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The history of Volleyball is shrowded in controversy and mystery. Although no one knows of the first true inventor of the game, scholars have found evidence of people participating in Volleyball as early back as 3500 BC.

The most publicised Volleyball creator was King Christopher III of Denmark in 1430. He had claimed the game was called Christopherball and demanded that all his army learn the game and participate in it regularly before they learned to fight. Many historians noted that towards the end of his life, King Christopher used the game to procreate with his wenches. However this act would sometimes result in violence with even deaths being reported from Christopherball.

Sir Alfred Volley later resurected the game and with it used the fame to poison his enemies. When the Kings court heard of his crimes, Volley was hung for acts of murder, treason, and use of the feet in a match. His wife Mary of Esterbrain was sent to the colonies for punishment. Her great great great great grandson was Fred Phelps.

In the 20th Century, the CIA and several high ranking American officials, used the game as a cover up to investigate the ongoing uprising in Honduras. A Volleyball 'league' was established as a front for a connection of spies looking to overthrow the Honduran government and capitalize on the use of the land. The league still continues to this day, although its true purpose is not defined.

In 2008 Volleyball came forward on trial at the World court, admitting to have been responsible for 17 counts of human rights crimes, including war mongering, slavery and genocide. Prosecution was deferred and the lack of accountability to one soul individual allowed Volleyball to become free. Protests all over the world took place for this judgement with arrests and deaths being reported from demonstrations.

Volleyball is classified as a sport, a real sport, but as human beings can we really allow this to contnue? Volleyball is anything but fun.

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Ill get a bus there. See you soon

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Its been 22 hours Dapster and i have grown a full beard and yet you have not arrived

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