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Re: proffesional paintbal

In Reply to: Re: proffesional paintbal posted by megabyte on January 08, 2004 at 09:57:48:

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Posted by:
Matt "Nofrigginway" Fisher
on January 08, 2004 at 15:33:34

Yea, i agree with what your saying, the only thing i have to comment on again is the swearing, i swear when i play, and i think if it gi\ets ot an extreme point, such as calling each other names we should take action, but paintball is known for being a sport where anyone can play, i just think they players should be a little more considerate at times to families and impresionable teens, besides, it would really make the job easier for you refs as far as verbal abuse goes wouldnt it?

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