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February 06, 2007

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DaninVan

Man, I can't follow this anymore without a printed program...;)
I get more stability from our weather report.

marc w.

Sports cliches pop up in the most unlikely places, don't they?
"Know that offense is the best [form of] defense, and be careful not to lay down your weapons before the war is over...

Also, muslim youth, remember to take it one game at a time, that you really feel like you're terrorizing as a team (we don't have egos in this clubhouse/bunker/spider hole), that turnovers are going to be key, that statistics can be misleading, and that you've got to take what the persians give you.


Nope, there's no love lost between these two sects.

J.Cassian

They do historical re-enactment societies differently over there, don't they? I mean, in this country it would just be Sunday afternoon playing Roundheads and Cavaliers in the park with the Sealed Knot followed by a nice pint in the pub. In the Middle East, they have to relive the 7th century conquest of the Persian and Byzantine Empires via random massacres of civilians. Although for some reason the dreamers after a golden age never seem to follow their own beliefs and go back to fighting with bows and arrows and scimitars. I wonder why.

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