Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Ultimate Line

refbeeSouth Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford, already struggling to salvage his family, his political career and his hiking credibility after admitting a scandalous affair, added explosive details during an AP interview.

"There were a handful of instances wherein I crossed the lines I shouldn't have crossed ..., but never crossed the ultimate line," he said.

"This... was a love story," Sanford said. "A forbidden one, a tragic one, but a love story at the end of the day."

Even with the latest revelations, Sanford maintains he is fit to govern & has no plans to resign.

From UPA's Official Rules - 10th Edition:

2. Definitions
7. Line: A line is a boundary defining the playing areas. On an unlined field, the boundary is defined as an imaginary line between two field markers with the thickness of said markers. Line segments are not extrapolated beyond the defining markers.
8. Starting and Restarting Play
2. Pull
5. Positioning before the pull
a. The players on the pulling team are free to move anywhere in their end zone, but may not cross the goal line until the disc is released.
b. The players on the receiving team must stand with one foot on the goal line they are defending without changing position relative to one another.
c. As soon as the disc is released, it is in play and all players may move in any direction.
d. If either team fails to maintain proper positioning before the pull, the other team may audibly announce "Off-sides" and a re-pull ensues. The call must be made immediately.

Off-sides, Mr. Governor.

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