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Topic: Do not post Masonic Topics in this Forum
Posted By: Guests
Subject: Do not post Masonic Topics in this Forum
Date Posted: July/18/2010 at 1:10pm
This forum section is for Off Topic discussions. Please help us by posting them in the correct forum linked below.

http://forum.mastermason.com/forum_topics.asp?FID=1&title=main-discussion-board - http://forum.mastermason.com/forum_topics.asp?FID=1&title=main-discussion-board

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Posted By: tm274
Date Posted: July/19/2010 at 8:31am
I agree.
Have just "moved" some posts to the Masonic discussion area and it was this thread that made me do it.Big smile


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Posted By: SquareLevelPlumb
Date Posted: July/19/2010 at 2:03pm
How about Sports?
 
How about "How or Wives/Family members feel about THE CRAFT?"
 
The Miami HEAT?
 
My Philadelphia Eagles?
 
LOL


Posted By: daves
Date Posted: July/19/2010 at 6:21pm
Originally posted by SquareLevelPlumb SquareLevelPlumb wrote:

How about Sports?
 
Great idea!!

My Philadelphia Eagles?

Only if you let TM274 and myself include discussions on Aussie Rules Footy, Cricket and Golf
 


Originally posted by SquareLevelPlumb SquareLevelPlumb wrote:

 
How about "How or Wives/Family members feel about THE CRAFT?"

Might be best to include this in the EA Tyled Forum, just in case.
 



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Posted By: Guests
Date Posted: July/19/2010 at 6:36pm
Hell yeah, I love Aussie rules football and have been trying to really "get" the rules for cricket for about 8 years now.


Posted By: Guests
Date Posted: July/19/2010 at 6:55pm
Originally posted by SquareLevelPlumb SquareLevelPlumb wrote:

How about Sports?
 
How about "How or Wives/Family members feel about THE CRAFT?"
 
The Miami HEAT?
 
My Philadelphia Eagles?
 
LOL

We have a section for all types of Masonic discussion.

As for the Heat and Eagles this is the spot for posts about them.




Posted By: daves
Date Posted: July/19/2010 at 10:45pm
Originally posted by dualsingularity dualsingularity wrote:

Hell yeah, I love Aussie rules football and have been trying to really "get" the rules for cricket for about 8 years now.


When you grow up playing back-yard cricket with your mates from school, you sort of absorb the rules as you go along. In the meantime keep watching the game, preferably with a knowledgeable person sitting next to you. I still don't know what an RBI is in Baseball!

For you non-Cricket-playing peoples, the Marylebone Cricket Club (the arbiter of the laws of cricket) have produced this web site for you: http://www.lords.org/laws-and-spirit/laws-of-cricket/ - http://www.lords.org/laws-and-spirit/laws-of-cricket/


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Posted By: tm274
Date Posted: July/20/2010 at 7:57am
Originally posted by daves daves wrote:

Originally posted by dualsingularity dualsingularity wrote:

Hell yeah, I love Aussie rules football and have been trying to really "get" the rules for cricket for about 8 years now.


When you grow up playing back-yard cricket with your mates from school, you sort of absorb the rules as you go along. In the meantime keep watching the game, preferably with a knowledgeable person sitting next to you. I still don't know what an RBI is in Baseball!

For you non-Cricket-playing peoples, the Marylebone Cricket Club (the arbiter of the laws of cricket) have produced this web site for you: http://www.lords.org/laws-and-spirit/laws-of-cricket/ - http://www.lords.org/laws-and-spirit/laws-of-cricket/
 
 
Hmmm.........I dunno Daves.....some of those umpires don't know the rules at all, according to me!
You don't now what RBI means.........???
Everyone knows it means........Run Back In.....!!!!Tongue


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Posted By: jaya
Date Posted: April/07/2011 at 12:10pm
That makes no sense.

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Posted By: masonic.truths
Date Posted: April/07/2011 at 12:46pm
Originally posted by jaya jaya wrote:

That makes no sense.


It appears to be spam, I have reported the post to the Admins.


Posted By: jaya
Date Posted: April/07/2011 at 12:53pm
I figured they would see it after a mod told him he was in the wrong forum. It is either spam, or a complete nutcase.

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Posted By: Caution1010
Date Posted: April/07/2011 at 12:58pm
hAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHAhAHA!!!!!


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Posted By: jaya
Date Posted: April/07/2011 at 1:14pm
Lol, now that's an old one. A case of very bad translation. Next you will be speaking in 1337.

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Posted By: edwmax
Date Posted: April/07/2011 at 2:21pm
Ah ...mann   ... we not going to have fun with a nut case!!!!    Maybe he wasn't nutz, but had a real message for the undead.

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Posted By: De Darrah
Date Posted: April/07/2011 at 2:43pm
edwmax are you bored?  Need a new play toy to sink your teeth into.

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Posted By: edwmax
Date Posted: April/07/2011 at 3:31pm
Big smile   .... well .. what can i say ...   Ermm

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Posted By: farmerjoe
Date Posted: April/07/2011 at 5:07pm
Max, we shoulda let him go, but just keep blocking his posts, he could of at least gave us some humor.
 then we could share highlights somewhere for everyone else!!!


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Posted By: edwmax
Date Posted: April/07/2011 at 9:40pm
 I didn't muzzle him......

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Posted By: monte
Date Posted: April/07/2011 at 10:55pm
Originally posted by daves daves wrote:

Originally posted by dualsingularity dualsingularity wrote:

Hell yeah, I love Aussie rules football and have been trying to really "get" the rules for cricket for about 8 years now.


When you grow up playing back-yard cricket with your mates from school, you sort of absorb the rules as you go along. In the meantime keep watching the game, preferably with a knowledgeable person sitting next to you. I still don't know what an RBI is in Baseball!

For you non-Cricket-playing peoples, the Marylebone Cricket Club (the arbiter of the laws of cricket) have produced this web site for you: http://www.lords.org/laws-and-spirit/laws-of-cricket/ - http://www.lords.org/laws-and-spirit/laws-of-cricket/

I found out last Sunday that my city has a Cricket team.  I stayed and watched the match for about 45 minutes, only left cause I had prior commitment. But of what I saw I can see how baseball grew from cricket.

I always here about how long Baseball takes but this match was only 45 overs (an over is 6 pitches) for each team and they had been playing 4 hours and had like 20 overs left for the last team!   

They invited me to come back this Sunday and learn more.  I am hoping that they let me to try to bowl at the wickets!


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Posted By: daves
Date Posted: April/08/2011 at 12:45am
Originally posted by monte monte wrote:

Originally posted by daves daves wrote:

Originally posted by dualsingularity dualsingularity wrote:

Hell yeah, I love Aussie rules football and have been trying to really "get" the rules for cricket for about 8 years now.


When you grow up playing back-yard cricket with your mates from school, you sort of absorb the rules as you go along. In the meantime keep watching the game, preferably with a knowledgeable person sitting next to you. I still don't know what an RBI is in Baseball!

For you non-Cricket-playing peoples, the Marylebone Cricket Club (the arbiter of the laws of cricket) have produced this web site for you: http://www.lords.org/laws-and-spirit/laws-of-cricket/ - http://www.lords.org/laws-and-spirit/laws-of-cricket/

I found out last Sunday that my city has a Cricket team.  I stayed and watched the match for about 45 minutes, only left cause I had prior commitment. But of what I saw I can see how baseball grew from cricket.

I always here about how long Baseball takes but this match was only 45 overs (an over is 6 pitches) for each team and they had been playing 4 hours and had like 20 overs left for the last team!   

They invited me to come back this Sunday and learn more.  I am hoping that they let me to try to bowl at the wickets!

Arrrrgggghhhh!! An over consists of 6 balls. In cricket the ball must be delivered with a straight arm - anything else is called "throwing" or more popularly "chucking". It would seem that the quick bowlers would be more difficult to score runs off, but the "spiiners" who can get the ball to bounce and turn can be more difficult to play.

Hope you enjoy your next match - let us know what you thought.


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