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    TIF relax man, the AAAS is just a bit of lighthearted fun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jono
    TIF relax man, the AAAS is just a bit of lighthearted fun.
    It is not, it is a deadly serious organisation!

    A curse on you from the AAAS!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jono
    TIF relax man, the AAAS is just a bit of lighthearted fun.

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    No, honestly, what's the reason behind his continuous selection in the side? I was listening to some people gossip about cricket politics in team management and BCCi such as Dungarpur vs Dalmiya and how it hurt many young players etc... which i don't want to get into. But nobody even mentioned agarkar. Its as if his permanent presence has been more or less accepted. Why?

    All right, in all fairness he manages to get wickets, granted. But isn't it quite a certain fact that there are others who are much better bowlers than him?


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    Quote Originally Posted by marc71178
    It is not, it is a deadly serious organisation!

    A curse on you from the AAAS!
    Just curious... Do you have a sister organisation AAAS which goes by Anti Ajit Agarkar Society?

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    Quote Originally Posted by marc71178
    It is not, it is a deadly serious organisation!

    A curse on you from the AAAS!
    Give it up, Marc. Ajit Agarkar is about to get dropped for good and you lot will be out of business.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jono
    TIF relax man, the AAAS is just a bit of lighthearted fun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Armadillo
    Give it up, Marc. Ajit Agarkar is about to get dropped for good and you lot will be out of business.
    Since when would anyone with their given location of 'Essex' know about anything other than stealing cars?

    And don't say anything about 'Literate Essex' - that's just a fairytale like 'third star on the left and straight on till morning'
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    Quote Originally Posted by Armadillo
    Give it up, Marc. Ajit Agarkar is about to get dropped for good and you lot will be out of business.
    This is what detractors always say. It has happened in the past as well. The almighty has had resurrections which only the almighty can and it is only time before the non believers feel the power of the great AA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luckyeddie
    Since when would anyone with their given location of 'Essex' know about anything other than stealing cars?

    And don't say anything about 'Literate Essex' - that's just a fairytale like 'third star on the left and straight on till morning'
    Literate Essex does exist, honest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Armadillo
    Literate Essex does exist, honest.
    I'm sorry - you are basing your entire philosophy on a spelling mistake.

    Many, many years ago, the Iceni under Boudicca joined up with the Trinovantes tribe of King Chav in an attempt to throw the Romans out of Colchester.

    Their banners were meant to read 'Liberate Essex'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luckyeddie
    I'm sorry - you are basing your entire philosophy on a spelling mistake.

    Many, many years ago, the Iceni under Boudicca joined up with the Trinovantes tribe of King Chav in an attempt to throw the Romans out of Colchester.

    Their banners were meant to read 'Liberate Essex'.
    Little do you know, Eddie, that I am aware of the history of my county and there was certainly no King called 'Chav' in the oldest recorded town in the UK, infact, the term 'chav' is only a year or so old. If you want to see some real chavs go to Romford, Chelmsford is not chav central.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Armadillo
    Little do you know, Eddie, that I am aware of the history of my county and there was certainly no King called 'Chav' in the oldest recorded town in the UK, infact, the term 'chav' is only a year or so old. If you want to see some real chavs go to Romford, Chelmsford is not chav central.
    Erm... yes it is.
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    That was a tremendous six, the ball was still in the air as it went over the boundary.
    That's what cricket is all about. Two batsmen pitting their wits against one another.
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    agh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Armadillo
    Little do you know, Eddie, that I am aware of the history of my county and there was certainly no King called 'Chav' in the oldest recorded town in the UK, infact, the term 'chav' is only a year or so old. If you want to see some real chavs go to Romford, Chelmsford is not chav central.
    As I read this response I have tears of laughter rolling down my face - honestly, you have made my night.

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