greig on thin ice

greig on thin ice

Post by maie » Wed, 28 Dec 2005 08:18:47


now that old man packer is dead, maybe the shithouse commentary of Greig and
I Chappell might come to an end.  maybe Taylor too. and *** Nicholas off
too.

Please James, fire Tony's ass at the first opportunity.

 
 
 

greig on thin ice

Post by alve » Wed, 28 Dec 2005 09:05:06

Quote:

> now that old man packer is dead, maybe the shithouse commentary of Greig and
> I Chappell might come to an end.  maybe Taylor too. and *** Nicholas off
> too.

> Please James, fire Tony's ass at the first opportunity.

That's the first thing I thought too.
It's no secret that Towny got a job for life of Packer to sign for WSC. The
question now is, 'Who's life?'

alvey

 
 
 

greig on thin ice

Post by Jamm » Wed, 28 Dec 2005 09:14:50


Quote:
> now that old man packer is dead, maybe the shithouse commentary of Greig
> and
> I Chappell might come to an end.  maybe Taylor too. and *** Nicholas off
> too.

> Please James, fire Tony's ass at the first opportunity.

You compasion for someone who has died is a little lacking. Try waiting at
least a day before using the death of a man as an arguement tool.

 
 
 

greig on thin ice

Post by maie » Wed, 28 Dec 2005 09:28:33


Quote:



> > now that old man packer is dead, maybe the shithouse commentary of Greig
> > and
> > I Chappell might come to an end.  maybe Taylor too. and *** Nicholas
off
> > too.

> > Please James, fire Tony's ass at the first opportunity.

> You compasion for someone who has died is a little lacking. Try waiting at
> least a day before using the death of a man as an arguement tool.

yes dad.  who the *** are you again?
 
 
 

greig on thin ice

Post by Jamm » Wed, 28 Dec 2005 09:46:35


Quote:





>> > now that old man packer is dead, maybe the shithouse commentary of
>> > Greig
>> > and
>> > I Chappell might come to an end.  maybe Taylor too. and *** Nicholas
> off
>> > too.

>> > Please James, fire Tony's ass at the first opportunity.

>> You compasion for someone who has died is a little lacking. Try waiting
>> at
>> least a day before using the death of a man as an arguement tool.

> yes dad.  who the *** are you again?

Oh sorry, my mistake, carrying on being a ***, my bad.
 
 
 

greig on thin ice

Post by maie » Wed, 28 Dec 2005 09:55:06


Quote:







> >> > now that old man packer is dead, maybe the shithouse commentary of
> >> > Greig
> >> > and
> >> > I Chappell might come to an end.  maybe Taylor too. and *** Nicholas
> > off
> >> > too.

> >> > Please James, fire Tony's ass at the first opportunity.

> >> You compasion for someone who has died is a little lacking. Try waiting
> >> at
> >> least a day before using the death of a man as an arguement tool.

> > yes dad.  who the *** are you again?

> Oh sorry, my mistake, carrying on being a ***, my bad.

thank you. i was being a *** to greig , not Packer.
 
 
 

greig on thin ice

Post by Jamm » Wed, 28 Dec 2005 10:06:10


Quote:









>> >> > now that old man packer is dead, maybe the shithouse commentary of
>> >> > Greig
>> >> > and
>> >> > I Chappell might come to an end.  maybe Taylor too. and ***
>> >> > Nicholas
>> > off
>> >> > too.

>> >> > Please James, fire Tony's ass at the first opportunity.

>> >> You compasion for someone who has died is a little lacking. Try
>> >> waiting
>> >> at
>> >> least a day before using the death of a man as an arguement tool.

>> > yes dad.  who the *** are you again?

>> Oh sorry, my mistake, carrying on being a ***, my bad.

> thank you. i was being a *** to greig , not Packer.

yeah I know, I just thought using his death was perhaps not appropriate
considering what he has done for cricket.
 
 
 

greig on thin ice

Post by maie » Wed, 28 Dec 2005 10:07:35


Quote:











> >> >> > now that old man packer is dead, maybe the shithouse commentary of
> >> >> > Greig
> >> >> > and
> >> >> > I Chappell might come to an end.  maybe Taylor too. and ***
> >> >> > Nicholas
> >> > off
> >> >> > too.

> >> >> > Please James, fire Tony's ass at the first opportunity.

> >> >> You compasion for someone who has died is a little lacking. Try
> >> >> waiting
> >> >> at
> >> >> least a day before using the death of a man as an arguement tool.

> >> > yes dad.  who the *** are you again?

> >> Oh sorry, my mistake, carrying on being a ***, my bad.

> > thank you. i was being a *** to greig , not Packer.

> yeah I know, I just thought using his death was perhaps not appropriate
> considering what he has done for cricket.

shows my level of digust towards greig.
 
 
 

greig on thin ice

Post by Ian Galbrait » Wed, 28 Dec 2005 13:42:04

[snip]

Quote:
> yeah I know, I just thought using his death was perhaps not appropriate
> considering what he has done for cricket.

You mean almost tear the game apart? The changes he wrought would have come
anyway, all sports had to head in that more professional direction.

--
You Can't Stop The Signal

 
 
 

greig on thin ice

Post by Jamm » Wed, 28 Dec 2005 14:49:54


Quote:

> [snip]

>> yeah I know, I just thought using his death was perhaps not appropriate
>> considering what he has done for cricket.

> You mean almost tear the game apart? The changes he wrought would have
> come
> anyway, all sports had to head in that more professional direction.

All sports get there when someone has the courage to go against the
establishment. All he wanted to do was broadcast it and they wouldn't let
him. You can't tell me an organisation that was so adament against the
change that happened would have suddenly turned around without being pushed
and siad, hey lets change now.

By the time these changes may have happened it may have been too late for
the sport. We see now in the West Indies they struggle to get the best
sportsman because they prefer to go to other sports, this is not an
unrelistic thing to have happened in the rest of the cricket nations had
changes not been forced.