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Re: Football vs Kitesurf

Postby john a » Wed Jul 09, 2014 8:28 pm

Toby wrote:You could also say:

Kitesurf: Brazil

Football: Germany

:thumb: :rollgrin: :naughty: :P


Hehe well that has bin proven true for sure now ;) :lol:

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Re: Football vs Kitesurf

Postby Jbrook » Thu Jul 10, 2014 12:59 am

I dont understand why they only use replay for offsides. They let referee's which means tons of human error and or chance to be bribed. They should use replay for goals, penalties and faking being hurt, but since FIFA is probably really corrupt so why use replay. If you fake being hurt you can get a yellow card. Would make soccer way better in my opinion. Kitesurf rules soccer sux!

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Re: Football vs Kitesurf

Postby Tiago1973 » Thu Jul 10, 2014 6:45 am

in the meantime a different way of playing



calcio storico

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Re: Football vs Kitesurf

Postby sijandy » Thu Jul 10, 2014 7:15 am

Bille wrote:
s1buell_wl wrote:...
No roads
No education
No real help for the struggling
Crime out of control
Many poor with no way out

...


Don't make a baby, if You can't afford one ;
don't expect me to feel sorry for Ya, if you do.

Brazil is mostly Catholic ;
Catholics don't believe in birth control .
See the irony here ?

Bille


So those in poverty loose the right to a family... talk about kicking you when you're down. A-M-E-R-I-C-A.... fuck yeah! :lol:

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Re: Football vs Kitesurf

Postby Westozzy » Thu Jul 10, 2014 7:33 am

Taigo I watched 10 minutes, then thought what is the actual purpose or goal of this 'sport' how do you win...? Last man standing ??

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Re: Football vs Kitesurf

Postby Tiago1973 » Thu Jul 10, 2014 8:17 am

ahahha. don´t know, maybe some italian dude can jump in and explain it properly, but there´s a ball and a net somewhere in the field

"too small to be a real war and too cruel to be a game"

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Re: Football vs Kitesurf

Postby Bille » Thu Jul 10, 2014 3:11 pm

sijandy wrote:
Bille wrote:
s1buell_wl wrote:...
No roads
No education
No real help for the struggling
Crime out of control
Many poor with no way out

...


Don't make a baby, if You can't afford one ;
don't expect me to feel sorry for Ya, if you do.

Brazil is mostly Catholic ;
Catholics don't believe in birth control .
See the irony here ?

Bille


So those in poverty loose the right to a family... talk about kicking you when you're down. A-M-E-R-I-C-A.... fuck yeah! :lol:


You DON"T get it ?

That quote you just made; is the Dumbest thing i ever seen. :lol:

Maybe if they only had (ONE CHILD), instead or 3 or 5 ; they wouldn't "Be" in Poverty ?

And YES, i outright saying that You owe it to society, to NOT make a baby
unless you can afford one. Making a baby is NOT a right ; it's a Privilege !!!

Bille

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Re: Football vs Kitesurf

Postby L0KI » Thu Jul 10, 2014 7:12 pm

Tiago1973 wrote:in the meantime a different way of playing
Calcio Storico
Holy Crap!...I know this game!
I did not know it had Italian roots (but we did have a lot of Italian kids in my neighborhood).
We played this game at lunchtime many days at Catholic Elementary School in New York State.
I was called "Keep Away" (keep the ball away from the other team).
Thirty or forty kids on each side out in a dirt field behind the school.
Everybody would wolf down their sandwich and milk in three minutes and run out to the field on a full stomach to beat the hell out of each other for the remaining twenty seven minutes of lunchtime.
4th grade against 5th grade, or 8th grade against 7th and 6th together, the kids younger than 4th grade stayed the hell out of the way and played marbles over in one corner of the field.
The field behind the school was supposed to be a grass playing field but it was just dirt, no money to keep it up, the priests spent the church collection money on cars they did not need or on hookers or gifts for their "favorite" altar boys.
The ball we played with was a Lacrosse ball, (so the size of a Baseball) much harder to take out of someone's hands unless you kicked their hand with the hard dress shoes we were required to wear in Catholic school. So their was a soccer element to the game too, with the kicking of hands.
Mostly lots of tackling and punching and wrestling grabbing to get the ball.
Lots of bloody noses, and black eyes, several broken hands, and a broken arm turned up.
People who I tell about this game, don't believe that went on in a school yard day after day.
The nuns would hit us with oak pointer sticks when we got out of line in class, it made perfect sense that we learned to be violent wild ass kids outside of class.
There were two other violent games we played, as well that were not quite as brutal, plus some Lacrosse and Football.
The nuns were in the school paying no attention to what boys were doing out on that field, the priests were across the street in the church or in the rectory teaching some alter boy a lesson he would never forget, or out and about in their cars "taking care of some official church business".
Ahhhhh, to reminisce about the awesomeness of a Catholic School education. :lol: :lol:

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Re: Football vs Kitesurf

Postby Jbrook » Thu Jul 10, 2014 7:57 pm

But what about what the Brasilian flag says, country without poverty? What a joke, lie to me more outright I dare you hehe!

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Re: Football vs Kitesurf

Postby awo » Thu Jul 10, 2014 10:16 pm

The brazilian flag says ore


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