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MarkGabb said:
then watch AFL
 
 I have watched Aussie Rules Football before, man these guys are soemthing else. Some proper mad players :lol:
 

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Ch4rlie said:
 
then watch AFL
 
 I have watched Aussie Rules Football before, man these guys are soemthing else. Some proper mad players
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I haven't before and think Rugby is more brutal. And is the aim of the game to be on topic with the former post? Otherwise this could go on for a long, long, long, while... 
 

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speaking of the former post...i think i arrived late...what is the aim of the game?
 

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There is no aim to this game.  There is no game.  There is no thread.  Moving on...
 
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moving on to the game continuing forever :)
 

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Dandyman3 said:
 

I haven't before and think Rugby is more brutal. And is the aim of the game to be on topic with the former post? Otherwise this could go on for a long, long, long, while... 
 
if you havent watched AFL how can you think rugby is more brutal?
 

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AFL, rugby and American football are all brutal.
 

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Americans wear helmets and padding. Thus the impacts are less violent. :p
 

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TallTree01 said:
Americans wear helmets and padding. Thus the impacts are less violent.
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The helmet didn't do Phillip Hughes much good though.  :-( And that was "only" cricket.
 
RIP
 

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TallTree01 said:
Americans wear helmets and padding. Thus the impacts are less violent.
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You might want to do a little research into that before you discuss that sort of thing.  The helmets give the impression of safety, but the players instead use the helmets as weapons.  
 
Look into the concussions suffered as a result of American Football, and the long term effects that are related to it.  Its an extremely frightening thing.  Some great players have committed suicide based on the long term effects to their brains, and many of those guys are now committing suicide in such a way as to leave the brain unharmed to be used for research to help future generations.
 
 
There are some names to look into:  Mike Webster, Junior Seau, Andre Waters, and Dave Duerson.  http://www.cnn.com/2011/HEALTH/05/02/duerson.brain.exam.results/index.html

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Americans wear helmets and padding. Thus the impacts are less violent.
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The helmet didn't do Phillip Hughes much good though.  :sad: ( And that was "only" cricket.
 
RIP
 
 
 
Yeah, I heard about that.  Terrible tragedy.
 

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Indeed, seems a pointless death for a good man. Thoughts go out to he, his family and friends. :(
 

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