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#2365442 - 08/12/08 Re: Ladies beach volleyball [Re: Redneck]  
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Hinnie-sighting........ cool

It was my pleasure..........Somebody had to do it. grin


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#2365451 - 08/12/08 Re: Ladies beach volleyball [Re: Hindsite]  
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Originally Posted by Hindsite
Walsh and Traynor after a win in Beijing........





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Even George got his pic taken with Kerry and Misty....... grin

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#2365455 - 08/12/08 Re: Ladies beach volleyball [Re: Hindsite]  
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I've been watching the girls also, very entertaining......Walsh is a tall drink of water, eh?



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#2365471 - 08/12/08 Re: Ladies beach volleyball [Re: SteelyEyes]  
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Originally Posted by SteelyEyes
That water polo confused me. I thought it was the worst synchronized swimmers in the world for a while there.
I've played water polo...essentially, it's smear the queer (can I say that?) in deep water.

#2365656 - 08/12/08 Re: Ladies beach volleyball [Re: GunGeek]  
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luckily I get a free pass -- my 6 yo boy is really "into" ladies volleyball and my wife thinks it's "cute". thus we get to watch it without having to pretend to be doing something else. grin




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Luckily for me my wife has always encouraged me to be involved with V-ball. We have traveled to numerous Pro V-Ball tournaments , both men and women........................ It's nice to have a supportive wife.

The most fun was as I mentioned earlier was the Manhattan Beach Open........I was actually commandeered to help officiate several pro match's that weekend...Great fun......... I was one of the linesmen who called the ball in or out.

While attending a Pro women's match , I recommend a good pair of sun glass's! grin

The wife recommends wearing them at men's match's.! grin grin


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#2365707 - 08/12/08 Re: Ladies beach volleyball [Re: Hindsite]  
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I have a tough time figuring out who plays for which team - a "shirts and skins" approach would be most helpful.


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#2365804 - 08/12/08 Re: Ladies beach volleyball [Re: JOG]  
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Originally Posted by JOG
I have a tough time figuring out who plays for which team - a "shirts and skins" approach would be most helpful.


brilliant!!

Get that man a beer!


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#2365824 - 08/12/08 Re: Ladies beach volleyball [Re: Barak]  
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Eventually I'll probably wind up completely rewriting it from little tests, the way I should have in the first place;


This reminds me of one of my favorite quotes, from horse trainer Pat Parelli:
If you take the time it takes, it takes less time!





Sorry for the hijack from the scantily-clad girls thread. wink


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#2365867 - 08/12/08 Re: Ladies beach volleyball [Re: ironbender]  
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Originally Posted by ironbender
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Eventually I'll probably wind up completely rewriting it from little tests, the way I should have in the first place;


This reminds me of one of my favorite quotes, from horse trainer Pat Parelli:
If you take the time it takes, it takes less time!





Sorry fro the hijack from the scantily-clad girls thread. wink

Well, YEAH! At LEAST you could have included another copy of hindsite's hind sight pix.. laugh laugh


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#2365888 - 08/12/08 Re: Ladies beach volleyball [Re: Redneck]  
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#2365896 - 08/12/08 Re: Ladies beach volleyball [Re: Redneck]  
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Who knows, you may enjoy this one too!

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#2365901 - 08/12/08 Re: Ladies beach volleyball [Re: ironbender]  
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LMAO....


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#2365903 - 08/12/08 Re: Ladies beach volleyball [Re: ironbender]  
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Now that's better.............It's an easy sport to get behind! grin


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#2365904 - 08/12/08 Re: Ladies beach volleyball [Re: Hindsite]  
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when the match is over, I hate to see them leave, but love to watch them walk away!


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#2365942 - 08/12/08 Re: Ladies beach volleyball [Re: Daverageguy]  
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Originally Posted by Daverageguy
Personally i like the womens softball better and it's a crying shame this will be the last Olympics for it as a medal sport...Reckon the usa's record of something like 5 losses vs 311 wins might have something to do with it?


Yep if the US has a lock on it get rid of it and bring in something like Team Head Cheese Making.


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#2367336 - 08/12/08 Re: Ladies beach volleyball [Re: 17ACKLEYBEE]  
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Okay, I'm going to call foul! After you guys posted the pictures of the ladies' beach volleyball, I decided to watch the men compete on the Olympics tonight. I thought I'd get to see some buff guys running around in speedos. Instead, the men wore those loose baggy shorts that look like skirts, and floppy tops.

Now what's up with THAT????!!!!

I asked Barak, and he said it was because the women wanted to wear those skimpy bikinis... and the men chose to wear their kind of outfits.

Hmmmmm. Something doesn't add up here.... smirk

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Well think about it Penny, do you think we want to see guys in skimpy little speedos uh, reacting to skimpy little speedos?








#2367347 - 08/12/08 Re: Ladies beach volleyball [Re: ironbender]  
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Originally Posted by ironbender
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#2367381 - 08/13/08 Re: Ladies beach volleyball [Re: BMT]  
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#2367408 - 08/13/08 Re: Ladies beach volleyball [Re: Barak's Womn]  
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Originally Posted by Barak's Womn
Okay, I'm going to call foul! After you guys posted the pictures of the ladies' beach volleyball, I decided to watch the men compete on the Olympics tonight. I thought I'd get to see some buff guys running around in speedos. Instead, the men wore those loose baggy shorts that look like skirts, and floppy tops.

Now what's up with THAT????!!!!

I asked Barak, and he said it was because the women wanted to wear those skimpy bikinis... and the men chose to wear their kind of outfits.

Hmmmmm. Something doesn't add up here.... smirk

Penny



Penny,

It sure does add up............The ratings are much better with the women dressed in very little !

Follow the dollar! smile


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Tod Rogers.....

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His Olimpic partner Phil Dalhausser.....

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Team #2 Jake Gibs...

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......and his partner Sean Rosenthal...

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Is that better........... grin



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#2367422 - 08/13/08 Re: Ladies beach volleyball [Re: Barak's Womn]  
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Penny, beach volleyball is boring. The girls wear skimpy bikinis to get guys to watch. You'll notice those skimpy outfits have writing on them - endorsements - money. I'll go one further and point out that a lot of these girls have had "work done" to look better in their bikinis. It's about exposure and money. Unless the guys are wearing a hat, there's not much advertizing on them.


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#2367478 - 08/13/08 Re: Ladies beach volleyball [Re: Barak's Womn]  
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Originally Posted by Barak's Womn
Okay, I'm going to call foul! After you guys posted the pictures of the ladies' beach volleyball, I decided to watch the men compete on the Olympics tonight. I thought I'd get to see some buff guys running around in speedos. Instead, the men wore those loose baggy shorts that look like skirts, and floppy tops.

Now what's up with THAT????!!!!

I asked Barak, and he said it was because the women wanted to wear those skimpy bikinis... and the men chose to wear their kind of outfits.

Hmmmmm. Something doesn't add up here.... smirk

Penny


Oh please Penny--tell me you don't like Speedo's... cry



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#2367488 - 08/13/08 Re: Ladies beach volleyball [Re: rob p]  
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Originally Posted by rob p
Penny, beach volleyball is boring. The girls wear skimpy bikinis to get guys to watch.
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You'll notice those skimpy outfits have writing on them - endorsements - money.
So who do I call to get 'signed up'? Wonder what the commentators would say after a tall babe with a bikini bottom that read, "GUNSMITH" on the back would say??? Hehehehehe
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I'll go one further and point out that a lot of these girls have had "work done" to look better in their bikinis.
Kinda doubt that.. Unless it's 'boob reduction'.. That sport keeps people in SHAPE!
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Ain't America great?

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