View Poll Results: Success vs. Patience

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  • Very successful life, still optimistic about the future of the program

    17 50.00%
  • Very successful life, I don't think we are going anywhere as a program in the near future

    7 20.59%
  • Not as many successes, still optimistic about the future of the program

    8 23.53%
  • Not as many successes, I don't think we are going anywhere as a program in the near future

    0 0%
  • I don't want to talk about it

    2 5.88%
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    Lets try something...

    Lets try something here. It has always been an opinion of mine that people who have had little success in their lives, epecially in atheletics, are quickest to jump ship as fans when their team struggles. I don't knw that for a fact but it seems like we are in a good situation to test that theory. Obviously, some people won't want to admit their shortcomings, so let's just do a poll.



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    Re: Lets try something...

    I think people would all define success differently, but I consider myself very successful. If I had my same standard of living from now until the day I died I would be thrilled.



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