KICKASS 3: The Return of Ass Kicking

Post your tournaments, events, destinations and regular local sessions.

CAN YOU DIG IT?

I'm already there.
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skankin
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Post by skankin » 17 Aug 2010 15:42

most probably gonna go maybe with a lady

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Post by Lackey82 » 17 Aug 2010 15:48

I think I will almost for sure come down!
I don't know yet how much room I will have for passengers, but will advise shortly. Depending on the situation, I can drive 4 others, or if we rent a van, more.
We'll be in touch.
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Post by MathieuGM » 18 Aug 2010 10:39

Bus tickets reserved.

Arriving on friday september 24th around 13:00 PM.
Leaving on sunday september 26th around 18h:55PM.

See you soon guys.

Mat
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Post by Johnny » 18 Aug 2010 15:58

Ill most likely be there.
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Post by abstract » 19 Aug 2010 07:43

first post updated!

GET HYPED!!
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Post by Wasabi » 19 Aug 2010 08:12

I need to be convinced with crepes to go to Kingston guys. :3

I have to see if traveling to Ontario would be convenient for me that weekend. Hopefully i can request a day off on Friday to ride/fly up to that part of Canada. :)
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Post by abstract » 19 Aug 2010 08:49

You might just have to take a trip down to Woodenheads Gourmet Pizza on Ontario St for:

Crespelle Cinghale

( wild boar and ricotta stuffed crepes baked 'alla Manicotti' with white wine, brandy, shallot and grape tomato butter sauce )

Sadly the only Kingston crepe joint closed down a year or so ago. But we have 2 new poutineries opening up in the next month!
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Post by Cass » 19 Aug 2010 13:14

Booked my bus tickets!!

Arriving around 10:35am September 25 to Kingston bus terminal.

Leaving 7:15pm September 26

:D :D :D

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Post by Dio » 19 Aug 2010 20:05

That's awesome Cassy! See you there.

And yeah, Woodenheads rocks! Don't even worry about crepes, this place has the best everything for pretty decent prices and is right downtown!

Plus I'll probably have a part-time meal plan this year so I can get some guests in for a bit lower fare I believe to our cafeteria's at Queen's - amazing food, especially weekend brunches :D

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Post by mosher » 21 Aug 2010 22:02

Oh man, I was already planning on going to Woodenheads!

I worked there for over a year!

Getting really stoked!!
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Post by Dio » 22 Aug 2010 12:53

http://www.woodenheads.ca/menu.php

I've had the Tirato salad, La Restituzione panini and the Nonna Mela pizza and haven't been the same since - can't wait eat there again! Tom get us a deal? :P

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Post by mosher » 23 Aug 2010 04:58

I am getting really excited for this!

I am doubly excited it'll be during Queen's Homecoming (or unofficial one?), I'll bring my engineering jacket!
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Post by Cass » 23 Aug 2010 11:57

If you're in the GTA, it might be worthwhile to look into Megabus. They have some super cheap seats. I got my round trip for $40 total.



33 days and counting 8)

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Post by Slowsis » 23 Aug 2010 14:12

See you all there.

Wouldn't miss it for the world. :D
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Post by Lackey82 » 23 Aug 2010 15:09

YAY FAT representing again!
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Post by Dio » 23 Aug 2010 18:52

Tom I'm pretty sure it will be homecoming too! haha which means tons of people everywhere. You were in Eng? I'm Artsci.

See you there Adam!

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Post by Laroche » 24 Aug 2010 01:04

Slowsis wrote:See you all there.

Wouldn't miss it for the world. :D
HEY! So glad to hear you're going to be there! It'll be great to see you again, Adam, hope things are going well.
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Post by abstract » 24 Aug 2010 06:17

Slowsis wrote:See you all there.

Wouldn't miss it for the world. :D
<3! rock on!
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Post by abstract » 24 Aug 2010 06:41

thinking about it, we are pretty spoiled by the amount of awesome places to eat in downtown kingston.

i originally suggested the wolfe island bakery for breakfast because it is close to my place & is high calibre deliciousness, but if we had a few cars available, we could go all out & go to Cora's. it's a bit more expensive, but super amazing.

Cora's will also fulfill many freestyler's now burgeoning & mighty need for crepe intake on a daily basis, after being horribly, horribly spoiled by Metro in Oakland.

http://www.chezcora.com/a/02-au-menu/2-0-caroussel.htm

how agreeable would an entry fee be received?

maybe $15 for players, $5 for spectators--to help cover gym costs mostly.

edit: initial entry fee too high.
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Post by mosher » 25 Aug 2010 15:41

Do we really need a whole gym?

How much does it cost to rent a dance studio?

I feel like a large entry fee is often inhibitive and discouraging.. I mean, I know there is stuff to pay for but a lot of that can be minimized.

For KICKASS 2 I got the place for free through a landlord, I just had to secure $1 Million (!!) insurance through Queen's, which wasn't too hard considering we were a ratified club and they do that kind of thing. I know the space wasn't as good as a gym, but I also didn't have to charge people a bunch of money just to participate.

Also, if I was some casual person wanting to 'check it out' I really would hesitate if I had to pay five bucks, just saying.

Keep up the good work Kingston! KFM!
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