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The writer makes a good point about HoF debate and society debate in general.
I’m not sure how this gets turned around. But I’ve never enjoyed the Hall of Fame discussions less than I have this year. And it’s just going to get worse. This is not helping anybody. If you take the fun out of the Hall of Fame, you just have a dusty old building. That’s to say: You have nothing.
No way! The cleaning staff at the HoF have 74 JAR.
As for #7s suggestion, maybe the writer is not so much pining for less openness for others to express views, but a better dialogue.
it’s turning into an endless political debate between two parties who have no interest in taking the slightest step forward toward the other.
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