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This is a team comprised of SF0ers who have suffered injury and/or been relegated to wearing cumbersome fiberglass weights on varying parts of their bodies, and have managed to task with either the casts or the injuries. This is also for the people who were with us when said injury happened and/or have helped us gimp around as we tried to get better.

For Soren.


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Oh honey!!!
posted by Morte on December 24th, 2008 12:53 PM

Suzy *HUG!!!!* I'm sorry hun, I hope that you get better fast!!!

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posted by Lincøln on December 24th, 2008 12:10 PM

This group sucks. This group needs less players not more. Stop joining this group.

is not good enough that one can´t buy antigravity devices
posted by susy derkins on December 24th, 2008 9:50 AM

I join the ranks of SFØ players in crutches, gosh I had forgotten how horribly tiresome is to move around...
Multiple car crash in the highway, I broke two metacarpals while trying frantically to break. Dang. And the specialist couldn´t be bothered at night, or in Christmas Eve or in Christmas Day, so is ER immobilizing bandage instead of cast till further notice.
I should task to actually earn my place here, uh? Navigating the living room not enough, I know. Will do.

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posted by Morte on November 20th, 2008 11:38 AM

Heh, great minds think alike? Here, now you and dear Walrus can make all the changes you want and/or feel necessary.

Should we change the description to merely those who are handicapped (temporarily or permanently) and still task as opposed to those with casts? I think that might have a broader appeal.

Can you read my mind?
posted by Soren THREEdux on November 19th, 2008 6:27 PM

Sent to Ben Yameen yesterday at 10:44 P.M., re: a new logo:

"Hey, I was wondering if you might be interested in making a logo for a new team. I wanted to make a team for folks who are (or have been) injured and still manage to make tasking a priority in their lives. Sort of a handicapped Ø. Your other examples all look great, and I thought of you right away when this new group came to mind. Is this something that you feel like doing? Let me know, and if you are able/have the time to, maybe we can brainstorm in the future. Thanks!"

And then, lo and behold, I log in today and SHAZAM!

You are a wonderful, wonderful person.