Jan 24, 2013 -- 12:18AM, caramba wrote:
aza taking more than 3 minutes? surely code violation if so!
kramer surprisingly docile wtf is that all about?
Jan 24, 2013 -- 5:18AM, Srichaphan or Ancic? wrote:
But probably quite typical of someone from Belarus.
I watched Braveheart, starring my favourite actor of all time Mel Gibson, the other day and I gotta say those Scots are one heck of an unwashed and vile bunch.
Long hair on guys is awesome and super sexy, but please not like that. Use some freaking conditioner or at the very least a brush. Even nowadays you see that way too often. If you grow your hair out as a guy, please take care of it.
But back to Braveheart: How come the other Scots followed him and accepted him as on of their leaders? Being called Wallace, and not McWallace, he was clearly someone of Welsh descent (I looked this up on Wikipedia) instead of being a proper Scot.
There must be a good reason for a well respected video game like "Red Dead Redemption" containing the quote "My pa always told me to never trust a Welshman, and he got his throat slit by one, so he should know."
As for Azarenka: Players should be allowed to call the trainer at any time, but if the trainer diagnoses that it's not something that will kill the player within the next few points the umpire and trainer should have the discretion to make the player wait until it's his turn to serve.
I do actually think they have that discretion (or at least had it at one point in ATP tournaments), that right is just not exercised very often (would you exercise it as a trainer/umpire against the people who run the show or would you simply get on with it and treat the player?). Still, Lu was once denied a medical timeout before Hewitt was about to serve.