The weekly Paul Carige award

Discussion in 'NRL' started by legend, Mar 19, 2005.

  1. Meth

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    That was worse than Hingano for mine.

    It was an early shot too, wasn't it?

    How is it than Havilli ended up taking the shot? Who was directing the play? Their failure there was what cost the Raiders the match
     
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  2. Spot On

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    Dog shit.

    Cook carves every team up. He is turning into an absolute freak out of dummy half. Souths looked pretty plain without him last night nearly early losing to the GC.

    My reference to Scott was about having a bloke prepared to tuck the ball under the arm and do the stuff Wallace and Napa are not capable of. On one leg, unfit he would have put more effort into his opening stint than those 2 clowns did. He wouldnt be any worse in 'd' either.

    How dare you disrespect Matt Scott Beave. Where is the loyalty to the great man? Replace him with Wallace who struggled to carve out 30 m? Who the f**k is convincing Kevvie to make these selections?

    What the f**k has happened to you lot up there?
     
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  3. OzDragon

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    It’s seriously getting hard to pick just one winner every week. There so many deserving candidates this season.
     
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  4. SBD82

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    Hopefully after Monday lichaa is the outright favourite for the round, followed by woods, then daylight to the rest.
     
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  5. Cherry_poppins

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    There was 5 minutes left

    It was as dumb as using Hodko as your drop goal kicker when DCE is clutch and can kick them with both feet
     
  6. Meth

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    Sorry, I meant early in the count
     
  7. Cherry_poppins

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    Yeah 3rd tackle I think
     
  8. El Diablo

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    Ricky Stuart
     
  9. Lemon Squash

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    Just getting in early and nominating Parra before the game kicks off
     
  10. El Diablo

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  11. Cherry_poppins

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    He can just f**k right off to hell

    He makes Brayshaw look balanced toward the NRL/AFL divide

    Most biased little merkin I've ever had the displeasure of being ear raped by
     
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  12. Penrose Warrior

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    DCE. The worst kicking game I think I've ever seen on display the other night. The pathetic grubbers straight over the sideline (although that could be super coach Barrett's orders) and some of the most embarrassing field/short kicking I've witnessed. Then he got made Maumalo's bitch over and over again.

    But hey, he's getting paid.
     
  13. Lambretta

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    Yes, I suppose that's where your lack of understanding over the size of it comes from
    99% of Australians wouldn't know the difference between a yard, perch or chain and most of them probably think an inch is almost a metre
     
  14. kdalymc

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    I always thought inches.
    I remember in year 12 though, there was this new bird from Noosa saying she had a guy that was 23 cm and she loved it.
    Imagine that, a 16/17 year old copping 23 cm what the hell mannnnn
     
  15. the_flight_of_the_magpie

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    has to be Marcelo Montoya
     
  16. TheFrog

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    A yard is a bit less than a metre.
    A chain is 20 metres (22 yards), the length of a cricket pitch.
    A perch is 5.5 yards/5 metres (I had to look this up), used only in surveying or some such thing, also called a rod or a pole.
     
  17. Cherry_poppins

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    I'm 0.08 perch
     
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  18. Pedge1971

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    Of course we would mate, that is what this origin thingo is about.

    A long time between drinks and of course we are expecting zero sledging from u merkins if we get game 2 wrong at home....
     
  19. Lambretta

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    Yes, the rod or pole were one quarter of a chain. A chain was one tenth of a furlong and a furlong was one eight of a mile.

    The beauty of the imperial system was having divisions between the base units which actually meant something

    The metric system is simple because everything is divisible by 10 and therefore simple to calculate

    But metrics only shortcoming is that you go from centimetre to metre to kilometre. 100 to 1,000 is actually a big jump.

    Look at weights, an English person will tell you they weigh 10 stone. An Australian will say 65 and a half kilos because they don't have another identifier until you get to a ton.
     
  20. Lambretta

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    99.2% human
    0.08% fish

    You'll never play in goal for Fulchester United
     

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