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Canadian Athletes

BiteMeElmo

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At least Canadians aren't the only ones who seem to have a little too much time on their hands.
 

nerudite

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BiteMeElmo said:
At least Canadians aren't the only ones who seem to have a little too much time on their hands.
Yeah, the funniest part of the story was the UK team, who brought along their personal trainer. Wouldn't want to sprain a finger when making the 'scissors'. ;)
 

SkeLeton

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One word....

....Pathetic.
You call that a sport? Heck! Even computer games are more "sporty" than rock-paper-scissors....
Will the 2004 Athens Olympics have a RPS category? I doubt it...
 

Cardinal

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Re: One word....

SkeLeton said:
....Pathetic.
You call that a sport? Heck! Even computer games are more "sporty" than rock-paper-scissors....
Will the 2004 Athens Olympics have a RPS category? I doubt it...
Do NOT dis my sport, my Chilean friend. I could have gone pro back in my more athletic days. Too many cracked knuckles and a broken finger have pretty much ruined my chances now. (sob)
 
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