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  1. #1426
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    Quote Originally Posted by flowing alpy View Post
    chicks screaming at stones did not excite me, weird.
    From the other room the Japanese women sounded like actresses in some weird porno.
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    It was cute and funny for 5 minutes.
    Then they were giving me a headache.
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    I didnít catch the ladies curling. But I heard the Russian lady was hot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenny Satch View Post
    Absolutely

    CBC did a great job save for the Curling coverage which was too much IMO
    So damn proud what out brothers and sisters did 29 times over

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    Quote Originally Posted by billyk View Post
    I actually got into watching curling this time, and not just because the US men won GOLD (but that helped). I think the free guard zone, four rock rule really helped make the game more exciting. I hear they might be moving to a five rock rule next time?

    Anyway, despite some shocking upsets, I have to admit the Canuckistanies did pretty well, and congrats to you all, eh? Iím just glad there donít seem to be that many Norwegians gloating on here.
    Can you elaborate on the rule? Teh googlz does not deliver for finding the rules of curling.

    Edit: nevermind, finally found it: guards are not allowed to be hit out of play during the first 4 rocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flowing alpy View Post
    chicks screaming at stones did not excite me, weird.
    cuz they weren't YOUR stones

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    Quote Originally Posted by nutmegchoi View Post
    It was cute and funny for 5 minutes.
    Then they were giving me a headache.
    thank you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by zartagen View Post
    Can you elaborate on the rule? Teh googlz does not deliver for finding the rules of curling.

    Edit: nevermind, finally found it: guards are not allowed to be hit out of play during the first 4 rocks.
    Just some words I heard the commentators say. Beats me what the deep significance of it is, but thought Iíd share my newly acquired knowledge. The game is still pretty much a mystery to me.

    I also picked up that the Canadians are known to play a ďcorner guardĒ as an opening tactic, even when they have the hammer. So the US would open with a rock in the house close to the button without fear of it getting cleared, because the Canadians would follow up with their corner guard that actually guarded the US rock. Not sure I understood completely what was going on, but the commentators marveled at how clever that was.

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    That last paragraph looked to be in English but I understood none of it.
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    ^ Mute
    Scientists now have decisive molecular evidence that humans and chimpanzees once had a common momma and that this lineage had previously split from monkeys.

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    Huh? I thought that was great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Tortoise View Post
    Huh? I thought that was great.
    Good analysis. However, could do without the smarmy know-it-all comments and tone of voice.
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    Sure, It was a great result, just found the narration smacking of the usual Dartmouth grad pomposity- Jesse Diggins winning a sprint in the finish straight isn't a big surprise when she's in a group, even to the others skiers in the group.
    Scientists now have decisive molecular evidence that humans and chimpanzees once had a common momma and that this lineage had previously split from monkeys.

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