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Olympics - Ice Dancing

Discussion in 'SportsTalk' started by wossa, Feb 19, 2002.

  1. wossa

    wossa Not a ********* any more

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    I just happened to catch this last night as the last skaters finished and they showed who won.

    The French pair squeaked past the Russian pair by the slimmest of margins.

    This was the event the French judge traded a vote for.

    At least they got their pay off.:rolleyes: :rolleyes:
     
  2. gutter

    gutter Ruud Van Nistilroy

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    We have had this discussion before. And the simplest way to put it is........

    If you vote on it, it's not a real sport!!!
     
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    The Russian judge voted for the Russians. No trade.
     
  4. sdawg

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    So boxing isn't a real sport?


    :rolleyes:
     
  5. slydevl

    slydevl Asshole for the People!

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    Yes. Boxing, diving, and anything UNC is good in is not a real sport.
     
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    Depends on who's boxing. If it's Tyson, it's more of a WWF type event or even a human buffet.
     
  7. mathmajors

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    Yes! Basketball is a sport this year!
     

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