A fight between any of these people (myself included) would be one of the funniest things I've ever seen.
Don't you think? It would probably look like a square dance for two.
I'll vote for the Saint. I think he's probably pretty nimble and wily.
I almost voted for the Saint, and I think he's a close second to custardchuk on my list. The Saint is pretty wily. I don't know about nimble, but he's built like a tank and I imagine you'd have to hit him a few times before you could knock him down. chuk has more life experience, and probably knows more dirty tricks, which gives him an edge.
I'm a pacifist.
Well, except for the time you were in that car chase in Toronto. I remember your telling me that when the cars stopped you were getting yourself psyched up to do some damage. This may have fallen under "messing with your peace," though.
if you ever messed with my peace then....let's just say you wouldn't get in a fist fight with me because you wouldn't see me and my mates coming...
Indeed. I'm a firm believer in avoiding fist fights in favor of laying in wait. Plus, you have sons. And you probably can throw a mean stick.
I actually think you are the most dangerous. A undercurrent of malevolence combined with a hair trigger is a scary combination.
You got that right. And these days, it's pretty much all trigger and no hair.
I'd also hate hate to fight Brad
Brad does has a serious reach advantage over the rest of us. I didn't think of that. You'd have to get inside quick and open him up, otherwise he'd just keep popping you with jabs all day.
I'm going for Cohrs.
Cohrs? What's Cohrs gonna do? Choke you out with his nylons?
I think I'll have to go with Rosh. Being an accountant (or so I hear) before finding the World RPS Society [snip]
Franklint, the line about my being an accountant has been repeated so often I'm inclined to start repeating it myself. However, it's not the truth. I did work for an accounting/consulting firm, but in a research capacity (securities filings, international trade, transfer pricing, intellectual property, that sort of thing.) I was never a CPA. And to be totally accurate, I found the WRPSS while
working there (not after.) It was a fun ride, working for Andersen, but then something called Enron came along, and the firm was cut up like a Thanksgiving turkey after a Department of Justice indictment.
I would hate to fight myself though
I hear you, brother. I fight this fight every day.
fighting is as much a game as RPS, and doesn't always mean you're mad at each other.
Cohrs, your response brims with wisdom, none higher than these statements.
Great story, too. Another great example of the "winning without fighting" ethic that makes up a large part of the Cohrs Effect.