Kelly, It's much more than just trying to gain an unfair advantage. Please
reread the the first paragraph which contains words like "respect , fairness,
ethics and fellowship". But the last one is the most important word - " sore
JeffOn Dec 8, 2015 9:58 PM, Kelly Taylor <email@example.com> wrote:
> One could argue poor sportsmanship is being displayed by those kvetching
> about their win, especially absent any facts.
> A definition of poor sportsmanship in the link you provide is "…breaking the
> rules to gain an unfair advantage."
> What rules have been broken and what's the "unfair advantage" of a lowly M2
> station beating a MM?
> 73 kelly
> On 2015-12-08, at 6:33 PM, Jeff Clarke <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sportsmanship
> > It's pretty obvious to me the definition of sportsmanship is different in
> > Europe is different than it is here in the United States.
> > Read the above link and tell me if CR3L is being a good sport?
> > This email thread has been nothing about anyone breaking any rules because
> > it's pretty apparent to me that the rules are broken if they allow this to
> > happen.
> > Jeff
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