General we like stats

facefacts

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Apr 26, 2012
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i like stats. prefer that to posts that are repetitive or like this one i'm replying to, add nothing to the thread

I like stats to, prefer them to posts by people trying to be forum police, that add nothing to the thread.

It was a pretty short post, try putting on your big boy pants and ignoring it.
 

Inruin

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May 19, 2012
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Auckland
I like stats to, prefer them to posts by people trying to be forum police, that add nothing to the thread.

It was a pretty short post, try putting on your big boy pants and ignoring it.
try putting on yours. only like dishing it out? well done big boy yourself. but you are right, it was a short post, would have been even better if it was shorter, like non existent
 

facefacts

1st Grade Fringe
Apr 26, 2012
2,785
try putting on yours. only like dishing it out? well done big boy yourself. but you are right, it was a short post, would have been even better if it was shorter, like non existent
I'll give you some free advice, try taking a few deep breaths and calming down a bit before you post, because your last one was bordering on incoherent rambling....maybe if you
spent less time worrying about other peoples posts, and more time thinking before you post your own drivel, i might be more inclined to take something you say on board.
 

Inruin

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May 19, 2012
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I'll give you some free advice, try taking a few deep breaths and calming down a bit before you post, because your last one was bordering on incoherent rambling....maybe if you
spent less time worrying about other peoples posts, and more time thinking before you post your own drivel, i might be more inclined to take something you say on board.
thanks yoga master for the advice. will certainly take on board what you have to say. suggest you do the same. leave it in your obviously very capable hands. i actually enjoy most of what you post. usually adds to the discussion. not in this case. anyway, have a good night, i think we have taken up enough space in here.
 

Miket12

Warriors 1st Grader
Apr 20, 2012
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Wow, stats...how unexpected.
Will, perhaps I should just make up players with imaginary stats like you did when discussing Maloney. Me, I prefer to deal with what can be substatiated instead of making claims that can't be backed up, are clearly wrong or just fabricated.
 
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facefacts

1st Grade Fringe
Apr 26, 2012
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Will, perhaps I should just make up players with imaginary stats like you did when discussing Maloney. Me, I prefer to deal with what can be substatiated instead of making claims that can't be backed up, are clearly wrong or just fabricated.

So i should talk to Dougie about things that can be substantiated?

And what is this Maloney dribble you're on about.....you need to use your stats, your words are confusing.
 

Miket12

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Apr 20, 2012
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facefacts

1st Grade Fringe
Apr 26, 2012
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I'll remind you, you said Maloney's missed tackles rate was better than a player who missed 50% of his tackles

https://www.nzwarriorsfans.com/threads/preview-rd-19-broncos-vs-warriors-preview.3679/page-9#post-18834

I'll take your word for it as i cant open your link, and i dont care enough to search for it....but seriously, do you commit every post i make to memory?

Maloney's tackle percentage is well above 50%, the only player that was and is still close to 50% this season was Vatuvei.
 

Miket12

Warriors 1st Grader
Apr 20, 2012
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I'll take your word for it as i cant open your link, and i dont care enough to search for it....but seriously, do you commit every post i make to memory?

Maloney's tackle percentage is well above 50%, the only player that was and is still close to 50% this season was Vatuvei.
More misleading rubbish about Manu and his stats. Amazing, and you called me a fanboy when I asked you if you meant Manu.

https://www.nzwarriorsfans.com/threads/maloney-protection.2178/