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    Default Silva and Seagal battle over Budweiser

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    From an article on Brazilian site Globo who’s title translates to ‘Anderson Silva makes faces and mouths at the launch of commercial’
    Anderson Silva had fun during the commercial launch of Budweiser, who stars opposite Steven Seagal, on Thursday, the 17th, in Rio de Janeiro. The advertising piece was recorded earlier this year in Argentina, and will air on Sunday, May 20. In it, Anderson is preparing for a duel and is vying for a beer with Seagal. It embodies a kind of up Daniel San, prsonagem the movie “Karate Kid” for the confrontation.
    The article also says Seagal took time out of his busy cheeseburger eating schedule to teach Anderson a few new moves in anticipation of his fight with Chael Sonnen. Game over, Chael. Unless of course the stuff Stone Cold Steve Austin taught Sonnen counteracts Seagal’s moves. The world hasn’t seen a proxy war of this magnitude since Viet Nam.

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    Such a shitty beer
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    Quote Originally Posted by KevoOnTheRadio View Post
    Such a shitty beer
    Shitty shitty shitty piss water you mean. Blows my mind how BUD / Canadian / Labatt and all those shitty ass beers cost just as much if not more than your tasty local brews and craft beers.
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    Ugh...Budweiser and Seagal, throw up in my mouth

    I wish he'd go away

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    Lyoto's dad is getting into the mix too, I see.


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    Yes, because true martial artists are drunks that fight over beers.
    Goodbye Mr. Burton

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    I prefer to drink piss rather than drink Budweiser
    Not only brazilians can do this stuff


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cat--Smasher View Post
    Shitty shitty shitty piss water you mean. Blows my mind how BUD / Canadian / Labatt and all those shitty ass beers cause just as much if not more than your tasty local brews and craft beers.
    im not sure i get your point? did you mean cost? I dont mind canadian once in a while, if im getting hammered on something im buying canadian if i just want to have one or two ill buy an import, usually belgian or dutch.
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    This is an example of what is a good beer
    Not only brazilians can do this stuff


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    Quote Originally Posted by Luc1an View Post
    im not sure i get your point? did you mean cost? I dont mind canadian once in a while, if im getting hammered on something im buying canadian if i just want to have one or two ill buy an import, usually belgian or dutch.
    Yeah, I mistyped and meant cost.

    Seems something mass produced should cost less than something produced in smaller batches with usually more expensive ingredients.

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