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  1. Anatolii

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    i was mad to the brim when i read that (^), but i know that is precisely your intention, to create an uproar around here; so 'm just gonna try and take you lightly as any other sensible BFer would.

    imo, it's really bad (and that's an understatement) of you to turn down and insult so openly, the only possible person who believes in you. especially when most of us doubt your very existence (your superiority in badm. that is).

    and i'd like to point out that as the challenged ones, badrad and co. get to choose the 'duelling grounds'. THEREfore, i believe it's you who should turn up at THeir club and beat (not literally!!) the helll out of them (like you're so certain you will).
     
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    what we can conclude about abc if he does not turn up and strut his stuff soon:

    All crown and no filling
     
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    1. Is that because the "advanced" players all get annoyed, and refused to play with u? :D

    2. This statement remind me about the story of "a fog sitting at the bottom of a well, and think the sky is just as small as the size of the well..." ;)

    3. Once u change "xxxxxx community center" to be "chinese national training facility", and get it confirmed, I will then really respect to ur superior skill, but still not ur personality, unless there's a change. :rolleyes:
     
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    Hi LB,
    How true this sentence of yours. For us common mortals that play in community centers and comparing with top professionals, well just say the gap is just not measurable. :eek:
     
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    most likely the case ;

     
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    wait.. that means that he only plays when he's sure of a victory?
    ooh...my brain hurts...:crying:
    would that explain why he hasn't shown up for his challenges?
     
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    I'm pretty sure those guys are not part of any "gangs" (don't let the tatoos fool you).

    Knowing those guys, pending on their work schedule, they play at a whole bunch of places and they are definitely definitely keeping an :cool: "eye out for the challenger". :cool:

    Cheers!
     
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    Speaking of my own experience, I used to fell into the same trap before. Way back then, I only played within relatively low lvl clubs, and always think i am competitive (or, at least, not too bad). After participate in local tournies and higher lvl clubs, I found out the world is cruel, as I got chopped easily most of the time. :(

    Therefore, more training... ;)
     
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    Yes, I've heard that bunch plays at a lot of different places, not only at your club. I thought they were pretty easy going guys, but you can never really tell about people. Maybe they were just kidding around although their tone sounded pretty genuine, especially that shorter fellow (the one with tattoos) who was punching that wall while they were talking. Man, the guy must not feel any pain!

    Well, better safe than sorry, some people take the game too seriously.

    *If you are one of those guys reading this post, please lighten up a bit. I think whoever these alpha kids didn't mean to get you or anyone so angry. So please don't consider doing what you guys were saying.*
     
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    i think the only one who can really vouch for abcd would be RichHo, since he's the only person who has actually played with him, and seems to know him. RichHo would be the only person to ID him if he ever actually showed up anywhere.
     
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    well it seem abcdef.. was able to induce harsh responses from non-vancouverian posters here as well, imagine what and how many more vancouverian he had inflamed. Beside, who say vancouverian challengers to abcdef.. have to play badminton at all :rolleyes: Most challenges are settled off court, the old fashion way may i say:p Prepare for the rumbles abcdef... :D
     
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    I am sure BF cannot condone even talking about these type of actions.......Try keep it Badminton PLAYING related.

    abcdefghijklmno please be a little less outspoken, for your own safety.
     
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    I think it might be too late for abcdef... He is already a labelled man (or kid) :D
     
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    An aside. We're vancouverites :)
     
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    Well if this must be settled off court.. I must be done properly.

    Wing eating contest!!!!
     
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    actually, it was more for general precaution.

    likely nothing would come of it, I've seen and heard many hollow threats before. maybe just blowing off some steam.

    but then again, maybe not... who really knows? I wouldn't dare to second guess. so, maybe for the next little while - abcde.. or whoever... just be careful out there.
     
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    While we're at it, and since this thread's been so macho in tone, let's go for the world record.

    Chicken Fingers
    2 pounds, 2.5 ounces Hooter's chicken wings
    5 minutes
    Cookie Jarvis


    From the International Federation of Competitive Eating website.
     
  18. badrad

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    oh!!! i really think inhaliing vast amounts of wings defeats the enjoyment of a meal!

    but... hey, okay, I'm convinced! *sleeves rolled up* let's dig in!

    let's make it exciting - the wings gotta be screamer hots! yahoo! AND NO WATER or other Fluids!
     
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    I thought Water makes it worse, since it simply spreads the heat around the mouth. Dry bread/rice/naan is the best, as this takes the heat to the stomach, away from your senses!
     
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    I'll take Teryaki or Honey Garlic. My best is 120 wings in one sitting. ( gotta love 10 cents wing nite). Though I didn't feel like eating breakfast the next day.

    The person who ate all that butter better be in badminton shape - that be a whole lotta heart attack to ingest.
     
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