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They were also arguing about getting a peace treaty done with North Korea.A real fight would have been far more entertaining. I think I'd bet on the South Korean to kick Dubya's ass. If such a fight were in the cards, I might even give odds.
He might be able to take Bush.Cheney on the other hand, would probably wing him :)
eb-misfit,I dunno, the Shrub's got probably six inches of reach on the Korean dude. I don't know how strong his kung fu is, however.
My first thought was lances on horseback, and then American style boxing. Oh well.
Not just the reach, Tam. El Shrubo doesn't strike me as being the kind of person who can take a punch.
Not just the reach, Tam. El Shrubo doesn't strike me as being the kind of person who can take a punch. He played rugby for Yale. If you can't take a punch, you don't last on a rugby pitch for a game, much less a couple of years.
I've given up all hope of Dubya coming up with as frank a diplomatic exchange as his father puking on the Japanese Prime Minister during the height of our economic tensions with them.
I thought he was a cheerleader for the rugby team, not a player.
In America, rugby is probably better fight training than Tae Kwon Do. In Korea, maybe not.
I thought he was a cheerleader for the rugby team, not a player. According to the Yale Daily News http://tinyurl.com/38cwtqBush was a fullback on a team full of international students, most of whom had been playkmxexying the game since childhood.
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