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The major reason why baseball is a poor product is the length of a game. Only went to one game but I needed another shave by the end :D

It was torture

Come to a baseball game in Japan bro, it’s a 3 hour drinking session with non stop chanting, it’s mad fun!

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Wed Oct 11, 2017 12:37 am
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AI's will be a whitewash with one win against Georgia.
I have lost interest in welsh rugby to be honest, its stagnated.
Welsh rugby seems rudderless, no game plan, no creativity. The coaches are devoid of ideas.

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Treforest Gump wrote:
AI's will be a whitewash with one win against Georgia.
I have lost interest in welsh rugby to be honest, its stagnated.
Welsh rugby seems rudderless, no game plan, no creativity. The coaches are devoid of ideas.


Er, what do you think of the Lions and their Welsh contingent?


Wed Oct 25, 2017 9:32 pm
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Treforest Gump wrote:
AI's will be a whitewash with one win against Georgia.
I have lost interest in welsh rugby to be honest, its stagnated.
Welsh rugby seems rudderless, no game plan, no creativity. The coaches are devoid of ideas.



So why not piss in private?


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Bouch wrote:
Treforest Gump wrote:
AI's will be a whitewash with one win against Georgia.
I have lost interest in welsh rugby to be honest, its stagnated.
Welsh rugby seems rudderless, no game plan, no creativity. The coaches are devoid of ideas.


Er, what do you think of the Lions and their Welsh contingent?

Looks like a bit of hand to me

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Bouch wrote:
Treforest Gump wrote:
AI's will be a whitewash with one win against Georgia.
I have lost interest in welsh rugby to be honest, its stagnated.
Welsh rugby seems rudderless, no game plan, no creativity. The coaches are devoid of ideas.


Er, what do you think of the Lions and their Welsh contingent?

Regardless of the past, do you think we will beat any SH team with the current group of players and the attack coach Howler?
A year ago I would say yes, but based on their current form they will sweep us aside. They have had two months preparing, we havent played as a full team since the 6N.

The Lions WERE, hence the past tense, a group of best players in very good condition and in form. Wales are not the Lions!! Massive difference and its going to be a reality check.

I hope Im wrong, but the love in with Howley has to end. Why do the players lack confidence when playing for their country? They become less than what they are!!

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Bouch wrote:
Treforest Gump wrote:
AI's will be a whitewash with one win against Georgia.
I have lost interest in welsh rugby to be honest, its stagnated.
Welsh rugby seems rudderless, no game plan, no creativity. The coaches are devoid of ideas.


Er, what do you think of the Lions and their Welsh contingent?

Regardless of the past, do you think we will beat any SH team with the current group of players and the attack coach Howler?
A year ago I would say yes, but based on their current form they will sweep us aside. They have had two months preparing, we havent played as a full team since the 6N.

The Lions WERE, hence the past tense, a group of best players in very good condition and in form. Wales are not the Lions!! Massive difference and its going to be a reality check.

I hope Im wrong, but the love in with Howley has to end. Why do the players lack confidence when playing for their country? They become less than what they are!!


The end of the love in with Rob Howley has already been announced, Gumpy.

He's leaving in late 2019. Have a bit of patience mun ......

I'm sorry to see that you're out of love with rugby and you don't recognise the improvement in the Lions players over the last year or so. Foxy produced some very, very good rugby on tour and that was and is good to see now he's back with the Scarlets, if not quite at his best yet.

Okay?


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Post Re: Decreased interest in Welsh rugby and rugby in general?
Only 10% of any population is into sport, ok, granted, it is probably higher in developing countries.

So more or less we're all fighting over the same ppl. And it seems that most ppl prefer contact sports over collision and combat sports. I obv. prefer collision sports. I don't watch boxing anymore because it's become too safe, fights being stopped way too early. Granted though, I think it's had its day, and MMA and boxing should be banned, punching has no place in society. But I like watching big guys smash each other to pieces with blood going everywhere. Some will call me a moron, but I cant help what I like.

IMO there are too many effeminate guys on TV especially on the BBC, and I detest rugby ppl mentioning soccer, as Inverdale did again last Saturday.


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Only 10% of any population is into sport, ok, granted, it is probably higher in developing countries.

So more or less we're all fighting over the same ppl. And it seems that most ppl prefer contact sports over collision and combat sports. I obv. prefer collision sports. I don't watch boxing anymore because it's become too safe, fights being stopped way too early. Granted though, I think it's had its day, and MMA and boxing should be banned, punching has no place in society. But I like watching big guys smash each other to pieces with blood going everywhere. Some will call me a moron, but I cant help what I like.

IMO there are too many effeminate guys on TV especially on the BBC, and I detest rugby ppl mentioning soccer, as Inverdale did again last Saturday.



Take up motorsport, you won't be disappointed that's for sure, no namby pamby crap there!


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Treforest Gump wrote:
AI's will be a whitewash with one win against Georgia.
I have lost interest in welsh rugby to be honest, its stagnated.
Welsh rugby seems rudderless, no game plan, no creativity. The coaches are devoid of ideas.


I think in general most who work within rugby circles of Wales seem fed up, the players looked frustrated and pissed off.

It has stagnated because its the same old crap week in week out,

International weekends used to be internationals, not you have regions and clubs playing on the same day.

It just does not feel special anymore.


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Premiership football on their big screen TVs.


I wouldn't what that shite if you paid me!!


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TrueGrit wrote:
Treforest Gump wrote:
AI's will be a whitewash with one win against Georgia.
I have lost interest in welsh rugby to be honest, its stagnated.
Welsh rugby seems rudderless, no game plan, no creativity. The coaches are devoid of ideas.


I think in general most who work within rugby circles of Wales seem fed up, the players looked frustrated and pissed off.

It has stagnated because its the same old crap week in week out,

International weekends used to be internationals, not you have regions and clubs playing on the same day.

It just does not feel special anymore.


Gatlandball #2 hasn't met with your approval, gents?

Moving along, he stated clearly and unequivocally that his side will continue to play teams of this standard for the next few years.

Playing teams capable of beating us is a bad idea then?


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Bouch wrote:
TrueGrit wrote:
Treforest Gump wrote:
AI's will be a whitewash with one win against Georgia.
I have lost interest in welsh rugby to be honest, its stagnated.
Welsh rugby seems rudderless, no game plan, no creativity. The coaches are devoid of ideas.


I think in general most who work within rugby circles of Wales seem fed up, the players looked frustrated and pissed off.

It has stagnated because its the same old crap week in week out,

International weekends used to be internationals, not you have regions and clubs playing on the same day.

It just does not feel special anymore.


Gatlandball #2 hasn't met with your approval, gents?

Moving along, he stated clearly and unequivocally that his side will continue to play teams of this standard for the next few years.

Playing teams capable of beating us is a bad idea then?



But where would he find a team Not capable of beating us? :D

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soap wrote:
Bouch wrote:

Gatlandball #2 hasn't met with your approval, gents?

Moving along, he stated clearly and unequivocally that his side will continue to play teams of this standard for the next few years.

Playing teams capable of beating us is a bad idea then?



But where would he find a team Not capable of beating us? :D


Good joke, piss poor assessment. :D

South Africa will test us on the weekend - we're missing half our starters.

We might not beat them 3 times in a row then ....

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