Games vs Reading a good book

Discussion in 'Gear' started by Big TT, Jan 13, 2012.

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How do you spend your free time.

  1. Gamer

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  2. Reading a book

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  1. Big TT

    Big TT Pro Bowler

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    Still good to go. Talk and your women are cheap.:clown:
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  2. Titans Eternal

    Titans Eternal Got the swagger of a cripple

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    Let the games begin.

    Prize, TT, lets get a date/location that works for both of you guys set up. TT, you are the uh, athlete- who does this kinda stuff. There a spot somewhere in middle TN that would work?
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  3. Fry

    Fry Hatin' is what I do.

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    I used to play Metal Gear Solid, Final Fantasy, Madden, Syphon Filter and adventure games.

    Madden sucks now. Metal Gear comes out like once every four years. Syphon Filter finished the story. I don't really have enough time to dedicate 80 hours to FF anymore and adventure games are on their way out because of a lack of online gaming.
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  4. Big TT

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    For the third time this link http://www.trifind.com/tn.html has the Tennessee events (to date anyways) for 2012. Pick one.
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  5. Titans Eternal

    Titans Eternal Got the swagger of a cripple

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    I see the one on Feb 12th, but I doubt that is long enough for Prized to prepare. April 01 is in Mufreesboro- maybe that would work?

    Im coming to this, whenever it happens.
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  6. theprizdfighter

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    I'm in the middle my high school's wrestling season. Coaching is much more enjoyable than I ever could have imagined. This is my second season with the program; last year we had our second state champion in school history...first in over 40 years.

    But I'm down!

    TT you've participated in 46? Congrats. :brow:

    Have you ever played a sport or anything competitive with a wrestler? We can excel at whatever we choose; we know how to push our mind and body when they both are saying no or stop. You will not enjoy seeing me cross the finish line before you. It may not happen, but I will stand by the times that I have predicted finishing ahead of you.

    Regardless, this is in all good and fun. Meaning, I will shake your hand beforehand and wish you the best of luck and shake your hand afterwards with a congratulatory remark.

    With that being said, let's iron out the date. I am in Delaware; an event where I wouldn't have to travel the full eleven hours to Nashville would be preferable.

    Either way, with it being in the middle of wrestling season I can begin to train. I would like roughly a full month to train after the season is over; so a late March, April date would be excellent.

    I do coach girls soccer in the spring, but I'm sure that won't be a problem.

    Bring it.
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  7. Gunny

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    Jesus this is another penis measuring contest that will never go anywhere.
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  8. theprizdfighter

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    Everything is a penis measuring contest on this forum, unfortunately.

    And what does Jesus have to do with it? :wink2:
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  9. Big TT

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    Talking crap from delaware, lol. I will do any event in Tennessee. I have done a couple in Alabama and would do those again. And I hate to break it to you but, what you are going to find is it takes the same "mental" strengths as wrestling, takes a lot of will not to quit to put in the hours of miles and miles of swimming, cycling and running. The truth is my sport is your sport's punishment, I am very good friends with our schools wrestling coach and am very familiar with the training that goes into it. And if wrestling is all you have done I would warn you to take a little time and do some research about what I do. And yes, I have taken on wrestlers before, as I said, I teach and coach in HS, I put a few of your types through my training torture on my cycling workout, they didn't finish the warmup. There is a nice short "sprint" in Murfreesboro in April.
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  10. theprizdfighter

    theprizdfighter Newb to the 19.5°

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    Murfreesboro sounds good.

    I have ran plenty of miles and ridden stationary bikes for countless hours losing weight. You can't intimidate me or get in my head. Your attempts are mute.

    As for the wrestlers that "didn't make it through the warm-up", well Tennessee isn't a hotbed for wrestling. Not saying the state doesn't produce some great wrestlers. But we are on another level, being butted right next to PA. I've been trained by NCAA Div. 1 National Champions, Olympic wrestlers and Olympic medalists.

    Another guarantee:

    I will be training harder than you.

    I do have to learn how to swim tho
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