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___Laser___ #1 Posted Feb 27 2014 - 03:14

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No need to climb league ladders nor endure a strenuous WGLNA Gold-Silver-Bronze-Open season. If you ever wanted to know how your team would match-up against another in a different league? Here's your shot!

 

The prize pool awards 20,000 gold to the overall winner and prizes are extended as far as 128 teams. :medal:

 

Good luck, have fun and may the best team be declared St. Paddy's Cup Champion :izmena:


Edited by Captain_Judo, Mar 04 2014 - 21:44.


Commander_Jay #2 Posted Mar 02 2014 - 05:36

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Sounds great!  We'll be there!

 

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I think you mean 22:15?



MrMainiac #3 Posted Mar 02 2014 - 19:39

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View PostCaptain_Judo, on Feb 27 2014 - 02:14, said:

Registration EndsSunday, March 13

 

 

Don't you mean thursday?



ItzBlitz #4 Posted Mar 02 2014 - 20:28

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nikeshoks #5 Posted Mar 02 2014 - 20:39

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Off topic but, St. Patty's day? isn't Patty a girls name? I think you got Patty mixed up with Paddy.

suicidalhamster #6 Posted Mar 02 2014 - 21:04

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Its Patty, as in Patrick.

Marbakka #7 Posted Mar 02 2014 - 21:07

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"Satuday"

 

gg was close



nikeshoks #8 Posted Mar 02 2014 - 21:23

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View Postsuicidalhamster, on Mar 02 2014 - 20:04, said:

Its Patty, as in Patrick.

 

I'm sure it is Paddy, I have never heard somebody say patty before for Patrick whereas I have heard it for Patricia.



___Laser___ #9 Posted Mar 02 2014 - 22:55

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View Postnikeshoks, on Mar 02 2014 - 12:23, said:

 

I'm sure it is Paddy, I have never heard somebody say patty before for Patrick whereas I have heard it for Patricia.

 

I think you're right. Cultural awareness ftw :) thanks for the tip!



AMartin223 #10 Posted Mar 03 2014 - 00:08

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View PostCaptain_Judo, on Mar 02 2014 - 16:55, said:

 

I think you're right. Cultural awareness ftw :) thanks for the tip!

Paddy is technically correct (it's what they say in Ireland), but Patty is an Americanization that's probably acceptable at this point in North America.



Mister_Grid #11 Posted Mar 03 2014 - 00:09

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I doubt this is where to put this, but I've got an AMX 13 90, and would like to participate, looking for a team.

suicidalhamster #12 Posted Mar 03 2014 - 01:14

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i have heard both but always went with Patty as its a common form of Patrick in my region and its St Patrick's Day.

 

Around here, Paddy refers to the paddy wagon that takes you away after you have too many green beers



_KurtKnispel #13 Posted Mar 03 2014 - 05:44

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I am up for the tournament. I have t28, t71, t1 Cunningham, isu 152, kv4, t44, amx 50-100, and 110. I also have Chaffee and other tiny tanks. I have experience in tournament strategy.

Blinkey #14 Posted Mar 03 2014 - 09:29

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It is Paddy in my part of California. At my local bar saying "St. Patty's Day" will probably get you strange looks or punched in the nose.

 

http://paddynotpatty.com/

 

Get with the program


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nikeshoks #15 Posted Mar 03 2014 - 14:26

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View PostBlinkey, on Mar 03 2014 - 08:29, said:

It is Paddy in my part of California. At my local bar saying "St. Patty's Day" will probably get you strange looks or punched in the nose.

 

http://paddynotpatty.com/

 

Get with the program


Yeah my country is the same ( Ireland ) people will look at you weird and make you an outcast.



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I'm looking to join a team as well. PM me please ;-)

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View Postsuicidalhamster, on Mar 02 2014 - 13:04, said:

Its Patty, as in Patrick.

 

Believe me...it's PADDY. No self respecting Irishman will call a Paddy a Patty unless he want's a busted lip!!!

 

Paddy masculine.

 

Patty feminine 



Dockmaster #18 Posted Mar 03 2014 - 16:28

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View PostCaptain_Judo, on Mar 02 2014 - 14:55, said:

 

I think you're right. Cultural awareness ftw :) thanks for the tip!

 

Captain Judo please fix this travesty. Calling a St. Patrick's event Patty is a kick in the face to all us Irish.

 

I can forgive a Russian making this mistake but WGNA? 



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View PostAMartin223, on Mar 02 2014 - 16:08, said:

Paddy is technically correct (it's what they say in Ireland), but Patty is an Americanization that's probably acceptable at this point in North America.

 

Unacceptable PERIOD!

 

You might guess my real name is Paddy.

 

This is really getting up my nose.



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View Postnikeshoks, on Mar 02 2014 - 11:39, said:

Off topic but, St. Patty's day? isn't Patty a girls name? I think you got Patty mixed up with Paddy.


It's never PATTY, it's PADDY

http://paddynotpatty.com/






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