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Socrates was the first to attempt a drop shot on the court. It had never been attempted before but a few lay claim to having conceptualized it. Indeed it had never ever been a part of one`s mental appratus before.

Socrates, having been to the Piraeus (the port of Athens) to see a festival, has been detained by several friends. A converstion has ensued, rather quickly, on the advantages of a drop shot. Thrasymachus, Glaucon, and Adeimantus press Socrates to attempt the first drop shot ever on the court and Socrates agrees. In his next match, he attempts no less than 114 drop shots and wins the match 6-1, 6-1.
 

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Splendid, once again. When are you and FedFool_2112 getting married? :p
 

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I really want to respond to the great potential this thread has, but I don't want to put in the twenty minutes of wikipedia research it would take.
 

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And Anaximenes was first moonballer right? Everything is air, and Anaximenes crater proves it
 

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Serving down the tea will kill you.
 

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Socrates was the first to attempt a drop shot on the court. It had never been attempted before but a few lay claim to having conceptualized it. Indeed it had never ever been a part of one`s mental appratus before.

Socrates, having been to the Piraeus (the port of Athens) to see a festival, has been detained by several friends. A converstion has ensued, rather quickly, on the advantages of a drop shot. Thrasymachus, Glaucon, and Adeimantus press Socrates to attempt the first drop shot ever on the court and Socrates agrees. In his next match, he attempts no less than 114 drop shots and wins the match 6-1, 6-1.
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So who was the first to bring the slice?

Genghis Khan?
 

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So who was the first to bring the slice?

Genghis Khan?
you could not be more right if you tried. Genghis Khan learned the art of a slice from the great Chinese martial artists of the day. if he could not slice them to death on the court, he would just slice them to death after the match off the court.
 

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Didn't we already have this thread last week? Stuff like this only works when it happens spontaneously.
 

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Didn't we already have this thread last week? Stuff like this only works when it happens spontaneously.
Thank you. Someone find that thread and just add this one on to the end of it. The only thing worse than beating a dead horse is digging up and beating a dead horse four days later.
 
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