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Because when you have an ugly nose, you're supposed to cover it.

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Because when your pointy ears don't fit in a hat, you give up instead of cutting holes in all your hats.
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2-1 Orko over Snarf so far...
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I don't know either of those guys, so I'll say: just because of the primary colors. Shades of brown is weaksauce.
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and because while I was researching Moses, I found a most excellent battle that I wanted to ask you guys about. A three way battle

The Moses most of us already know about:


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St. Moses the Black

(from his website: St Moses the Ethiopian was a former gang leader, murderer, and thief in ancient Africa. However, he became a model of transformation. His is one of the most inspiring stories among the African saints.

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You had ten minutes to refresh the page!
I'd lost one of my pictures.

Yours is a good battle, though.
I'd have to go with :

because crowds can be so cruel.
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I think the Doughboy got robbed in the beginning. Granted it isn't the exact same doughboy but you know that he was created because of the doughboy. And this supersized doughboy would kick the Koool-Aid Man's @ss up and down the street so hard he'll be looking for Bill Cosby to give him some puddin' pops just to get over the pain.

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I would have to go with Chum, the person who survived the actual death match. Dr. Bio's strategy seemed to be to demoralize his opponent into committing suicide, and he lost before that could happen.
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53 v. 14

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Gosh darnit, three open matches at the same time?

We need a point of order!

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This is the official "Death Match" under consideration at the moment...
I vote for chum...because he is still around...though the similarities between the two are startling.

That puts chum at 2-1
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Hawking...because he has done guest spots on The Simpsons and Futurama
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(but Reeve was on South Park!)


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Hawking...because Futurama kicks south parks crude and classless ass.

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Hawking...because Futurama kicks south parks crude and classless ass.

no question...

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Hawking sweeps.
Even if Reeves could get up and around the earth a whole bunch of times again, Hawking would tell us how that really wouldn't make time go backward.

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Now - (Finally, unless dirka is fast again!)

The Moses most of us already know about:


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St. Moses the Black

(from his website: St Moses the Ethiopian was a former gang leader, murderer, and thief in ancient Africa. However, he became a model of transformation. His is one of the most inspiring stories among the African saints.

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The original Moses FTW.
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"Let My People Go"

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Because White Moses already has a win in this game...

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White Moses Wins, because essentially all archeological evidence indicates that folks who lived in the Holy land during the 1300-1500 BC era in which the biblical exodus probably took place, all exhibited bone structures that overwhelmingly feature traits typical of the various ancient Semitic peoples, rather than those found in Northern Africa or those exhibited by ancient sub-saharan, 'Black' Africans...

White Moses Wins 3-0. And for a change of pace:

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Ricky has actually done something

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I'll abstain, because if I were to vote for Ricky Williams Flaco would come in here and say I was beating him over the head.
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I'll abstain, because if I were to vote for Ricky Williams Flaco would come in here and say I was beating him over the head.
sounds like a Ricky vote to me...
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Ricky Williams

Because he's pure pwnage in that wedding dress...


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So whats the other option to vote for?
It's a "death match", not a "who do you like best contest"...

[hint: think about who you'd RATHER see dead...]


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So whats the other option to vote for?
my thoughts exactly. who is she fighting against?
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Give me the witch....the green one.
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It's a "death match", not a "who do you like best contest"...

[hint: think about who you'd RATHER see dead...]


Right.... but you are supposed to give us 2 options.
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White Moses Wins, because essentially all archeological evidence indicates that folks who lived in the Holy land during the 1300-1500 BC era in which the biblical exodus probably took place, all exhibited bone structures that overwhelmingly feature traits typical of the various ancient Semitic peoples, rather than those found in Northern Africa or those exhibited by ancient sub-saharan, 'Black' Africans...

White Moses Wins 3-0. And for a change of pace:
technically, Evilmav2, your reasoning is not sound. St. Moses the black is an entirely different person (well, and the picture you posted doesn't look very semitic ). and my vote mighta been for him, cause when the gang he used to run with terrorized the monastery that he'd joined, St. Moses the black tied them all up and carried them to the abbot. When the abbot said to let them all go, St. Moses the black converted them all to Christianity. If Christianity has some bad mo-fos, then he's their leader.

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I'll take the Green Witch...she has all of those flying monkeys that scared me as a kid...

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ok, we've talked about the problem of evil, and the extent of the atonement's application, but my real question to you is, "Could Jesus dunk?"
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