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The Flint Flames were an arena football team in Flint, Michigan in 2000. The Flames were a part of the Indoor Football League, and played their home games at the IMA Sports Arena. They compiled an overall record of 2-12. After the 2000 season, the IFL was purchased by the Arena Football League and was renamed the AF2 (Arena Football 2). A few of the IFL teams continued to play in the AF2, but Flint was not one of them. The arches of downtown Flint. ... The Indoor Football League began in 1999 as an offshoot of the troubled Professional Indoor Football League. ... Perani Arena, located in Flint, Michigan is home of Flint Generals Professional Hockey. ...


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Flint, Michigan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (3075 words)
Flint, Michigan is a city in the U.S. state of Michigan, located along the Flint River, 66 miles (106 km) northwest of Detroit.
In the latter half of the 1800s, Flint became a lumber center, and at the turn of the 20th century the revenue and infrastructure from lumbering funded the establishment of the local carriage making industry.
Flint hosts a large cultural center that was built with revenue from the auto industry in the 1950s.
Flames - Lit review (4426 words)
The researchers hypothesize that flaming may occur because, with a heightened sense of private self-awareness, users are more reactive to what they perceive as coercive behavior on the part of others, and less sensitive to the thoughts and feelings of others.
Flaming is mentioned by Boshier (1990) in the same context as the use of emoticons, ascii symbols intended to add tone to the plain text of e-mail.
He suggests that flaming occurs because the sender is far from the receiver and insulated from normal feedback, which, when offered face-to-face would lead to the extinction of the behavior.
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