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    Now that Jes has changed his location to RWC 2011, I guess it's time to start talking about your country's chances. As previous title-holders and one-time southern hemisphere contenders, I'm embarressed to say I am not very confident. We did beat you yesterday Jes, but it's too little, too little.





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    Well, we've done poor in our warmups but I fancy our chances until we meet the all blacks
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    Scotland has always been my team because of my family but I don't see them winning this year.

    Rugby is one of those sports I just like to watch and I don't really care too much about who wins. If I had to pick like my 5 favourite teams I'd pick

    -scotland
    -australia
    -south africa
    -england
    -canada

    so if any of those are playing I'll be cheering for them. and if they play each other it's just exciting :P

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    USA's totally got this.

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    i wish i could sit with one of you a drink beer and watch a match so you could explain rules and scoring to me...
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    I work with a guy who played in college and refs it now. I don't understand it at all.
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    @ Keith and Chris - would be pleasure - then you could explain American Football to me.
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    The traditional haka that every kiwi boy learns to do before he even walks (english translation)

    Ka mate Ka mate (It is death It is death)
    Ka ora Ka ora (It is life It is life)
    Ka mate Ka mate (It is death It is death)
    Ka ora Ka ora (It is life It is life)
    Tenei Te Tangata Puhuruhuru (This is the hairy man)
    Nana i tiki mai whakawhiti te ra (Who caused the sun to shine again for me)
    Upane Upane (Up the ladder Up the ladder)
    Upane Kaupane (Up to the top)
    Whiti te ra (The sun shines!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zaniac View Post


    The traditional haka that every kiwi boy learns to do before he even walks (english translation)

    Ka mate Ka mate (It is death It is death)
    Ka ora Ka ora (It is life It is life)
    Ka mate Ka mate (It is death It is death)
    Ka ora Ka ora (It is life It is life)
    Tenei Te Tangata Puhuruhuru (This is the hairy man)
    Nana i tiki mai whakawhiti te ra (Who caused the sun to shine again for me)
    Upane Upane (Up the ladder Up the ladder)
    Upane Kaupane (Up to the top)
    Whiti te ra (The sun shines!)
    Probably will be performed at the final of RWC 2011 Zaniac.
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