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Postby asandir » Nov 28 2007, 8:43

Elvin wrote:Maybe she prefers to admire when other people aren't looking :devious:


so? :)
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Postby Elvin » Nov 28 2007, 8:53

Sigh some people don't even know what a sin is :D
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Postby Ceres » Nov 28 2007, 8:55

It depends, actually.
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Postby Elvin » Nov 28 2007, 8:59

You are a woman that's a sin itself :tongue: Look better to take everything with a grain of salt. Unless you have done harm on others with evil intentions it's no sin.
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Postby Ceres » Nov 28 2007, 9:02

What?! I am a walking sin?! :disagree: I really don't want to argue about that, Elvin.
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Postby asandir » Nov 28 2007, 9:04

methinks someone is in a piss-taking mood
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Postby Elvin » Nov 28 2007, 9:05

Probably. You totally missed my point Ceres.
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Postby asandir » Nov 28 2007, 9:27

probably? :D
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Postby Elvin » Nov 28 2007, 9:50

She can be touchy at times :)
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Postby Ceres » Nov 28 2007, 11:02

You broke my heart, Elvin. You broke my heart... again. :disagree:
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Postby Elvin » Nov 28 2007, 15:19

In case you are not kidding me, the point was that many things are far from a sin. Err wait what was the first one? ;|
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Postby darknessfood » Nov 28 2007, 23:28

PRAISE my computer for letting me play CoD 4 wide open :), cool stuff :D

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Postby asandir » Nov 29 2007, 3:36

I forgot to praise the aussie netballers for winning the world championships, problem solved
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Postby ScarlettP » Nov 29 2007, 11:46

Thank you Sandi! I'm glad someone noticed - even if I had to drop a not so subtitle hint. I'm taking notes of everyone who FORGOT even after Sandi reminded them...

I've been a bit busy the last couple of days. Went to an art show at my son's school to see a couple of his pieces on display then to the movies for my birthday. Then, last night, I spent all evening installing and uninstalling Spyware Removers. Gees! :S Those things make me crazy!
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Postby asandir » Nov 29 2007, 11:49

well sure I did have to be reminded, but as you say at least I posted a belated happy birthday, with a small bonus to say sorry for forgetting :D
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Postby asandir » Nov 30 2007, 4:01

I'd like to throw in some praise for the man with the golden boots, Becks

even though he didn't do anything off his own bat for football in this country, his presence will do a lot, especially after the boys did such a great job at the world cup

Becks mania sweeps Sydney

Sports administrators in Australia would have said you were dreaming if you had suggested a few years ago that 80,000 people would turn up on an overcast Tuesday evening to watch a game of soccer.

In Sydney last night, a sell-out crowd attended what was an international club friendly. The enormous turn-out revealed the growing popularity of soccer, an insight into the minds of female fans, and the crowd-pulling ability of just one player.

They came from all around to watch a match that carried no competition points for either side. But this crowd was not rallying to support a team. Spectators said this match was all about David Beckham.

"Can you see my t-shirt? Beckham, Team Beckham. Oh my gosh," one said.

"He's hot and he is a good player, he's got skills bro, he's got skills."

"He is kind of in a way, my idol," another female supporter said.

Others still said Beckham's looks were the major attraction.

"I have never seen him play, but I've heard his is an absolute like, genius. So, it's nice to see those sort of people play. And maybe in the hope that he takes his shirt off half way through," a hopeful female fan said.


Hip pocket sting

It was not until the end of the match that Beckham removed his shirt. Although with the cost of entry, food and merchandise, it was clear some spectators felt like they would be shirtless by the end of the night.

One family in the crowd, who flew to Sydney from Queensland for the game, learned the cost of merchandise really added to the initial ticket price.

"We bought the boys a t-shirt each, and a hat and our two girls at home a hat each... [it cost] about $180," one mother said.

The game itself began at a cracking pace. Sydney FC scored the first three goals in quick succession.

It was nearly half-time before Beckham responded with the shot the entire crowd was waiting to see. He curled a 25-metre free kick into the top right corner of the net.

Television commentators likened the goal to a miracle.

"He moves in, there's the shot. Oh, it's in! Beckham! He does walk on water. What a goal!"

For a game described as "a friendly", it was a fiery clash.

By the end of the game, LA Galaxy had only 10 men left. Australian referee Mark Shield showed Galaxy defender Kevin Harmse his second yellow card in the 76th minute for stomping on the arm of Sydney forward Adam Biddle.

In the first half, Harmse had been at the centre of a shoving match between the two sides. And just 27 minutes into the game, Beckham was knocked over by Sydney midfielder, Brendon Santalab.

"I was worried at first because I felt as if I'd twisted my ankle again and thankfully it wasn't as bad," he said.

"It just got caught under the guy that slid in."

In the end, the LA Galaxy lost to Sydney FC 5 - 3.

"I knew that they had talent in their team, and I knew that their coach wanted them to play football. We knew it was going to be a difficult game and it proved [to be] that," Beckham said.

The big game is now over but the Beckham roadshow hasn't left town yet. He will launch a new Beckham brand fragrance today, before flying to New Zealand to play another exhibition match.

Soccer administrators here are hoping the Beckham brand will give the sport a much needed boost, long after he is gone.

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Postby asandir » Dec 7 2007, 23:03

a little belated, but congrats to JJ for passing 2000

and a very happy birthday to Gravyluvr for two days ago :D .... sorry 8|
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Postby winterfate » Dec 8 2007, 0:26

:wall:

I missed some b-days!!! 8|

Again... :disagree:

*goes off to check the list*

Ok...here goes:

Happy belated birthday to:

November 27: ScarlettP

December 6: gravyluvr

And an early happy b-day to:

December 17: Orfinn

And a...erm...happy I don't even know if belated or not b-day to

December ??: a55a55in, HodgePodge

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There, now I don't have to say Happy Birthday until January! :tongue:
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Postby BoardGuest808888 » Dec 16 2007, 17:02

Well, Happy Birthday to Orfinn then :-D

(Already 17 Dec in my place)

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Postby Elvin » Dec 16 2007, 18:00

Hehe I second that :)
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