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    Quote Originally Posted by mudskipper View Post
    Its was an Athletic oval... jargman... is my point... not a colossal subi...
    an oval is an oval is it not? Doesn't abour matter the size of the thing

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    Quote Originally Posted by jargan83 View Post
    an oval is an oval is it not? Doesn't abour matter the size of the thing
    Are... you can tell me......some are different shapes...


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    they both ovals?

    did you fail Kindergarten?

    I worry for your children............

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    its black and white.... now you seem to be a generalist jargs.... let me put it another way...


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    Quote Originally Posted by mudskipper View Post
    its black and white.... now you seem to be a generalist jargs.... let me put it another way...
    generalist? i fail to see how?

    an oval is an oval?

    I think your children could be smarter then you

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ovoid

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oval_(disambiguation)

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    Typical "oval" Athletics track consisting of two semicircles joined by straight segments.

    Opposed to a cricket oval....


    Think about it Einstein...


    same word but different....

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudskipper View Post
    Yes as i said its a converted Athletics track... the in-er bowl was added...
    Melbourne has a REAL rectangular playing field...perfect for rugby!

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    I'm not sure if it is finished yet but it will be a very good stadium... they want more rugby tests...

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    the Force could move to Melbourne to get a home stadium....

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    nooo MES is fine for the moment!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudskipper View Post
    Typical "oval" Athletics track consisting of two semicircles joined by straight segments

    Opposed to a cricket oval

    Think about it Einstein...

    same word but different....

    Well I'm not Einstein but I think you have just argued my point. See one of my earlier posts, possibly read the oval definition again. It doesnt matter what kind of oval it is, an oval is an oval.

    Cricket OVAL, Athletics OVAL, AFL OVAL


    I never said every oval is the same, but an oval is an oval

    Thanks for playing Mudcrab, unfortunately you don't qualify for any prizes, apart from another stint at your local Kindergarten. You can be in the same class as your kids

    Quote Originally Posted by mudskipper View Post
    I'm not sure if it is finished yet but it will be a very good stadium... they want more rugby tests...
    no the stadium was built as part of their bid for the 4th franchise. But instead of scrapping the plan when they didn't get it they proceeded with it anyway for Melbourne Storm and Melbourne Victory. It only holds 30,000 people

    Quote Originally Posted by mudskipper View Post
    the Force could move to Melbourne to get a home stadium....
    unlikely, the Force play in front of 25,000 instead of the 13,000 that the Brumbies play in front of. No chance of the Force moving, WA is still driving the Aussie economy is keeping the country out recession.

    Maybe if Canberra Stadium wasn't a converted oval they would get more people to the game, or maybe if it wasn't in a poor location and a pain in the ass to get to (so i have heard from a few people I know who used to live there)

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudskipper View Post
    Yes as i said its a converted Athletics track


    so that would match this would it not?



    which is still defined as an oval

    and your definition Canberra Stadium with straight sides and curved ends would match this



    which would just happen to be "WIN Jubilee Stadium" aka "Win Jubilee Oval"

    or similar to:



    pre-olympics, and of course AFL games are still held there, despite the sides of the ground being straight it is still an oval

    Quote Originally Posted by mudskipper View Post
    not a colossal subi
    Size isn't everything

    And of course the funniest thing about you getting worked up over this is:

    Quote Originally Posted by jargan83 View Post
    Did you know Canberra Stadium is a converted oval?

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    no jargs the Canberra stadium out field was never that large such as the Sydney olympic stadium...and yes jargs I did know it was an athletics field thats why its next to the AIS...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudskipper View Post
    no jargs the Canberra stadium out field was never that large such as the Sydney olympic stadium...and yes jargs I did know it was an athletics field thats why its next to the AIS...
    at least you finally admit to the fact that it used to be an oval

    Obviously it was never as big as ANZ Stadium, not enough Brumbies supporters in Canberra, i don't even think there would be enough people in Canberra (total population) to fill it

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    Quote Originally Posted by jargan83 View Post
    at least you finally admit to the fact that it used to be an oval

    Obviously it was never as big as ANZ Stadium, not enough Brumbies supporters in Canberra, i don't even think there would be enough people in Canberra (total population) to fill it
    enough people to run this country my friend...as long you guys keep digging holes in the ground in the west we can run an economy because as sure as hell the Sydney banks don’t know what the F--- to do with the market…

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