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  1. Love the use of my first name, here? Isn't that protected by some internet privacy right laws and can't I then sue you for disclosing it? Checking with my attorney on this? Stay tuned.
  2. Lovely... are you stepping out from behind the curtain too? What a limp wrist move.
  3. Sorry Ice_Cap done with you... common sense and reason... not big selling points here, eh?
  4. well, that was a wasted two hours of circle jerking with someone in the know...
  5. Pulling out the Mod warning? Nice. ,... don't think that sentiment is an excuse to act like a dick.. " nice... well done... never called anyone a dick... you did... I made my points... teams change when they win championships for many reasons... teams market... the Kings are a drab brand... fans LOVE the purple and gold... the Rockets only became relevant when they won... they can go right back to the Wendy's look but no one would care because Clutch City was 22 years ago... rear view mirror marketing.
  6. Turtle. Let's go to the animated .gif after we get smacked in the nose... sorry for providing insight and knowledge.
  7. Ice_Cap and Cream Soda won't like it because the Flames weren't wearing that EXACT EXACT logo and uniform when they won their one and only Stanley Cup. Shame on you Flames and NHL for marketing your team the way you (and your fans) see fit. Blasphemy!
  8. That for as much as you are going on about facts? Your own arguments are rambly and nonsensical. There are bits and pieces of logic that can be picked out, but you seem prone to tangents. Some of which directly contradict earlier points you've attempted to make. And then when people don't agree with you? You play the condescending "well I've got facts on my side" card. Which is more comical than insulting in this case, because no one's sure what points you're trying to make anyway. Already cleared up the facts on the Penguins black and sunflower yellow for the masses so we're all good on this right?
  9. Alexander bought the Rockets in July 1993 for $85 million. In his first two seasons as owner (1993–94 and 1994–95), the Rockets won back to back World Championships anchored by Hall of Famer Hakeem Olajuwon.
  10. If a poster can provide some evidence of background and facts to support an opinion why not embrace that versus spewing half-truths and opinion-laden urban legend?
  11. Sorry you feel that way but when you can support an opinion with accurate background and facts... it shortens these mindless debates. FYI. Google is such a useful way to substantiate fact from fiction -- which often can run roughshod in this Forum. If... I think... From what I heard... Ugh.
  12. Hmmmm... wrong. Try this... Pittsburgh's second NHL franchise, the Pittsburgh Penguins, wore blue and white, due to general manager Jack Riley's upbringing in Ontario. In 1979, after the Steelers and Pirates had each won their respective league championships, the Penguins altered their color scheme to match, despite objections from the Boston Bruins.
  13. As an FYI... how many of these teams have changed their jerseys since they won titles? Maybe I shouldn't post this? It will start a 6-month endless debate... ah here goes... Cavs. Warriors Heat, Spurs, Mavericks, Lakers, Celtics, Pistons, Rockets.
  14. Talking about a jersey change... not about accepting trophies and rings... let's accept the fact that the Rockets were NOT an all-time great team... and it's not like you're changing the Yankees, Celtics, Canadiens nor Steelers jerseys--- it's the Houston Rockets for chrissakes. Sanity check.