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Old 09-30-2009, 04:15 AM   #16
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**** Off, you rude ignorant little fart, i just gave an honest opinion that differ's from your's, so GROW UP & stop acting like some 1st time menstrating schoolgirl just because someone has the neck 2 question/disagree with you.
You didn't disagree you **** gobbling ****stain. You completely dismissed. There's a very distinct difference that uneducated, inbred trailer trash like yourself obviously wouldn't understand.

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You're a hypercrite of byzantine proportions & a classic cyber warrior who collapses under stress when any of his analysis is brought into question, you're totally inflexible when it comes too understanding the opinions of others which is no doubt down too your inexpierence of real life.
How ironic is that statement when you're the first one who tries to demean anyone else when they disagree with you, including myself just then? Do you realize how hypocritical you are in fact being? That's "hypocrite", by the way trailer trash. Hypercrite sounds like one of the Superheros your virgin ass jerks off to every night.

Yeah, I collapse under stress, despite the fact that I both backed up and reiterated my points about Floyd's chances, while you had absolutely nothing of any analytical merit to back up your half-assed opinion. What a stupid ****.

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I'am not remotely interested in what you think of mayweather i.e hating him ect, your'e meant too be able to give an opinion based on what you percieve to be the strenghs/weaknesses of each combatent & not on personalities & you FAIL
I did that. Twice. You responded by comparing Mayweather to Chavez. EPIC FAIL.

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So climb down of your self appointed throne your majesty & try to see the world as others do & that way you may recieve all the back slapping praise you so desperatly seek
No back slaps needed here. You can leave that to your father when he takes you from behind every night, Sanchez. I'll continue to see the world through my eyes while your face is constantly covered by the old, saggy balls of your male family members and animals. ****ing inbred faggot. Now go back to your dog and peanut butter routine.
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Old 09-30-2009, 04:27 AM   #17
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I wish Durenema had started this in the general forum. Now I'm going to have to sully the good name of the Classic Forum with the low brow beating I'm about to lay on this poor, dirty gutter trash should he choose to respond.
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Old 09-30-2009, 04:28 AM   #18
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You didn't disagree you **** gobbling ****stain. You completely dismissed. There's a very distinct difference that uneducated, inbred trailer trash like yourself obviously wouldn't understand.

How ironic is that statement when you're the first one who tries to demean anyone else when they disagree with you, including myself just then? Do you realize how hypocritical you are in fact being? That's "hypocrite", by the way trailer trash. Hypercrite sounds like one of the Superheros your virgin ass jerks off to every night.

Yeah, I collapse under stress, despite the fact that I both backed up and reiterated my points about Floyd's chances, while you had absolutely nothing of any analytical merit to back up your half-assed opinion. What a stupid ****.

I did that. Twice. You responded by comparing Mayweather to Chavez. EPIC FAIL.



No back slaps needed here. You can leave that to your father when he takes you from behind every night, Sanchez. I'll continue to see the world through my eyes while your face is constantly covered by the old, saggy balls of your male family members and animals. ****ing inbred faggot. Now go back to your dog and peanut butter routine.
I'am so glad i've got you to respond in this manner as i've allways wanted to EXPOSE you for what you really are: irrational, immature & emotionaly unstable so disqualifing yourself from any constructive debate.

Now i suggest that you go & get a hormone check up as it's more than evident that yer ostregen levels are way off the scale
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Old 09-30-2009, 04:37 AM   #19
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I'am so glad i've got you to respond in this manner as i've allways wanted to EXPOSE you for what you really are: irrational, immature & emotionaly unstable so disqualifing yourself from any constructive debate.

Now i suggest that you go & get a hormone check up as it's more than evident that yer ostregen levels are way off the scale
Yeah, my "ostregen" levels are something else. They've "allways" been. I'm such a "hypercrite".

Well, it looks like Durenema was too much of a bitch to throw down the gloves and have a brawl. So it's looking like no more fun, guys. He tried to present himself as a hot head, but apparently he couldn't handle the heat when I responded on his level, instead opting to take the high road when he himself started the entire thing. Talk about hypercritical.

Then again, maybe he simply doesn't have the time to get into it right now. That dog and peanut butter suggestion might've been a bit too tempting.
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Old 09-30-2009, 04:46 AM   #20
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Yeah, my "ostregen" levels are something else. They've "allways" been. I'm such a "hypercrite".

Well, it looks like Durenema was too much of a bitch to throw down the gloves and have a brawl. So it's looking like no more fun, guys. He tried to present himself as a hot head, but apparently he couldn't handle the heat when I responded on his level, instead opting to take the high road when he himself started the entire thing. Talk about hypercritical.

Then again, maybe he simply doesn't have the time to get into it right now. That dog and peanut butter suggestion might've been a bit too tempting.
Shame I was enjoying that banter
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Old 09-30-2009, 04:47 AM   #21
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Yeah, my "ostregen" levels are something else. They've "allways" been. I'm such a "hypercrite".

Well, it looks like Durenema was too much of a bitch to throw down the gloves and have a brawl. So it's looking like no more fun, guys. He tried to present himself as a hot head, but apparently he couldn't handle the heat when I responded on his level, instead opting to take the high road when he himself started the entire thing. Talk about hypercritical.

Then again, maybe he simply doesn't have the time to get into it right now. That dog and peanut butter suggestion might've been a bit too tempting.
You're hurting ar'nt you

You're finished, period, now shoooooo

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Old 09-30-2009, 04:49 AM   #22
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Shame I was enjoying that banter
fleaman: i ai'nt outer 1st gear yet, but later maybe, i'll keep an eye on the little rat, but i'd better go & part some more mugs from their money
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Old 09-30-2009, 04:52 AM   #23
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You're finished, period, now shoooooo

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I knew you couldn't stay away. I figured you'd respond with a bit more than that, though. Looks like you're not the tough guy you made yourself out to be, after all. The only one who's been exposed here is you douchebag. People here know exactly what I'm about, trust me.
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Old 09-30-2009, 04:59 AM   #24
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I have always wanted to see Duran VS Sweet Pea.
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Old 09-30-2009, 05:00 AM   #25
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Duranimal has a slight points lead on my card thus far due to his offense having slightly more substance. Sweet Pea started out aggressive with an impressive workrate but he lacks his usual precision, opting to go for a swarming assault.

Duranimal has to work on his defense, the shoulder shrug coupled with the hit-and-run isn't going to be enough to last all twelve.

All in all, it has all the makings of a FOTY.
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Old 09-30-2009, 05:03 AM   #26
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I asy Pea is ahead. To be fair to Duranimal his comebacks have been Cory Spinks-like whereas Pea is taking Duranimals name and chatting like him......doesn't make sense. It's like Cory vs Duran basically

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Old 09-30-2009, 05:13 AM   #27
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Pea is tapping that ass like a pornstar.
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Old 09-30-2009, 06:48 AM   #28
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Mayweather for me, the handspeed would pose problems early though, as Judah's did.
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Old 09-30-2009, 06:50 AM   #29
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I have always wanted to see Duran VS Sweet Pea.
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Old 09-30-2009, 07:06 AM   #30
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Trust me girls Age & treachery will ALWAYS overcome youth/brawn & skill
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