So Frigging Mad At Sri Lanka’s Cry-Baby, Unsportsmanlike Test Cricketers: Take The Ball And GO HOME!
The frigging Sri Lankans, in the 2nd match against the Windies, in St Lucia, were were frigging disgrace. They acted just like brown guys and that irks me because it makes all of us brown guys look bad.
Refusing to PLAY is a heinous crime when it comes to cricket.
I blame the umpires. They should NOT have pandered to these big cry-babies. When they didn’t take the field at the appointed hour the game should have been awarded to the Windies.
They buggers should just take their ball, tampered or otherwise, pack their bloody bags and go back to where they came from.
We do NOT need them.
They are BAD news to cricket.
I hope the ICC ban them for 1,000 years!
Am I mad. Yes. I am frigging mad.
I hate to see MY CRICKET disrespected.
You know this is why there is an expression: “just not cricket”.
The bloody Sri Lankans definitely did NOT play cricket.
Bunch of cry babies.
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Why I Am Way Beyond Being An Atheist: Part II … Floods At Lourdes, The Marian Miracle Center Of The Universe.
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This is why the 2nd image (above) just cracked me up. They want us to pray for Lourdes. Sacré bleu. People go to Lourdes to pray — and now you want us to pray for Lourdes. That is like being told to bring coal to Newcastle!
If the Virgin Mary has decided to turn a blind eye on Lourdes, her spiritual home on earth, who am I to try and intercede. She, according to her army of followers, is all powerful. So, my take is very simplistic. I am going to let her take care of this.
IF I were to believe in a God or even a god I would expect better. Jeee, this guy is supposed to be doing God’s work. Never made sense to me … church buses crashing, pastors getting killed in church. This is why when I was about 18 I gave up on all religions. It was very easy for I.
Just the other day I posted about this Sri Lankan who is utterly devoted to God but God forsakes him more often than not!
Anywho … when I saw this crocodile story it did crack me up. I am sorry. I can’t help my perverse sense of humor.
Enough said …
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As the above two prior posts clearly demonstrate, I have absolutely NO bloody SYMPATHY for these spoilt, self-indulgent rich buffoons. What I have is total and utter contempt. They deserve to die.
Bourdain, from what I can see was the WORST of the recent bunch.
He left a 11-year old daughter.
He was a PIG for doing that.
I have a 12-year old daughter. I live for HER.
Bourdain, there was always something about YOU that never clicked with me. I kind of had a suspicion that you were a fraud, a con-artist.
Well, others can sign your praises. Not I.
They should try my life — even for just a day. I don’t have the fame or fortune. I haven’t visited France in nearly 25-years (and I fully appreciate that there are billions that have never visited France). IF I can go through life, daily, at 64, with nothing like the life that these celebrities live, why should I feel sorry for them. Their lives can’t be anything as bad as mine.
Yes, this will offend some, BUT somebody has to say this and somebody has to stand up and be counted. And I am.
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This was worse than the proverbial ‘one man and his dog’ because I couldn’t even spot a dog on the ground.
I think the crowd size was less than 100. Tops …. maximum counting all the staff etc. 250. It was a picture of space and emptiness.
Also, compared to other venues there was an acute shortage of advertising. First time in YEARS that I have actually see the boundary rope — sans advertising cushions.
No wonder the West Indies have financial troubles. The only revenue would have been from TV rights.
This is crazy. I know they all have to play a certain number of Tests to retain Test status but this was not the right series. They would have been better off not having any Tests and playing a few ODIs and T20s.
It is a credible institution. I have come across them before. They are associated with the ‘University of Washington‘ and get funding from the Bill Gates’ charitable foundation.
What concerns me about these findings is the accuracy of the data provided — by the countries. That the lowest levels are among ‘developing’ countries while the highest rates are among the ‘developed’ countries give me pause for thought.
How many cases in rural areas go untreated and as such undocumented and unreported?
But, it is also possible that we have lower incidence of cancer — though, of course, I know Sri Lankans who have had cancer.
I am just bringing it to your attention.
You check it out.