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OK to punish Commish in another league?

Postby ArtVandelay004 » Fri Oct 03, 2008 11:09 pm

I am commish of a league and have a owner that is commish of another league I play in. I was wondering if it is ok to take action for questionable stuff he is doing in his league. He taken away owners trade rights because people voted against trades he made and now he has taken away my 1st rd waiver pickup because he wanted the player with his pick. I am not sure if he as done this to anyone else because he has shutdown the message board to me. I haven't done anything to his team in my league,but this seems to be just unfair and I wanted some feedback before I did or didn't take action in my league.
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Re: OK to punish Commish in another league?

Postby iamgregg » Sat Oct 04, 2008 12:10 am

Absolutely not. You should only punish someone in one league for actions in said league. If you do to him what he did to others, really you're no better a Commish. The classy move is to treat him just like any other owner and take no action.

You may want to consider not inviting him to the league next season or find a replacement owner if it's a keeper/dyansty.
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Re: OK to punish Commish in another league?

Postby flotsamnjetsam » Sat Oct 04, 2008 2:26 am

ArtVandelay004 wrote:I am commish of a league and have a owner that is commish of another league I play in. I was wondering if it is ok to take action for questionable stuff he is doing in his league. He taken away owners trade rights because people voted against trades he made and now he has taken away my 1st rd waiver pickup because he wanted the player with his pick. I am not sure if he as done this to anyone else because he has shutdown the message board to me. I haven't done anything to his team in my league,but this seems to be just unfair and I wanted some feedback before I did or didn't take action in my league.



No way you should do anything to him in your league. I agree with gregg on that. ;-D

I think this guy need to be impeached as commish of the other league....immediately. How can he do all that stuff without every owner in the league flipping out on him? I almost never suggest quitting a league in mid-season, and I don't know if $$$ is on the line, but I'd strongly consider quitting the league that he commishes (and I use that term loosely in his case). This "commish" is abusing his powers to the nth degree. Taking away trading rights & waiver priorities? I thought I heard everything before. If you don't want to quit mid-season, I'd definitely never play in his league again. I might not ask him back to your league as well. That's just wrong in so many ways. Good luck with this one man. :-/ :-t
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Re: OK to punish Commish in another league?

Postby knighttrain1 » Tue Oct 07, 2008 10:59 pm

Seroiusly. How do you get away with behavior like that? I would go so far as to write the administrator with detailed events to see if you can pull his authority (if there is money on the line). I don't know if that is possible but that commish is way out of line.

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Re: OK to punish Commish in another league?

Postby spodog » Fri Oct 10, 2008 3:24 pm

you should go out with his sister and then dump her. That'll show him.
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Re: OK to punish Commish in another league?

Postby croutonjack » Sat Oct 11, 2008 1:01 am

spodog wrote:you should go out with his sister and then dump her. That'll show him.


and then do the same with his wife
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Re: OK to punish Commish in another league?

Postby joejlitz » Sat Oct 11, 2008 6:11 am

kick his dog and dent his truck while you're at it.

I agree with the Jonas brothers. Get him impeached in his other league and don't do anything to him in the league where you are commissioner.
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