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'Sport' magazine does it again

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maybe if people started moaning about the snowboarding governing body, the quality and quantity of tv coverage/presenters, how the UK snowboarding team was run by a no-mark who picks the wrong boarders and pisses the good ones off, how good honest snowboarders have been sold down the river by  the selfish Snowboarding super league etc etc, Snowboarding could be as successful in  attracting as many world wide companies as we are.

Ooh that hurts.

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My friend at work is an Afghan and watches it on his phone. Its mad.

 

 

Do you think it could catch on in Holme Wood?

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I remember reading about Buzkashi for the first time. The older fans interviewed complained that the game had gone soft, introducing the idea of teams and banning the use of knives and chains. Nowadays, you can only 'persuade' the man in possession to let go by flailing at him with a whip tipped with lead shot. The oldtimers also reminisced about the Eighties when, instead of a goat, a decapitated Russian officer was often used as the 'ball'. Now that's a hardcore sport!

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Today's edition is particularly vomit inducing. My colleague planted the magazine on my desk and announced there was "loads" of rugby in the magazine for me. I could only find a third page piece on the Warrington v Wigan game....

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Do you think it could catch on in Holme Wood?

It has alresdy. They use stolen mopeds instead of camels tho

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I could only find a third page piece on the Warrington v Wigan game....

 

Going up in the world!

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It has alresdy. They use stolen mopeds instead of camels tho

 

What about horses?

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