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Xplicit Eg06
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In the late '80s, there was a small uprising in the world of paintball in Sri Lanka. It started out as a small movement, and eventually began to rise in strength and popularity. The communist leaders did not like this, as it was a large source of revenue that they had no controll over. They began to field a team, with the best hand picked communist paintball players in all the land. They were introduced at the communist convention of Sri Lanka in the spring of '89, and were set to compete in the National Sri Lankan paintball tournament in the summer. A small group of paintball freedom fighters had also assembled a scrappy, rag-tag group of Milita and Mulishia to fight alongside the Pro's. In the opening round of the tourny, the communist team demolished their opponents, not having a single team lost. Their star player, John Vaghen, scored all of their eleminations. The Milita won a hard fought, but horrible game. They had horrible teamwork, and second rate gear. But their heart was second to none. Both teams progressed through the rounds, with the Communists winning every game, and John Vaghen scoring nearly every elemination. But a similar star had emerged for the Milita. Patric Stephensen had become the talk of the tourny, with his amazing snapshooting and fablous personality. Both teams met in the Champoinship round, and it looked to be a blowout. The Communists scored two eleminations off the break, and another when a overzelous Milita tried to take a 50 bunker too early. The Milita evened the odds, eleminating two, and then taking a one for one with the Communists. Play progressed untill only the two superstars remained for the teams. Stephensen was down to only one pod left, so he knew he had to use it wisly. He slid into the opposing snake, and waited or Vaghen to make his move. Vaghen knew he was outskilled, so he tried to score one elemination and be eleminated at the same time. Knowing a re-match was his only and best chance for a win. As he came super-manning over the top of the snake, his fatal shot suddenly broke across the bolt of his marker! It only took one well timed squease of the trigger for Stephensen, and the match was over, and the Communists had lost. Infuriated, the Communist leader of the country had the entire team executed. Ever since then, Sri Lankans walk on pins and needles at even the slightest mention of 'paintball'

RIP, Sri Lankan Communist paintball team. 8/11/89

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Are you from Sri Lanka? BTW, that story was well-told:)
 
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