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  1. JonMikal

    JonMikal TPF Noob!

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    ok....is he about to catch the crow or did he just throw it and how did you come to your conclusion?


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    I'd say catching the crow, because he looks a little gaurded in case he misses.
     
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    Throw - I'm basing my choise on his stance. That stance suggests a hard and long throw.

    I think the bigger question is .... How did he get the crow so round and flat. And where's the feathers ???

    Hanno
     
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    trick question... it's not a crow... it's a pigeon! :greenpbl:
     
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    O.K. I just stared at this picture for a long time. But I think he is going to catch it. The back arm is facing forward. I made a guy here toss a piece of cardboard and his back arm went out, and not towards the body. The height of the crow is pretty high, considering it just left his hand,.... if he were throwing it. :confused: :confused: :confused:
     
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    Has to be throwing..if he's catching it, he's a really goofy catcher :lol:
     
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    He is catching. Reasons
    1. his right arm is foreward, like Chiller said, if he were throwing, the hand would be back.
    2. his back leg is bent as if to absorb some of the backwards force once he catches it.
    However, the crow is often caught between the two palms, which may suggest he is throwing...
     
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    What he said, exactly.

    And what the hell is a Crow? I thought it was a bird! Damn language differences! :lol:
     
  9. JonMikal

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    what is this young lady? huh? huh? they'll be no such language in my squeaky clean thread :greenpbl:
     
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    Corry Flirtacious and Bodacious Supporting Member

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    Um...uh...I mean..um....to say..uh...hockey sticks...yeah..what the hockey sticks. And uh...erm...donkey nuts..no...not that...um...uh....dang-diddily-ang. Yeah...that's it.



    (please don't hit me with the ruler again Mr. Moderator! I won't do it again! I swear!)
     
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    That crow is looking a little pale!!! Must be all that being tossed around and caught getting the better of him! Looks like he might toss his cookies!! :)
     
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    Do tell Jon is he catching or throwing????
     

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