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Football in Trouble?
#11
RE: Football in Trouble?
(April 28, 2013 at 1:33 am)cato123 Wrote: Rugby? I'd rather go to a gay bar on mud wrestling night.
:o

You are one brave man, Sir!
For Religion & Health see:[/b][/size] Williams & Sternthal. (2007). Spirituality, religion and health: Evidence and research directions. Med. J. Aust., 186(10), S47-S50. -LINK

The WIN/Gallup End of Year Survey 2013 found the US was perceived to be the greatest threat to world peace by a huge margin, with 24% of respondents fearful of the US followed by: 8% for Pakistan, and 6% for China. This was followed by 5% each for: Afghanistan, Iran, Israel, North Korea. -LINK


"That's disgusting. There were clean athletes out there that have had their whole careers ruined by people like Lance Armstrong who just bended thoughts to fit their circumstances. He didn't look up cheating because he wanted to stop, he wanted to justify what he was doing and to keep that continuing on." - Nicole Cooke
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#12
RE: Football in Trouble?
(April 28, 2013 at 2:13 am)Aractus Wrote:
(April 28, 2013 at 1:33 am)cato123 Wrote: Rugby? I'd rather go to a gay bar on mud wrestling night.
:o

You are one brave man, Sir!

Bravery has nothing to do with it. Gay bar mud wrestling satisfies your desire to see strapping young men scrumming for a ball, but has the added benefit of far shorter distances to the pisser and the next beer. Efficiency, not bravery.
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#13
RE: Football in Trouble?
I guess your people play strange rules of "mud wrestling" if there's a ball involved...
For Religion & Health see:[/b][/size] Williams & Sternthal. (2007). Spirituality, religion and health: Evidence and research directions. Med. J. Aust., 186(10), S47-S50. -LINK

The WIN/Gallup End of Year Survey 2013 found the US was perceived to be the greatest threat to world peace by a huge margin, with 24% of respondents fearful of the US followed by: 8% for Pakistan, and 6% for China. This was followed by 5% each for: Afghanistan, Iran, Israel, North Korea. -LINK


"That's disgusting. There were clean athletes out there that have had their whole careers ruined by people like Lance Armstrong who just bended thoughts to fit their circumstances. He didn't look up cheating because he wanted to stop, he wanted to justify what he was doing and to keep that continuing on." - Nicole Cooke
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#14
RE: Football in Trouble?
Oh.

I thought this thread was about football.

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A cheap shot I know.
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#15
RE: Football in Trouble?
Now THAT'S the kind of sport I expect to find in gay bars...
For Religion & Health see:[/b][/size] Williams & Sternthal. (2007). Spirituality, religion and health: Evidence and research directions. Med. J. Aust., 186(10), S47-S50. -LINK

The WIN/Gallup End of Year Survey 2013 found the US was perceived to be the greatest threat to world peace by a huge margin, with 24% of respondents fearful of the US followed by: 8% for Pakistan, and 6% for China. This was followed by 5% each for: Afghanistan, Iran, Israel, North Korea. -LINK


"That's disgusting. There were clean athletes out there that have had their whole careers ruined by people like Lance Armstrong who just bended thoughts to fit their circumstances. He didn't look up cheating because he wanted to stop, he wanted to justify what he was doing and to keep that continuing on." - Nicole Cooke
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#16
RE: Football in Trouble?
(April 28, 2013 at 2:23 am)cato123 Wrote:
(April 28, 2013 at 2:13 am)Aractus Wrote: :o

You are one brave man, Sir!

Bravery has nothing to do with it. Gay bar mud wrestling satisfies your desire to see strapping young men scrumming for a ball, but has the added benefit of far shorter distances to the pisser and the next beer. Efficiency, not bravery.

It can be lesbian mud wrestling, that would be quite satisfactory.Big Grin
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#17
RE: Football in Trouble?
Cato imagines young men. To each their own...
For Religion & Health see:[/b][/size] Williams & Sternthal. (2007). Spirituality, religion and health: Evidence and research directions. Med. J. Aust., 186(10), S47-S50. -LINK

The WIN/Gallup End of Year Survey 2013 found the US was perceived to be the greatest threat to world peace by a huge margin, with 24% of respondents fearful of the US followed by: 8% for Pakistan, and 6% for China. This was followed by 5% each for: Afghanistan, Iran, Israel, North Korea. -LINK


"That's disgusting. There were clean athletes out there that have had their whole careers ruined by people like Lance Armstrong who just bended thoughts to fit their circumstances. He didn't look up cheating because he wanted to stop, he wanted to justify what he was doing and to keep that continuing on." - Nicole Cooke
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#18
RE: Football in Trouble?
(April 28, 2013 at 12:51 am)Aractus Wrote: Body against body? American football has so much padding there's no way you can accurately call it a "contact sport"! The contact of pad against pad?

The pads actually allow them to hit each other even harder, but as Min. pointed out, the problem is with the head injuries.
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#19
RE: Football in Trouble?
(April 28, 2013 at 9:49 am)Faith No More Wrote: The pads actually allow them to hit each other even harder

You really can't get hit much harder than this.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f3JDpsCTYBs
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#20
RE: Football in Trouble?
Not bad, Napo, but try doing some of these without pads.



Even if the open windows of science at first make us shiver after the cozy indoor warmth of traditional humanizing myths, in the end the fresh air brings vigor, and the great spaces have a splendor of their own - Bertrand Russell
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