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"We also are usually not as strong so sports and physical conflict
are out too.'
Have you not seen Buffy the Vampire Slayer? (plus I doubt I'd get
within 50 metres of Marion Jones in a race).
<When it comes to argument - we usually gain the upper hand - don't
> cliché's say so? We must trust those memes;-)>
Too true... :-)
Sorry, for being flippant.
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