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Re: Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Winter Games. by johnnythemonkey on 18 March 2010 6:37am
 
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Re: Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Winter Games. by kazzzz on 18 March 2010 7:27am
 
How nasty, John. It's better viewing than watching a bunch of slobs playing darts in some pub, or watching ten pin bowling..WHICH is televised here.
Don't watch it, you have a remote control don't ya?
 
Re: Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Winter Games. by johnnythemonkey on 18 March 2010 12:58pm
 
I always speak the truth. Others are scared to.
 
Re: Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Winter Games. by suzulu on 18 March 2010 1:40pm
 
That is not a nice thing to say, Johnny, in fact it is downright horrible. Maybe you don't want to watch the Paralympics but other people will do. I certainly admire their achievements.
 
Re: Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Winter Games. by kazzzz on 18 March 2010 1:43pm
 
So do I Sue. John would you think that if it were one of your family competing?
 
Re: Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Winter Games. by johnnythemonkey on 18 March 2010 1:51pm
 
Why don't we have polar bear Olympics ? They're quite in vogue atm.
Or how about black one-legged lesbian asylum seeking single mothers with dyslexia ?
 
Re: Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Winter Games. by kazzzz on 18 March 2010 1:55pm
 
Incorrect use of an apostrophe....you lose 5 points, JTM.
 
Re: Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Winter Games. by johnnythemonkey on 18 March 2010 2:07pm
 
Sport is all about having a level playing field, hence the need to weed out drug cheats. The Paralympics can't be a level field, disabilities vary so much.
The pinnacle of sporting achievment in my opinion is the men's 100 metres or being the World heavyweight boxing champion.
If I have one leg yet can hurl myself down a track in a wheelchair in 5 seconds over 100 metres, does it mean anything ? It proves my arms are ok.
 
Re: Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Winter Games. by johnnythemonkey on 18 March 2010 2:11pm
 
Edited K....thank's. :)
 
Re: Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Winter Games. by kazzzz on 18 March 2010 2:19pm
 
So how does it affect you if a Paralympian wins a medal? Changes your life, does it? They've achieved something that might be run of the mill to people like you. Made their year, and their family's as well.

Bet you still have the medal hanging on your desk from when you won the boy's 100 yards in primary school. Lol.
 
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