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    05 Oct '11 02:02
    Maybe the Rangers can pull it off this year!
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    05 Oct '11 13:16
    Originally posted by scacchipazzo
    Maybe the Rangers can pull it off this year!
    They look good so far. As long as the pitching holds out, they will do well.
    They can fall out of bed and hit.
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    05 Oct '11 13:50
    Originally posted by scacchipazzo
    Maybe the Rangers can pull it off this year!
    Well, they are nine points ahead already. Eight if you assume that Celtic will win their game in hand. Me, I'd much prefer if Motherwell would win it for a change. Or anyone else not in the Old Firm, really.

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    05 Oct '11 15:05
    Originally posted by Shallow Blue
    Well, they are nine points ahead already. Eight if you assume that Celtic will win their game in hand. Me, I'd much prefer if Motherwell would win it for a change. Or anyone else not in the Old Firm, really.

    Richard
    This is a baseball thread you ditz.
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    07 Oct '11 12:07
    Originally posted by shortcircuit
    They look good so far. As long as the pitching holds out, they will do well.
    They can fall out of bed and hit.
    WE agree on something at last!
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    07 Oct '11 12:40
    Originally posted by shortcircuit
    This is a baseball thread you ditz.
    Says you. The only name in the title, and the first post, was "Rangers". Now of course the lack of a real sport being mentioned could only mean one thing: it must be about a USA-specifc sport. Because those are the only ones that could possibly matter, right?

    Richard

    (Yes, of course I knew. But I didn't stop to realise just how abysmally bad USAliens are at grokking irony.)
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    07 Oct '11 13:13
    Originally posted by Shallow Blue
    Says you. The only name in the title, and the first post, was "Rangers". Now of course the lack of a real sport being mentioned could only mean one thing: it must be about a USA-specifc sport. Because those are the only ones that could possibly matter, right?

    Richard

    (Yes, of course I knew. But I didn't stop to realise just how abysmally bad USAliens are at grokking irony.)
    We only like the "good" irony.... 😛
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    16 Oct '11 18:39
    Originally posted by shortcircuit
    We only like the "good" irony.... 😛
    Euroweenies think they have a lock on irony and look down on us no matter what. Mind you they'd be speaking German and suerkraut would be their only veggie were it not for us. But let them think they have it all cornered. That's OK! As long as they stay over there and only bother us occasionally by calling us dolts and bumpkins. Doesn't bother me one bit.

    BTW "Ranger" looked awesome indeed last night. Like you said they can fall out of bed and hit. However, their starting pitching is worrisome indeed. I don't see them having two bad series in a row, though. What do you think?
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    19 Oct '11 16:58
    Originally posted by scacchipazzo
    Mind you they'd be speaking German and suerkraut would be their only veggie were it not for us.
    Erm... Kursk and Stalingrad are in Euroweenie...

    Well, OK, they're on the edges, but that's closer to Europe than your Rugby for Sissies is to real rugby!

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    19 Oct '11 22:57
    Originally posted by Shallow Blue
    Erm... Kursk and Stalingrad are in Euroweenie...

    Well, OK, they're on the edges, but that's closer to Europe than your Rugby for Sissies is to real rugby!

    Richard
    Stalingrad is firmly in Asia! Political accident that it belongs to Russia. We supplied the materiel for the Ruskies or they woulda been toast. Kursk was somewhat closer this way, but still east enough to be considered Asia. Even Euroweenies don't consider Russia Euroweenie enough to qualify. No wusses them Ruskies, but hardly coulda done it without the western front firmly opened.

    Apples and oranges. Rugby is but a mere predecessor of a real sport, American Footie! Predecessors are only that. Shadows of the modern thing.
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    20 Oct '11 04:16
    Originally posted by shortcircuit
    They look good so far. As long as the pitching holds out, they will do well.
    They can fall out of bed and hit.
    Maybe they fell out of the wrong side? 😕

    Cards 1-0!
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    20 Oct '11 14:261 edit
    As Bill Belichick said about the Jets and Dolphins playing each other... "Can't they BOTH just lose"?
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    20 Oct '11 14:57
    Originally posted by Phlabibit
    As Bill Belichick said about the Jets and Dolphins playing each other... "Can't they BOTH just lose"?
    They could tie. That would help.
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    20 Oct '11 15:00
    Originally posted by scacchipazzo
    Stalingrad is firmly in Asia!
    No it's not. West of the Ural + North of the Caucassus = firmly in Europe.
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    22 Oct '11 04:25
    Originally posted by Phlabibit
    As Bill Belichick said about the Jets and Dolphins playing each other... "Can't they BOTH just lose"?
    The patsies need help? that's RICH, Richard! 😀

    Now back to baseball... 😉
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