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Apr
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I wonder….

So as I sit here in my now very clean room, listening to loud electronic music, I ponder the though. Why do we do what we do? Why do we spend hundreds upon thousands of dollars to shoot paint at someone? Why? Why do we enjoy a sport that is looked down upon by the vast majority of the world?

The simple answer is: We love the brothership.

Now let me explain. This team consists of three very devote members, and one that is somewhat devote. Hopefully this will change, out team will double, and we’ll all be very devote to the sport and team. The thing that sets up apart from something like Basketball or Football is, you can’t go  around in your jersey, and have people come up and pat you on the back and explain that they also play paintball, and then you’re friends instantly. The sport is different, and you can feel it when you’re in a group of devote ballers.

This team was formed to promote paintball in rural souther Indiana and rural northern Kentucky. We are probably some of  the only people that play paintball in the surrounding counties. We eagerly drive over an hour and a half to fields, and will gladly drive  farther. We will be attending professional events in the states around us, just to know how the pros play, and how to improve out game.

We hope to meet you on the field!

-Team Lineage.

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