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sageform
09 Jul 17 12:10
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Some very diverse comments about a draw today in the media. My own attitude is that it is a result just as valid as a win or a loss. In football, a draw is considered a common result and halfway between a win and a loss but listening to some rugby commentators today you would think that a draw is worse than losing. Same as a dead heat in racing-you both win?
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Report The_KAMIKAZEE_DRINKING_MACHINE July 9, 2017 12:15 PM BST
Kissing your sister. The draw would be seen as a loss by the kiwis.
Report Monstrous Bryan July 9, 2017 1:17 PM BST
In the grander scheme of things I'd argue that:

Geographically it's a win for the Lions, as the away side
Historically speaking it's a win for the Lions, as the side that has lost the NZ series' since 1971
Team wise it's a win for the Lions, as the NZ side have been a cohesive unit for eons in comparison to the Lions
It's still a draw though Laugh
Report mafeking July 9, 2017 8:11 PM BST
highly creditable result although really nz could and should have won 3-0
a famous draw doesn't have quite the same ring as a famous win though
Report northanlite July 10, 2017 12:31 AM BST
but better than the 3-0 loss which you elude to. are you always this stupid?
Report northanlite July 10, 2017 1:50 AM BST
although getting elude & allude f***ed up leaves me on shaky ground Plain
Report The_KAMIKAZEE_DRINKING_MACHINE July 10, 2017 10:51 AM BST
You'll notice I didn't point that out though I was tempted.Laugh
Report The_KAMIKAZEE_DRINKING_MACHINE July 10, 2017 12:14 PM BST
MB I quite like the concept of a Geographic Win. I've not heard of that before but will tuck it away somewhere safe to be used at a later date.
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