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LHSvaulter
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Unread postby LHSvaulter » Fri Mar 28, 2008 11:44 am

Can you tell us who that elite vaulter was?

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Unread postby achtungpv » Fri Mar 28, 2008 11:44 am

Dean Starkey
"You have some interesting coaching theories that seem to have little potential."

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FreightTrain
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Unread postby FreightTrain » Fri Mar 28, 2008 11:58 am

Okay, okay, there it is again... The reference to the egg thing... This could be an absolute rabbit trail but this is no coincidence that it keeps popping up, noting now that Mitch, achtungpv and ashcraftpv have all used the same term "egged on". Something is to this, I'm telling you. Also, the term "those that do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it" (that was a hidden clue), I now note is in AshcraftPVs signature. While he is the admitted source of the hidden clues, there's several others that haven't been answered. But these guys are having fun with us. If you get over the pimpin', its actually kinda fun.

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Unread postby achtungpv » Fri Mar 28, 2008 12:09 pm

I just used the word "egged" since I have been outed for doing that to a degree (but not to degree you would think). It was really just to assure everybody that anecdotal story was true because it is. No other reason behind it. Really!
"You have some interesting coaching theories that seem to have little potential."

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Unread postby gtc » Fri Mar 28, 2008 12:53 pm

Anybody thrown the name Britt Pursley out there?

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rainbowgirl28
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Unread postby rainbowgirl28 » Fri Mar 28, 2008 12:54 pm

spike gibeault wrote:
none of his quotes say "edited", administrators can edit without showing it?


Yes. I edit posts on this site all of the time (mostly changing the title of threads) and it never says edited.

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Unread postby spike gibeault » Fri Mar 28, 2008 5:41 pm

rainbowgirl28 wrote:
spike gibeault wrote:
none of his quotes say "edited", administrators can edit without showing it?


Yes. I edit posts on this site all of the time (mostly changing the title of threads) and it never says edited.


so will you agree that the numbers are fake then? this is getting frustrating with all the lies and theories...someone please clarify if the numbers really are fake!
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Unread postby jcoover » Sat Mar 29, 2008 12:31 am

I have a question for the interview:

Question #1: What is your name?

That is all.
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Unread postby sooch90 » Sun Mar 30, 2008 4:43 pm

he popped his acl?!?!?

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nitro
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Unread postby nitro » Sun Mar 30, 2008 6:13 pm

Mitch wrote:These are all the All Americans Outdoors from 1990-1995... Take your pick guys

1990
Istvan Bagyula 5.60m
Kelly Riley 5.50m
Simon Arkell 5.50m
Mike Holloway 5.50m
Warren Smith 5.50m
Brit Pursley 5.50m
Bill Payne 5.50m
Greg Frenza 5.40m
1991
Istvan Bagula 5.80m
Bill Payne 5.70m
Patrick Manson 5.70m
Scott Hennig 5.50m
Scotty Miller 5.50m
Simon Arkell 5.50m
Bob Shank 5.50m
Rich Fulford 5.50m
1992
Istvan Bagyula 5.80m
Brent Burns 5.70m
Mike Holloway 5.60m
Bill Deering 5.60m
Mark Buse 5.50m
Jeff Bray 5.50m
Nick Hysong 5.40m
Jon Kelly 5.40m
1993
Mark Buse 5.60m
Adam Smith 5.60m
Martin Erickson 5.50m
Justin Daler 5.50m
Nick Hysong 5.50m
Brit Pursley 5.50m
David Cox 5.50m
P. Jon Kelly 5.50m
1994
Nick Hysong 5.70m
Bill Deering 5.70m
Mark Buse 5.50m
Kevin Brown 5.50m
Tim Mack 5.50m
David Cox 5.40m
Wayne Guidry 5.40m
Tim James 5.40m
1995
Lawrence Johnson 5.70m
Chris Pallakis 5.50m
Mark Buse 5.40m
Lance White 5.40m
Daren McDonough 5.40m
Tim Mack 5.30m
Jason Hinkin 5.30m
Tye Harvey 5.30m
Shannon Pope 5.30m


its not bob shank so take him off the list of possibles
pain is only temporary victory is forever

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rainbowgirl28
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Unread postby rainbowgirl28 » Sun Mar 30, 2008 7:22 pm

nitro wrote:its not bob shank so take him off the list of possibles


Haha you don't think your dad is secretly training behind your back? ;)

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Unread postby nitro » Sun Mar 30, 2008 7:55 pm

nope lol
pain is only temporary victory is forever


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