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WORLD CUP
« on: 10/06/2006 13:01:48 »

COME  ON ENGLAND



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« Reply #1 on: 11/06/2006 00:07:19 »
It's not cricket time again already, is it?

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Re: WORLD CUP
« Reply #2 on: 12/06/2006 08:05:45 »
GO AUSSIES

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« Reply #3 on: 12/06/2006 08:53:36 »
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GO AUSSIES

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You mean the way they did last time? Go home without the ashes?

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« Reply #4 on: 12/06/2006 14:29:44 »
good on you

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« Reply #5 on: 12/06/2006 14:33:19 »

IRELAND


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Re: WORLD CUP
« Reply #6 on: 13/06/2006 13:02:48 »
I'm not sure hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm?? how many ashes did we not take home?

Can't be too sure as I am not as old as the game itself!!

See you all at the winning end this year, OOPS I didn't realise I'll be the only one so far from this page to be there!

Don't forget to wave UP TO ME!

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GO A U S S I E S

And at at this present moment I think the same for our SOCCEROOS!! in the soccer world cup!  I think we're a side to be recond with!

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« Reply #7 on: 13/06/2006 14:25:01 »
At least they managed to beat Japan

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Re: WORLD CUP
« Reply #8 on: 14/06/2006 11:43:41 »
Didn't we kick*** against Japan?! Woohoo! Go Aussies! ;)

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« Reply #9 on: 14/06/2006 11:45:32 »
And as for the Ashes... just you wait... our side responds well to a good butt-whipping every now and then... it gives them the inspiration for a better performance next time!

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« Reply #10 on: 14/06/2006 15:55:42 »
GO BRAZIL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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« Reply #11 on: 14/06/2006 21:51:02 »
quote:
Originally posted by kittykat

And as for the Ashes... just you wait... our side responds well to a good butt-whipping every now and then... it gives them the inspiration for a better performance next time!

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It will be interesting to see what kind of bowling attack you'll have. No Warne, no McGrath, Lee getting on a bit and bowling 10mph slower, Gillespie mutated into a yeti, and as for that Kasparov thing... he should go back to playing chess! :D

Most of the team we have now will still be playing, still be in their prime, and have a hell of a lot of experience by then.

I think you'd better stand by for another butt-whooping!

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« Reply #12 on: 14/06/2006 21:52:06 »
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Didn't we kick*** against Japan?! Woohoo! Go Aussies! ;)

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Not really.

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« Reply #13 on: 14/06/2006 23:14:11 »
Hi Eth

I hope you were pleased to hear your question being answered on the naked scientists show this weekend?

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« Reply #14 on: 15/06/2006 02:44:25 »
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Not really.

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It helps that I only managed to watch the last 15 minutes of the match... (ie the good Aussie bit ;)) I'm sure if I had watched the whole match I would have been less enthused by our game 8)

And as for the cricket... I shall hold my tongue 'til the games begin. I have confidence in our team. [8D] As you do in yours I imangine... One thing is for sure - it certainly re-vamped the enthusiasm of Aussie spectators - after so many victories, enthusiasm was waning a little, but I hear that ticket sales for cricket have had a major increase since the Ashes test, so it can only be good for the sport.

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« Reply #15 on: 15/06/2006 03:07:51 »
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Hi Eth

I hope you were pleased to hear your question being answered on the naked scientists show this weekend?

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I didn't manage to listen to it as I was out :(

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« Reply #16 on: 15/06/2006 03:09:09 »
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Not really.

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It helps that I only managed to watch the last 15 minutes of the match... (ie the good Aussie bit ;)) I'm sure if I had watched the whole match I would have been less enthused by our game 8)

And as for the cricket... I shall hold my tongue 'til the games begin. I have confidence in our team. [8D] As you do in yours I imangine... One thing is for sure - it certainly re-vamped the enthusiasm of Aussie spectators - after so many victories, enthusiasm was waning a little, but I hear that ticket sales for cricket have had a major increase since the Ashes test, so it can only be good for the sport.

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The surge in enthusiasm here has been phenomenal. And, as you rightly said, that has to be good for the game.

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« Reply #17 on: 15/06/2006 03:58:44 »
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The surge in enthusiasm here has been phenomenal. And, as you rightly said, that has to be good for the game.

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PS... sorry to just barge in on the conversation without really introducing myself... I am so used to my other forum, that I forget that I don't know anyone here yet[:I]

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« Reply #18 on: 15/06/2006 08:26:47 »
You just barge right on in, Kitty. Welcome to TNS. I hope you become a regular visitor.

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He's a bit weird.

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Re: WORLD CUP
« Reply #19 on: 15/06/2006 19:46:39 »

COME  ON ENGLAND



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« Reply #20 on: 16/06/2006 02:01:14 »
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You just barge right on in, Kitty. Welcome to TNS. I hope you become a regular visitor.

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Cheers Doc... and most people just call me KK... and knowing my addiction to forums, and my complete science-nerdishness I can imagine this forum rapidly becoming my latest non-chemical addiction... my chemical one being Diet Coke [xx(] Bad KK... DC is full of nasties and yet a can seems to find it's way to my desk around lunch time every day [:I]

PS... who is the him I have to watch out for?  Should I be worried? [}:)]

A quick query... what are the rules on external smileys?  Do they prefer is you stick to the ones here, or can I use the ones I have in my collection? (A sure sign that I spend WAY too much time on MBs!)

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« Reply #21 on: 16/06/2006 15:32:21 »
quote:
Originally posted by kittykat

quote:
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You just barge right on in, Kitty. Welcome to TNS. I hope you become a regular visitor.

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(Snip ....)

PS... who is the him I have to watch out for?  Should I be worried? [}:)]

( ..... snip)
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Be very afraid. You have met "him" already. It is the very learned, schizophrenic rodent himself. He has been know to accost elderly (OK, 50-60 year old) matrons with bags of candy. He can also dazzel a sweet child such as yourself with his beaver mesmer. An unsavory character indeed!

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Re: WORLD CUP
« Reply #22 on: 17/06/2006 21:56:53 »
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COME  ON ENGLAND



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I was talking to a Scottish lad before the game and he said he didn't care which country won, Trinidad or Tobago! :D

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Re: WORLD CUP
« Reply #23 on: 19/06/2006 07:15:01 »
KK slinks in with her tail between her lags... booohoooo.... Brazil whomped us! :( Mind you, I suppose I sort of expected it.

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Re: WORLD CUP
« Reply #24 on: 19/06/2006 21:28:02 »
The convicts Australia have done better than i thought they would , they are playing quite well.

Brazil on the other hand are not what they were and will not win it this time round unless they improve going by what ive seen so far.

At the moment their are still 7 or 8 teams with a good chance of coming away with the trophey

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