March 31, 2009

"Maul preserved after laws review."

Headline that amused and mystified me.

14 comments:

Trooper York said...

I thought that was the traditional of feeling up the female students who participated in moot court as first started by Professor Bill Clinton at the University of Arkansas.

MadisonMan said...

Preserved maul tastes wonderful on crumpets, and on strumpets.

traditionalguy said...

what happened to the Professor's intuition? And what would Sarah Palin do when caught in a maul between CBS and ABC? This is all about female brains being faced with male muscle memories.

David said...

I like the idea of the ELV (experimental law variations.) Sort of like Vermont and California.

Lem said...

Heard all over down under.

Mauling today, mauling tomorrow... mauling forever.

hdhouse said...

Ohhh Trooper, there ya go again ya'betcha...

Methadras said...

I wonder how hammers and maces feel about this?

Lem said...

Tourture preserved on Obamas watch.

Beau said...

I wonder how hammers and maces feel about it?

Moderately pleased since the tong lost out to the mace.

Trooper York said...

Hd you had not posted for a few hours. I thought you were dead. Or at least I hoped you were dead. It's time you know. For you and Castro both. Why not give it up and leave for younger communists to take over.

It really is time for your dirt nap.

Dave TN said...

If you're going to peruse UK Sports sites, God knows what sorts of gobbledygook you'll find.

I've actually attempted to read a full story about a Cricket match once. It was like trying to read Chinese. The only thing that compares in the states is reading the Bridge feature in the paper.

m00se said...

Shows you what drinking shandy's and warm beer does to your brain...

Skyler said...

So has anyone figured out what a maul is yet?

Methadras said...

Skyler said...

So has anyone figured out what a maul is yet?


A maul is basically a large headed hammer. More like a large sledge hammer with a short shaft on the end of it. You can get one at Lowes or Home Depot. They were also used as weapons during ancient warfare. Man, I knew my AD&D skillz would be useful someday.