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Old 03-29-2005, 01:31 PM   #31
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I ran ncaa cross country, and track. One hobbie in high school was ultimate frisbee. I can move. And keep moving. Im all in.
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Old 03-29-2005, 02:56 PM   #32
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Ultimate frisbee is alot of fun, played alot of that in college
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Old 03-29-2005, 03:09 PM   #33
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Hrm - It's looking like people want to run some practices. Seeing as how everyone's so spread out that could make it tough to assign positions then. I'm sure our resident military man, angryssg, would have to take leave and come up just for the game.

If we want to practice - does anyone have somewhere which should be located in the NOVA area we can use? I'm guessing we could use Mason's intermural fields. I could ask a friend who works for that office and see if that's possible. It's in Fairfax, don't know how that would work for everyone.

Another neat feature would to give every team a Redskins player as a coach - (just for the event of course). If this were to come true I'd expect Matty to push hard for Ade Jimoh.
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Old 03-29-2005, 03:24 PM   #34
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Hahahaha... I was hoping you'd say that. Now I hope you're a bust for them!!
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I seriously can see LaVar getting fired up at an event like this. I bet he would be one of the first to sign up to be a coach/official.
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Old 03-29-2005, 03:43 PM   #37
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I'd rather LaVar be actually practicing with the team during training camp than on the sidelines coaching us
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Would you REALLY? Even if he took just a couple hours to come coach us?

I'll say that if it made the difference between a single win or loss, then I'd rather have him practice.
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It would be cool if it was at a time the players could come watch!
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Hrm - It's looking like people want to run some practices. Seeing as how everyone's so spread out that could make it tough to assign positions then. I'm sure our resident military man, angryssg, would have to take leave and come up just for the game.

If we want to practice - does anyone have somewhere which should be located in the NOVA area we can use? I'm guessing we could use Mason's intermural fields. I could ask a friend who works for that office and see if that's possible. It's in Fairfax, don't know how that would work for everyone.

Another neat feature would to give every team a Redskins player as a coach - (just for the event of course). If this were to come true I'd expect Matty to push hard for Ade Jimoh.
Dont sweat it. I am already locked in for leave around training camp. I can also take 4 day passes. It is only a 7 to 9 hour drive up 95. I will be there this weekend too.

There is a park in Dale City VA. with a regulation size football field that is open to anyone who wants to play on it at any time during daylight hours.
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Old 03-29-2005, 10:09 PM   #41
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7-9 hours from Georgia? Wow - you must be Burt Renyolds!
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Old 03-30-2005, 12:29 PM   #42
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naw...from my parent's house in Germantown, MD to the Florida border is like 10 hours...

if angryssg is anywhere near one of the interstates, it's a straight shot and a quick on at that, since the speed limits in Georgia reach 75, SC and NC are around 65-70...
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7-9 hours from Georgia? Wow - you must be Burt Renyolds!
First of all, I firmly believe in the 10 to 15 over the speed limit rule (keeping just ahead of the flow of traffic). I came back from Germany about 5 months ago, and am still adjusting to the whole speed limit thing. Secondly there is no traffic on 95 until you reach Stafford if any at all.
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Old 04-11-2005, 03:10 PM   #44
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i experienced that first hand yesterday driving back from Florida...

the drive was great...until i got to Fredericksburg...seems like everyone forgot how to drive once we crossed an imaginary line.

an accident at exit 166 left a 6 mile backup...thank god the HOV lanes were open, as i was able to shoot over and keep speed. however, the morons in front of me had to slow down to almost a stop to look over at the accident and all the bright flashing lights...f'ing rubberneckers!!
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i experienced that first hand yesterday driving back from Florida...

the drive was great...until i got to Fredericksburg...seems like everyone forgot how to drive once we crossed an imaginary line.

an accident at exit 166 left a 6 mile backup...thank god the HOV lanes were open, as i was able to shoot over and keep speed. however, the morons in front of me had to slow down to almost a stop to look over at the accident and all the bright flashing lights...f'ing rubberneckers!!
I know we all hate rubberneckers until its our time to look and do the same as the people in front of us. LOL
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