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    #31
    They've already deliberated over the incident for 4 hours.
    If this is appealed successfully, then they need to do an inquiry as to how he was cleared in the first place.
    Joke shop.

    And if there is anyone reading this who is involved in the appeal.
    Note Horwill's leg is coming down even before Adam Jones starts to drive, which is claimed to be why he lost balance.
    Last edited by Huwie; 27th-June-2013, 10:52.
    The axe that cuts the tree can easily forget, but the tree thats been cut will not forget.

    Originally posted by the plastic paddy
    Gwan the Welsh

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      #32
      The touch judges on saturday will be the Yin Yang of the rugby world. Poite with his gallic shrug to rucks and Pollock slapping the ****e out of his hip mic trying to get the attention of Joubert.

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        #33
        Yeah but were they deliberating? For all we know they could have closed the doors and watch smut and ate pizza for 4 hours and then played the claim that they'd spent a lot of time looking at it so the decision is obviously a good one.
        \"A million monkeys with a million crayons would be hard-pressed in a million years to create anything as cretinous as Battlefield Earth.\"

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          #34
          Originally posted by MunsterLux View Post
          The touch judges on saturday will be the Yin Yang of the rugby world. Poite with his gallic shrug to rucks and Pollock slapping the ****e out of his hip mic trying to get the attention of Joubert.
          Now there's an occasion where we should ramp up the technology, add an electric shock element to the wiring and give the head coach of each side a buzzer and they can shock the officials when they think they get something wrong.

          Even better, do it like the ref mic and allows the fans to pay extra to shock the goombahs as well. Do that at a Munster match and Poite would look like Michael Jackson all match.
          Last edited by Evil Omer; 27th-June-2013, 10:57.
          \"A million monkeys with a million crayons would be hard-pressed in a million years to create anything as cretinous as Battlefield Earth.\"

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            #35
            Originally posted by Evil Omer View Post
            Now there's an occasion where we should ramp up the technology, add an electric shock element to the wiring and give the head coach of each side a buzzer and they can shock the officials when they think they get something wrong.

            Even better, do it like the ref mic and allows the fans to pay extra to shock the goombahs as well. Do that at a Munster match and Poite would look like Michael Jackson all match.
            They'd have to build a new substation outside Thomond Park to deal with all the extra demand for current.

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              #36
              Originally posted by Evil Omer View Post
              Now there's an occasion where we should ramp up the technology, add an electric shock element to the wiring and give the head coach of each side a buzzer and they can shock the officials when they think they get something wrong.

              Even better, do it like the ref mic and allows the fans to pay extra to shock the goombahs as well. Do that at a Munster match and Poite would look like Michael Jackson all match.
              Might be as well to check if God is an MRSC member. Otherwise, if He decides to get in on the fun, we could end up with the view up-river from Foynes being something like this...

              Last edited by Thomond78; 27th-June-2013, 13:22.
              Ceterum censeo INM irrumandum esse.

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                #37
                Originally posted by John Cooper Clarke View Post
                The IRB have confirmed that they will appeal the James Horwill disciplinary decision following an extensive review of the case.

                With player welfare a key priority for the IRB, they have decided to appeal after Horwill was cleared of stamping on Alun-Wyn Jones in the first Test.

                He is free to play pending the outcome of the appeal.
                For how many weeks can he play ?? 3 ??

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