Introducing… The Crouching Tiger

Filed in Game Strategy by on September 23, 2011 • views: 2002

If i cah make strategy get my whole family here, i make strategy you win supercoach and dreamteam – me likey AFL velly muh. Welcome all peoples. Crouching One look forward velly much to give you he Kung Fu slipper of wisdom for 2012.

Remember important 3 rule before pick 2012 Supercoach or Dreamteam player.

1. Paint de fence

2. Wax de cah

3. Sand de flo

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  1. James says:

    lol.. what the??

  2. Rydo says:

    Weird…just plain weird!

  3. Lion says:

    Love the true blue oooooorstralian flavour

  4. Jock says:

    Hey Truuuueee blueeee…..

    • Vampies says:

      Ok that's just wrong 'hey true blue' that is. What are you a country and western folk? Reminds me of my parents! EEEKKKK. Na all things aside hope Crouching reamins cus although he's a you beaut dag, I have to laugh.

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  6. Wheels1987 says:

    go BANG BANG

  7. Just wrapping up my own visit, and frankly it's a hard road ahead. It's hopeful that the biggest growth industry is hosting business visitors and expats – hotels, conferences, serviced apartments, international schools. The huge amount of oil and gas exploration getting underway is also a reason for hope, and a couple older projects are just about to come online. But it's not easy to draw in other kinds of FDI. The basics of how power will be supplied to industry aren't worked out, and generous blanket subsidies of power tariffs to current residential users, mostly in Yangon and other big towns, are preventing both delivery of power to industry and expansion of the power grid to the >70% of the population who aren't yet on it. Lots of things are happening, but I doubt GDP figures are informative. Before talking about tigers keep in mind that this country is well behind Bangladesh or Cambodia. It's great to see it reforming but it has a very, very long way to go.

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