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Yes I will try that. Maybe staying out of GM during my favourite players matches is best idea, not trying to use my adhd and autism as excuse, but I don't handle myself well when people piss me off.
"I'll support players who I enjoy watching. Don't like it? I don't care. "

This mate. But you prefer Murray right? There's no problem in that, I only support Nole and Gulbis but I also like Del Potro and Tomic
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Well I left to watch the 3rd set and But I know he is losing to your boy Actually I figured out the one hand- he can't do anything with his BH side anymore but slice to watch the wrist; at least I think that's what everyone was referring too.
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"I'll support players who I enjoy watching. Don't like it? I don't care. "

This mate. But you prefer Murray right? There's no problem in that, I only support Nole and Gulbis but I also like Del Potro and Tomic
Murray is my favourite, but Nole is close behind, I supported Murray since 2005 US Open Juniors win, and started to support Nole when he and Andy were both trying their best to dethrone Fedal dominance. Del Potro I always enjoy watching, and Janwicz is the guy I will follow from now to see where he can go, be it really high, in the middle, or low level I will support him.

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Raquel after your story about spilling tea on your laptop, and me replying saying I've never spilt anything on my macbook, just now I spilt water on it >.<. Thankfull it seems fine.

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Joe glad it's working!
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I started following Hass after he made 43 UEs in 15 games.

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I started following Hass after he made 43 UEs in 15 games.
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Joe glad it's working!
Not working now . Luckily I have insurance on it that covers the whole value of the laptop and accidental damage is included in the policy.

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Oh no, really? was it a lot of water? sorry for jinxing you
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Lol it's not your fault. It was a small glass but there was still a little bit left in it and I think I made the mistake of not turning it off right away.

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Did you use the rice trick Lee mentioned the other day?
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Oh Joe. I was so annoyed when it happened to me, and only the mouse pad was acting nuts, so I know how frustrated you must be.
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Did you use the rice trick Lee mentioned the other day?
Of course he didn't He did not even power off his laptop after he spilled water on it.
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Of course he didn't He did not even power off his laptop after he spilled water on it.
It's hard under pressure. When it happened to me, all I thought about was clean it up very quick. Quick, do it. And then (before you told me the trick) I would have never thought about turning it off, on the other hand, I just prayed really hard that it would KEEP being turned on. I like stared at if for 2 minutes.

Then the mouse pad went nuts, but I now think it was because of a thing I did. When I was cleaning it really quick, I pressed a lot of keys on the keyboard (I even put the screen sideways, still have no idea how I did it, but some short cut)... the mouse was cuckoo, it kept selecting everything instead of simply going up or down the page. But I did a system repair and it fixed it, so it was probably another short cut I did not know how to fix.

Bottom line: I was REALLY lucky!
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