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HDMC 07, Round 1, Fight 30

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May. 7th, 2007 | 08:30 am
posted by: bluestknight in bhums

Friday's winner:

Dante Alighieri (3 votes)


Saint Peter (2 votes)

Everyone's favorite poet moves on to round two, while everyone's favorite saint (note: this may be a lie) is left broken and bloody at the pearly gates.

Featured commentary:
"That's the funny thing, they DIDN'T even meet at the Gates. Peter was such a WUSS that he sent an Angel with the keys to meet Dante at the gates in Purgatory. He doesn't get the guts to face Dante until they are in the Heaven of the Fixed Stars, and even then with his posse of Apostles, Adam, and the Church Triumphant. And Dante still whoops them. The Rock? Puuuuhhhleeeeeaze." - Jason (if for nothing more than pointing out the errors in my post... yeah, it's been a while since I read Dante)

Today's match:

Saint Augustine, awesome Carthaginian


Cicero, wicked Roman

Which one's got the brains and the balls to move on to round two? It's up to you to decide.

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from: callwolf
date: May. 7th, 2007 01:42 pm (UTC)

Auggie all the way. He may feel bad about it afterwards, but it was worth the blood shed at the time. He's never really been that great at holding back anyway.

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from: blossom13
date: May. 7th, 2007 02:09 pm (UTC)

Saint Augustine. Being a Roman, if Cicero was losing he'd kill himself anyways, though he'd fight tooth and nail. But f'real, we all know what Christianity did to the Romans, this is just a microcosm.

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from: mind_ape
date: May. 7th, 2007 03:26 pm (UTC)

No contest, good ol Cicero would string up that whining guilt laden layabout just like he finished off Cataline.

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from: bluestknight
date: May. 7th, 2007 06:56 pm (UTC)

Augustine would finish off Cicero and still find time to go back to last Friday and help his buddy Peter kick Dante's sorry ass.

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