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By Crazynoob458, Aug 28, 2020
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who will you ban (bad clone to stealphies)
The one that makes an alt. That’s not cool.
I would choose @Shadow#1 (he is an ass after all) but he occasionally helps people.
oh, yeah I saw that shadow thread where he was being made fun of. kinda mean, isn't it? I mean he can be an ass sometimes, but I don't want him to feel bad. though, he may be one of those people who doesn't care what others think. I certainly do most of the time.
guess i'm getting banned then. oh well
Dude's an ass.
You know what you did!
anyone who calls celeste a rage game
This user is a shit moderator.
beyond a shadow of doubt that SoulOfGazza nonce for relentlessly and annoyingly derailing many Switch threads with his anti TX behavior
Whenever he tries to help someone its usually out of date information he posts. Then gets all pissed off when someone actually posts the correct information. Plus he constantly one word posts ect. Should he be banned no is he an ass OH HELL YES
If I could get away with it I would ban everyone in this thread.
Once again need I remind you forgot the g at the end of ban
interesting fact from my schooling, but did you know that ping and pong for ping pong are Chinese characters that are the mirror image of one another like a person playing ping pong on either side of the table?
Note that contrary to popular belief, the word "ping pong" did not originate in China.
Ping pong was one of the alternate, trademarked name for the sport of table tennis. It was first used in England and later in the US. It became popular because it was used by the market leader at the time, the English sports company John Jaques & Son.
According to the ITTF website, the first use of the name "Table Tennis" appeared on a board and dice game made by J.H.Singer in New York in 1887, showing that the phrase "table tennis" had been around at least since then.
When the game started in the 1890s, various patented or trademarked names were being used by different manufacturers. So when the English sports company John Jaques & Son became the market leader in the 1920s with their version of the game called "Ping Pong", they decided that they would only allow their trademarked name to be used. On the 12th December 1901, "The Table Tennis Association" was formed in England, and four days later, "The Ping-Pong Association" was also formed. These two associations would later merge in 1903 to become "The United Table Tennis and Ping-Pong Association", and then would eventually change back to "The Table Tennis Association" before dying out in 1904.
On the other side of the ocean, the American rights were sold to Parker Brothers. As more and more ping pong tournaments were now being organized, The Parker Brothers also threatened legal action against anybody who used their proprietary trademarked name of Ping Pong without specifying the use of their equipment. Therefore an alternative name was required for this sport and the name Table Tennis was chosen. So, since that time, and particularly since the establishment of the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) in 1926, the modern game has been known as table tennis.
I'm talking about the characters for ping pong not its origin.
Those characters are called Yin and Yang not Ping and Pong.
fine. I'm done!