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Old 02-09-2005, 10:38 PM   #106
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LMAO Jace, dont make me start wondering about you....
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Old 02-10-2005, 03:54 AM   #107
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I don't go around humping tables and trees you know!
Bay area forest rangers have reported suspicious patches of missing bark, and the picnic tables need to be repainted weekly.
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Old 02-10-2005, 06:07 AM   #108
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Shameful abuse of wood! This is bad love.
Tie him to steel chairs.
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Shameful abuse of wood! This is bad love.
Tie him to steel chairs.
Are the steel chairs any safer?
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I've said this before -- though probably not here -- at least, I think not -- my memory is so bad sometimes -- anyway, as I was saying... hmm. Let's try again.

I've said this before, but every time Roddick starts to get nervous on court, I'm struck by his uncanny resemblance to a restive race horse. It's all there: pacing about nervously, shaking his head, chewing on his towel... (All right, so horses haven't got towels to gnaw, but you get the point, I hope.)

So, there you have it. What he really needs might just be a horse whisperer.

That's my theory, anyway

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OMG Exactly.
Like a bull goring a matador and gnawing on the red sheet too.
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I've said this before -- though probably not here -- at least, I think not -- my memory is so bad sometimes -- anyway, as I was saying... hmm. Let's try again.

I've said this before, but every time Roddick starts to get nervous on court, I'm struck by his uncanny resemblance to a restive race horse. It's all there: pacing about nervously, shaking his head, chewing on his towel... (All right, so horses haven't got towels to gnaw, but you get the point, I hope.)

So, there you have it. What he really needs might just be a horse whisperer.

That's my theory, anyway

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This isn't a bad theory... though I'm not sure how much Roddick would like you comparing him to a horse!! At least it was a race horse and not a donkey!
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This isn't a bad theory... though I'm not sure how much Roddick would like you comparing him to a horse!!!
How now! There's no shame in being compared to a thoroughbred stallion...

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