Ok, here is the 6 v. 11 matchup. Pain Train (Toot Toot!) v. [Meme Deleted By Marshawnthusiast] Read the information behind the fold and then vote in the poll.
Pain Train (6)
The Pain Train did not come from either CGB; in fact, for those of us too young to remember (ahem, rollonubears!), the Pain Train first appeared in a 2003 Super Bowl commercial featuring Terry Tate, Office Linebacker:
Clearly that commercial left an impression on our future Golden Ziger, Zack Follett.
"Terry Tate -- number 56, the Office Linebacker, the Pain Train -- was my hero from watching those commercials," Follett said. "I try to emulate him when I'm out there.
"When I was in junior high my buddy Marcus Moore and I went to a sporting goods store that sold a Reebok Terry Tate jersey. I bought one immediately. We watched all of his You Tube clips. He was bringing the Pain Train and he had his Woo-woo sound. I used to do it in high school, I used to blow the horn...it kind of stuck with me a little bit."
So vote for the Pain Train. After all, you don't want this to happen to you, do you?
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Read this description quickly! I don’t know how much time we have before they find out that I’m onto them. I have something to tell you all: the Marshawnthusiasts are fascists. It’s not a pretty fact, but it’s the truth. As the only person who has been subjected to [identifying name deleted by HydroTech]’s B& Hammer, I know the pain it can cause. Being unable to comment on CGB for hours is painful, but nowhere near as painful as their incessant censorship.
There was this one time, when I made a joke about asian girls. [explanation deleted by yellowfever]. And that was just one of the times when one of my brilliant comments was censored unjustly. Another time was when I was unsure what the greatest movie in the world was, I thought it was either The Big Lebowski or [movie title deleted by CBKWit]
I’m sure that all of you have experienced this. How many times has a witty joke been made, only to disappear moments later, or worse, to have the comment be replaced by bracketed deletion? I propose that we rise up and fight the powers! [rousing diatribe deleted by TwistNHook]
This will be the battle against the powers that be to end all battles against the powers that be. Noone has taken down powers this strong since [cataclysmic event deleted by ragnarok]
I hope that all of you were able to read this without major censoring. In conclusion, [conclusion deleted by CalBear81]