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Here’s Andover Superintendent Shelley Berman’s Entire Letter To AD Crapping On Freshmen Hockey Players, Whining About Coach Hurting His Son’s Feelings, Demanding All Kids Play And Coach Be Fired

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We finally got ahold of the complete letter sent by Andover superintendent Shelley Berman to his subordinates principal Phil Conrad and former AD Don Doucette, instructing them to amongst other things, reprimand his son’s hockey coach Chris Kuchar, as well as make sure all kids played in certain games. It’s important to remember while reading this that:

  1. Berman denied that this letter existed when asked about it by the media.
  2. Berman insisted he had nothing against Coach Kuchar and was not suspending him because of negative experiences he had with him as a hockey parent.
  3. It’s extremely unethical for the superintendent not to separate his role as a parent and the leader of the school district. You can be both, but you can not let your biases as a  parent affect your work.

Here it is in its entirety:

If you didn’t wanna read that whole, pathetic, unprofessional, whinathon from the SUPERINTENDENT of schools, here’s some highlights:

  • When players “err,” he sits them.

Because apparently it’s bad to bench players who make mistakes, suck, or don’t do their job.

  • He created a competitive environment. Those who did not play well were put on different lines.

Competition? The horror!! Good thing these kids aren’t growing up in a capitalist society where they’ll be rewarded based on how they perform in relation to their peers. It’s not like competition ever breeds individual success. Competition is bad because someone loses.

  • Less talented players were moved up on lines to prove a point.

Yup, the coach was trying to lose. Definitely.

  • Every player should leave knowing the coach “cared about his development,” which did not happen with his son.

On what planet does a kid care if his coach cares about his development? Why are we raising a generation of soft little bitches?

  • Coach Kuchar cares about winning above all else.

Winning? God forbid!!

  • His son Dale Haavind-Kuchar is a superstar who’s played on all sorts of All-Star teams, including a “Canadian hockey academy varsity team.”

This guy has an uncanny ability to make himself sound important. What does Canadian hockey academy varsity team even mean? Are we supposed to be impressed because he’s attending a school in Canada? Not only is he a great hockey player, he also saved France from ISIS on Facebook!!

  • His son wanted to play Division 1 hockey. He currently goes to UMass and does not play.

It’s almost as if he’s not very good.

  • Coach Kuchar “broke his spirit.”

Translation – my son was weak and easily breakable. This is the coach’s fault, not my son’s.

  • Shelley could only watch from the sidelines because the evil coach does not talk to parents during games.

On what planet do coaches confer with psycho parents who happen to be the superintendent DURING games??

  • The coach is insensitive which prevents him from being an effective coach.

Should’ve had more safe spaces at practice so kids could talk about their feelz.

  • Dale is a “great asset to the team.”

Dale was a fringe varsity player whose job it was to make sure the bench didn’t fly away.

  • He is surprised that Coach Kuchar did not “take the time to get to know Dale,” did not “spend time to talk with Dale about positions, interests, areas of strength, and areas that Dale wished to work on.” Had he done so Dale would have felt more included.

Ya know how many times my high school coaches pulled me aside to talk about my interests? Oh yea, never. Yet I survived and didn’t whine to my Daddy about how the coach hurt muh feelz.

  • During a game Dale was on the 3rd line and threw a blind pass that was intercepted. It wasn’t Dale’s fault because he “had hoped that his linemates would have been in that area to receive a pass.” Because this was the system of support that he learned in Canada.

You have to be kidding me. Dale fucked up but it’s not his fault because in Canada passes don’t get intercepted by the other team. It’s not his fault, it’s his idiotic teammates. Keep in mind, this is the head administrator saying this about other people’s children.

  • Dale was benched because of this turnover, even though no one else got benched for mistakes. The kid who replaced him made a bigger mistake and didn’t get benched.

A hockey dad who thinks his kid is better than the other kids who took his spot? How original.

  • Dale told Daddy that no one was treated as harshly as him.

Well, if a kid tells their parents a completely subjective, one sided version of events it simply must be true. Ya know who falls for something like that? Someone who hasn’t worked in a classroom in a million years. Like a professional administrator who bounces from town to town.

  • The superintendent then calls out a ninth grader BY NAME, who took Dale’s spot, and Shelley criticizes the 14 year old for turning the puck over. This upset Shelley because the 14 year old was not pulled as he hoped he would be.

A grown man in charge of the schools is shitting on a child. We had enough class to blur the kid’s name out. What kind of trashy lowlife craps on a 9th grader in order to prop up his own son? How’d you like to be this kid’s parent and know the superintendent thinks your kid sucks? The kid still plays on the team btw.

  • Dale felt that putting in the freshman was done to purposely humiliate him in front of the entire team.
  • Dale was devastated because 9th and 10th graders played over him for the last 6 games.

Or it was because the freshmen were the building blocks of the future, and Dale was a one year rental they tried to fit in when they could.

  • Dale came to the coach to see how he could improve and Kuchar told him how “awful” he was as a player, and listed all the things Dale had done wrong.

It’s almost as if focusing on the things you’re not good at is a more effective strategy than complimenting you for the things you already do well. Better get him a therapy puppy.

  • Dale felt targeted because “he felt he was as good as any player on the second or third line.” Thus he no longer felt “inspired” to improve.

Translation – Dale is a loser who doesn’t know how to overcome obstacles. Remember in Rudy when Rudy felt like he wasn’t as good as the other players so he quit the team? Best part of the movie.

  • Coach Kuchar had his favorite players who got special treatment.

The classic go to move of every helicopter parent ever whose kid got benched.

  • Because the coach hurt his feelz Dale didn’t feel comfortable approaching the coach for advice. This creates “barriers to communication that only undermine a player’s confidence and sense of inclusion on the team.”
  • Shelley is an expert hockey coach, and when he coached he tried to boost kids’ spirits and confidence, unlike evil Coach Kuchar.

He also won a freshman certificate while riding the pine on the Wisconsin fencing team!

  • Coach pointed out a mistake Dale had made while addressing the entire team in the locker room, and Dale felt ridiculed.

Yup, he should’ve pulled Dale aside and had a private conversation with him during the limited time between periods. Kid’s feelings should be the #1 priority for high school coaches.

  • It was hard for Dale to be at a new school.

Dad was the one who chose to move from job to job all around the country, burning bridges wherever he went.

  • Because the Coach “picked on Dale,” kids on the team felt comfortable doing the same. Everyone is mean to Dale.
  • Dale worried that he might make a mistake which affected his play, because no one performs well when they’re worried about making a mistake. This undermined Dale’s confidence.

Dale is literally the first high school athlete to worry about making a mistake during a game. No kid has EVER had that feeling before. Ever.

  • They blew a 3-0 lead against Triton. Dale didn’t play all game because the 4th line never got in. This was a “coaching error” not a “playing error.”

The 4th line should play more? Shelley Berman must be a Claude Julien fan.

  • The problem was that the coach had not done enough stamina training during practice, so they got tired out.

This is the same guy whining that the coach is pushing them too hard in practice.

  • After the loss the coach had each player write a note explaining why they think they lost. Dale wrote a letter saying that it would have helped if the 4th line got to play. So basically they lost because Dale was on the bench. He blamed the coach.

In other words, Dale has an inflated sense of his own value and was surprised when the coach didn’t wanna be lectured about how to do his job from a 17 year old pissant.

  • Before a game against Acton-Boxboro, which would be played in memory of a student who recently passed away, Shelley demanded that the principal tell the AD to tell the coach that every kid gets to get in the game, because he was upset over not playing against Triton. So that “everyone felt included in their memorial to her.”

What???? This is the most unproffessional and unethical thing he’s admitted to in this letter. On what planet does a parent get to dictate to the coach that everyone will play? Most parents could just be laughed at. But not when you’re the superintendent.

  • Dale was on his way to practice when he got in an accident on Route 28 but was not injured. The coach saw him, asked if he was OK, and Dale said he was. But Dale was so committed to the team that instead of going to the garage with the car, he went to practice and got a ride with the cops. The coach was insensitive because he did not say, “anything like ‘glad to see you’.”

Oh for fuck’s sake. The coach has to say “nice to see you” now to kids to make sure their feelings aren’t hurt? And why wouldn’t the kid go to practice? Why is Shelley acting like getting in a minor fender bender and getting a lift to practice is almost as impressive as finishing in 4th place in the Big Ten fencing championship.

  • It matters that athletes feel cared about.

No. No it does not.

  • Dale would come home and tell Daddy that the coach had not praised him for the things that Dale told Daddy that he and done well.

Normally I’d just blame the crazy helicopter parent, but Dale was clearly a whiny little pissant who saw what a lunatic his old man was, knew he had more power than the average parent, and encouraged his father’s inappropriate behavior.

  • Dale has played for “far greater coaches than Coach Kuchar,” and was not used to being trained to play “as a soloist.”

Sure he did.

  • Kuchar never took advantage of Dale’s immense talents or insights from Canada.

We get it, he played in Canada. Canada is good at hockey. We’re all very impressed.

  • As a result Dale was triggered and no longer wanted to play hockey ever again, so he “felt bad about himself.”

In other words, Dale was never really passionate about hockey in the first place and simply was not cut out to play competitive sports.

  • He admits that the team did well, but Dale “felt he had no part in making that happen.”
  • Shelley admits that “the team did reasonably well this year based on the talent of its members, making it harder to make the case that he is not a good coach.”

That says it all doesn’t it? The team succeeded, but Dale didn’t. This is a bad thing.

  • “As a father and a superintendent I can’t let this kind of behavior go unaddressed.”

No, you’re speaking as a father, not a superintendent. Superintendents don’t get involved in how many minutes the fourth line played on the hockey team. Was he this passionate for the kid riding the bench on the basketball team? Or the kid who didn’t make the 4×200 relay team? Nope, just hockey. Because that’s the sport his son played.

  • “No excuse can compensate for the sadness I see in Dale’s eyes and feel in his heart.”
  • He wants a new coach so that no other kid has to experience this sort of trauma.

Yea Shelley, you’re the first parent to see your kid sad. The rest of us tell our kids that it’s gonna be OK. We teach them that overcoming adversity builds character. We teach them that no matter what happens as long as they give their best effort we are proud of them. Not Shelley though. He whips is hog out and uses his authority to demand a good coach lose his job.

The bottom line is that Shelley Berman needs to go, and Coach Kuchar needs to get his job back with a full apology from the School Committee. Shelley Berman is unfit to run the schools. He has abused his power, repeatedly lied to the media, and used his influence to get favorable playing time for his child.

The School Committee hires the superintendent. Here’s the five members of the SC, their contact information, and the year they were elected:

paul.murphy@andoverma.us – 2016

smccready@aps1.net – 2015

jblumstein@aps1.net – 2015

tteichert@aps1.net – 2015

shannon.scully@andoverma.us – 2016

It’s pretty simple Andover people – these five people have to come out on record and condemn the superintendent. Then they have to say that they’re willing to vote to fire him and hire a real superintendent. One that doesn’t lie to the taxpayers and use DCF resources to investigate a guy for benching his kid two years ago.

Just to be clear – all five of these people came out in support of Shelley Berman when he lied about this letter not existing, and lied about the kids going 12 hours without eating:

The Andover School Committee releases the following statement:

“We have been briefed on an incident involving the Andover High School boys varsity hockey team. Our understanding is that the Department of Children and Families is conducting an investigation into alleged coaching practices that would violate the rules of our school district and would not be in the best interests of the students.

“We have the utmost confidence in DCF and in High School Principal Philip Conrad, Athletic Director Bill Martin, and  Superintendent Sheldon Berman to conduct full, impartial reviews and present the facts to the public. Until then, we will reserve further comment on this matter, except to reiterate that the Andover Public Schools will cooperate fully in the ongoing investigation and that the health, safety, and wellness of our students and student athletes should be above all else.”


“We have the utmost confidence Superintendent Sheldon Berman.”

They could plead ignorance a week ago when they said that. Not anymore. Now if any of these five stands by him then they are part of the problem too, and they must be replaced. Shelley was hired over a qualified superintendent form nearby Lexington. Mcready, Blumstein, and Teichart were on the SC at the time that hired him unanimously. They screwed up, but now is their chance to make it right. Two of them are up for reelection in the spring:

Two seats will also open this spring on the School Committee. Chairwoman of the School Committee Susan McCready and School Committee member Ted Teichert’s terms both are coming to a close. McCready will be running for re-election.

Let’s be clear – if they support Shelley Berman then they will lose reelection. Your choice. Ask former Spencer-East Brookfield SC chairman Kevin Hayes what happens when you poke the turtle. It doesn’t end well.

Even if you don’t live in the district, email the School Committee to let them know your thoughts on all of this nonsense.

44 Comment(s)
  • Matthew D Allen
    February 2, 2018 at 6:52 pm

    What’s your source for the obtaining of this letter. I.e.: how do I know he actually wrote it? In today’s day, with the term “fake news” flying about, it’s very important for all media to cite their sources.

    • Pete
      February 2, 2018 at 7:41 pm

      The source came from the Andover hockey community Parents have known about this letter since it was written. The coach knew that Dale Bermen had graduated by that time so he sensibly talked to the AD who knew more about hockey than the superintendent who talks about hockey systems which he has got zero clue what he is talking about. Coach kept the letter knowing something like this might come up again as Bermen has “Irish Alzheimer’s” he forgets everything except the grudges. And here we are Coach is no dummy. Unfortunately the superintendent claiming to be a parent and not a superintendent doesn’t pass muster as this was an internal memo to his staff. If he want to claim that it was just a dad talking that dad used school resources for personal gain which is against the law. any way you look at it this guy is a joke who has abused his power and should be investigated by the attorney general.

      • Oh You Know It- J to the J to the T- Jennie Jardinnie Tichert-Queeny
        February 2, 2018 at 8:06 pm

        Oh Pete …. Pete … Pete…..
        This report came from me. I am very good friends with the coach and pressured him to turn the letter over to Turtle Dink. What this coach didn’t realize is that by turning it over he was violating FERPA federal privacy laws- at the end of the day, Berman was a parent, his son a student- his son’s file is subject to FERPA, that letter is part of his son’s FERPA-protected file- which as a paid vendor (coach) of the district, he is in violation by sending that letter to the media- Berman AND his son should file lawsuits against the coach and the coach will pay up. I have a personal beef with Berman despite the fact that Andover tax payer dollars are paying for my 2 kids private day school tuition costing our town more than 100 K per year. I just can’t let my beef go with Berman.- thanks Andover for footing my bill- oh yea!

        • Peter
          February 2, 2018 at 8:32 pm

          Oh you miss informed underemployed Attorney. This memo was an internal memo written and distributed by the superintendent using Andover taxpayer Resources. Even if ne used email it’s still a missuse of the APS email system which is taxpayer property. That’s a crime. He also clearly states that’s he is writing it as a superintendent. Nice try I would say make sure your kids go to a better law school than you. But there are too many lawyers and salaries are I. The $40K range you work hard you can make that at Home Depot (is that where you part time?). If your kids are out of district they are probably dyslexic and are at landmark. This is actually good news read “The Gift Of Dyslexia”. It explains how many dislexics excel at STEM jobs which is the future because they are spatial thinkers and can think in more dimensions and thus excellent at complex mathematical modeling

          • You Know It- I'm Still Here- J to the J to the T- Petey Call Me Top Dog
            February 2, 2018 at 9:11 pm

            Petey- are you having diarrhea of the mouth?
            On another note, Petey-Smithey boy- bottom line is, I’m 100% in support of our superintendent, the coach violated FERPA hands down, tell it to the courts my Petey boy…

          • Q
            February 2, 2018 at 10:12 pm

            If he used email then it’s a public record.

        • Pete
          February 2, 2018 at 9:00 pm

          You aren’t an unemployed attorney your an unemployed plumber. Hard to be the stupid but you proved it whe you threw the FERPA statue out. There is no way that this was placed in the students file as it was not a direct complaint that the coach would have had to acknowledge and sign before it would be placed in the students educational files. Those Foles containe any disciplinary actions also grades and extra curricular records which is why you must sigh a consent form for a college to access. Here is some light reading for you not that I’m convinced you have the intellectual capital to consume it.

          FERPA gives parents certain rights with respect to their children’s education records. These rights transfer to the student when he or she reaches the age of 18 or attends a school beyond the high school level. Students to whom the rights have transferred are “eligible students.”

          Parents or eligible students have the right to inspect and review the student’s education records maintained by the school. Schools are not required to provide copies of records unless, for reasons such as great distance, it is impossible for parents or eligible students to review the records. Schools may charge a fee for copies.

          • Q
            February 2, 2018 at 10:14 pm

            There is no way anyone could ever prove this came from the coach. It was sent to multiple people, any one of whom could have forwarded it to someone else and so on and so on and so on. The letter is a disgrace.

        • Hmmmmmm
          February 3, 2018 at 3:31 pm


          Thanks so much Shelley for picking Turtleboy to break this news with.

          FERPA violation vs Ethics Violation.

          Hmmmm, I got to go with Ethics for the win, as should it be found there actually was a FERPA violation then the finding will be training, not money. You Shelley however, will be paying bank for the abuse of power you commited in trying to intimidate your staff into firing the coach that benched your child.

          Now I have to state that you pretending you are the parent who advocates for children here? Lame. But if that is all you got, then you run with it sport.

          Andover is truly that somewhere over the rainbow, where taxes are high, administrators are worshipped and overpaid, and the parents push each other out of the way to suck up to administrators – copy/paste did you see how I stuck up for you Susan, Shelley, Joel? Like me the most!!!

          So much winning!!!

  • juror seven esq.
    February 1, 2018 at 7:45 pm

    How about this Shelley. Do you have any home movies, video’s of your son playing hockey or while he was o n that elite team in Canada? Great if you could share them so that all of us could behold his wondrous techniques and highly developed skills.

    It’s a shame that some of your greatest fencing moves happened before the arrival of smart phones. Would have enjoyed seeing some of your. Did the uniforms include those tight white fencing pants?
    Also what’s with his hyphenated last name? Surprised you don’t go down that same road.
    How is Mrs. Haavind-Berman doing with all of this?

    • Ted Tiechert
      February 2, 2018 at 8:18 pm

      juror seven esq. you’re a real ass

  • LocalYokel
    February 1, 2018 at 10:06 am

    Man, people are heated over this. Sad the way parents and administrators push around coaches, teachers and club mentors though. Kids are always the ones that suffer. Though the one thing I would have said if i was the hockey coach is: “Listen, this team is composed of a bunch of young athletes who need to be in their best shape possible and there is no way that a stop at McDogFood’s is a positive. If its on your own time, fine, but its not recommended”

  • Ralph
    February 1, 2018 at 9:39 am

    Berman has been searching for work nationwide after he agreed to resign from his Eugene job in the face of private criticism from the Eugene School Board that his performance was unsatisfactory.

    The news story said the school committee chairwoman favored Berman over his competitor after reading a “glowing recommendation” written by the Eugene School Board.

    Berman is a liar!

    • Google this!
      February 1, 2018 at 10:02 am

      The headline:

      Secret school emails released
      To avoid publicly evaluating and possibly firing Sheldon Berman, the Eugene School Board let the superintendent author his own exit

      • Smitty
        February 1, 2018 at 7:58 pm

        Shelley is in more then a bit in denial. This man needs to step down and not walk, but run away. I just read that whole google post the above commenter recommended and it just keeps getting better and better with this guy. I hope that the coach comes out of this the best way possible but his life will always be followed by this and that’s just too bad.

  • Johnny B
    February 1, 2018 at 9:34 am

    Everyone involved in this bullshit story and cover up should be fucking ashamed of themselves. What a group of losers.

  • Mark D
    February 1, 2018 at 9:32 am

    This Shelley guy is fucking pathetic. He even looks like a little rat.

  • Jack
    February 1, 2018 at 9:17 am

    The man obviously has a super “Hah-don” for the Coach!!!

  • In Andover, the Pitchforks are Designer Labeled
    February 1, 2018 at 9:09 am

    Google this guy’s name. You’ll easily discover he was, um, “let go” from his last two jobs for sketchy behavior…including mixing with a dude who went up the Federal river for sticky fingers. This is all public knowledge readily available on the webs.

    Yet the Andover School Committee hired him.

    Which means the Andover School Committee is made up of people who are abjectly stupid, or made up of people who are up to shenanigans themselves. It can’t be any other way.

    Pro tip: When the public sector cheerleaders tell you the taxpayer has to stake these astronomical salaries to public positions like school superintendent in order to “attract the highest quality candidates” for the job, they’re lying. Because they hire incompetent, sneaky, dirtier than Ron Jeremy’s thong from the early 1980s snake oil salesmen like Shelley.

  • John Wypyszinski
    February 1, 2018 at 8:49 am

    Like father like son. Both rode the pine, both suck at their chosen field of endeavor. Shelley, time to polish up the ol’ resume and find a new town to peddle your snake oil in? Might want to give it a good hard think, things are gonna get kind of uncomfortable around Andover. I hear Pyongyang Unified school district is looking for a guy with your unique qualifications, Fatty Kim daTurd will just love you.

  • February 1, 2018 at 8:16 am

    Shirley B.. Think about suicide. It may be your best option. Looser

  • Could not pay me to live in Andover
    February 1, 2018 at 6:52 am

    He sounds like every hockey parent I’ve had the displeasure of sitting next to in the years my kids played hockey. How embarrassing for him. The reality is that Dale was going to be hanging up his skates after senior year. The dads that have the most trouble with coaches are the ones with the biggest egos.

  • Some Guy
    February 1, 2018 at 5:45 am

    Can you imagine having that fucking cunt for a father??? If I was his son, I’d choke his ass out and piss on him. WOW!

  • Junta
    February 1, 2018 at 12:02 am

    Hockey parents are truly the best!
    I don’t understand the bad rap. It’s not like any of them have actually killed each other over this shit or anything.

    Try harder to ruin this great sport. You can’t.

  • Pete Smith Representing Andover
    January 31, 2018 at 10:54 pm

    Jeanne Teichert, Dan Gillette and I are 100% supporters of this superintendent and this blog is completely false. That letter is accurate and reveals the “coaching practices” that are going on still. Sad that this ridiculous turtle loser keeps writing these ridiculous blogs that are truly laughable, no different than reading Star or Enquirer….turtle- write something that actually is believable…

    • Peter Smith
      January 31, 2018 at 11:42 pm

      I am the real Pete Smith from Andover. To clarify I don’t represent Andover. That’s a town. Who ever is using my alliance and perhaps an IP Trace can tell us. Who ever posed as me and mentioned Dan and Jeanne. You have just committed fraud. Is this you Shirley Bermen or the gutless DCF calling coward. You want to play games and impersonate me. Let’s get it on. But if your going to you better bring it and bring it BIG. You just brought a knife to an intellectual gun fight. Because you can’t run with the big dogs you belong in the house.

      • Twat Tickler
        February 1, 2018 at 1:48 am

        Can I see your hog??

      • Kevi
        February 1, 2018 at 8:48 am

        How big we talkin?

      • Barb Miller
        February 1, 2018 at 2:27 pm

        Awwwww Petey boy- are we crying? You can dish it out all over Facebook but you can’t take the heat? Cry me a river….boo hooo hooo….

        • Pete
          February 2, 2018 at 9:27 pm

          Barb Miller I can dish it out and take it why do you hide behind a fake name because there is no Barb or Barbara Miller in Andover. Are you a cross dresser? You want to have a head to head debate. Anytime Nero’s I namedthe place you name the date and time. I’ll be there but you won’t because you don’t even post u ponder your real name. Put your dress back on big guy and hide or else bring it. Any day any place. A debate you can’t win

        • Peter Smith
          February 4, 2018 at 2:35 am

          Barm Miller you don’t exist. There is no barb Miller in andover. Too much of a pussy to use your real name. Meet you any time any place.

      • You Know It- I'm Still Here
        February 2, 2018 at 9:01 pm

        Will the Real Pete Shady Please Stand Up??

        • Pete smith
          February 2, 2018 at 10:17 pm

          I’m still standing

    • Here’s what’s up
      February 1, 2018 at 8:04 am

      Blumstein is pulling the strings and making all of the decisions. He had you write that.

  • Coach Grogan from the Grave
    January 31, 2018 at 10:23 pm

    I would have ground out my Backwoods Smokes on the top of this guy’s dome. 

  • Uncle Randy
    January 31, 2018 at 10:15 pm

    Coach Shelly wouldn’t win a game all season.

  • Travis Rearick
    All of Northampton
    January 31, 2018 at 9:56 pm

    Come live here and be our shitty superintendent next!! You’ll fit in great since you’re already a soft weak man with a lady name!!

  • Joop
    January 31, 2018 at 9:55 pm

    Do you think that when he saw the first blog, he thought, “Oh thank God it was only the first page”?

  • Septa Unella
    January 31, 2018 at 9:50 pm


  • Heat Miser
    January 31, 2018 at 9:41 pm

    Does this Shelley asshole have any music videos for me to mock and ridicule? A fencing video would work too. What a fag this guy is. I can’t believe these guys that continue to exaggerate their academic and athletic prowess in this age. While Shelley was fucking fencing with Weldon and Preston and giving it the ol’ college try, I was drafted into Nam, balls deep in rice paddys praying I would survive so I could someday I nspire Scott Nichols to write his ode “My America”. Love that guy!

  • Believe
    January 31, 2018 at 9:03 pm

    These people pay this guy almost a quarter of a million dollars a year. Not moving to Andover any time soon or even shopping there anymore.

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