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THIRTEEN Loukanika Since: 7.5.06 From: The outer reaches of your mind Since last post: 1316 days Last activity: 323 days # 1 Posted on 10.6.06 0430.39 | Instant Rating: 0.00 Saw this on Yahoo, figured I'd share... http://news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&cid=2628&ncid=2628&e=18&u=/ap/20060609/ap_on_re_us/wrestling_pregnancy_1 Promote this thread!
canis582 Mettwurst Since: 5.1.04 From: Reading, Pa Since last post: 2443 days Last activity: 2117 days
AIM: # 2 Posted on 10.6.06 1456.45 | Instant Rating: 2.35 Well that was a misleading headline... I just remembered that im absent minded wait i mean i lost my mind, i cant find it.
geemoney Scrapple Since: 26.1.03 From: Naples, FL Since last post: 3 days Last activity: 4 min.
AIM: # 3 Posted on 10.6.06 1738.56 | Instant Rating: 5.40 It's funny that someone who works for the Department of Economic Development (Misti Preston) has more of a "wrestler" name than the actual wrestler being discussed (Julie Utley). College, sports and more!: Experience It
jwrestle Lap cheong Since: 4.4.03 From: Nitro WV Since last post: 77 days Last activity: 30 days # 4 Posted on 10.6.06 2132.09 | Instant Rating: 1.09 Interesting article but she's right. Virginia, one of those type deals, has wrestler licenses and you have to have physical on record before you start. If they don't have the physical on record send the doctors to the events to stop you from wrestling. I've been first hand witness of this. If you can't beat'em whack'em with a chair! and ______________Don't cross Mr. Cheese!____________Pam Anderson and Trish Stratus make that hot!
TheBucsFan TheChiefsFan Since: 2.1.02 Since last post: 5 hours Last activity: 5 hours # 5 Posted on 11.6.06 0717.08 | Instant Rating: 4.42
Originally posted by canis582 Well that was a misleading headline... What could you possibly have thought the story was about, than? As for the story, this bit pretty much displays the flaw in this woman's logic: Opponents said if the state's motive is legal protection, it could make wrestlers sign a waiver saying they will not sue if they get hurt. What if the state's motive is protecting an unborn baby?
Since I'm guessing it's not legal (ESPECIALLY with commercially released and major fed matches), I'm'a close this thread. Just so no one gets sued.
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