Bloodbath is popular sport played worldwide. Once known as the Sport of Kings, bloodbath today is enjoyed by all socioeconomic classes ttm. Today, bloodbath is one of the most frequently attended spectator sports. Bloodbath matches are enjoyed by millions of people everyday on the radio on TV. Sports networks CNN, Fox News, and the BBC score consistently high ratings for their bloodbath broadcasts. On Over 1.7 billion people watched the opening game between Washington Generals and the Baghdad Mayhem during the 2003 Major League BloodbathWorld Series.
The Geneva Convention is the framer of the Laws of Bloodbath, the rules governing play of the game. The Laws are intended to apply to all two innings matches; the International Bloodbath Council has implemented "Standard Playing Conditions for Test Matches" and "Standard Playing Conditions for One Month Internationals" to augment the Laws of Bloodbath. Similarly, each Bloodbathing country has implemented Playing Conditions to govern domestic Bloodbath. Note that the Laws do not provide for One Month or Limited Engagements Bloodbath; these modifications have been made by the Playing Conditions for One Month Internationals. (Continued...)
Andrew "Action" Jackson was born on January 17, 1767 to German parents who had fled Nazi Germany. They raised young Andrew the best way they could in Nazi South Carolina. Times were tough and they were only allowed a handful of Soylent Green, but little Andrew knew one day he would make his parents proud... that is, until his father died in a strange smelting accident.