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Old 07-05-2006   #1
 
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The Icecream Rules

After much discussion and argument with fellow crew members frontrangefred and I have decided to put an end to the debate. Here is what we have come up with;

It is based on the point system where

1 roll = 1 point
1 pin needing crew members help but not requiring a swim = 0.5 points
1 roping out of a hole but not requiring a swim = 0.5 points
1 swim = 3 points
1 swim requiring extensive boat/gear extraction = 5 points

If someone runs a drop and rolls/swims but no else in the crew runs the drop no points are awarded.

The person with the most points at the end of the run buys ice cream at the end of the day.

Playboat runs do not count

All crew members must be in agreement before putting on.

A bootie beer is not required after a swim and should be considered very uncool as ToddG would say "is on the level for frat boy antics".

Due the fact the ToddG is in the NW scoping the shit, he is the somewhat objective from CO and is the "decider" for ties and disagreements. Participants must agree to accept the "deciders" decisions.

There you go CO. Love it or leave it.

Peace out suckas,

PS. Evan and Fred for your information I prefer the classic vanilla ice cream sandwich with a chocolate crust.

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Yum, I like teh chocolate chip ice-cream sandwiches.. Yumm.
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How many points before a second serving of ice cream is owed? Also, I'm guessing that this rule is not retroactive, 'cause FRF would owe me a LOT of ice cream!
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Montucky rule (From what Selznick says) You have to drink a booty beer or you get left at the take-out.

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Why more points for a roll than an extraction?!?

Still rolling with the booty drink, anyhow. I personally prefer whiskey, though.
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Old 07-05-2006   #6
 
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Life/FRF - step off! You can't just come out with your rules for the ice cream game without even consulting the orginators. It's like making your own rules up for the "rap game" without consulting Dr. Dre. Bullshit man. Your rules are close but the point thing is lame. The "official" rules to the ice cream game will be released soon. Like Axl Rose son, have a little patience.
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Yeah right. We all know that the Ft. Collins crew can barely count in whole numbers, let alone decimals. Everyone will be arguing over bad math.

Booty beers suck. It's fun once to watch your friends gag down the booty beer as punishment, but its fun everytime when your bro has to buy you ice cream as a reward for cleaning the shit better than him. It's even more fun to enjoy it in front of him, on his dollar, in the hot afternoon sun.

I'm with wrangler, the originators need to clarify the rules.
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Old 07-05-2006   #8
 
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whoa, no offense intended dot com.

this was only my attempt to clarify knowing a long and lengthy discussion would then occur. we can't have lotsa changing the rules all the time...
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Lief, I think as a reprocussion of starting this thread you may owe ice cream to dot com... We'll have to call in the mediators.

Except Pete, he's probably busy practicing his safety skills.
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Old 07-06-2006   #10
 
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Leave it to the Life child to ejaculate prematurely.

The rules are very in-depth and require an intelect of someone like myself, a genius to break down to the lay-man, or Kutch. aka. Switchback Mountain.

I agree with dot com. points are gay, so those are out.

And I'll have you know Kyle that I was being safe, very safe, whoa. . . saftey, has really cool colors. cough, gasp, cough.

The rules are going to be released very soon so keep your panties on, one more word out of you Life and I'll be forced to silence you.

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