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    Flogging dead horses will be an Olympic event this year for the first time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReMark View Post
    Flogging dead horses will be an Olympic event this year for the first time.
    not a full olympic event but it is a demonstration event. I applied for tickets but couldn't get them - unsurprisingly oversubscribed. We did get tickets for football (soccer to you) and tennis at the olympics plus field hockey, cycles & athletics (track & field) for the warm ups. Add in some cricket and we have a good summer of sport!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dbroada View Post
    not a full olympic event but it is a demonstration event. I applied for tickets but couldn't get them - unsurprisingly oversubscribed. We did get tickets for football (soccer to you) and tennis at the olympics plus field hockey, cycles & athletics (track & field) for the warm ups. Add in some cricket and we have a good summer of sport!
    Then there are those who would sidetrack the conversation with remarks such as...

    If football is soccer, then what is field hockey. Where I grew up, cows left it in the grass.
    Crickets are not bad if deep fried and smothered in honey and cinnimon.
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    Deep fried crickets will be available at the Indian food court along with cricket vindaloo.
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    I like the idea of the live chat but then we'll be expected by soem to man the thing at all hours as though this were our job ......
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    Quote Originally Posted by DANIEL View Post
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    I like the idea of the live chat but then we'll be expected by soem to man the thing at all hours as though this were our job ......
    Yeah, I've noticed a number of new members posting a question (usually ambiguous) and then 5 minutes later they post with a bunch of faces wondering where the answer is. I can't imagine what the expected wait time would be on live chat.
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    Maybe we've spoiled them?
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    Ideally we would all continuously post totally random hypothetical preemptive responses, to as yet unmisforumulated ambiguous questions, in the imperative.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dadgad View Post
    Ideally we would all continuously post totally random hypothetical preemptive responses, to as yet unmisforumulated ambiguous questions, in the imperative.
    maybe


    as a point of principle I don't even read questions with URGENT!!!!! (or similar) until at least one day without response or 3 responses have been received.
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    I propose a new forum rule. Every answer has to be as purposely verbose, hyperbolic, and obfuscitory as possible.

    Dadgad, google says you are the first and only person ever to type "unmisformulated" anywhere on the internet.
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