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Old 08-30-2012, 01:49 PM   #1971
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Default Re: Rafachat - vol. 79. we all want Rafa back, even the haters :angel:

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I consider that "here."

Also I'm sad you don't consider Trigger a cute animal.
Which one is Trigger again? Can't find it among all those Roy Rogers videos.

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Having followed Johnny Groove's motivational talks in the Berdych thread in GM (on the power of the mind that can push you to great things), I decided to turn my life around and:
1) aim to become my country's first female PM
2) strive to become the next Karate world champion.
3) think of more amazing things I can achieve if only I believe in it.

How can it fail?
Win USO competing on the men's side while you are at it.

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Here's a story. On Sunday, my sister had some guests over. At one point, we went to look at all the BMX trophies that the twins had collected. They were nicely laid out on a table and we all wanted to take pictures of them and of the boys as well. They obliged for a while but then they got tired of posing and one of them asked with a real confusion: "Why do you all like our trophies so much?" I told him it's because none of us had participated in BMX competitions and we didn't have such trophies. He answered that we should start competing then
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