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Old 03-12-2008, 08:18 AM   #406
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I also wonder what one of them tastes like.
They're dead, Jim.
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Like IT'S GOING TO EAT YOU FIRST.



Also, thank you, all involved, for Lichtenstein. I'm glad I've read the whole thing now.
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That's just nuts. MOAS.


I mean, :lmoa: ....
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This will be made of awesome and I insist you teach it to me!

Like IT'S GOING TO EAT YOU FIRST.
I've always wanted to create a blended style of fighting; I reckon most traditional styles, whilst awesome in their own way, often lack something.

New motto: "We're going to hit you first!"

But yeah, the styles are listed are the most popular and/or effective ones that I've seen fully in action thus far.
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They're dead, Jim.
Holy flying moas, Batman!

(that was where the Jim reference came from, right?)
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I just still can't believe people actually believed you lot. I took one look at the thread title, went "what the hell?", looked at the thread and just lol'd. Then I saw the other thread about the retraction and went "holy crap people believed it?"
I must thank mofo82. Without him, we wouldn't have had the madness of the retraction thread to really push the whole thing over the edge!

What a day that was.

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I still don't see why people actually like AFL. Although, it is much more of a man's sport than the American rubbish.
I enjoy watching AFL, but I don't think as highly of it as cricket or rugby. I often say that "in rugby, the men control the ball; in AFL, the ball controls the men".

As for American pansyball, it may be a failing (may be), but I seriously question the intelligence of anybody who likes that. Taste is subjective, but ... that sport's absolute shittiness is objective.
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They're dead, Jim.
They're all dead, Dave.

THEY'RE ALL DEAD, DAVE.
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I MEAN, MOAR!
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I honestly don't enjoy watching Rugby much at all - in fact, the only sports I really enjoy watching are AFL and basketball, maybe International Football sometimes. But I will give props to Rugby in that, unlike Gridiron, it's still fun to play and isn't concentrated pussiness (helmets?! What the hell, people?).
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What in the name of all that's holy is a moa?

I'll go look it up.

EDIT: By the way, that pic is SCREAMING to have the caption "MOAR" added to it!
A moa is pure Kiwi awesomeness. Fuck kangaroos and koalas. New Zealand did weird animals even better. Just like everything, really ...

And ! I created that picture a couple of years ago, inspired by those LMAO ZEDONG ones that were popular at the time.
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As for American pansyball, it may be a failing (may be), but I seriously question the intelligence of anybody who likes that. Taste is subjective, but ... that sport's absolute shittiness is objective.
Just like the wrestling you lot were talking about earlier in the thread. I can't believe people actually pay money to go and watch that. You'd get a much better show throwing a bottle at someone in a pub in Melbourne or Dublin.
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Like I choose a team because of their mascot. I support them because the rest of the family the same generation as myself did. I'm not sure how it began, but it stuck.
I chose my team based on the mascot...

I was in grade four, my family cared nothing for AFL so I didn't have a team when my school announced that they'd have a day where all the kids should dress in their favourite team's colours... so I had to pick one at short notice, without having ANY CLUE AT ALL. What else does a 9 year old kid go on but the mascot? It was the Hawks or the Eagles, and I couldn't bring myself to support an interstate team...

I had no idea that the Hawks were at the top of the ladder at the time and took out the Grand Final that year...
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Like I choose a team because of their mascot. I support them because the rest of the family the same generation as myself did. I'm not sure how it began, but it stuck.
Ah, right. I still haven't made a firm decision on who to support. Richmond's got Wellington's colours and are a Melbourne team, so that's cool, but they've done nothing to really inspire me to get behind them. Brisbane's got Wellington's mascot, the Lions, and the other AFL fans in my family go for them, and I've enjoyed watching them, but ... they're a Queensland team and I hate Queensland (maybe I could say I'm a Fitzroy fan?).

Oh well, at least I know who I hate.
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Holy flying moas, Batman!

(that was where the Jim reference came from, right?)
Er, no... original series Star Trek

The doctor was forever crouching over the hapless red-shirted nameless security officer, and grimly intoning, "He's dead, Jim," to Captain Kirk...
Occasionally the Dr would mix it up a bit and say, "Jim, he's dead."

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I honestly don't enjoy watching Rugby much at all - in fact, the only sports I really enjoy watching are AFL and basketball, maybe International Football sometimes. But I will give props to Rugby in that, unlike Gridiron, it's still fun to play and isn't concentrated pussiness (helmets?! What the hell, people?).
Yeah, seriously, helmets?! Padding the equivalent of twenty pillows? Breathers every four seconds? SEPARATE TEAMS FOR OFFENCE AND DEFENCE?

I'm convinced it's a sport designed for the braindead. (And baseball is for the comatose.)

American sports in general fail. America in general fails.
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