Completely unrelated story here. But this exchange reminds me of a time I got a yellow card pulled on me in high school volleyball. We were unabletodefeat (0-9) versus the top undefeated school in the division (9-0). I wanted that game bad. On one play I went up to block against the other team's strongest hitter. Rather than slam the ball like he was fully capable of, he just tipped it right over my hands, out of reach to block, and it fell for what must've been 10 seconds of hang time right behind me for a point. (I guess that's why he was the best player on the best team, kid had brains). I was pissed. I yelled at my back line for not covering me and slapped the bottom of the net. Teammate says "Dude calm down" and all I saw was red. I was like "CALM DOWN?! MFER I AM CALM. WHEN I'M NOT CALM I'LL BRING THE WHOLE DAMN NET DOWN" loud as hell clearly to be heard in this gym.
Yellow carded. I was proud of that moment. My coach gave me an end of year "Thanks for giving a ****" award because of it lol
Great sport. My son played on a public high school team that was the worst in the State of NH when they started and beat the perennial #1 team (private school, with all of the stereotypical behavior) in his senior year. He had the championship winning spike, playing on an ankle he had just twisted. It was the best moment he had in sports and my favorite as his parent.
But what's this got to do with people in Florida thinking that state borders are somehow relevant to public health policy?