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alkaeda
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Have you been dropped on your head at an early age? If you end up in a car accident, for example, and become paralysed say from waist downwards, I wonder if you will have the same attitude.
maybe you minsunderstood me ... i was agreeing to the fact that half of them r slightly disabled if not disabled at all... so it makes everything so unfair and unexciting .... therefore shi*e
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(Original post by alkaeda)
maybe you minsunderstood me ... i was agreeing to the fact that half of them r slightly disabled if not disabled at all... so it makes everything so unfair and unexciting .... therefore shi*e
That's a problem. I've no idea how they make up for this. Sorry for the misunderstanding
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Captain Fantastic! Or Recipe for Disaster?

He's just got the job see http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/rugb...al/3714222.stm

What do you all think?
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I said bad choice as he always appears to be somewhat distant from the other players on the pitch - of course I could be wrong.
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ok choice. Johnson and Dallaglio both reccomended him so its good.
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Bad chioce, his form is pretty ****e at the moment.
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material breach
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(Original post by Everdawn)
Bad chioce, his form is pretty ****e at the moment.
he has hardly played so that is surely a pretty pointless statement
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(Original post by Incomplete)
he has hardly played so that is surely a pretty pointless statement
i second that
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Too much pressure, perhaps ?
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also most european countries have banned cigerette advertising so they seem to be moving east where it is accepted :rolleyes:
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(Quote, elpollodiablouk) I know somebody else who plays for Lancaster. He's played in tournaments all over the country

Omg, I play Ultimate Frisbee at Lancaster too (as you may have guessed from my username!) That is such a coincidence! Who is it you know? Just give a nickname or some other clue if you don't want to give his real name.

The Fish rule!!!
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burningwings
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think i could start an ultimate frisbee team at school?
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kkhan
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check the syt out brand new pics of him n other stuff buy amir khan shirt ofr only £14.99 n sign the guest book n pass it on

www.amirkhantheboxer.tk


thnk u
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sz72
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help plz!
i just cant remember!! :confused:
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goldenbarnes
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help plz!
i just cant remember!! :confused:
Boro legend George Hardwick moved over to Holland and it was he, not Cruyff or anyone else, who invented Total Football. Fact.

Not relevant, but fact all the same.
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I thought Alf Ramsie had something to do with it?

Was he the first english manager to use it?
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I don't see why not, if enough people would want to play. However, I don't think many other schools would have a team so the only competitions you could enter would be open ones. If you did this though you would come up against some extremely good university teams with a lot of experience behind them. I'm not trying to put you off; I think Ultimate should be much more widely known and respected. I just want to make sure you realise the possible drawbacks to creating a school team.

Also you would have to make sure you play with the standard size and design discs, as they're a little larger and heavier than normal ones.

Good luck if you decide to go ahead with it, it's a great sport!
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i thought it was an Englishman who invented it,
it was mentioned in a documentary.
i just cant remember his name!!
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(Original post by alkaeda)
Its like they did a shi* version of the brilliant olympics and put it in there so that ppl with disability didnt complain and cry.. sorry if that sounds harsh
That does sound rather harsh. I dont see a problem with them at all.
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I don't care about either but I think the idea is brilliant.
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