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Post by Bryan Tso Jon » Sun, 15 May 1994 14:26:42


        Just some notions I've come up with recently.  All are welcome
to contribute if they wish.

1) People fencing after two double espressos and no sleep.
2) Full-contact *** epee.
3) The arrival of an "Andre Agassi" of fencing, so tie-dye
uniforms become popular.
4) Andre Agassi fencing.
5) Bell-bottom knickers.
6) Fencing with a hangover.
7) SCA heavy-fighters fencing (Whaddya mean POINT control?!)
8) Director giving final touche to you cuz he/she likes your
shoes.
9) Horrid Thought: A Richard Simmons "Fencing to the Oldies"
crossover.

From Chico, land of cows and beer: The humble Mr. Tso

 
 
 

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Post by David Air » Tue, 17 May 1994 22:08:59


:       Just some notions I've come up with recently.  All are welcome
: to contribute if they wish.

: 1) People fencing after two double espressos and no sleep.
: 2) Full-contact *** epee.
: 3) The arrival of an "Andre Agassi" of fencing, so tie-dye
: uniforms become popular.
: 4) Andre Agassi fencing.
: 5) Bell-bottom knickers.
: 6) Fencing with a hangover.
: 7) SCA heavy-fighters fencing (Whaddya mean POINT control?!)
: 8) Director giving final touche to you cuz he/she likes your
: shoes.
: 9) Horrid Thought: A Richard Simmons "Fencing to the Oldies"
: crossover.

: From Chico, land of cows and beer: The humble Mr. Tso

Hey ... hang on (1,2,3,5,6,8) describe my club exactly.
        DAVID.

 
 
 

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Post by Mary Ellen Curti » Tue, 17 May 1994 08:05:30

Question: How many fencers does it take to change a light bulb?

  Answer: Two -- one to call for a technician and one to protest to
          the bout committee.

Dirk Goldgar

 
 
 

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Post by Dan Na » Tue, 17 May 1994 11:39:40

I thought "bayonet" was another class if fencing, rather than an electrical
connector.

Dan Nafe


 
 
 

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Post by Daniel P. Vun » Tue, 17 May 1994 13:52:15

Quote:

>I thought "bayonet" was another class if fencing, rather than an electrical
>connector.
>Dan Nafe



Does that mean "two prong" is fencing with a large fork?

Dan

 
 
 

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Post by CRASH » Wed, 18 May 1994 05:40:16

Adieu,
Mike  /+)---------

C:\DOS    C:\DOS\RUN    RUN\DOS\RUN

 
 
 

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Post by Fred Brunn » Wed, 18 May 1994 00:21:18

Ugh. This stuff should be sent to rec.humour.funny :).

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Post by KGOR.. » Wed, 18 May 1994 11:30:17


Quote:
>        Just some notions I've come up with recently.  All are welcome
>to contribute if they wish.
>7) SCA heavy-fighters fencing (Whaddya mean POINT control?!)

Nah, the scary part is the ones with point control, because they all aim 2
inches beyond the point they're trying to hit.  i.e. they aim at your heart
instead of your chest.

Kathleen

 
 
 

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Post by Kelly Fergas » Wed, 18 May 1994 23:26:30

Quote:


>: 6) Fencing with a hangover.

I gots to tell this story.  

Mike Jones vs. Tim Glass, Sunday morning epee tourney.  
Tim Glass should be well known to alot of you, Bronze medalist at the
Pan-Am games in the 80's, national champion, 1980 olympic team, etc.
Mike is a good enough fencer, but like most of us, not in Tim's league.
Mike has the most awesome hangover, from the Saturday night party, of course.
So, what does Mike do?  He has Tim at 4-4, and loses by stepping off
the end of the strip.

Kelly

 
 
 

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Post by fs.. » Thu, 19 May 1994 17:52:03


Quote:

>    Just some notions I've come up with recently.  All are welcome
> to contribute if they wish.

> 1) People fencing after two double espressos and no sleep.
> 2) Full-contact *** epee.
> 3) The arrival of an "Andre Agassi" of fencing, so tie dye
> uniforms become popular.
> 4) Andre Agassi fencing.
> 5) Bell-bottom knickers.
God forbid!!!
> 6) Fencing with a hangover.

doesn't everyone?  *laugh*
Quote:
> 7) SCA heavy-fighters fencing (Whaddya mean POINT control?!)
> 8) Director giving final touche to you cuz he/she likes your
> shoes.
> 9) Horrid Thought: A Richard Simmons "Fencing to the Oldies"

you are one sick person to dream that one up!!!!!  *grin*
 
 
 

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Post by SO943 » Thu, 26 May 1994 09:17:49

Fencers do it with a thrust and a lunge!

Fencers have faster hands and longer swords.