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  1. A bit of Rugby background. The six nations has kicked off, Ireland, England, France, Scotland, Wales, Italy. In Ireland's opening match against France, we were leading for 70 of the 80 minutes until France scored a try to go one point up. In rugby the game doesn't finish until the ball goes out of play after the time goes over 80 minutes, so Ireland had to keep the ball in play, and they did for 40 phases, it's also possible that the ref (the best referee in rugby) was feeling kind-hearted. Having said all that, Ireland could have played all day in Paris and not scored a try. Th
  2. Wanted to know what the best cigar stores to visit in Paris are? As well as how stock and prices are, I don't need regular production boxes I'd mainly be looking at something I can't easily get elsewhere.
  3. I know there is a lot of the community that keep up with Formula 1 Racing......Sad day French Formula 1 driver Jules Bianchi has died, nine months after suffering severe head injuries in a crash at the 2014 Japanese Grand Prix. He was 25-years-old. Bianchi had been in a coma since the accident at Suzuka in October and passed away at a hospital in Nice, near his family home. The French driver sustained severe head injuries when his Marussia crashed into a recovery vehicle while it was attempting to remove Adrian Sutil’s crashed Sauber. Bianchi’s family said: “Jules fought right to the very

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