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Action Jackson
10-04-2005, 02:24 PM
Well chapter 1 of Jimbo appreciation thread has been moved to the Chat section and since the majority weren't happy to have it go there.

Chapter 2 of the Jimbo story continues here.

Priority Access is having a fun day today.

bad gambler
10-04-2005, 02:25 PM
let chapter 1 die a slow death ;)

server problems?

Action Jackson
10-04-2005, 02:28 PM
Yes, it has had some technical difficulties.

JeNn
10-04-2005, 02:32 PM
Oooohhh this should be fun

bad gambler
10-04-2005, 02:34 PM
Oooohhh this should be fun


i don't want to even ask...

JeNn
10-04-2005, 02:34 PM
Not everything I say is dirty or has dirty undertones :p

Action Jackson
10-04-2005, 02:36 PM
Oooohhh this should be fun

I have to ask JeNn have you ever thought about doing porn?

bad gambler
10-04-2005, 02:38 PM
I have to ask JeNn have you ever thought about doing porn?


i actually was going to ask whether she has already done some work :o

JeNn
10-04-2005, 02:38 PM
I have to ask JeNn have you ever thought about doing porn?

No, I'm very modest. Really.

JeNn
10-04-2005, 02:38 PM
i actually was going to ask whether she has already done some work :o

:rolleyes:

JeNn
10-04-2005, 02:39 PM
Ok, from now on I am going to play the forum frigid.

Action Jackson
10-04-2005, 02:40 PM
No, I'm very modest. Really.

I believe you, it's just a thought, then again I am not judgemental if someone wants to do that cool, the best thing is that women get paid more than men in that industry.

What are you doing on the Gold Coast?

bad gambler
10-04-2005, 02:42 PM
Ok, from now on I am going to play the forum frigid.


if you do so you will lose your identity ;)

ok enough of that, lets talk :D

JeNn
10-04-2005, 02:45 PM
I believe you, it's just a thought, then again I am not judgemental if someone wants to do that cool, the best thing is that women get paid more than men in that industry.

What are you doing on the Gold Coast?

I have deferred from uni this semester so I am working up here, just some waitressing and stuff. It's amazing how different life is up here in comparison to Melbourne.

On the porn topic...perhaps men should get paid by the inch? :p

JeNn
10-04-2005, 02:45 PM
if you do so you will lose your identity ;)

Yes, that is my identity. The forum skank :o

Action Jackson
10-04-2005, 02:46 PM
I have deferred from uni this semester so I am working up here, just some waitressing and stuff. It's amazing how different life is up here in comparison to Melbourne.

On the porn topic...perhaps men should get paid by the inch? :p

Aha! well doesn't most of Victoria live on the Gold Coast.

bad gambler
10-04-2005, 02:48 PM
Yes, that is my identity. The forum skank :o


you said that not me!! :tape:

JeNn
10-04-2005, 02:49 PM
Aha! well doesn't most of Victoria live on the Gold Coast.

Yes, I have been realising that ;) But the thing is every one seems to be much better looking up here than down south. Like I am so insecure about my looks here.

I never found out where you live GWH?

Choupi
10-04-2005, 02:54 PM
I believe you, it's just a thought, then again I am not judgemental if someone wants to do that cool, the best thing is that women get paid more than men in that industry.
At least one field in which they get more than men. Wonder if I'm satisfied with that though.

Action Jackson
10-04-2005, 03:02 PM
Yes, I have been realising that ;) But the thing is every one seems to be much better looking up here than down south. Like I am so insecure about my looks here.

I never found out where you live GWH?

Part 1 it's called cosmetic surgery as to why they look different.

Part 2 I am based in Tasmania.

JeNn
10-04-2005, 03:08 PM
Part 1 it's called cosmetic surgery as to why they look different.

Naturally.

Part 2 I am based in Tasmania.

Is Tassy as much of a hole as it is made out to be?

Action Jackson
10-04-2005, 03:20 PM
Jenn, as for Tassie being a hole, if you want to be bored, then you can be bored. I have enough to keep me interested down here.

JeNn
10-04-2005, 03:31 PM
Jenn, as for Tassie being a hole, if you want to be bored, then you can be bored. I have enough to keep me interested down here.

Yes, you can be bored just about anywhere. I'm never really bored, I always find ways to amuse myself (and no don't think dirty thoughts).

Anyway, I am going to get my beauty sleep and I shall speak to you all tomorrow probably.

Angle Queen
10-04-2005, 03:40 PM
Glad to see Chapter 2. :angel:

Now if we really want 1 to die a quicker death, we should bump up the other 'chatty' threads...to relegate 1 to...Page 2. ;)

:bolt: I'll go do a few...now.

Action Jackson
10-04-2005, 03:48 PM
Should I ignore ys? This guy is such an arse clown it's not funny, but I wish he was funny.

Choupi
10-04-2005, 03:52 PM
Should I ignore ys? This guy is such an arse clown it's not funny, but I wish he was funny.
You'll miss his posts if you ignore him... :rolleyes:

its.like.that
10-05-2005, 03:39 AM
greetings all

:wavey:

Action Jackson
10-05-2005, 05:12 AM
You have to be kidding me. An undisputed legend.

There is only so much bullshit I can read at one point, then again it's not as fun anymore.

Action Jackson
10-05-2005, 07:26 AM
The RG doping case has another twist. Now it's L'Equipe that has revealed the player is Mariano Puerta that failed the test, this will be good for him to hear for sure, then again whichever player it was, they would have been contacted and now the alleged independent tribunal will look at it.

The banned substance deals with hypertension, and helps pulse and blood flow, this is an interesting choice considering he is an asthmatic as well.

Interesting that the drug he allegedly was using is used to treat guys for low flow priapism a medical disorder where the persistent erection of the schlong in the absence of sexual interest.

I don't think fonsie would need this stuff.

bad gambler
10-05-2005, 02:48 PM
i guess we will wait and see when the details come out

bad gambler
10-06-2005, 03:21 AM
just had another hit at white city courts - man did i blow today :sad:

Action Jackson
10-06-2005, 06:14 AM
just had another hit at white city courts - man did i blow today :sad:

Did you play on the grass courts?

bad gambler
10-06-2005, 08:14 AM
Did you play on the grass courts?


of course :)

bad gambler
10-06-2005, 08:16 AM
mind you I played a 17 year old kid who has got a Optus Tennis Oz scholarship and is part of tony roche's group of kids

the kids name was James Hofflah - the kid has some game so it wasn't a total disgrace

Action Jackson
10-06-2005, 09:25 AM
mind you I played a 17 year old kid who has got a Optus Tennis Oz scholarship and is part of tony roche's group of kids

the kids name was James Hofflah - the kid has some game so it wasn't a total disgrace

What sort of game does he play? I mean Roche is a good coach, so this can't be for the kid. Then again Aussie tennis needs something.

I mean I don't see the names of Nettle, Kimmich, Reid, for example threatening anytime soon.

bad gambler
10-06-2005, 09:41 AM
What sort of game does he play? I mean Roche is a good coach, so this can't be for the kid. Then again Aussie tennis needs something.

I mean I don't see the names of Nettle, Kimmich, Reid, for example threatening anytime soon.


a very strong fh, plays it with it really heavy topspin, serve was nothing too special but liked to get into the net a lot

it was really interesting chatting with him and some of the other guys out there today afterwards - the respect they have for roche is unparalled which is understandable

the sad thing was that this particular guy was saying he has received tennis scholarships in several US colleges and was thinking of setting up base their for the next few years, which seems to be the general fad amongst a lot of his peers as well apparently - more of a sad indictment of Aussie tennis infrastructure than anything else

JeNn
10-06-2005, 09:43 AM
I'm here :wavey:

bad gambler
10-06-2005, 09:45 AM
I'm here :wavey:


hi jennifer :bigwave:

Action Jackson
10-06-2005, 09:50 AM
it was really interesting chatting with him and some of the other guys out there today afterwards - the respect they have for roche is unparalled which is understandable

the sad thing was that this particular guy was saying he has received tennis scholarships in several US colleges and was thinking of setting up base their for the next few years, which seems to be the general fad amongst a lot of his peers as well apparently - more of a sad indictment of Aussie tennis infrastructure than anything else

Thanks for that review of his game. I have met Roche twice and it's clear why people have respect for the guy and I mean come big Lendl wasn't someone who respected many people and worked with Rochey for years.

The US college thing, well I don't see it as a good idea, though the only positive is that there is a chance for a good education if the tennis goes pear shaped.

Luczak went down that path and I am not sure it was necessarily the right choice, just hope he can get the top 100, then again he is a good guy and an Aussie who likes clay and I think he might have come on tour too late. Also Michael Tebbut the huge serving lefty from old times, did the same thing as well.

It's hard to based here, though it seems it's either the US or the UK for the Aussies, as sport is cyclical and this is not a good cycle for Aussie tennis. I mean I remember the golden Swedish generation, and there is a really good article which talks about he decline of tennis in Sweden and I might translate it in the off season, if you are interested.

Action Jackson
10-06-2005, 09:51 AM
I'm here :wavey:

Greetings Gold Coast resident.

JeNn
10-06-2005, 10:57 AM
hi jennifer :bigwave:

It's so funny when people call me my faul name :o I always feel like I am in deep shit ;)

Whats up with you people? I have to go to work soon :rolleyes:

Action Jackson
10-06-2005, 10:58 AM
It's so funny when people call me my faul name :o I always feel like I am in deep shit ;)

Whats up with you people? I have to go to work soon :rolleyes:

Nothing, you love us and can't hide it. I am just laughing at a dickhead on GM about the Puerta doping case, it's just getting silly now.

bad gambler
10-06-2005, 11:04 AM
It's so funny when people call me my faul name :o I always feel like I am in deep shit ;)

Whats up with you people? I have to go to work soon :rolleyes:


hmm that's no good, what to you do? hope its not a shift which makes you work until the wee hours of the morning

JeNn
10-06-2005, 11:07 AM
Nothing, you love us and can't hide it. I am just laughing at a dickhead on GM about the Puerta doping case, it's just getting silly now.

Yes, I love you. I'm going to go and read the Puerta thread now...I need a good laugh! :p

JeNn
10-06-2005, 11:08 AM
hmm that's no good, what to you do? hope its not a shift which makes you work until the wee hours of the morning

I'm waitressing. Have to work till 12 its ok though.

JeNn
10-06-2005, 11:09 AM
Wow, i just realised I wrote 'faul' instead of 'full'. I can't even spell anymore. Obviously my brain has degenerated since I left uni.

Action Jackson
10-06-2005, 11:09 AM
Yes, I love you. I'm going to go and read the Puerta thread now...I need a good laugh! :p

Just the recent posts and you'll see what a true clown is.

bad gambler
10-06-2005, 11:10 AM
Thanks for that review of his game. I have met Roche twice and it's clear why people have respect for the guy and I mean come big Lendl wasn't someone who respected many people and worked with Rochey for years.

The US college thing, well I don't see it as a good idea, though the only positive is that there is a chance for a good education if the tennis goes pear shaped.

Luczak went down that path and I am not sure it was necessarily the right choice, just hope he can get the top 100, then again he is a good guy and an Aussie who likes clay and I think he might have come on tour too late. Also Michael Tebbut the huge serving lefty from old times, did the same thing as well.

It's hard to based here, though it seems it's either the US or the UK for the Aussies, as sport is cyclical and this is not a good cycle for Aussie tennis. I mean I remember the golden Swedish generation, and there is a really good article which talks about he decline of tennis in Sweden and I might translate it in the off season, if you are interested.


I mean end of the day each to their own, but I can't possibly see how it can benefit a 16 -18 yr old kid to move to a foreign country away from family and expect to perform without that close support.

back in my high school days when i was half decent and was playing competitively I know some of my peers went over, and basically 10 years later I have no heard a thing from them - it's more of a case of these kids being attracted to the bright lights of the states.

I'm bias when it comes to this, i hate it when these teenagers go offshore, mostly for the wrong reasons.

bad gambler
10-06-2005, 11:12 AM
and i would love to read that article you mentioned re: swedish players - though i can't possible see why they would consider it to be a problem, given their current depth in the pro tour??

or is it a case of these players starting up with tennis and then deciding when they are 16 or so that they want to play a different sport?

Action Jackson
10-06-2005, 11:12 AM
I mean end of the day each to their own, but I can't possibly see how it can benefit a 16 -18 yr old kid to move to a foreign country away from family and expect to perform without that close support.

back in my high school days when i was half decent and was playing competitively I know some of my peers went over, and basically 10 years later I have no heard a thing from them - it's more of a case of these kids being attracted to the bright lights of the states.

I'm bias when it comes to this, i hate it when these teenagers go offshore, mostly for the wrong reasons.

You're right each to their own, but in some cases players have to leave for the better of their games. I mean rural kids have to go to the cities in most cases. As for the foreign country it depends on where they are going, though if they want to play on the tour, they need to fend for themselves to an extent.

It can work for and against depending on the person.

JeNn
10-06-2005, 11:12 AM
Just the recent posts and you'll see what a true clown is.

I just read it :lol:

bad gambler
10-06-2005, 11:13 AM
I'm waitressing. Have to work till 12 its ok though.


cool - is this in surfers?

thursday nights usually have a great buzz over there :drive:

JeNn
10-06-2005, 11:14 AM
cool - is this in surfers?

thursday nights usually have a great buzz over there :drive:

Yes, Surfers is awesome. Like Thursdays in Melbourne is actually very good, but Surfers is totally different.

Action Jackson
10-06-2005, 11:15 AM
I just read it :lol:

I mean it was almost too easy and glad you got a laugh.

The schoolies thing shouldn't be too far away, that could be dodgy.

bad gambler
10-06-2005, 11:15 AM
lol i love it how we have so many people on MTF who seem to know exactly what the situation is around the doping issue when there has been nothing official released :rolleyes:

bad gambler
10-06-2005, 11:16 AM
Yes, Surfers is awesome. Like Thursdays in Melbourne is actually very good, but Surfers is totally different.


hehe I haven't been to Melbourne since the Open this year - but I basically went to Chapel St every night whilst I was down there :drink: :yeah:

JeNn
10-06-2005, 11:19 AM
hehe I haven't been to Melbourne since the Open this year - but I basically went to Chapel St every night whilst I was down there :drink: :yeah:

Chapel St is awesome!! Where did you go along there?

As for schoolies, well yes it will be super dodgy, as always, lots of people doing it on the beach. Maybe I'll be able to pick up some younger men :eek:

bad gambler
10-06-2005, 11:23 AM
Chapel St is awesome!! Where did you go along there?

As for schoolies, well yes it will be super dodgy, as always, lots of people doing it on the beach. Maybe I'll be able to pick up some younger men :eek:


blue bar was the real hot spot in January - I was amazed at the number of players who I saw there as well :eek:

the other main one I went to was Bridie O'Reilly's - i have a soft spot for those Irish ;)

i was down there with a few mates of mine, and we swore that if rusty won that final we would swim across the yarra - but that ended up being a dream :sad:

Action Jackson
10-06-2005, 11:25 AM
lol i love it how we have so many people on MTF who seem to know exactly what the situation is around the doping issue when there has been nothing official released :rolleyes:

For sure, then again so many here have great delusions about many things. I mean I got my bad rep by the way, that's what happens when you point out an obvious flaw.

JeNn
10-06-2005, 11:26 AM
blue bar was the real hot spot in January - I was amazed at the number of players who I saw there as well :eek:

I have only been to blue bar once. It was good though. Which players did you see there?

the other main one I went to was Bridie O'Reilly's - i have a soft spot for those Irish ;)

Bridie's is cool.

i was down there with a few mates of mine, and we swore that if rusty won that final we would swim across the yarra - but that ended up being a dream :sad:

You are probably lucky, saved yourself from water borne diseases. That's one good thing about Rusty losing :sad:

Action Jackson
10-06-2005, 11:26 AM
blue bar was the real hot spot in January - I was amazed at the number of players who I saw there as well :eek:

the other main one I went to was Bridie O'Reilly's - i have a soft spot for those Irish ;)

i was down there with a few mates of mine, and we swore that if rusty won that final we would swim across the yarra - but that ended up being a dream :sad:

You party animal and I am trying to remember where I went. I know on the first Wed I went to the Loft, a huge venue, but there were too many fake blondes and there seemed to be a lot of AFL players.

Where is the blue bar? Chapel St is a funny place and I prefer the grungy part for sure.

Smankyou
10-06-2005, 11:27 AM
just had another hit at white city courts - man did i blow today :sad:
Get off my courts, kid.

bad gambler
10-06-2005, 11:31 AM
I have only been to blue bar once. It was good though. Which players did you see there?

Bridie's is cool.

You are probably lucky, saved yourself from water borne diseases. That's one good thing about Rusty losing :sad:

some included ginperi, blake (the night he lost to hewitt) and kiefer.

bad gambler
10-06-2005, 11:31 AM
Get off my courts, kid.


well i'm a local now so they're mine as well :nerner:

Action Jackson
10-06-2005, 11:35 AM
Get off my courts, kid.

Lucky I am not there, they get bombed with clay overnight.

JeNn
10-06-2005, 11:36 AM
You party animal and I am trying to remember where I went. I know on the first Wed I went to the Loft, a huge venue, but there were too many fake blondes and there seemed to be a lot of AFL players.


There are AFL players everywhere you go out in Melbourne. Particularly Billboards and Boutique. They are good pick up joints if you want a one nighter with them :o

Action Jackson
10-06-2005, 11:40 AM
There are AFL players everywhere you go out in Melbourne. Particularly Billboards and Boutique. They are good pick up joints if you want a one nighter with them :o

That's you and not me, but I did see some WTA players out when I was there this time around apart from Babsi Schett I had to be told who they were.

I think Babsi is still shagging Eagle.

JeNn
10-06-2005, 11:44 AM
That's you and not me, but I did see some WTA players out when I was there this time around apart from Babsi Schett I had to be told who they were.

I think Babsi is still shagging Eagle.

Babsi is very beautiful though. She's very distinctive also that's probably why you noticed her. Alot of the other players look like average everyday girls. I thought she was shagging Schuettler now? :confused: I love how she gets around :p

Anyway, off to work....speak to you guys later.

Choupi
10-06-2005, 11:57 AM
Lucky I am not there, they get bombed with clay overnight.
Why am I not surprised? :)

bad gambler
10-06-2005, 01:13 PM
Lucky I am not there, they get bombed with clay overnight.


i'll let the guys down there to watch out for you next time you come up - all that red stuff hurts my eyes ;)

Angle Queen
10-06-2005, 01:26 PM
For sure, then again so many here have great delusions about many things. I'm delusional.

:sad: seems like this thread is now only for the cool Aussies (and them that live there ;) ). Guess I'll just have to lurk. :p

bad gambler
10-06-2005, 01:28 PM
I'm delusional.

:sad: seems like this thread is now only for the cool Aussies (and them that live there ;) ). Guess I'll just have to lurk. :p


:lol: we do not discriminate

and in any case I think GWH would be offended since you have basically classed him as an "aussie"

Action Jackson
10-06-2005, 01:32 PM
I'm delusional.

:sad: seems like this thread is now only for the cool Aussies (and them that live there ;) ). Guess I'll just have to lurk. :p

I meant delusional people on MTF in general and there will be enough for a 128 draw in the arse clown championships, when there are such legends as ys and others then that's clear enough.

Angle Queen
10-06-2005, 02:30 PM
and in any case I think GWH would be offended since you have basically classed him as an "aussie"Did not. :p He's one of those 'them that live there.' If that's an incorrect statement...I'll need to be corrected. :)

Angle Queen
10-06-2005, 02:32 PM
I meant delusional people on MTF in general and there will be enough for a 128 draw in the arse clown championships, when there are such legends as ys and others then that's clear enough.Laugh a little George. ;) I do have delusions of thinking Henman could still win Wimbledon...if the stars were all aligned and the Top 10 withdraws in protest over doubles being eliminated as a form of the game.

And I'm with ya on the arses. My personal favorite didn't even make it out of the first round. :(

bad gambler
10-06-2005, 02:33 PM
Did not. :p He's one of those 'them that live there.' If that's an incorrect statement...I'll need to be corrected. :)

nah he is an aussie, last i heard he was applying for permanent residency since he loves the country so much :p

Action Jackson
10-06-2005, 02:42 PM
nah he is an aussie, last i heard he was applying for permanent residency since he loves the country so much :p

Funny man as always.

I never asked which part of India are you from?

Smankyou
10-07-2005, 08:13 AM
I never asked which part of India are you from?
The part where they like cricket.

Action Jackson
10-07-2005, 08:16 AM
The part where they like cricket.

Hahahaha, I hope you can pick me out when I am the tennis.

Smankyou
10-07-2005, 08:20 AM
Kristen is very handy to have around. And I know what players you like. It should be easy.

Action Jackson
10-07-2005, 08:23 AM
Kristen is very handy to have around. And I know what players you like. It should be easy.

Hehehehe, you'll see it won't be that easy. How is Double Bay these days? Any more Jews moved in there recently?

Smankyou
10-07-2005, 08:29 AM
Hehehehe, you'll see it won't be that easy. How is Double Bay these days? Any more Jews moved in there recently?
It will be that easy. In Sydney anyway. Our code will be "Tassie". I'll keep calling it out and wait until you respond. I'm sure Double Bay is fine but I live in Darling Point, buddy. ;) There are two things we're not short of and that's Jews and bmws.

Action Jackson
10-07-2005, 08:35 AM
It will be that easy. In Sydney anyway. Our code will be "Tassie". I'll keep calling it out and wait until you respond. I'm sure Double Bay is fine but I live in Darling Point, buddy. ;) There are two things we're not short of and that's Jews and bmws.

Aha! are you going to be expecting some hunk with a singsong Scandinavian accent to turn around at the mention of "Tassie"? I could make it easy for you and wear the Tasmanian cricket shirt. So are we going to have a match at White City with bad gambler then?

Smankyou
10-07-2005, 08:54 AM
Aha! are you going to be expecting some hunk with a singsong Scandinavian accent to turn around at the mention of "Tassie"? I could make it easy for you and wear the Tasmanian cricket shirt. So are we going to have a match at White City with bad gambler then?
Is that wrong of me to think that? YOU DON'T HAVE AN ACCENT? Now you've completely killed any fantasy I ever had about you. And don't you expect a gorgeous, Persian girl. I may as well prepare you from now. Sounds like a good game. The two of you vs. me. Yes, I'm that good. ;) :o

Have a good one tonight, GWH. :wavey:

Action Jackson
10-07-2005, 09:20 AM
Is that wrong of me to think that? YOU DON'T HAVE AN ACCENT? Now you've completely killed any fantasy I ever had about you. And don't you expect a gorgeous, Persian girl. I may as well prepare you from now. Sounds like a good game. The two of you vs. me. Yes, I'm that good. ;) :o

Have a good one tonight, GWH. :wavey:

Don't read into anything I said about whether I have an accent or not. I haven't indicated anything either way. As for the game this shall be fun.

bad gambler
10-07-2005, 02:19 PM
Funny man as always.

I never asked which part of India are you from?

from south - specifically from madras now known as chennai

and as smanky pointed out, a cricket loving area as well :silly:

bad gambler
10-07-2005, 02:20 PM
It will be that easy. In Sydney anyway. Our code will be "Tassie". I'll keep calling it out and wait until you respond. I'm sure Double Bay is fine but I live in Darling Point, buddy. ;) There are two things we're not short of and that's Jews and bmws.


well well darling point, la di daaaa only cafe late for you then eh? :p

Action Jackson
10-07-2005, 02:20 PM
from south - specifically from madras now known as chennai

and as smanky pointed out, a cricket loving area as well :silly:

You know all about hot food then? I know one of the Tamils from Malaysia that has an Indian restaurant here and he made the comment about the hotness of the food. There is Tasmanian hot and our hot and I just laughed.

I just rediscovered my love for the PMK, it has been dormant for too long.

bad gambler
10-07-2005, 02:21 PM
And don't you expect a gorgeous, Persian girl.

you know how to kill off a guy's fantasy smanky :sad:

bad gambler
10-07-2005, 02:23 PM
You know all about hot food then? I know one of the Tamils from Malaysia that has an Indian restaurant here and he made the comment about the hotness of the food. There is Tasmanian hot and our hot and I just laughed.

I just rediscovered my love for the PMK, it has been dormant for too long.


of course love my food nice and hot :lick:

ever heard of the madras vindaloo? world famous :)

what has PMK done to rediscover this long lost love? :lol:

Action Jackson
10-07-2005, 02:27 PM
of course love my food nice and hot :lick:

ever heard of the madras vindaloo? world famous :)

what has PMK done to rediscover this long lost love? :lol:

The Madras vindaloo have heard about it, but never eaten it. I will be glad that it will clean my insides out and I haven't had a vindaloo in ages, think it's time I had one.

The PMK, well I can't help it that I happen to like Seppi, even though he is an AC Milan fan. I mean I didn't expect him to beat the PMK, but didn't expect him to win. I remembered the whole Cañas thing this year and that really bought the love back.

Is it me or the World XI are here on the piss for a holiday?

bad gambler
10-07-2005, 02:45 PM
The Madras vindaloo have heard about it, but never eaten it. I will be glad that it will clean my insides out and I haven't had a vindaloo in ages, think it's time I had one.

you can handle the hot stuff?



The PMK, well I can't help it that I happen to like Seppi, even though he is an AC Milan fan. I mean I didn't expect him to beat the PMK, but didn't expect him to win. I remembered the whole Cañas thing this year and that really bought the love back.

Is it me or the World XI are here on the piss for a holiday?

i'm indifferent with respect to PMK, though the way he tore apart willy at AO was pretty impressive.

as to the world XI - the answer is $1.3million, thats how much these guys are sharing over the 3 games. the concept is nice but in practice was never going to work. lets hope for a better showing from the test team

Action Jackson
10-07-2005, 02:55 PM
The hot stuff is good for me.

I mean the PMK well my friend has those feelings about Hanescu this year, he has fucked him over so many times it's not funny. The Swedish DC saga gets worse, especially with Söderling faking an injury not to play in India, the guy is a dickhead and having Zabaleta giving him one in the stomach in Hamburg was a good thing.

Bolar Bolabi
10-07-2005, 03:02 PM
Chanderpaul should be in the one dayers ahead of Kallis and probably Dravid. Have a look in the thread on the gambling forum and you'll see the stats I've pulled.

Chanderpaul is an under-rated player and is stiff not to be playing for the World XI

its.like.that
10-08-2005, 02:15 AM
Chanderpaul should be in the one dayers ahead of Kallis and probably Dravid. Have a look in the thread on the gambling forum and you'll see the stats I've pulled.

Chanderpaul is an under-rated player and is stiff not to be playing for the World XI

:haha::haha::haha:

JeNn
10-08-2005, 02:39 AM
:wavey:

bad gambler
10-08-2005, 02:47 AM
hey jen how you doing :wavey:

Lee
10-08-2005, 03:01 AM
This thread should rename to "Aussies and mates chat thread" ;)

bad gambler
10-08-2005, 03:24 AM
This thread should rename to "Aussies and mates chat thread" ;)


are you going to be a "mate" and start posting in here then? ;)

JeNn
10-08-2005, 04:53 AM
hey jen how you doing :wavey:

I've got a flu :sad:

Lee
10-08-2005, 05:11 AM
are you going to be a "mate" and start posting in here then? ;)

I like to mate, but.....

The problem is I know nothing about what you, GWH, smankyou, Jimbo and JeN talked about. It's too Aussie, you know ;)

Bolar Bolabi
10-08-2005, 05:57 AM
:haha::haha::haha:

Look at the stats I've pulled and you'll see why.

He's had a far better one day year than Kallis and Dravid. In any case, he should be ahead of Kallis.

Action Jackson
10-08-2005, 01:47 PM
This thread should rename to "Aussies and mates chat thread" ;)

Well Lee you are welcome to join in and contribute, most of the people in here can talk about other things than Aussie sayings.

its.like.that
10-08-2005, 01:56 PM
Well Lee you are welcome to join in and contribute, most of the people in here can talk about other things than Aussie sayings.

"she be right mate"

Action Jackson
10-08-2005, 01:58 PM
"she be right mate"

Yeah, mate.

Are you back in Canberra? I thought you'd be at the Durham Castle tonight?

Berdych and Gonzo in the 1st round of Vienna.

its.like.that
10-08-2005, 02:02 PM
Yeah, mate.

Are you back in Canberra? I thought you'd be at the Durham Castle tonight?

Berdych and Gonzo in the 1st round of Vienna.

nar, unfortunately I'm still in Syndey, but I shall be back within the next few days.

:)

ClaycourtaZzZz.
10-08-2005, 02:07 PM
Jimbo:shout:

Action Jackson
10-08-2005, 02:07 PM
nar, unfortunately I'm still in Syndey, but I shall be back within the next few days.

:)

I posted a Yannick Noah interview on GM, it's funny. He talk about smoking weed and the time he shagged some woman before he went out and played, got to love that work.

its.like.that
10-08-2005, 02:10 PM
Jimbo:shout:

:bigwave:

:retard:

its.like.that
10-08-2005, 02:11 PM
I posted a Yannick Noah interview on GM, it's funny. He talk about smoking weed and the time he shagged some woman before he went out and played, got to love that work.

:D

Tom Boonen style... or should I say - Cipollini style :cool:

ClaycourtaZzZz.
10-08-2005, 02:13 PM
:bigwave:

:retard:

I'll do this with you:smash::p

ClaycourtaZzZz.
10-08-2005, 02:14 PM
Who's watching soccer tonight?:lol:

Action Jackson
10-08-2005, 02:14 PM
:D

Tom Boonen style... or should I say - Cipollini style :cool:

Got to respect class like that. I mean I couldn't imagine Thorpe doing that and btw, I realised Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Thorpe are lookalikes.

ClaycourtaZzZz.
10-08-2005, 02:15 PM
Got to respect class like that. I mean I couldn't imagine Thorpe doing that and btw, I realised Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Thorpe are lookalikes.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic:retard: Where does he play now?:o

sigmagirl91
10-08-2005, 02:28 PM
G'morning, all. What's up?

Action Jackson
10-08-2005, 02:43 PM
Zlatan Ibrahimovic:retard: Where does he play now?:o

Could you go through a day and not use the retard smiley? I doubt it.

He is at Juventus.

ClaycourtaZzZz.
10-08-2005, 02:45 PM
:lol:


Juventus:smash:

Action Jackson
10-08-2005, 02:46 PM
Who's watching soccer tonight?:lol:

Yes, some huge matches tonight and hopefully the Swiss can do the right thing and not lose to the French.

Btw, which Swiss team do you support?

ClaycourtaZzZz.
10-08-2005, 02:54 PM
Oh, I support FC Thun and YB, they're near me, so it's :yeah:

Action Jackson
10-08-2005, 02:59 PM
Oh, I support FC Thun and YB, they're near me, so it's :yeah:

Thanks for that Thun doing well in Champs League.

ClaycourtaZzZz.
10-08-2005, 03:00 PM
I was sooo happy that they caught the win in the last minute:p

Action Jackson
10-08-2005, 03:14 PM
Thun have a big match against Ajax and the ground is so small they play in Bern anyway.

ClaycourtaZzZz.
10-08-2005, 04:17 PM
It's the new stadium, Stade de Suisse, it's big... over 40k

Action Jackson
10-08-2005, 04:19 PM
It's the new stadium, Stade de Suisse, it's big... over 40k

Which canton are you from?

ClaycourtaZzZz.
10-08-2005, 04:21 PM
Bern:p

its.like.that
10-09-2005, 09:46 AM
Bern:p

:retard::retard:

ClaycourtaZzZz.
10-09-2005, 10:01 AM
STFU, you live in a slum:retard:

Action Jackson
10-10-2005, 07:11 AM
I wonder which side the Aussies will play to qualify for the World Cup, more than likely they will play Uruguay again, though I am not sure if they will do any better this time.

Got to love the Germans stealing the moose warning signs in Norway.

http://www.aftenposten.no/english/local/article862325.ece

Endangered moose

Tis familiar Norwegian sight - a traffic sign showing a moose crossing - has become a hot souvenir item for tourists willing to ignore the law. Several hundred of the distinctive signs disappear from Norwegian roadsides every year, newspaper Nationen reports.

http://cache.aftenposten.no/multimedia/archive/00219/_1048304_jpg_219214h.jpg

The sign warns of "unusually high moose danger" for the next 800 meters.

The wandering moose in a bright red warning triangle is enjoying unprecedented popularity, and they are being stolen at a record rate.

"There are 500 moose signs stolen per year, many of them by Germans," Geir Ove Nordgård of the Public Roads Directorate told the newspaper.

The sale of souvenir stickers depicting the moose sign has been a popular item for years, but now tourists want the real thing, and nearly always opt to steal them.

Euroskilt, the firm that delivers the moose warnings, has only been approached once by a prospective private buyer.

"They were tourists that visited our office," said financial chief Erik Ødeli. "We haven't tried selling signs to tourists."

its.like.that
10-10-2005, 10:12 AM
STFU, you live in a slum:retard:

what are you implying?

:retard:

its.like.that
10-10-2005, 10:14 AM
I wonder which side the Aussies will play to qualify for the World Cup, more than likely they will play Uruguay again, though I am not sure if they will do any better this time.

Got to love the Germans stealing the moose warning signs in Norway.

Poor mooses.

You've just got to watch Rocky and Bullwinkle to understand how truly great the animal is.

Action Jackson
10-10-2005, 10:41 AM
Poor mooses.

You've just got to watch Rocky and Bullwinkle to understand how truly great the animal is.

The moose is a great animal, and when I pet moose died, I ate the thing.

I am bringing the moose mascot to the Aus Open, it needs it's own seat.

its.like.that
10-10-2005, 10:45 AM
The moose is a great animal, and when I pet moose died, I ate the thing.

I am bringing the moose mascot to the Aus Open, it needs it's own seat.

:)

you would have been handy to have at the beach in Bondi, plenty of nice looking scandis around there.

Action Jackson
10-10-2005, 10:53 AM
:)

you would have been handy to have at the beach in Bondi, plenty of nice looking scandis around there.

Has the weather been alright there or what? Bondi I thought was full of English, Isrealis, other Jews, Kiwi and a smattering of the rest.

Hope you got a good view when you were there.

its.like.that
10-10-2005, 11:11 AM
Has the weather been alright there or what? Bondi I thought was full of English, Isrealis, other Jews, Kiwi and a smattering of the rest.

Hope you got a good view when you were there.

It has been rather windy most days, which is a pain in the proverbial for going swimming, and it rained a couple of mornings, but there has been at least a sunny period everyday.

As for the permanent residents, these are largely made up of Jews (namely Hungarian, Israeli and Russian), orthodox Russians, and Kiwis.

But in regards to the temporary ones, there are many kiwis and poms who come over for 6-12 months at a time. That said, at any given moment, there is no shortage of young scandis (predominantly swedes), french, italians and krauts - some of whom are only around for a few weeks at a time, others find temporary employment and stay a couple months.

Yes I had a nice time up there, but I'm home now and it's time to put in the hard yards and get back into shape.

Action Jackson
10-10-2005, 11:19 AM
Your training schedule would be pretty hard fairly soon, unless you are a sprint swimmer. At the same time I will be going to the gym more as it helps me during the upcoming exam time and also since I can't afford EPO I need to improve it this way.

You live in Red Hill or Manuka, then again where is there good to go in Canberra? I was only there once and went to Fithy McFaddens, the Durham Castle and the like.

bad gambler
10-10-2005, 11:40 AM
you have returned from paradise eh jim?

Action Jackson
10-10-2005, 11:42 AM
It used to be said the Norwegians were the prudes, this guy must have been bored.

http://www.aftenposten.no/english/local/article1128413.ece

Orgy may result in charges

Swedish police ended their surveillance by raiding a hotel room where a middle-aged Norwegian woman was entertaining eight naked men, one of them her husband.
The Norwegian couple had to turn hundreds away from the gangbang party they held at the Hotel Scandic in Mölndal in Sweden.

The Norwegian couple had placed a contact ad on the Internet announcing a gangbang party to be held in a room at the Hotel Scandic in Mölndal, just outside of Gothenburg, Swedish newspaper Expressen reports.

The couple had 480 responses and picked out 15 to attend the 'party'. The invitees paid NOK 300 per head to take part, money to cover the hotel expenses.

"Both my husband and I have wanted for several years to have sex with each other and several men at the same time," the woman told police, according to Expressen.


Police waited half an hour before ending their surveillance and making their raid. They believe the gangbang party is good business for the Norwegian couple, and that they also sell film of the orgy on their web site.
Two of the invitees have been charged with purchasing sex, and police are unsure about how many may have managed to do so.

The case is the first of its type in Sweden. Vice prosecutor Göran Sjödell wants to test the case to see if the court agrees that the money paid can be viewed as payment for sex.

"If the court agrees then I will take the matter further. Then the Norwegians can be charged with pimping, while the other men can be charged with purchasing sex," Sjödell said.

If the couple had held their party in Norway, prosecution would be highly unlikely, as buying sex does not violate the law.

sigmagirl91
10-10-2005, 11:43 AM
Ummm...OK.

its.like.that
10-10-2005, 11:47 AM
you have returned from paradise eh jim?

:lol:

it was a lovely fortnight, but like all good things, it had to come to an end.

:sad:

Action Jackson
10-10-2005, 11:48 AM
Ummm...OK.

You seemed bemused Empress? I am more pissed off about the Germans stealing the moose signs.

bad gambler
10-10-2005, 11:50 AM
You seemed bemused Empress? I am more pissed off about the Germans stealing the moose signs.

i'm slow on the uptake tonight, what are you talking about? :confused:

Action Jackson
10-10-2005, 11:53 AM
i'm slow on the uptake tonight, what are you talking about? :confused:

I posted an article where Germans have been stealing moose warning signs in Norway and also a Orgy may result in charges article. The first one pisses me off more than the second.

bad gambler
10-10-2005, 12:01 PM
hmm some interesting night time reading to say the least.. strange

Action Jackson
10-10-2005, 12:03 PM
hmm some interesting night time reading to say the least.. strange

I have plenty more of them. There is one with a band that would be alfonso's favourite "The Cumshots", he'd have to like that name.

its.like.that
10-10-2005, 12:47 PM
Your training schedule would be pretty hard fairly soon, unless you are a sprint swimmer. At the same time I will be going to the gym more as it helps me during the upcoming exam time and also since I can't afford EPO I need to improve it this way.

You live in Red Hill or Manuka, then again where is there good to go in Canberra? I was only there once and went to Fithy McFaddens, the Durham Castle and the like.

I am a sprint swimmer, but this still requires intense training, and pushing one's self to the limits which goes hand in hand with vomiting what little food remains in one's stomach.

As for the supplements which can help you out with your exams, you can could try drinking Sustagen and taking creatine.

As for the Canberra region - Manuka is the place to be for the young and trendy as well as the rich during the daytime, while the nightlife is dominated by the wogs and the older clubgoers.

Filthy's is the best place to go for underage drinking, or if you just wanna have a few laughs with some mates. Many of my mates still go there out of habit I suppose. It is generally not a place that females like to hang around, so if you are seeking the company of that particular gender you will unlikely have any luck there, but it is a good place for playing darts.

Durham is slightly more upmarket and has tighter security, while Holy Grail (which is next to Durham) is severely overpriced and therefore tends to attract more of the older crowd. These 3 joints (amongst others), are located in Kingston, which is a short 5 minute walk from Manuka.

I don't live in the Manuka-Kingston area, but my school of 11 years (which also happens to be the school attended by Gough Whitlam :p) is located within a 5 minute walk of each, so I am well familiar with it. Red Hill is a sprawling suburb of great contrast: government housing - average family homes - trendy townhouse/villas - multi million dollar residences, but for some reason, people tend to associate it with the latter, even though it represents a vast minority of the area. Forrest, which like Red Hill is also adjacent to Manuka, is the most sought after suburb in Canberra which represents households with the highest average income - it is also where Packer and Murdoch have their Canberra residences, and where the old Raiders used to live when they were on top of the league.

edit: Forrest is more or less the Sandy Bay of Canberra.

The Prime Minister's Lodge is located in Deakin, which is on the opposite side of Forrest to Red Hill, and on the other side of Deakin is Yarralumla - which features 60%+ of Embassies and diplomatic residences. All these suburbs are pretty much centred around Parliament House and the lake (which is visible in that picture of Mal Meninga you copied in the tennis lookalikes thread :lol: ).

Civic (Canberra City) is the main nightspot in Canberra, of which the most popular joint ironically, is affectionately known as 'the Moose' (Moose heads). This is where the Black Eyed Peas went after their gig down here 6 years ago, and where the visiting and local rugby league/union teams like to head to after a game. There is a separate bar and nightclub, depending on what you feel like. The place was burnt down a few years ago, before being re-opened last year. It's meant to be modelled on a "traditional" Canadian bar (whatever that means) hence the name, but it's a nice place nonetheless.

its.like.that
10-10-2005, 12:54 PM
If the couple had held their party in Norway, prosecution would be highly unlikely, as buying sex does not violate the law.

gotta love that socialist law.

:lol:

Action Jackson
10-10-2005, 01:07 PM
gotta love that socialist law.

:lol:

Well, the thing is the Norwegians were more known for being the country bumpkins and the Swedes more sophisticated, but it seems like someone is behind the times and it's not the country with oil money.

Corey Feldman
10-10-2005, 01:11 PM
Yo george, jimbo
another week, no doubt more tennis dissapointments for me coming up..
ive PAW'D Stockholm..
and i see Muster's returned for the doubles in Vienna as well

Action Jackson
10-10-2005, 01:14 PM
Yo george, jimbo
another week, no doubt more tennis dissapointments for me coming up..
ive PAW'D Stockholm..
and i see Muster's returned for the doubles in Vienna as well

Hei Mikey

Tennis season doesn't begin for me until Qatar again and with PAW, just going through the motions until the AO comes around again. Had another result off the clay, this is no good.

Have to thank Scotland for doing the right thing and losing to Belarus. Norway are crap and play rubbish football and at the press conference the Moldovan manager pretty much said so, that they will do nothing in the playoff.

Great to see Muster back, he should have played with Koubek, but Marach isn't a bad guy.

Corey Feldman
10-10-2005, 01:26 PM
Yes i know what you mean about the PAW..i slipped to new depths last week... 3-13 in Tokyo and propping up the rear of the field.

im looking more forward to the events left this year in Basel and Paris, as for this week i'll just enjoy the snooker on tv.

bad gambler
10-10-2005, 01:34 PM
Yes i know what you mean about the PAW..i slipped to new depths last week... 3-13 in Tokyo and propping up the rear of the field.

im looking more forward to the events left this year in Basel and Paris, as for this week i'll just enjoy the snooker on tv.


you won't even follow the great brit's progress in Vienna as he rips apart the field? ;)

its.like.that
10-10-2005, 01:34 PM
Yo george, jimbo
another week, no doubt more tennis dissapointments for me coming up..
ive PAW'D Stockholm..
and i see Muster's returned for the doubles in Vienna as well

keep it up champ :yeah:

you gonna be rejoining me in the top 10 richest mtf users list anytime soon?

:p

Action Jackson
10-10-2005, 01:38 PM
you won't even follow the great brit's progress in Vienna as he rips apart the field? ;)

You think so. At least in Vienna there is a good percentage of players I like in this field. I have been to the tournament, for an indoor event it's not bad.

bad gambler
10-10-2005, 01:44 PM
You think so. At least in Vienna there is a good percentage of players I like in this field. I have been to the tournament, for an indoor event it's not bad.


I have never been to Vienna but from what I have heard is a god's city, really beautiful with some sublime architecture (like most european cities i guess :) )

I would love to just take 2 months off and go on a european ATP tour following the action live. Hopefuly one day it will happen.

bad gambler
10-10-2005, 01:45 PM
And for the record I think Henman will probably lose to Dupuis :rolleyes: :sad:

Action Jackson
10-10-2005, 01:49 PM
I have never been to Vienna but from what I have heard is a god's city, really beautiful with some sublime architecture (like most european cities i guess :) )

Vienna is worth visiting and it does have a lot of beautiful architecture, huge schnitzels, great coffee houses, with real coffee, can sit there all day if one wants. I mean I wouldn't live there, as I don't like large places. I mean I might have to post some pics of Norway and my hometown in here at some point.

I would love to just take 2 months off and go on a european ATP tour following the action live. Hopefuly one day it will happen.

I have done that, then again I used to work all year and take 2 weeks of my holidays in Jan and come for the AO. I do enjoy some of the mickey mouse tournaments in Europe, it's knowing which ones to go to.

its.like.that
10-10-2005, 01:59 PM
Vienna is worth visiting and it does have a lot of beautiful architecture, huge schnitzels, great coffee houses, with real coffee, can sit there all day if one wants. I mean I wouldn't live there, as I don't like large places. I mean I might have to post some pics of Norway and my hometown in here at some point.



I have done that, then again I used to work all year and take 2 weeks of my holidays in Jan and come for the AO. I do enjoy some of the mickey mouse tournaments in Europe, it's knowing which ones to go to.

Nottingham and Surbiton for sure.

:yeah:

ClaycourtaZzZz.
10-10-2005, 02:02 PM
Jimbo, you aren't a seed in The ultimate MTF popularity contest (128 player draw) :haha: me neither:lol:

ClaycourtaZzZz.
10-10-2005, 02:03 PM
Mikey, where are your 2 millions of vcash?:ras:

its.like.that
10-10-2005, 02:20 PM
Jimbo, you aren't a seed in The ultimate MTF popularity contest (128 player draw) :haha: me neither:lol:

shall we hold hands and shed tears?

its.like.that
10-10-2005, 02:20 PM
Mikey, where are your 2 millions of vcash?:ras:

jackass, where are you in the top 10 of anything?

:shrug:

Choupi
10-10-2005, 02:22 PM
:wavey: Guys! Sorry to interrupt the flow of your convo, but, as you've talked about tennis events, if you wanna see some of the pics I've taken in Metz, you can check the respective players forums of Monfils and Acasuso. You can also check the chat thread on the Gaudio forum. And for the most courageous of you, you can also have a look at the Mo Lahyani thread...

bad gambler
10-10-2005, 02:22 PM
Vienna is worth visiting and it does have a lot of beautiful architecture, huge schnitzels, great coffee houses, with real coffee, can sit there all day if one wants. I mean I wouldn't live there, as I don't like large places. I mean I might have to post some pics of Norway and my hometown in here at some point.



I have done that, then again I used to work all year and take 2 weeks of my holidays in Jan and come for the AO. I do enjoy some of the mickey mouse tournaments in Europe, it's knowing which ones to go to.

nice - well when i do decide to do it i know who to ask, though i have a fair idea as to the tournaments I want to go to

bad gambler
10-10-2005, 02:23 PM
:wavey: Guys! Sorry to interrupt the flow of your convo, but, as you've talked about tennis events, if you wanna see some of the pics I've taken in Metz, you can check the respective players forums of Monfils and Acasuso. You can also check the chat thread on the Gaudio forum. And for the most courageous of you, you can also have a look at the Mo Layani thread...


had a look at the chucho ones, some great ones there thanks! :)

will check out the other ones now :bolt:

Action Jackson
10-10-2005, 02:28 PM
:wavey: Guys! Sorry to interrupt the flow of your convo, but, as you've talked about tennis events, if you wanna see some of the pics I've taken in Metz, you can check the respective players forums of Monfils and Acasuso. You can also check the chat thread on the Gaudio forum. And for the most courageous of you, you can also have a look at the Mo Lahyani thread...

You can always interrupt, and thanks for all the pics that you have provided. You do a lot better than I do when it comes to that sort of thing.

Action Jackson
10-10-2005, 02:29 PM
nice - well when i do decide to do it i know who to ask, though i have a fair idea as to the tournaments I want to go to

That would make sense. There is one I haven't gone to, but I really want to go to. That's the Barcelona tournament, heard many good things about it from different sources, plus I think I could see a game at Camp Nou if I am lucky as well, a true cultural trip.

its.like.that
10-10-2005, 02:31 PM
nice work Choupi

:yeah:

Choupi
10-10-2005, 02:37 PM
You can always interrupt, and thanks for all the pics that you have provided. You do a lot better than I do when it comes to that sort of thing.
Well I don't know if I do a better job as I have never seen your pics, but what's sure is that the camera does a good part of the job without me. :)

Corey Feldman
10-10-2005, 02:42 PM
keep it up champ :yeah:

you gonna be rejoining me in the top 10 richest mtf users list anytime soon?

:p
Not likely with my form thesedays :p
i make 1 big run of cash every year, so like a phoenix from the flames i'll rise again in 2006 ;)

you won't even follow the great brit's progress in Vienna as he rips apart the field? ;)Dupuis is 1 of the few players who's in even worse form than Henman, so Tim might scrape one more win before the season's out :D

Corey Feldman
10-10-2005, 02:45 PM
Mikey, where are your 2 millions of vcash?:ras:That was lost long ago :ras:
Nadal on F.Lo ..
:rolleyes: myself for betting on them
i'll be back one day :yeah:

Corey Feldman
10-10-2005, 02:45 PM
Btw Jimbo, make sure amanda doesnt commit fraud on you again :p

Action Jackson
10-10-2005, 02:46 PM
Not likely with my form thesedays :p
i make 1 big run of cash every year, so like a phoenix from the flames i'll rise again in 2006 ;)

Dupuis is 1 of the few players who's in even worse form than Henman, so Tim might scrape one more win before the season's out :D

Oui oui Dupuis has won a title indoors, guess who the victim was? It was Mario Ancic.

Choupi
10-10-2005, 02:49 PM
:bigwave: Hello dear!


i'll be back one day :yeah:
I have no doubt...;)

Corey Feldman
10-10-2005, 02:50 PM
the 2nd greatest choker on tour, according to some ;)

my 1st PAW this week was chela over spadea.. guess who's getting humped 2-6 1-4 :banghead:

Corey Feldman
10-10-2005, 02:51 PM
:wavey: choupi... i'll try remember see those pics :)

Choupi
10-10-2005, 03:10 PM
:wavey: choupi... i'll try remember see those pics :)
Hehehe! I hope it works better than for the PM...;)

Action Jackson
10-10-2005, 03:20 PM
the 2nd greatest choker on tour, according to some ;)

my 1st PAW this week was chela over spadea.. guess who's getting humped 2-6 1-4 :banghead:

Are you in contention for the TMC? I mean I should just be a fool and go for upsets, that's what happened when I picked legit picks, these jokers picked Aldi in Palermo to beat Ferrer.

How are St. Mirren going?

ClaycourtaZzZz.
10-10-2005, 03:56 PM
That was lost long ago :ras:
Nadal on F.Lo ..
:rolleyes: myself for betting on them
i'll be back one day :yeah:


:haha:

I doubt it.

its.like.that
10-10-2005, 04:26 PM
:haha:

I doubt it.

on the other hand, you will never get there :retard:.

Action Jackson
10-10-2005, 04:44 PM
I am a sprint swimmer, but this still requires intense training, and pushing one's self to the limits which goes hand in hand with vomiting what little food remains in one's stomach.

As for the supplements which can help you out with your exams, you can could try drinking Sustagen and taking creatine.

What's Klim like? I think of him as a big guy who looks like Skeletor from the He-man series? It's a different type of training for sure, I don't know the swimmers can do it. I mean athletics was bad enough for me, but I am a land and not a water creature.

Thanks for the tips on the supplements, they should come in handy.

As for the Canberra region - Manuka is the place to be for the young and trendy as well as the rich during the daytime, while the nightlife is dominated by the wogs and the older clubgoers.

Filthy's is the best place to go for underage drinking, or if you just wanna have a few laughs with some mates. Many of my mates still go there out of habit I suppose. It is generally not a place that females like to hang around, so if you are seeking the company of that particular gender you will unlikely have any luck there, but it is a good place for playing darts.

Durham is slightly more upmarket and has tighter security, while Holy Grail (which is next to Durham) is severely overpriced and therefore tends to attract more of the older crowd. These 3 joints (amongst others), are located in Kingston, which is a short 5 minute walk from Manuka.

I know quite a few Tasmanians living in Canberra now, it seems the public service is the way to go. I am not sure if the Fyshwick supermarket might be a better job for some of them.

Thanks for the info about Filthy's and yes I was there with a few friends and definitely weren't getting any action in this regard. Yes, I went to those other two places and Durham wasn't that bad, though I did see this arse clown get thrown out horizontally which was funny for sure.

Thanks for the basic rundown of Canberra, so Forrest is the Lower Sandy Bay then? Isn't Queanbeyan the scum part or something like that.

Next time I am in Canberra, which could be sooner than I thought, I will keep this in mind. I used to go through there on the way to Thredbo and Jindy.

Corey Feldman
10-10-2005, 05:29 PM
Are you in contention for the TMC? I mean I should just be a fool and go for upsets, that's what happened when I picked legit picks, these jokers picked Aldi in Palermo to beat Ferrer.

How are St. Mirren going?
I need big results in the TMS...

saints are doing good so far, 2nd in the first division and into the challenge cup final, a knock out event for all non-premier league teams.

I doubt it.You'll see :)

Corey Feldman
10-10-2005, 05:36 PM
:lol: i posted in here today and only recently realized this wasnt YOUR thread ;)
i cant keep up thesedays
do you watch the snooker adee?

Action Jackson
10-10-2005, 05:37 PM
Chapter 1 is better than this thread :nerner:

Cause you were crying for sympathy about losing your girlfriend. Never thought the idea was get into the chat status.

ClaycourtaZzZz.
10-10-2005, 05:38 PM
on the other hand, you will never get there :retard:.

Wait and see, you arseclown.:o

ClaycourtaZzZz.
10-10-2005, 05:39 PM
Cause you were crying for sympathy about losing your girlfriend. Never thought the idea was get into the chat status.
:eek:

You lost your girlfriend?
Poor Adam, or lucky?:p

Action Jackson
10-10-2005, 05:40 PM
btw, the Adam, onward bound to the next one.

Corey Feldman
10-10-2005, 05:41 PM
Wait and see, you arseclown.:o
Will you two stop flirting :kiss:

ClaycourtaZzZz.
10-10-2005, 05:42 PM
Igor, show me tho money!:bowdown:

ClaycourtaZzZz.
10-10-2005, 05:43 PM
Will you two stop flirting :kiss:


:nerner: Tell him to stop, he is an arseclown and will be one forever:o

ClaycourtaZzZz.
10-10-2005, 05:44 PM
Ahhh, Mikey, when will you make it to 1$:haha:

Corey Feldman
10-10-2005, 05:52 PM
actually, i bet $28 on Gonzo today and should be getting $56 back soon :ras:
i havnt been taking it seriously lately, but thanks to you today i will NOW :devil:

ClaycourtaZzZz.
10-10-2005, 05:54 PM
Of course:p

I have 6k on Igor:ras:

ClaycourtaZzZz.
10-10-2005, 05:54 PM
And he's up 6-4 5-2:yippee:

ClaycourtaZzZz.
10-10-2005, 05:58 PM
:yippee::yippee::yippee::yippee:

Igor won 6-4 6-2:rocker2:

Action Jackson
10-10-2005, 05:59 PM
:eek: how harsh! I didn't want to go into chat status, but I like the power of being able to change thread title :p

I can change the thread title, but the sympathy line works man, you know it's true.

I'll change it later.

Corey Feldman
10-10-2005, 06:03 PM
Of course:p

I have 6k on Igor:ras:
6k? thats chump change :ras:
as Bilbo would say, When youve had $2,600,000 come back and talk to me :p

Action Jackson
10-10-2005, 06:05 PM
http://www.aftenposten.no/english/local/article824743.ece

Couple won't pay fine for sex on stage

http://cache.aftenposten.no/multimedia/archive/00206/DSC_2918_1032180_jp_206829h.jpg

The environmental activists who claim they had sex on stage at a live music festival in Norway this week to help protect the world's rain forests say they won't pay fines doled out by police. That means the case will likely head for court.

Leona Johanson and Tommy Hol Ellingsen (right) are challenging a fine for having sex on stage during a music festival.



Leona Johansson and Tommy Holm Ellingsen after leaving the police station in Kristiansand, fully clothed.


"We'd rather go to jail than accept a fine," claimed Tommy Holm Ellingsen, who had sex with partner Leona Johansson before an audience of thousands at the Quart Festival in Kristiansand on Tuesday. The stunt, which concert organizers claim came as a complete surprise, has set off shockwaves, even in liberal Norway.

Both Ellingsen and Johansson were called in for police questioning on Wednesday and later slapped with fines of NOK 10,000 (about USD 1,400) each for violating statutes dealing with public decency.

Ellingsen claims the couple performed the surprise sex stunt during a set by the controversial band The Cumshots "actually to draw attention to the rain forests, which are in the process of disappearing."

The couple also runs a porno web site called "Fuck for Forest," which offers pornographic photos for money that they claim they donate to rain forest preservation groups. " We're idealists, call us 'environmental radicals,'" Ellingsen said. "Porn is just a means of reaching our goals."

The case now seems bound for court, since the couple is appealing their fines. Police also fined all five band members of The Cumshots the same amount, but it remained unclear whether they'd be accepted or appealed.

Festival organizers, who claim they knew nothing of the planned sex stunt, have avoided any punitive action so far. Festival chief Toffen Gunnufsen said he was irritated that he had to use so much time dealing with the matter.

"This is a music festival with more than a hundred concerts," he said. "That's where the focus should be." Among the headliners are Alicia Keys and Morrisey

Action Jackson
10-10-2005, 06:06 PM
6k? thats chump change :ras:
as Bilbo would say, When youve had $2,600,000 come back and talk to me :p

Bilbo, would rip them a new one.

Corey Feldman
10-10-2005, 06:27 PM
:lol:

ClaycourtaZzZz.
10-10-2005, 06:28 PM
wow, Mikey, you have 5$:haha:

ClaycourtaZzZz.
10-10-2005, 06:29 PM
Those arses won't pay me the money:mad:

Corey Feldman
10-10-2005, 06:37 PM
i hacked your v-bank account and wired your money into my swiss bank account :ras:

ClaycourtaZzZz.
10-10-2005, 06:48 PM
:haha: :haha:

If only, I'd love to see the look on his face

Still jealous that I'm with your ex, Paulie?:ras:

ClaycourtaZzZz.
10-10-2005, 07:00 PM
Nah, explain it to me:lick:

its.like.that
10-10-2005, 07:03 PM
What's Klim like? I think of him as a big guy who looks like Skeletor from the He-man series? It's a different type of training for sure, I don't know the swimmers can do it. I mean athletics was bad enough for me, but I am a land and not a water creature.

Klim talks real dopey and he is just as smart as he sounds. He's a pleasant enough guy most of the time, although the girls who have been acquainted with his sleazy side are unlikely to share this view.

Thanks for the tips on the supplements, they should come in handy.

Sustagen is a basic supplement high in iron and protein that is meant to provide the body with the extra additives needed when it is put under constant stress.

Creatine on the other hand happens to be commonly used by bodybuilders. It is produced naturally in the body in set amounts, and it is what allows muscles to operate at maximum capacity - and of course the more of this stuff your body has the longer you can go flat out.

I know quite a few Tasmanians living in Canberra now, it seems the public service is the way to go. I am not sure if the Fyshwick supermarket might be a better job for some of them.

well that's why the city was built, and hence what the town is all about. I am pretty sure Canberra has the highest average income for Australian capital cities, and along with that you get people who think they know better than everyone else and like to let you know about it.

Thanks for the info about Filthy's and yes I was there with a few friends and definitely weren't getting any action in this regard. Yes, I went to those other two places and Durham wasn't that bad, though I did see this arse clown get thrown out horizontally which was funny for sure.

Thanks for the basic rundown of Canberra, so Forrest is the Lower Sandy Bay then? Isn't Queanbeyan the scum part or something like that.

Filthy's is by far my favourite out of those 3, but I only go there with mates, because the crowd at kingston is always the same and is less of the mingling type. Civic is the place to go if you want to meet people and see new faces.

Well, I have basically only described the inner south - which is the largest wealthy area, that also happens to surround the parliamentary triangle. As for Canberra in general, other than the city centre, there are 4 other town centres: Woden - which is only 15 minutes or so south of the centre of town, Tuggeranong - which is a further 30 minutes south of Woden, Belconnen - which is 30 mins northwest of the centre, and Gungahlin which is half an hour to the north. People of respective religions/ethnicities tend to live in the same areas, while each area also has its own niches of high wealth.

The areas looked down upon due to high levels of crime and so on are pretty much any agglomeration of public housing - notably the major 'ghetto' which is pretty much right in the heart of town on prime real estate :lol:, as well as the 'older' suburbs on the fringe of Canberra. It is quite trendy to buy a block of land either in the far north or deep south and build your own house, but the older suburbs which previously marked the edge of the town are being neglected and this brings in bad crowds.

The most trendy areas for young people to live are Kingston - which is the pretty much the only suburb around composed purely of appartments and townhouses (not more than 3-4 stories tall), and the inner city. Everywhere else, there is a mixture of families, old people, and single people alike.

Even though Queanbeyan is only around half an hours drive from Canberra city, it is actually a part of NSW, not ACT, although it is pretty much a 5th town centre to Canberra that wouldn't be around if it wasn't for the capital. Laws are slightly different, and that sort of thing, but Queanbeyan is a much more laid back country type area than Canberra - and this means that its population is less educated, less cultured, less accepting of other ethnicities, and more oriented towards drinking at the pub regularly, attending the horse/dog races, and various other activities 'country'. But it is also true that real estate is cheaper there, and so many people who work in Canberra live in Queanbeyan to cut back on living costs.

Queanbeyan is a rather depressing town, and is widely looked down upon by Canberrans which doesn't help it.

ClaycourtaZzZz.
10-10-2005, 07:20 PM
Just basically means that I had her first. And now that I'm finished with her, you get her 2nd which is never as good :)
:devil:

I don't care:yawn:

its.like.that
10-10-2005, 07:24 PM
:devil:

I don't care:yawn:

it's like buying 2nd hand clothes, they're not as good as new.

:p

ClaycourtaZzZz.
10-10-2005, 07:27 PM
:eek:

I beleive you get always the 2nd hand clothes:devil:

Bolar get's them 1st:ras:

its.like.that
10-10-2005, 07:45 PM
:eek:

I beleive you get always the 2nd hand clothes:devil:

Bolar get's them 1st:ras:

:confused:

ClaycourtaZzZz.
10-10-2005, 07:50 PM
:retard:

Don't look stupid, we know that you are stupid:o

Lee
10-10-2005, 09:02 PM
Just basically means that I had her first. And now that I'm finished with her, you get her 2nd which is never as good :)

That's not nice, Adam! Actually, it's really rude of you even PaulieM was your vgirlfriend.

So are Federer_Express and its.like.that.

ClaycourtaZzZz.
10-10-2005, 09:03 PM
Why am I rude?:o

Lee
10-10-2005, 09:08 PM
Why am I rude?:o

you failed to protect PaulieM's honour ;)

ClaycourtaZzZz.
10-10-2005, 09:38 PM
Excuuuseee me:o

its.like.that
10-11-2005, 05:10 AM
:retard:

Action Jackson
10-11-2005, 06:21 AM
Well this shows that strange things happen in Norway, that festival was funny and I just wish the band "The Cumshots", were all porn actors, it would make it more authentic.

Jimbo, thanks for the info about the area and I might have to post some of my hometown regional pics in this thread. I will go into the archives if I can at the library and find the article where Tromsø and Hobart have a lot of similarities.

its.like.that
10-11-2005, 07:09 AM
Well this shows that strange things happen in Norway, that festival was funny and I just wish the band "The Cumshots", were all porn actors, it would make it more authentic.

Jimbo, thanks for the info about the area and I might have to post some of my hometown regional pics in this thread. I will go into the archives if I can at the library and find the article where Tromsø and Hobart have a lot of similarities.

Canberra would probably be the most similar capital city in Australia to Hobart.

And like Hobart, there are often negative connotations associated with Canberra, about how boring it is etc. and how it's not a proper city because it has no high rise buildings. But you can get around on a bike rather easily - no need for the hassles of a car, tertiary education is solid, low unemployment, good sporting facilities, and the fine arts are catered for as well - if one is into that sort of thing.

Action Jackson
10-11-2005, 07:14 AM
Canberra would probably be the most similar capital city in Australia to Hobart.

And like Hobart, there are often negative connotations associated with Canberra, about how boring it is etc. and how it's not a proper city because it has no high rise buildings. But you can get around on a bike rather easily - no need for the hassles of a car, tertiary education is solid, low unemployment, good sporting facilities, and the fine arts are catered for as well - if one is into that sort of thing.

From what I gather it seems harder to meet people in Canberra than it is in Hobart. Actually as for high rise buildings they are very strict about them, though there seems to be more going up now and that's not a good thing. The altitude in Canberra is a bit higher though, not that this is a bad thing, but it does have certain things going for it.

What's going on with your adventure next year will it be France or Spain?

its.like.that
10-11-2005, 07:27 AM
From what I gather it seems harder to meet people in Canberra than it is in Hobart. Actually as for high rise buildings they are very strict about them, though there seems to be more going up now and that's not a good thing. The altitude in Canberra is a bit higher though, not that this is a bad thing, but it does have certain things going for it.

What's going on with your adventure next year will it be France or Spain?

:lol: @ the Canberran altitude... if only it was a few hundred metres higher, it would give me an edge over my competitors. :(

as for my trip next year, those plans are currently on hold. now that I'm playing tennis with Todd Larkham I think he still has a few things he can teach me, and after seeing the new crop of swimmers arrive at the AIS, it has made me think that had I not taken some time off I would have been in with a shot. Also I don't want to go over too early and disrupt my best mate's terminale bacc studies. I will likely go over for several weeks during the European summer to visit some people and possibly even compete at one of the national swimming championships, but I am yet to organise a more permanent displacement, although completing a 3 month course and starting uni in France is still a possiblity.

Action Jackson
10-11-2005, 07:40 AM
:lol: @ the Canberran altitude... if only it was a few hundred metres higher, it would give me an edge over my competitors. :(

as for my trip next year, those plans are currently on hold. now that I'm playing tennis with Todd Larkham I think he still has a few things he can teach me, and after seeing the new crop of swimmers arrive at the AIS, it has made me think that had I not taken some time off I would have been in with a shot. Also I don't want to go over too early and disrupt my best mate's terminale bacc studies. I will likely go over for several weeks during the European summer to visit some people and possibly even compete at one of the national swimming championships, but I am yet to organise a more permanent displacement, although completing a 3 month course and starting uni in France is still a possiblity.

Well I wouldn't mind living in La Paz, then I wouldn't need EPO if I was training.

Which Larkham is it, that wanted to belt McEnroe? I mean John McEnroe is the kind of guy that needed a kicking for sure. Are you saying the new group isn't that good? I read something that the more has been focused on the girls when it comes to swimming? I am not sure about there seems to something lacking in the personality department when it comes to female swimmers.

Good luck with any of the decisions and always good to move around. You never know you might make it to Norway, though funny it was named the most boring capital in Scandinavia and it's true.

its.like.that
10-11-2005, 08:42 AM
Well I wouldn't mind living in La Paz, then I wouldn't need EPO if I was training.

Which Larkham is it, that wanted to belt McEnroe? I mean John McEnroe is the kind of guy that needed a kicking for sure. Are you saying the new group isn't that good? I read something that the more has been focused on the girls when it comes to swimming? I am not sure about there seems to something lacking in the personality department when it comes to female swimmers.

Good luck with any of the decisions and always good to move around. You never know you might make it to Norway, though funny it was named the most boring capital in Scandinavia and it's true.

Thredbo has a nice complex, and thats where the Australian team was last week.

I am not sure which Larkham it was, but all I have to do is ask :lol:.

Australian swimming is in trouble in regards to its men's team. With Thorpe out, Hackett was the only medallist at the World Champs (besides Welsh in a non-Olympic event), while the women have improved out of sight over the past few years. There are a few mates of mine pushing to make the national squad, but they still have a long way to go before being able to challenge on the world stage - the european countries are getting into their swimming a lot more nowadays, as was evident at the recent world champs, and this means that AUS and US will have to react if they wish to maintain their domination in the sport.

Most of the institutes tend to reshape their squads after each Australian trials for world champs/olympics, which often means booting all the fringe swimmers who don't quite make the national squad. Besides the breastroker Brenton Rickard - who moved to Canberra from Melbourne last year, not one of the current AIS males will have any hope in making the Aussie team.

The AIS has been struggling severely since they remodelled their coaching lineup. It all started when they axed Gennadi Touretski (Popov + others' coach), then Barry Prime moved to victoria and Jim Fowlie to Canada, while another guy retired, and there you have 4 Olympic level coaches gone from a squad's support team. For years Petria Thomas was pretty much the only swimmer keeping respectibility in the AIS program.

The female swimmers do come across in the media as being quite boring, but to be fair, I find that they are just like any other group of girls. They keep to themselves a lot, work hard in the pool, and like to have a good time out of it - I was out at The Moose a few weeks ago with Alice Mills, Sarah Paton, Tarnee White, Felicity Galvez amongst others, and they were just like any other group of girls there, most people didn't even seem to recognise them.

I mean perhaps if JeNn made the Aussie team things would be different, but in regards to this one can only sit and wonder. :lol:

Oh and I thought it's worth adding how disgusting it was watching some of the other AIS athletes drinking themselves silly and even smoking :confused: . These are people being funded by taxpayer's money to excel at their chosen sport, and here they are drinking - ok, lots of sportspeople do it but moderation is required, but smoking? I mean come on, how are these guys are going to achieve in sports which require a high level of fitness if they do this - by the way I am referring to a swimmer, waterpolo players and netballers. And it must also be said that many of the netballers are more keen on sleeping with the swimmers than putting the ball through the hole. Check with BG, but I don't think the AIS netballers won too many games this year.

As for Europe, I will have my Eurostar pass, and shall do my share of travelling, and Denmark and Norway will be on the agenda - providing the required finance is there for these cheap countries.

Action Jackson
10-11-2005, 09:03 AM
Thredbo has a nice complex, and thats where the Australian team was last week.

I have been there in the summer and it was fun climbing Australia's highest mountain, which isn't high. I was with a parapelegic and he wheeled up it, and this is one guy who likes a drop of alcohol.

As for the swimming thing, sport is cyclical for sure and I love how many of the elite sports schools were set up like the USSR or GDR models, it does work in some ways and not others, then again it depends on the individual. Wasn't there something recent about a swimming coach doing something a bit naughty?

Good point on the female thing, then again it's probably the same to any extent in any other major sport. It seems like I am going to have to go to the Moose, as this is where it's happening.

Oh and I thought it's worth adding how disgusting it was watching some of the other AIS athletes drinking themselves silly and even smoking :confused: . These are people being funded by taxpayer's money to excel at their chosen sport, and here they are drinking - ok, lots of sportspeople do it but moderation is required, but smoking? I mean come on, how are these guys are going to achieve in sports which require a high level of fitness if they do this - by the way I am referring to a swimmer, waterpolo players and netballers. And it must also be said that many of the netballers are more keen on sleeping with the swimmers than putting the ball through the hole. Check with BG, but I don't think the AIS netballers won too many games this year.

The smoking thing I find interesting, there seem to be a lot of tennis players that smoke, and now and then a good night on the juice is healthy, but the training should be strict and would only hurt themselves in the processes. I will ask BG about the AIS team, but leggy Liz loves a drink and she deserves a cheers, having a good time in the little island.

As for Europe, I will have my Eurostar pass, and shall do my share of travelling, and Denmark and Norway will be on the agenda - providing the required finance is there for these cheap countries.

Let me know when you are going. There are certain tricks I can help you with in cutting down costs in these cheap places.

bad gambler
10-11-2005, 10:26 AM
good evening all, how are we tonight?

its.like.that
10-11-2005, 10:33 AM
As for the swimming thing, sport is cyclical for sure and I love how many of the elite sports schools were set up like the USSR or GDR models, it does work in some ways and not others, then again it depends on the individual. Wasn't there something recent about a swimming coach doing something a bit naughty?

as for Aussie swimming coaches, Volkers and Thompson were up on charges, the former got off - the latter was charged, but both lost the respect of their peers, and I think they are possibly banned from coaching in Australia.

Good point on the female thing, then again it's probably the same to any extent in any other major sport. It seems like I am going to have to go to the Moose, as this is where it's happening.

Let loose in the Moose ;).

The smoking thing I find interesting, there seem to be a lot of tennis players that smoke, and now and then a good night on the juice is healthy, but the training should be strict and would only hurt themselves in the processes. I will ask BG about the AIS team, but leggy Liz loves a drink and she deserves a cheers, having a good time in the little island.

there was even a 400m runner I saw smoking... a shot putter or long jumped (ala Jai Taurima) I can understand somewhat, but not a guy who needs every mL of oxygen his lungs can inhale.

Let me know when you are going. There are certain tricks I can help you with in cutting down costs in these cheap places.

cheers, I'll let you know when the time comes.

Action Jackson
10-11-2005, 10:41 AM
good evening all, how are we tonight?

I am not bad, have to go soon and write a speech about the future of European integration. I could almost do it off the cuff, but I need some reference points.

As for smoking, well some of my friends knew a lot of the top high jumpers when the high jump was a good event. The Swedish playboy Patrik Sjöberg was a shocker, he'd smoke a packet a day at least, then some of the other jumpers like Pedroso the long jumper liked his cigars. Quite a few tennis guys do it as well.

its.like.that
10-11-2005, 11:13 AM
I am not bad, have to go soon and write a speech about the future of European integration. I could almost do it off the cuff, but I need some reference points.

As for smoking, well some of my friends knew a lot of the top high jumpers when the high jump was a good event. The Swedish playboy Patrik Sjöberg was a shocker, he'd smoke a packet a day at least, then some of the other jumpers like Pedroso the long jumper liked his cigars. Quite a few tennis guys do it as well.

European integration - will this help make Europe a good country like the USA?

:woohoo:

Action Jackson
10-11-2005, 11:20 AM
European integration - will this help make Europe a good country like the USA?

:woohoo:

I am a huge fan of the EU. Well of course forgetting restrictions on the CAP for new countries, in other words Polish farmers can't get it, as they need to protect French farmers. Trying to allow Turkey in the EU, might as well get Russia, Azerbaijan, Israel as well to join it.

I'll let you know how it goes.

its.like.that
10-11-2005, 11:39 AM
I am a huge fan of the EU. Well of course forgetting restrictions on the CAP for new countries, in other words Polish farmers can't get it, as they need to protect French farmers. Trying to allow Turkey in the EU, might as well get Russia, Azerbaijan, Israel as well to join it.

I'll let you know how it goes.

So in other words Europe wants to be like the US?

Choupi
10-11-2005, 11:43 AM
As for smoking, well some of my friends knew a lot of the top high jumpers when the high jump was a good event. The Swedish playboy Patrik Sjöberg was a shocker, he'd smoke a packet a day at least, then some of the other jumpers like Pedroso the long jumper liked his cigars. Quite a few tennis guys do it as well.
Smoking, I have experienced the huge physical damages it can cause with my mother and believe me, I'm not close to touch a cigarette. So I can't imagine how sportsmen/or women can do it with their physical requirements!

sigmagirl91
10-11-2005, 11:50 AM
Hello, everyone.

its.like.that
10-11-2005, 12:55 PM
its rather quiet tonight...

Bolar Bolabi
10-11-2005, 01:05 PM
its rather quiet tonight...

People have realised how much of a moron you are.........

its.like.that
10-11-2005, 01:11 PM
People have realised how much of a moron you are.........

mo·ron ( P ) Pronunciation Key (môrn, mr-)
n.
A stupid person; a dolt.
Psychology. A person of mild mental retardation having a mental age of from 7 to 12 years and generally having communication and social skills enabling some degree of academic or vocational education. The term belongs to a classification system no longer in use and is now considered offensive.

Bolar Bolabi
10-11-2005, 01:14 PM
I'm not the one who has a go at people on their birthday.

I'm not the one who is picking on people everyday.

I'm not the one editing people's posts to make it look like they were dissing themselves.

Grow up!

ClaycourtaZzZz.
10-11-2005, 01:30 PM
Jim, you're such a low person.

bad gambler
10-11-2005, 01:34 PM
Bolar and Lozza - if jim pisses you off that much why don't you just use the ignore function and be done with it

its.like.that
10-11-2005, 01:34 PM
I'm not the one who has a go at people on their birthday.

I'm not the one who is picking on people everyday.

I'm not the one editing people's posts to make it look like they were dissing themselves.

Grow up!

Bolar - if you act a fool, I don't care if it's Chinese New Year or World Leprechaun Day, I'll always tell you what a clown you are.

ClaycourtaZzZz.
10-11-2005, 01:36 PM
Bolar and Lozza - if jim pisses you off that much why don't you just use the ignore function and be done with it

I don't put anyone on the ignor list.

Only Doug. :wavey:

its.like.that
10-11-2005, 01:39 PM
Jim, you're such a low person.

:lol:

ok.

and deceiving people in order to make them feel sorry for you is a highly reputable act?

the same can be said for the incessant posting of :ras: and :retard: smilies, the promoting of the biggest arse clown on the atp tour, and the general posting of utter crap on this forum?

Bolar Bolabi
10-11-2005, 01:40 PM
Bolar and Lozza - if jim pisses you off that much why don't you just use the ignore function and be done with it

What's the point if he'll still rubbish me?

bad gambler
10-11-2005, 01:41 PM
What's the point if he'll still rubbish me?


that is the whole purpose of the ignore function - so you can't ever see what he says

its.like.that
10-11-2005, 01:49 PM
that is the whole purpose of the ignore function - so you can't ever see what he says

somebody is quick on the uptake.

:haha:

its.like.that
10-11-2005, 01:50 PM
that is the whole purpose of the ignore function - so you can't ever see what he says

but does that mean Bolar won't be able to step into The Winners Circle and rubbish my winning tips?

:sad:

Bolar Bolabi
10-11-2005, 01:59 PM
It's not going to stop him from

a) rubbishing me on a public forum
b) posting in my blog

Is it?

bad gambler
10-11-2005, 02:03 PM
It's not going to stop him from

a) rubbishing me on a public forum
b) posting in my blog

Is it?


if a tree falls down in a forrest and no one is around what sound does it make? :angel:

if jim is on ignore and you can't see what he posts.....

:wavey:

ClaycourtaZzZz.
10-11-2005, 02:05 PM
It's not going to stop him from

a) rubbishing me on a public forum
b) posting in my blog

Is it?

Chris, soon he'll find some other posters to annoy:)

its.like.that
10-11-2005, 02:10 PM
if a tree falls down in a forrest and no one is around what sound does it make? :angel:

if jim is on ignore and you can't see what he posts.....

:wavey:

perhaps philosophy isn't one of Bolar's strongest areas...

:unsure:

Bolar Bolabi
10-11-2005, 02:11 PM
if a tree falls down in a forrest and no one is around what sound does it make? :angel:

if jim is on ignore and you can't see what he posts.....

:wavey:

He's still going to post in my blog unncessary comments. So there's no point putting him on ignore.

Putting him on ignore is not going to solve the problems of him

a) posting shit in my blog
b) posting shit about me on this site.

It's just solving a problem for you, his mate.

It really isn't solving the problem of him stopping ripping into me, is it? No!

He'll still keep going day after day posting rubbish about me whilst I can't read his posts and it's never going to stop him posting rubbish about me and editing my posts when he makes a quote of them.

And that's what I'm getting at.

So no, I'm not putting him on ignore.

I want his fun of ripping into me and posting crap in my blog to stop.

bad gambler
10-11-2005, 02:13 PM
forget it bolar, you don't understand

Bolar Bolabi
10-11-2005, 02:14 PM
forget it bolar, you don't understand

Neither do you.

If you know half the fucking shit I've fucking been through my whole life then you wouldn't fucking say that.