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    Posted: 08/03/2018 at 6:09am


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Viscaria FL - 91g
+ Neo H3 2.15 Blk - 44.5g(55.3g uncut bare)
+ Hexer HD 2.1 Red - 49.3g(68.5g 〃 〃)
= 184.8g
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Originally posted by zeio zeio wrote:



Very good videos, thanks a lot again zeio
But hard to counter, ML and FZD counter it like it's just an ordinary ball, though I won't deny it's really spinny, I'm just being naughty though, Sorry People
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What makes Boll a great player?* should be the title ;)
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Some curious aspects of Timo Boll's bio.

-- At the age of 23 Timo has spent 12 months in an Asylum Institution, with a daily admittance to a sporting facilities.    The fact he never mentioned afterwards.



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Originally posted by igorponger igorponger wrote:

Some curious aspects of Timo Boll's bio.

-- At the age of 23 Timo has spent 12 months in an Asylum Institution, with a daily admittance to a sporting facilities.    The fact he never mentioned afterwards.

Yes, yes, it is not a fib.   

-- At the age of 23 Timo BOLL was called upon for a military service, which was then mandatory for each German's male inhabitant. He reasonably opted for an alternate Social Works in a Loony House,. Dusseldorf, as a "male nurse".   He looked after those disabled folks, clearning feces, urine pots... and suchlike, for 5 hrs a day.       
Timo has spent 12 months in the Loony House.    The fact he never mentioned afterwards.

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I think somebody is loony here... and it ain't timo!
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"as a "male nurse".   He looked after those disabled folks, clearning feces, urine pots... and suchlike, for 5 hrs a day"

what a humbling experience that must have been. considering how humble he appears to be as a player and person now, i would say this had a very positive effect on him. kudos to timo!

i am sure it is lost in translation igor, but you don't call them loony houses.
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Each time igor posts, you think to yourself - this is the dumbest and most embarrassing thing ever. And yet next time round he manages to sink even lower.
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If what igor posted is true that makes Timo even more admirable... working with the disabled 5hrs a day for 12 months instead of military service is mentally more exhausting I would think.

At least he didn't use the good ol' "I have bone spurs" excuse to skip on the military.
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