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    How good is it to see Cronk & Cords both there at training coaching the boys.. and of course along with Ryles and B Moz. Elite coaching right there sets up the younger boys really well.. very excited for this off season

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    Anyone know what days/times the boys are usually there for pre season training? I can see its at E S Marks Field. I might sneak in and have a look if there there at a certain time of the day.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by ChookMaster View Post
      How good is it to see Cronk & Cords both there at training coaching the boys.. and of course along with Ryles and B Moz. Elite coaching right there sets up the younger boys really well.. very excited for this off season
      Any photos or links to websites please??

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        Originally posted by GrubBER View Post

        Any photos or links to websites please??
        For the wank bank ? I like it

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          Originally posted by Easts75 View Post

          For the wank bank ? I like it
          I am in as well.

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            Originally posted by Easts75 View Post

            For the wank bank ? I like it
            Hahaha!!!

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                Soft porn

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                  I heard Cronk took Smithy out for a couple of cattleman's lagers the other night. They then ended up at an izakaya drinking high grade ishinshenshin* until 3am.

                  * (From wikipedia) Ishin-denshin (以心伝心) is an idiom commonly used in East Asian cultures such as Japan, Korea, China, which denotes a form of interpersonal communication through unspoken mutual understanding. This four-charactercompound's (or yojijukugo) kanji (Chinese characters) literally translates as "like minds, (are) communicating minds". Sometimes translated into English as "telepathy" or "sympathy", ishin-denshin (i-shim-chon-shim {이심전심} in Korean) is also commonly rendered as "heart-to-heart communication" or "tacit understanding".

                  Note from Jizzy: something Wikipedia does not mention is that some forms of VERY strong sake are referred to as 'ishindenshin'. Lotsa Japanese business deals are cooked up after a night spent drinking rounds of ishindenshin. People wake up the next morning having spoken via telepathy and they've magically come to a meeting of minds as a result.

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