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  • SpinKiK
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    Spent ~15 minutes reading this thread and it just made my head hurt. I think we should change the title to "let's not about Fallon Fox for a bit, please."

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  • bobyclumsyninja
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    Originally posted by Devil View Post
    I'm not that easy to troll
    Originally posted by hungryjoe View Post
    well I am

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  • hungryjoe
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    Boby doesn't believe in anyone believing in anything contrary to his PC view of life.

    Tolerance is a two way street?

    I could give a shit as to what gender a person identifies him/her self. That's personal. Sports though?

    and another example of PC gone wild -

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013...-student-bill/

    California Gov. Jerry Brown signed a controversial bill into law Monday afternoon allowing the state’s transgender public school students to choose which bathrooms they use and whether they participate in boy or girl sports.

    The law would cover the state’s 6.2 million elementary and high school kids in public schools.

    Supporters say the law will help cut down on bullying against transgender students, The families of transgender students have been waging local battles with school districts around the country over what restrooms and locker rooms their children can use.

    "Now, every transgender student in California will be able to get up in the morning knowing that when they go to school as their authentic self they will have the same fair chance at success as their classmates,” Masen Davis, Executive Director of Transgender Law Center said.

    While California is the first state to pass a law of this magnitude, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Washington and Colorado have all adopted policies designed to protect transgendered pupils.

    Not everyone is on board.

    Opponents of the bill say allowing students of one gender to use facilities intended for the other could invade the other students' privacy.

    Randy Thomasson, of savecalifornia.com, says the law would “damage” kids.

    "This radical bill warps the gender expectations of children by forcing all California public schools to permit biological boys in girls restrooms, showers, clubs and on girls sports teams and biological girls in boys restrooms, showers, clubs and sports teams," Thomasson said. "This is insanity."

    The California bill, which was backed by a coalition of organizations including Transgender Law Center, Gay-Straight Alliance Network, Gender Spectrum, Equality California, ACLU of California, National Center for Lesbian Rights and statewide teacher and parent organizations.

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  • Devil
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    I'm not watching your cartoon. It most likely has chicks with dicks. I'm not into your freakery.

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  • bobyclumsyninja
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    Originally posted by Devil View Post
    He's mad because he wanted the man-freak to continue committing aggravated assault against women. He hates women but loves penii.

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  • Devil
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    He's mad because he wanted the man-freak to continue committing aggravated assault against women. He hates women but loves penii.

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  • hungryjoe
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    Yo Boby,

    You mad bro?

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  • Devil
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    Why do you get so defensive when I remind people that a he-she is a he-she?

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  • bobyclumsyninja
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    Originally posted by Devil View Post
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  • hungryjoe
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    Originally posted by bobyclumsyninja View Post
    So, Fox got KTFO in her last fight. How does that affect everyone's feelings about her?
    Guy got beat by a girl.

    Feelings have shit all to do with that.

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  • Devil
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    I love watching dudes get beaten up by chicks.

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  • Keslet
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    Originally posted by 1point2 View Post
    It has been described as an "upset" in post-fight analysis but I wasn't reading nor can I find pre-fight predictions. Evans-Smith has a (now) 2-0 pro record and a 5-4 ammy record.

    To me, in this fight, Fallon appeared to be the slightly stronger and somewhat more explosive fighter, but also seemed to lack conditioning. One fighter being stronger than the other is, of course, not unusual in any MMA match-up.
    5-4 as an amateur and only 2nd pro fight? I wouldn't think this would be a top of the food chain opponent then (could be wrong), and Fox still lost...that does make the argument a bit stronger for Fox to be fighting in that division IMHO...

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  • 1point2
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    Originally posted by Keslet View Post
    It is just one fight, but I suppose folks could look at this as an indication that Fox doesn't have an overwhelming physical advantage...sounds like it was a good fight. I didn't hear any of the pre-fight hype/build-up...how tough was this opponent supposed to be?
    It has been described as an "upset" in post-fight analysis but I wasn't reading nor can I find pre-fight predictions. Evans-Smith has a (now) 2-0 pro record and a 5-4 ammy record.

    To me, in this fight, Fallon appeared to be the slightly stronger and somewhat more explosive fighter, but also seemed to lack conditioning. One fighter being stronger than the other is, of course, not unusual in any MMA match-up.

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  • Keslet
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    Originally posted by 1point2 View Post
    Watched the fight. Fallon's wrestling was good but Evans-Smith's was better. Fallon showed strong basic striking and a well-conditioned kick catch. She looked strong on offense and seemed to either lose steam or lack game when on the defensive. Evans-Smith demonstrated dynamic grappling, excellent takedowns, good cardio, and solid striking in the ground game.

    Does this fight say anything about policy re: trans fighters in MMA? No, not really. It was just a good fight: a great match-up and a great display of athleticism by both fighters.
    It is just one fight, but I suppose folks could look at this as an indication that Fox doesn't have an overwhelming physical advantage...sounds like it was a good fight. I didn't hear any of the pre-fight hype/build-up...how tough was this opponent supposed to be?

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  • 1point2
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    Watched the fight. Fallon's wrestling was good but Evans-Smith's was better. Fallon showed strong basic striking and a well-conditioned kick catch. She looked strong on offense and seemed to either lose steam or lack game when on the defensive. Evans-Smith demonstrated dynamic grappling, excellent takedowns, good cardio, and solid striking in the ground game.

    Does this fight say anything about policy re: trans fighters in MMA? No, not really. It was just a good fight: a great match-up and a great display of athleticism by both fighters.

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