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Discussion: split the country

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Oct. 29, 2009
Men's 60
102 posts
split the country
Maybe SSUSA can use the Mississippi as a divider. The East side only plays East and West stays to the West. They can have their rules and the East can have theirs. They have Phoenix and the East can make the TOC its big tournament, just change the name. I'm not sure but I would have to say the West teams really don't come East anyway but I do know East goes West more often. You will probably have a field day with this but I for one am tired about reading about the stupid bat/ball discussions. I'm just aaa player so I don't know nuttin.:>)
Oct. 29, 2009
Men's 65
4549 posts
The Senior Softballs version of the Mason Dixon line.
The two then meet for the face off. But where, who decides, etc etc.
Oct. 30, 2009
425 posts
Stupid is what stupid says. Too much free time, Grumpy?
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