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Re: Sports!
« Reply #15 on: July 28, 2015, 10:06:33 AM »
My dad's company has a box suite at the arena in London, Ontario, so I got to see the Memorial Cup final a year or so ago.

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Re: Sports!
« Reply #16 on: July 28, 2015, 12:54:22 PM »
i play volleyball sometimes

sometimes regular, sometimes hot potato

never had much interest in watching sports

it's like watching a let's play without the amusing commentary
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Re: Sports!
« Reply #17 on: July 28, 2015, 04:37:42 PM »
When i was younger, my dad got a few tickets to the Tacoma Rainiers game at Cheney Stadium in the top box. I had a lot of fun just hanging out and eating hot dogs with dad.

In between that, we would go to this pizza place called Casper's and watch football games together. One of the few times my stepmom wasn't taking time out of her day to scream at me for no reason.

Later on, i've participated in a few super bowl parties for the Seahawks.

All in all, really fun times even if i didn't have anyone much to share it with.


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Re: Sports!
« Reply #18 on: July 29, 2015, 06:31:54 AM »
I play soccer (played U19 at age 12)

What? I'm calling life hacks.  ;D
As for me, I am probably the biggest sports fan on this forum, going to 5-10 pro sporting events a year, along with a college football game and my state's high school championships.
How on earth do you have all that time to do that? =p


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Re: Sports!
« Reply #19 on: July 29, 2015, 11:13:14 AM »
I play soccer (played U19 at age 12)

What? I'm calling life hacks.  ;D
As for me, I am probably the biggest sports fan on this forum, going to 5-10 pro sporting events a year, along with a college football game and my state's high school championships.
How on earth do you have all that time to do that? =p
Sporting events are usually 3 hours.
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Re: Sports!
« Reply #20 on: July 30, 2015, 04:51:11 PM »
I play soccer (played U19 at age 12)

What? I'm calling life hacks.  ;D
As for me, I am probably the biggest sports fan on this forum, going to 5-10 pro sporting events a year, along with a college football game and my state's high school championships.
How on earth do you have all that time to do that? =p
Sporting events are usually 3 hours.
But I'm saying all year due to stuff like school, activities, etc.


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Re: Sports!
« Reply #21 on: July 30, 2015, 07:43:04 PM »
I play soccer (played U19 at age 12)

What? I'm calling life hacks.  ;D
As for me, I am probably the biggest sports fan on this forum, going to 5-10 pro sporting events a year, along with a college football game and my state's high school championships.
How on earth do you have all that time to do that? =p
Sporting events are usually 3 hours.
But I'm saying all year due to stuff like school, activities, etc.

15-30 hours a year.

I don't see what the problem here is.

There are almost 8.8k hours in a year.

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Re: Sports!
« Reply #22 on: July 30, 2015, 08:03:46 PM »
I play soccer (played U19 at age 12)

What? I'm calling life hacks.  ;D
As for me, I am probably the biggest sports fan on this forum, going to 5-10 pro sporting events a year, along with a college football game and my state's high school championships.
How on earth do you have all that time to do that? =p
Sporting events are usually 3 hours.
But I'm saying all year due to stuff like school, activities, etc.

15-30 hours a year.

I don't see what the problem here is.

There are almost 8.8k hours in a year.
But year-round? That's hard to do when you have school and other activities.


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Re: Sports!
« Reply #23 on: July 30, 2015, 08:23:00 PM »
But year-round? That's hard to do when you have school and other activities.
It doesn't even account to once a month.

You're overthinking this.
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Re: Sports!
« Reply #24 on: July 31, 2015, 12:05:22 PM »
I play soccer (played U19 at age 12)

What? I'm calling life hacks.  ;D
As for me, I am probably the biggest sports fan on this forum, going to 5-10 pro sporting events a year, along with a college football game and my state's high school championships.
How on earth do you have all that time to do that? =p
Sporting events are usually 3 hours.
But I'm saying all year due to stuff like school, activities, etc.

15-30 hours a year.

I don't see what the problem here is.

There are almost 8.8k hours in a year.
But year-round? That's hard to do when you have school and other activities.

That's like 1.2- 2.4 hours a month.

WHERE'S THE PROBLEM
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Re: Sports!
« Reply #25 on: July 31, 2015, 12:06:21 PM »
I play soccer (played U19 at age 12)

What? I'm calling life hacks.  ;D
As for me, I am probably the biggest sports fan on this forum, going to 5-10 pro sporting events a year, along with a college football game and my state's high school championships.
How on earth do you have all that time to do that? =p
Sporting events are usually 3 hours.
But I'm saying all year due to stuff like school, activities, etc.

15-30 hours a year.

I don't see what the problem here is.

There are almost 8.8k hours in a year.
But year-round? That's hard to do when you have school and other activities.

That's like 1.2- 2.4 hours a month.

WHERE'S THE PROBLEM
I'm just saying with stuff like school that I am shocked he's able to do all that.


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Re: Sports!
« Reply #26 on: July 31, 2015, 12:50:53 PM »
I play soccer (played U19 at age 12)

What? I'm calling life hacks.  ;D
As for me, I am probably the biggest sports fan on this forum, going to 5-10 pro sporting events a year, along with a college football game and my state's high school championships.
How on earth do you have all that time to do that? =p
Sporting events are usually 3 hours.
But I'm saying all year due to stuff like school, activities, etc.

15-30 hours a year.

I don't see what the problem here is.

There are almost 8.8k hours in a year.
But year-round? That's hard to do when you have school and other activities.

That's like 1.2- 2.4 hours a month.

WHERE'S THE PROBLEM
I'm just saying with stuff like school that I am shocked he's able to do all that.
School doesn't take up that much time.

Plenty of kids COMPETE/PRACTICE in sports AFTER a schoolday...
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Re: Sports!
« Reply #27 on: July 31, 2015, 01:05:52 PM »
I play soccer (played U19 at age 12)

What? I'm calling life hacks.  ;D
As for me, I am probably the biggest sports fan on this forum, going to 5-10 pro sporting events a year, along with a college football game and my state's high school championships.
How on earth do you have all that time to do that? =p
Sporting events are usually 3 hours.
But I'm saying all year due to stuff like school, activities, etc.

15-30 hours a year.

I don't see what the problem here is.

There are almost 8.8k hours in a year.
But year-round? That's hard to do when you have school and other activities.

That's like 1.2- 2.4 hours a month.

WHERE'S THE PROBLEM
I'm just saying with stuff like school that I am shocked he's able to do all that.
School doesn't take up that much time.

Plenty of kids COMPETE/PRACTICE in sports AFTER a schoolday...
Competing/practicing a sport =/= Big Sport Event


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Re: Sports!
« Reply #28 on: July 31, 2015, 01:27:08 PM »
Would you stop being such a smart-ass and just admit when you're wrong? God.
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Re: Sports!
« Reply #29 on: July 31, 2015, 03:53:19 PM »
I play tennis sometimes, but honestly dance should be considered a sport cause it's very much so difficult. I love dance though! So if you count that as a sport I also am in dance