Originally Posted by Time Violation
Serbia is a member of UN and even the president of UNGA is from Serbia, so not sure what's your problem. Did you also think I live on Mount Sharp? No wonder you talk about Mihajlovic, you must be 70 years old
- Sorry Lenders for derailing your thread a bit -
Q: Did you watch Dragon Ball? If so what do you think?
No problem with derailing the thread, all topics are welcome
A: Yes, I did. I do like the series, but I prefer both Pokemon and Digimon in the Mon genre. My main issue with Dragon Ball is its pacing, it's far too long and drawn out, especially Dragon Ball Z. It feels like an animated soap opera rather than an anime series often; it's cool overall, but give me Pokemon or Digimon any day.
Why do you continue to deny the existence of chance, probability, luck? The idea this might have a substantial bearing on a sports result, hence making it a fluke? Why is this impossible? The entire casino industry is based on chance. It is firmly established luck exixsts, why do you continue to deny the possible role of chance in sporting tournaments/events?
What are you on about? I never denied the existence of luck and probability and its role in sporting outcomes. However, having to face Federer and Nadal to win a Slam is NOT luck. If we consider JMDP was lucky to win the final against Federer, then we must equally consider Federer lucky to have beaten JMDP in the French Open semis, where he was thoroughly outplayed for 3 sets, as much or even more so as JMDP in the USO final. There were two Slams in 2009 where JMDP played at a high enough level to win the title along with another player (Federer in both cases), each took one of those - which proves the laws of chance/probability if anything.
I'm assuming that's what you were referring to specifically given how you keep insisting JMDP's Slam title was a fluke
254 pm's eh? Have MTF's ladies felt the Lenders charm
They probably have, but not through PMs, I'm most definitely not using MTF's PM system for flirting purposes