Most of those poor buggers break out in a rash when they have to cross the bridge too.
Gunny, is that you?
From the colosseum?
If you want to get technical, yes you're right.
October is the absolute outer reaches of typhoon season. But they don't always run that late..
It came very very close to getting physical one time(think between AB's and Tonga)
So the IRB being the 'rex hunts' that they are, decided to.
Might learn something about the world if ya get out of ya little north shore bubble every once in a while.
It wasn't typhoon season.
They were meant to have stopped a month before the tournament started.
Trouble is, you can never predict how late.
I'm happy to hear it.
I remember my father even telling me years ago, that when he was managing a team of South Africans, one of them(who was.
Massively misunderstood, even by rugby players.
I remember when I played, I'd turn around to the 2 locks(if 1 was big and 1 was lean) and go,.
Actually, getting well off track now.
But Kagoshima is where the Saffers were based for the cup.
The Satsuma fought and beat the brits.
Some pom was telling me in Tokyo(3 weeks ago), yeah they're big and strong, but they don't use it often enough on the field.
Bet he's felling like.
That's crept into the game though, I think refs are letting defences stand offside, as a result, the halves, are holding the ball, trying to.
I have to agree with that. Some of the rules with how they pack, have taken a lot of that out of the game.
But that was a good old fashion.
Form the article you posted, not a whole lot of difference between what he(he being a former all black) says, and what I said:
Karam, who played 42.
What's the problem?
You started the thread and now you don't want people to talk about it.
I never bagged anyone.
Does Vladimir Putin secretly.
I was aware of all that. The team I played for was very multicultural, with a strong kiwi influence.
But what haka are they actually doing?.
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