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cmurray 02-24-2007 03:47 PM

Goat Cheese (Federer losses Thread)
 
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Metis has astutely suggested that I keep a running tally of all the cheese makers since I started this thread.

Indian Wells 2007 - Guillermo Canas (2nd round)
Miami 2007 - Guillermo Canas (round of 16)
Monte Carlo 2007 - Rafael Nadal :inlove: (final)
Rome 2007 - Filippo Volandri (round of 16)
Roland Garros 2007 - Rafael Nadal :hearts: (final)
Montreal 2007 - Novak Djokovic (final)
Madrid 2007 - David Nalbandian (final)
Paris 2007 - David Nalbandian (round of 16)
Australian Open 2008 - Novak Djokovic (semifinals)
Dubai 2008 - Andy Murray (first round)
Indian Wells 2008 - Mardy Fish :haha: (semifinals)
Miami 2008 - Andy Roddick :spit: (quarterfinals)
Monte Carlo 2008 - Rafael Nadal (finals)
Rome 2008 - Radek Stepanek (quarters)
Roland Garros 2008 - Rafael Nadal :tape: (final)
Wimbledon 2008 - Rafael Nadal :worship: (final)
Toronto 2008 - Gilles Simon (2nd round)
Cincinnati 2008 - Ivo Karlovic (3rd round)
Olympics 2008 - James Blake :haha::haha: (quarters)
Madrid 2008 - Andy Murray (semifinals)
Masters Cup 2008 - Gilles Simon (again)(RR)

Sunset of Age 02-24-2007 03:48 PM

Re: GOAT cheese
 
:lol: Good one, Cheryl!

BTW, you do know about my "Rabbit Cooker"-thread, in honour to Rafa, don't you?
Oh, and my vote for the first Cheesemaker goes to ... drumroll... Andy Murray!

RickDaStick 02-24-2007 03:49 PM

Re: GOAT cheese
 
Club Fed never loses so pointless thread.

cmurray 02-24-2007 03:59 PM

Re: GOAT cheese
 
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Originally Posted by ClayBuster (Post 4929906)
:lol: Good one, Cheryl!

BTW, you do know about my "Rabbit Cooker"-thread, in honour to Rafa, don't you?
Oh, and my vote for the first Cheesemaker goes to ... drumroll... Andy Murray!

Ah....he was my choice as well, Karin!

I do know about your rabbit-cooker thread, which I appreciate, btw. It's just rabbits are too.....cute. You know? :lol:

Sunset of Age 02-24-2007 04:04 PM

Re: GOAT cheese
 
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Originally Posted by cmurray (Post 4929958)
Ah....he was my choice as well, Karin!

I do know about your rabbit-cooker thread, which I appreciate, btw. It's just rabbits are too.....cute. You know? :lol:

:lol:
Rabbits are cute, but very STUPID!
On the other hand, Pigs are perhaps less cute (matter of taste :p ) but very, very intelligent!

Settles the score a bit.

And YES, I have high expectations from Mr. Murray. If there's anyone around who has that talent of becoming the first real Cheesemaker, it must be him. I've read that he's trying to gain some 8-10 pounds of muscle - well, Rogelio, hide yourself! :devil: :angel:

Metis 02-24-2007 04:05 PM

Re: GOAT cheese
 
:haha: Very nice!

Good feta cheese is made with goat's milk. Maybe Marcos will make some next time they meet. :)

Although Rafa and Andy M. have a better chance IMO.

Metis 02-24-2007 04:07 PM

Re: GOAT cheese
 
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Originally Posted by ClayBuster (Post 4929993)
:lol:
Rabbits are cute, but very STUPID!
On the other hand, Pigs are perhaps less cute (matter of taste :p ) but very, very intelligent!

Settles the score a bit.

Goats are stupid too. If one jumps down the cliff they all follow. :lol:

yana 02-24-2007 04:07 PM

Re: GOAT cheese
 
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Originally Posted by cmurray (Post 4929901)
So, I am introducing thread. And as the celebratory kick-off, I'm taking nominations on who we think will be the first cheesemaker of the year.

Oh, I so like the GOAT cheese, it's a real delicatesse and so rare these days. so please, somebody, anybody, try to provide us some. :devil:

and the Oscar goes to... the great chef Rafael Nadal!!!!

Sunset of Age 02-24-2007 04:13 PM

Re: GOAT cheese
 
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Originally Posted by Metis (Post 4930035)
Goats are stupid too. If one jumps down the cliff they all follow. :lol:

Oh yes they are... and UGLY, too. Ah, Personal Opinion, of course.
(in fact I love ALL animals! ;))

Coming to think of it, as the Dutch are reknown for their Cheesemaker abilities throughout the world, one would expect the one to do this job would be a Dutchie - but I don't see that happening soon, nay. :p

yana 02-24-2007 04:19 PM

Re: GOAT cheese
 
Here's the Goat tasting the grass at Wimbly



Fed=ATPTourkilla 02-24-2007 04:21 PM

Re: GOAT cheese
 
Heh. I think this thread will die off for a bit. Murray is still too young and weedy to beat Fed (when Fed is trying, that is). In the long run his return of serve, especially on the backhand, might hurt Fed's second serve. As for Piggy, hopefully his confidence has been beaten up enough for him to be beatable on clay. :)

Sunset of Age 02-24-2007 04:22 PM

Re: GOAT cheese
 
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Originally Posted by Fed=ATPTourkilla (Post 4930121)
Heh. I think this thread will die off for a bit. Murray is still too young and weedy to beat Fed (when Fed is trying, that is). In the long run his return of serve, especially on the backhand, might hurt Fed's second serve. As for Piggy, hopefully his confidence has been beaten up enough for him to be beatable on clay. :)

Hey, you're being reasonable! You're spoiling the fun! :p

Apemant 02-24-2007 04:38 PM

Re: GOAT cheese
 
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Originally Posted by yana (Post 4930103)
Here's the Goat tasting the grass at Wimbly




:haha:

Great picture! Goats are so cute... (but don't confuse me with a perv :devil: )


BTW, regarding this thread... there already is one about 'JesusFed crucifixions' or something

yana 02-24-2007 04:41 PM

Re: GOAT cheese
 
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Originally Posted by Apemant (Post 4930242)
BTW, regarding this thread... there already is one about 'JesusFed crucifixions' or something

no, it has to be animal related ;)

Fed=ATPTourkilla 02-24-2007 04:49 PM

Re: GOAT cheese
 
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Originally Posted by ClayBuster (Post 4930135)
Hey, you're being reasonable! You're spoiling the fun! :p

Oh fine. :D You'll probably have your fun when the clay masters start... As we know, piggies like to roll round in the dirt but goats prefer green fields...


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