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on May 11, 2010
Ask the pope for the money, he loves children!
This efforts appear to - in all accounts - to be an effort on the parents part to solicit money for an Italy vacation.
"....considered to be up and coming powerhouses..." does not constitute monetary contributions.
In the case of an article being published in the Danville Weekly in regard to monetary contributions, I would like to see a specific authorized representative as a contact. In this case "The 680" Water Polo Club. As well as specific links to the articles, etc. that validate the "up and coming powerhouses". Which I am fairly certain don't exist.
Could just be me...but they aren't asking for the money to be given to them, they are hosting an event and working to EARN the money. If you don't want to be a part of it, simply don't partake.
I heard that trip went super nicely. The kids loved it there, they really felt that they grasped the true and fullest meaning of water polo while there. My oldest adopted son, Frederico Swuarez from Genova, Italy loved the visit that the lovely American players made to him while on the trip over to his hometown to play the game they love most! H20 polo!!!(subscripted "2" in "H20" because of the polar ion that consists of two hydrogen atoms and an oxygen atom) we like to call THAt one, "water." So these boys were veryyy well behaved on this adventure they encountered. They had amazing service at the lovely five star hotel they stayed at, and the manager was a very nice man who provided all needs for them, even free water and coca-cola at the most memorable meal, "The Last Supper" for the boys, (before they were to be severely beaten and bruised by their brutal and abusive fathers of this dreaded town "DANVILLE." They boys had a blastie building seix man pyramids and loved to have a good time searching for the "STOOOOUGGGUEEE!!!!" machine. The boys also loved the cultural experience while "making a splash" in the foreign lands :) The following is a fabulous quote from the article above. "The 680 Drivers will play against other Italian regional teams during the training trip, allowing them to experience international play." These young boys sure did experience their "international play" ;) This international play included hangin out with the "other foreign boys" and getting their cultural experience. I'm sure glad our kids in the States arent all drug dealers! Phhhffeeeuwwfff! Besides that point, our boys are not all tatted up like they are. grossoo! our boys dont dress like homos and ride around on vespas! gayboys! and our boys dont smoke cigaretess and very tight "v" neck teeees like homos. Our kids dont sell hashish plant either! and These so-called powerhousees haddd their share of great international play! These boys truly are powerhouses and two boys are using a certain type of "rhinosorous tranquilzer" to boost endorphins and sexual testosterone to increase hairiness. So these boys are powerhouses and will dominate you if given the opportunity. They could line up with the Cal Bears team and take them on most likely. If the weaker players stepped up they could, that is. And if they played that our 6 can beat their 6. I hope these powerhouses take it home next year!! yeeeeaaaaaaa babeeeyyyyy!!!
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