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Jasvir Nagra
August 5, 2002 18:47
Re: At long last! A Kiwi on the leaderboard!
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Arite mate!  Its all on then. The burden of a nations pride on these
weakling shoulders et cetera et cetera. =)

By the by, Andrew - there's no war paint involved in the haka.  Those
tattoos are literally carved into the skin of the face with a bone
chisel.  We're big on tackling the pain threshold around these parts
(probably because tackling the guy with the ball seems still outside
our grasp).

*hmm he muses sadly over his dubiously verbose code*

This kiwi isn't about to vooom unless I find my four million volts.
Any other kiwis out there willing to step up to plate and homerun the
challenge this Aussie has just *rolled* towards us. ;-)

/jas writes:

> It would be nice to see New Zealand finally represented on Sec's
> PerlGolf world map at
> Baiting Kiwis being a traditional Australian sport, I could
> not help but notice we finally have a bona fide Kiwi* on the
> leaderboard, Jasvir Nagra.
> Jas has endured a gut-wrenching weekend; first his beloved
> All Blacks lose the Bledisloe Cup:
> then salt is rubbed into the wounds in the Commonwealth Games
> gold medal matches in Hockey and Netball.
> En op 02 augusti 2002, sprak Dr Shampoo:
> >    Sir, consider fiery furry (or feathered, I have to check
> > what's left in term of bio-ammos) retribution to be already
> > on its way. 
> >    For the last time, it's not mascara, it's war paint!
> Alas, I am unable to compete this month, but come on Jas,
> you can do it! He is only 15 strokes ahead. And he is
> threatening people with flaming ostriches. Next he may
> be firing off flaming Kiwis (the bird, that is).
> Maybe you can do a Haka+ at him or something. ;)
> /-\
> [*] Alistair McGlinchy is a Kiwi-in-exile, living in UK.
> [+] Haka (n). Ceremonial New Zealand Maori war dance,
>     with war paint, accompanied by chanting.

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