Re: Good Morning I think saw them in the toy section because someone told them there was a chemistry set there but it only appears for sale if the same people are allowed to lineup to shop for it week after week. No comments other than the Royals are only relevant to me every opening day and if someone comes in town and I have to kill 4 hours of time. As for lockerroom blow ups, they give a team a character/leader/villian/a point of change depending on how it's done. The Wizards need one of these. I feel our team is becoming rather bland like oatmeal. JC is comedy and good for some lines but I do miss the days of a Mo, McKeon, Meola, and even Vermes as a polarizing something er other that stood as the object by which all others were evaluated by. "Hey at least his not as big a ____ as Meola" etc... I think Harrington could be like this or even Jewsbury could start putting a personal stamp on some things. Right now I get that Dockers + Golf shirt - Johnson County Beige kinda feeling from our club. Queue the lockerroom blow up please - an no not you Coach. It goes much deeper than this, we Americans like to thump our chests entirely too much. Fact is, US has only a couple high caliber players that can match against the top National teams - the rest are hopeful thinking that over time you begin to believe your own Koolaid. We are still so much trap, control, move, pass when it should all be done in the same action/touch. There's only one that can do it consistently (LD) the others play in goal. We're simply too thin. Personally I'd like to see the whole Poker on TV thing just move on. Love to play it, but it doesn't need to be on every other sports channel, every other hour. The novelty has passed for me. Cut to shot of Helmuth's face, Cut to shot of Ngyuen's face, uh oh, Helmuth said something, cut back to Helmuth. Oh the drama, it can't be contained. In general agreement with you. I see fines only being used for those actions which blatantly tend to taint the spirit of the game. It is part of it but if it is a player or a teams MO to do so I can see this being a helpful deterent. Unfortunately if you do it for one then the argument will be made for others and the bar will incrementally drop until the spirit of the implementation itself is lost and used only how it reads on paper and is twisted in its use. Much like any policing force does (cough - Rodney King's arresting officers and their use of force to "detain and secure" the perp who was not lying still - maybe because hes was getting his bones broken by batons - cough) I can see where where pummeling a QB represents a risk to an entire franchise. The way the sport is designed and the way the physique and technics of the pro athelete is developed by the time they reach the pro's is very, very dangerous. You're asking an individual to stand undefended and let a 280+ highly tuned muscle tee of on him could kill him. Almost every other position in sports allows the person contacted to be reasonably aware of what is about to happen and they can protect themselves or at least brace it a bit. A back side end or linebacker blitz could be deadly in a literal sense. Prize fighters wouldn't even stand in for that. Again the essence of why that was needed has now been perverted and added to into to a point of nonsense in many areas that are now a detrement to the game and to the ability of the defense to make a play they should be. I'm sorry when you tackle on the run, at some point you dive to make the tackle and your head leads the way. There is no other way to do it. Without looking, Pluto was reclassified in 2005(?) as a Planetoid thus making Neptune the fartherst officially recognized/accepted in the general scientific community. So the answer should be 1 (although there are entire generations who were taught something else - me being included in those generations).