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Yes. Kukushkin, Schwank, Rosol and Young should've been the winners
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The is the Golden Era. Any fortune that comes the way of any player is quite simply the will of the gods
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I swear this forum's obsessed with always claiming people are lucky to win things. They're not lucky, they're all worthy winners.
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I swear this forum's obsessed with always claiming people are lucky to win things. They're not lucky, they're all worthy winners.
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makes sense that a mugraytard would say that

don't insult religion by calling Mugray a God, mug.

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makes sense that a mugraytard would say that

don't insult religion by calling Mugray a God, mug.
religion is already an insult to humanity
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No it's not. don't say that

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You took the words out of my mouth.

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Not fussed by religion providing people don't start doing a Michael Chang and linking it with their sport.

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Murray isn't responsible for some of the worse things ever done in the history of humanity.

Murray > Religion

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The only lucky one here is Mugray. Saved by wind
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Murray isn't responsible for some of the worse things ever done in the history of humanity.

Murray > Religion
you don't know anything about religion. people who kill in the name of God aren't following the word of God in any religion. they're just idiots.

religion teaches right-conduct, charity, service, etc. when performed correctly.

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Weren't you a highlander fan now?

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No it's not. don't say that
of course it is.........evil and poison........worst thing ever created by a human race......it makes Hitler look like a social worker

I hope I dont get banned for this LOL
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The only lucky one here is Mugray. Saved by wind
tdoc your posts haven't been as funny recently

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