board).

I heard this is gaining steam.There are a few articles around. Kinda makes sense. Maybe I'm a simpleton, but I could see school starting in January across the country, going to school straight through 2022. Problem is the whole country, some right or wrong, may not be on board. I just don't see how any sport, any level, starts where if someone gets infected the whole program and recent competitors basically can't compete.
Have to throw this in here...one of my fav songs ever:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Da9sc6YDBo



I got that cd...Oranges and Lemons. Big fan of it! I used to listen all the time in college, thereafter.

I will say though, I have been near a university and earned a degree though. 03-wink
"Never took a paper or a learned degree".
Damn songwriters are hard to keep up with, always looking for the best rhymes and such.

What's a cd? wait...it's coming back to me....
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(04-19-2020 09:22 PM)NIU84 Wrote:  
(04-19-2020 07:35 PM)randyfensfanclub1 Wrote:  
(04-19-2020 03:42 PM)NIU84 Wrote:  
(04-19-2020 10:13 AM)randyfensfanclub1 Wrote:  
(04-18-2020 11:03 PM)pvk75 Wrote:  Not to distract you from your non-NIU, non-Huskie, off-the-wall non-sports discussion, but I posted this on the main csnbbs board and am repeating it here ... if there is no fall 2020 football, how about playing the 4 o-o-c games in spring 2021 and the full conference in the fall of 2021? Avoids problems with trying to play the fall 2020 scheddule in spring 2021 and then a full season in fall 2021, with only 2-3 months to heal up and prepare in between. Apparently, some schools are studying the idea (see ACC thread on csnbbs conference board).

I heard this is gaining steam.There are a few articles around. Kinda makes sense. Maybe I'm a simpleton, but I could see school starting in January across the country, going to school straight through 2022. Problem is the whole country, some right or wrong, may not be on board. I just don't see how any sport, any level, starts where if someone gets infected the whole program and recent competitors basically can't compete.
Have to throw this in here...one of my fav songs ever:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Da9sc6YDBo



I got that cd...Oranges and Lemons. Big fan of it! I used to listen all the time in college, thereafter.

I will say though, I have been near a university and earned a degree though. 03-wink
"Never took a paper or a learned degree".
Damn songwriters are hard to keep up with, always looking for the best rhymes and such.

What's a cd? wait...it's coming back to me....

I bought my Yamaha at a place in Homewood on Halsted in 90 or 91.They gave me like $150 gift cert. something to Hegewisch Records. I remember getting 12 cd's and pretty sure this was one of them lol.

Still got the stereo and all my cd's, just haven't hooked my stereo up in like 8 years. Just play my bluetooth and work system. I still got tapes too lol. In fact, I think I'm going to play one for for the 1st time in years tomorrow on a boombox I play baseball games on during work lol. Some Who (not to be confused with WHO these days) bootlegs from the 70's I taped from the vinyls I have. Ah, those metal/chrome tapes. 03-cloud9
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(04-20-2020 12:15 AM)randyfensfanclub1 Wrote:  
(04-19-2020 09:22 PM)NIU84 Wrote:  
(04-19-2020 07:35 PM)randyfensfanclub1 Wrote:  
(04-19-2020 03:42 PM)NIU84 Wrote:  
(04-19-2020 10:13 AM)randyfensfanclub1 Wrote:  I heard this is gaining steam.There are a few articles around. Kinda makes sense. Maybe I'm a simpleton, but I could see school starting in January across the country, going to school straight through 2022. Problem is the whole country, some right or wrong, may not be on board. I just don't see how any sport, any level, starts where if someone gets infected the whole program and recent competitors basically can't compete.
Have to throw this in here...one of my fav songs ever:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Da9sc6YDBo



I got that cd...Oranges and Lemons. Big fan of it! I used to listen all the time in college, thereafter.

I will say though, I have been near a university and earned a degree though. 03-wink
"Never took a paper or a learned degree".
Damn songwriters are hard to keep up with, always looking for the best rhymes and such.

What's a cd? wait...it's coming back to me....

I bought my Yamaha at a place in Homewood on Halsted in 90 or 91.They gave me like $150 gift cert. something to Hegewisch Records. I remember getting 12 cd's and pretty sure this was one of them lol.

Still got the stereo and all my cd's, just haven't hooked my stereo up in like 8 years. Just play my bluetooth and work system. I still got tapes too lol. In fact, I think I'm going to play one for for the 1st time in years tomorrow on a boombox I play baseball games on during work lol. Some Who (not to be confused with WHO these days) bootlegs from the 70's I taped from the vinyls I have. Ah, those metal/chrome tapes. 03-cloud9

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Bowing to competition from electronics superstores, 40-year-old Musicraft is closing its Homewood store, the last of the Palatine-based company's stores in the area. David Clark, Musicraft's president/owner, says the store will close in about a month.
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