Bob Woolmer : A

Bob Woolmer : A

Post by Mercuryands.. » Tue, 20 Mar 2007 07:11:10



Quote:
> Bob was an ardent fan of Cricket, and devoted all his life for it. He
> was a coach worthy enough to be in charge of elite teams in the world,
> and his dedication for Cricket was well known. His unfortunate demise
> under the circumstances, highlights the ugly face of Cricket in South
> Asia. In a region where Cricket is a religion, and players like Imran
> Khan and Tendulkar are treated like a 'God', Bob was a mere human
> being, trying to do his best to helpf the team in his charge. What he
> didn't know was that among SA nations, Cricket is valued more than
> human lives.

> God bless Bob.

Who did it? Given the history of Pakistan and its obsession for
Cricket, it seems suspicious that coach of cricket crazy Pakistan
should die within 24 hours of its WC exit. I don't suspect Al-Quieda
here, but something sinister has happened. Unfortunately, Pakistan
doesn't have a Chief Justice to reveal the truth. It's so bad for
Pakistan and its Cricket
 
 
 

Bob Woolmer : A

Post by Chris » Tue, 20 Mar 2007 07:25:34


Quote:

>> Bob was an ardent fan of Cricket, and devoted all his life for it. He
>> was a coach worthy enough to be in charge of elite teams in the world,
>> and his dedication for Cricket was well known. His unfortunate demise
>> under the circumstances, highlights the ugly face of Cricket in South
>> Asia. In a region where Cricket is a religion, and players like Imran
>> Khan and Tendulkar are treated like a 'God', Bob was a mere human
>> being, trying to do his best to helpf the team in his charge. What he
>> didn't know was that among SA nations, Cricket is valued more than
>> human lives.

>> God bless Bob.

> Who did it? Given the history of Pakistan and its obsession for
> Cricket, it seems suspicious that coach of cricket crazy Pakistan
> should die within 24 hours of its WC exit. I don't suspect Al-Quieda
> here, but something sinister has happened. Unfortunately, Pakistan
> doesn't have a Chief Justice to reveal the truth. It's so bad for
> Pakistan and its Cricketk.

Oh come on! There's no *** theory here.  He managed one of the top
teams in the world - they failed and, as a consequence, faced ignominious
exit - and RW had a heart attack.  Tragic,  especially given that he has 2
kids -  BUT - RIP he was a gent, loved cricket and was a great family man.
Tragic, but NO ***.

 
 
 

Bob Woolmer : A

Post by Kane » Tue, 20 Mar 2007 09:11:12


Quote:

> blurted...




>> >> Bob was an ardent fan of Cricket, and devoted all his life for it. He
>> >> was a coach worthy enough to be in charge of elite teams in the world,
>> >> and his dedication for Cricket was well known. His unfortunate demise
>> >> under the circumstances, highlights the ugly face of Cricket in South
>> >> Asia. In a region where Cricket is a religion, and players like Imran
>> >> Khan and Tendulkar are treated like a 'God', Bob was a mere human
>> >> being, trying to do his best to helpf the team in his charge. What he
>> >> didn't know was that among SA nations, Cricket is valued more than
>> >> human lives.

>> >> God bless Bob.

>> > Who did it? Given the history of Pakistan and its obsession for
>> > Cricket, it seems suspicious that coach of cricket crazy Pakistan
>> > should die within 24 hours of its WC exit. I don't suspect Al-Quieda
>> > here, but something sinister has happened. Unfortunately, Pakistan
>> > doesn't have a Chief Justice to reveal the truth. It's so bad for
>> > Pakistan and its Cricketk.

>> Oh come on! There's no *** theory here.  He managed one of the top
>> teams in the world - they failed and, as a consequence, faced ignominious
>> exit - and RW had a heart attack.  Tragic,  especially given that he has
>> 2
>> kids -  BUT - RIP he was a gent, loved cricket and was a great family
>> man.
>> Tragic, but NO ***.

> Spot on, I am shocked by the level of Xenophobic comments on a cricket NG.
> Many Test playing nations have been involved in unsavoury incidents in the
> past (as have their supporters) but as soon as it is one of the Asian
> countries, we have to put up with all sorts of ridiculous (and racist)
> comments.

> For goodness sake, a man has just died, have some respect for the dead and
> at least keep your nonsensical *** theories to yourself while his
> body is still warm.

> Cricket has lost a true gent and terrifci coach. RIP.

Ok I'll start off by saying his body would have been cold anyway not warm as
it only takes minutes to go cold, secondly I find it so funny that people
say things like "have some respect for the dead" I mean come on grow up or
at least open your eyes, people don't respect the living so *** the dead to
be honest, stand up for people once they have gone I say, a no brainier than
one.  What about "show respect while they are living".

Oh it may or may not be a *** as none of use would have an idea
anyway, either way but one would be close to the truth by saying if it
wasn't he is probably lucky he died of a heart attack as it may have been
worse for him if he ever went back to Pak.

 
 
 

Bob Woolmer : A

Post by Kane » Tue, 20 Mar 2007 11:44:15


Quote:




>> > blurted...




>> >> >> Bob was an ardent fan of Cricket, and devoted all his life for it.
>> >> >> He
>> >> >> was a coach worthy enough to be in charge of elite teams in the
>> >> >> world,
>> >> >> and his dedication for Cricket was well known. His unfortunate
>> >> >> demise
>> >> >> under the circumstances, highlights the ugly face of Cricket in
>> >> >> South
>> >> >> Asia. In a region where Cricket is a religion, and players like
>> >> >> Imran
>> >> >> Khan and Tendulkar are treated like a 'God', Bob was a mere human
>> >> >> being, trying to do his best to helpf the team in his charge. What
>> >> >> he
>> >> >> didn't know was that among SA nations, Cricket is valued more than
>> >> >> human lives.

>> >> >> God bless Bob.

>> >> > Who did it? Given the history of Pakistan and its obsession for
>> >> > Cricket, it seems suspicious that coach of cricket crazy Pakistan
>> >> > should die within 24 hours of its WC exit. I don't suspect Al-Quieda
>> >> > here, but something sinister has happened. Unfortunately, Pakistan
>> >> > doesn't have a Chief Justice to reveal the truth. It's so bad for
>> >> > Pakistan and its Cricketk.

>> >> Oh come on! There's no *** theory here.  He managed one of the
>> >> top
>> >> teams in the world - they failed and, as a consequence, faced
>> >> ignominious
>> >> exit - and RW had a heart attack.  Tragic,  especially given that he
>> >> has
>> >> 2
>> >> kids -  BUT - RIP he was a gent, loved cricket and was a great family
>> >> man.
>> >> Tragic, but NO ***.

>> > Spot on, I am shocked by the level of Xenophobic comments on a cricket
>> > NG.
>> > Many Test playing nations have been involved in unsavoury incidents in
>> > the
>> > past (as have their supporters) but as soon as it is one of the Asian
>> > countries, we have to put up with all sorts of ridiculous (and racist)
>> > comments.

>> > For goodness sake, a man has just died, have some respect for the dead
>> > and
>> > at least keep your nonsensical *** theories to yourself while
>> > his
>> > body is still warm.

>> > Cricket has lost a true gent and terrifci coach. RIP.

>> Ok I'll start off by saying his body would have been cold anyway not warm
>> as
>> it only takes minutes to go cold,

> Obviously the richness of language is a bit beyond you.

No it's beyond you.

Quote:

>>  secondly I find it so funny that people
>> say things like "have some respect for the dead" I mean come on grow up
>> or
>> at least open your eyes, people don't respect the living so *** the dead
>> to
>> be honest, stand up for people once they have gone I say, a no brainier
>> than
>> one.  What about "show respect while they are living".

> Well obviously you have a different m***compass than most people. It's
> distasteful to use the death of a cricketing great as an excuse to display
> your Xenophobia.

Yes your right I respect living people most people don't bother till someone
it dead, like the man said about another living "what a *** what a
***head" next day that person dies and the man can be heard saying "he what
such a good person what a shame".  Yes I am different to most people.

Quote:

>> Oh it may or may not be a *** as none of use would have an idea
>> anyway, either way but one would be close to the truth by saying if it
>> wasn't he is probably lucky he died of a heart attack as it may have been
>> worse for him if he ever went back to Pak.

> Any worse than when the media crucifies British sporting legends or is it
> different when people of a brown skin are involved?

I have brown skin.
 
 
 

Bob Woolmer : A

Post by Kane » Tue, 20 Mar 2007 18:55:19


Quote:







>> >> > blurted...




>> >> >> >> Bob was an ardent fan of Cricket, and devoted all his life for
>> >> >> >> it.
>> >> >> >> He
>> >> >> >> was a coach worthy enough to be in charge of elite teams in the
>> >> >> >> world,
>> >> >> >> and his dedication for Cricket was well known. His unfortunate
>> >> >> >> demise
>> >> >> >> under the circumstances, highlights the ugly face of Cricket in
>> >> >> >> South
>> >> >> >> Asia. In a region where Cricket is a religion, and players like
>> >> >> >> Imran
>> >> >> >> Khan and Tendulkar are treated like a 'God', Bob was a mere
>> >> >> >> human
>> >> >> >> being, trying to do his best to helpf the team in his charge.
>> >> >> >> What
>> >> >> >> he
>> >> >> >> didn't know was that among SA nations, Cricket is valued more
>> >> >> >> than
>> >> >> >> human lives.

>> >> >> >> God bless Bob.

>> >> >> > Who did it? Given the history of Pakistan and its obsession for
>> >> >> > Cricket, it seems suspicious that coach of cricket crazy Pakistan
>> >> >> > should die within 24 hours of its WC exit. I don't suspect
>> >> >> > Al-Quieda
>> >> >> > here, but something sinister has happened. Unfortunately,
>> >> >> > Pakistan
>> >> >> > doesn't have a Chief Justice to reveal the truth. It's so bad for
>> >> >> > Pakistan and its Cricketk.

>> >> >> Oh come on! There's no *** theory here.  He managed one of
>> >> >> the
>> >> >> top
>> >> >> teams in the world - they failed and, as a consequence, faced
>> >> >> ignominious
>> >> >> exit - and RW had a heart attack.  Tragic,  especially given that
>> >> >> he
>> >> >> has
>> >> >> 2
>> >> >> kids -  BUT - RIP he was a gent, loved cricket and was a great
>> >> >> family
>> >> >> man.
>> >> >> Tragic, but NO ***.

>> >> > Spot on, I am shocked by the level of Xenophobic comments on a
>> >> > cricket
>> >> > NG.
>> >> > Many Test playing nations have been involved in unsavoury incidents
>> >> > in
>> >> > the
>> >> > past (as have their supporters) but as soon as it is one of the
>> >> > Asian
>> >> > countries, we have to put up with all sorts of ridiculous (and
>> >> > racist)
>> >> > comments.

>> >> > For goodness sake, a man has just died, have some respect for the
>> >> > dead
>> >> > and
>> >> > at least keep your nonsensical *** theories to yourself while
>> >> > his
>> >> > body is still warm.

>> >> > Cricket has lost a true gent and terrifci coach. RIP.

>> >> Ok I'll start off by saying his body would have been cold anyway not
>> >> warm
>> >> as
>> >> it only takes minutes to go cold,

>> > Obviously the richness of language is a bit beyond you.

>> No it's beyond you.

> How so?

nonsensical theory "his body is still warm" while it's clearly cold.

Dickhead. The richness of language it would seem was lost on you.

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>> >>  secondly I find it so funny that people
>> >> say things like "have some respect for the dead" I mean come on grow
>> >> up
>> >> or
>> >> at least open your eyes, people don't respect the living so *** the
>> >> dead
>> >> to
>> >> be honest, stand up for people once they have gone I say, a no
>> >> brainier
>> >> than
>> >> one.  What about "show respect while they are living".

>> > Well obviously you have a different m***compass than most people.
>> > It's
>> > distasteful to use the death of a cricketing great as an excuse to
>> > display
>> > your Xenophobia.

>> Yes your right I respect living people most people don't bother till
>> someone
>> it dead, like the man said about another living "what a *** what a
>>***head" next day that person dies and the man can be heard saying "he
>> what
>> such a good person what a shame".  Yes I am different to most people.

> You seem to think it is OK for people to debate how Woolmer died when the
> guy has still to be buried (I didnt use the other term because it seems a
> bit too complicated for you). Most decent folks would find that extremely
> distasteful.

The year is 2007 I haven't meet "very many" decent folk in the past 10
years, only people with their own agenda.
"Extremely distasteful" who? where? what planet do you live on? No I think
your talking about over sensitive people, not people in general as "people
have been making jokes about people dieing on the day they died" since
forever duh.
Since they don't even know how he died yet you could be eating humble pie
anyway, but really who cares only you it would seem so I guess people will
do and say what they like as that's how the world works, just because YOU
don't like what some people are saying TO BAD.  Last I heard it was a free
world to say what we please not tell people YOUR views on m***standing as
you really don't count even tho it would seem you like to believe your
smarter or wiser than everyone else.

While I'm in the mood you say he's "a true gent" truly you think your a
smart man what really would you know I mean stupid people think they know
what others they don't even know are like, meet him have you? lived with him
have you? worked with him have you? or you just heard he's a "true gent",
I'm not saying he isn't as I wouldn't know.

It would seem that your a stupid person who would rather tell people to shut
up and that they can't understand like you can.

Quote:

>> >> Oh it may or may not be a *** as none of use would have an idea
>> >> anyway, either way but one would be close to the truth by saying if it
>> >> wasn't he is probably lucky he died of a heart attack as it may have
>> >> been
>> >> worse for him if he ever went back to Pak.

>> > Any worse than when the media crucifies British sporting legends or is
>> > it
>> > different when people of a brown skin are involved?

>> I have brown skin.

> Just anti-Pakistani then? So is the Pakistani attitude towards failed
> sportsmen any different to that in India or Britain?

Why do you continue to ask such a stupid question? I don't remember putting
my two cents in just the fact that "maybe, maybe not" of course you knew
that because your a smart man who knows the richness of language.

You really need a mirror.

You really are a***head.

 
 
 

Bob Woolmer : A

Post by BenjaminFrankli » Wed, 21 Mar 2007 05:19:06


Quote:
> Bob was an ardent fan of Cricket, and devoted all his life for it. He
> was a coach worthy enough to be in charge of elite teams in the world,
> and his dedication for Cricket was well known. His unfortunate demise
> under the circumstances, highlights the ugly face of Cricket in South
> Asia. In a region where Cricket is a religion, and players like Imran
> Khan and Tendulkar are treated like a 'God', Bob was a mere human
> being, trying to do his best to helpf the team in his charge. What he
> didn't know was that among SA nations, Cricket is valued more than
> human lives.

> God bless Bob.

Is it ANY WORSE than the WESTERN WORLD where WHITE SKINS, cats, dogs and
other pets are VALUED MORE THAN ***S and SAND ***S ?

God bless INFERIOR blacks and browns........

 
 
 

Bob Woolmer : A

Post by BenjaminFrankli » Wed, 21 Mar 2007 05:25:08


Quote:

>> Bob was an ardent fan of Cricket, and devoted all his life for it. He
>> was a coach worthy enough to be in charge of elite teams in the world,
>> and his dedication for Cricket was well known. His unfortunate demise
>> under the circumstances, highlights the ugly face of Cricket in South
>> Asia. In a region where Cricket is a religion, and players like Imran
>> Khan and Tendulkar are treated like a 'God', Bob was a mere human
>> being, trying to do his best to helpf the team in his charge. What he
>> didn't know was that among SA nations, Cricket is valued more than
>> human lives.

>> God bless Bob.

> Who did it? Given the history of Pakistan and its obsession for
> Cricket, it seems suspicious that coach of cricket crazy Pakistan
> should die within 24 hours of its WC exit. I don't suspect Al-Quieda
> here, but something sinister has happened. Unfortunately, Pakistan
> doesn't have a Chief Justice to reveal the truth. It's so bad for
> Pakistan and its Cricket

What was the organization involved when BRIT soccer fans KILLED some
european country fans a few years ago during a soccer game ?

What was the organization involved in ***ING 100,000 iraqis with WMD LIES
?

Was it JesusQaieda or ChristQaieda or WhiteQaieda or WesternQaieda ?

Lemme know.........

 
 
 

Bob Woolmer : A

Post by Kane » Wed, 21 Mar 2007 10:21:17


Quote:










>> >> >> > D
>> >> >> > blurted...





>> >> >> >> >> Bob was an ardent fan of Cricket, and devoted all his life
>> >> >> >> >> for
>> >> >> >> >> it.
>> >> >> >> >> He
>> >> >> >> >> was a coach worthy enough to be in charge of elite teams in
>> >> >> >> >> the
>> >> >> >> >> world,
>> >> >> >> >> and his dedication for Cricket was well known. His
>> >> >> >> >> unfortunate
>> >> >> >> >> demise
>> >> >> >> >> under the circumstances, highlights the ugly face of Cricket
>> >> >> >> >> in
>> >> >> >> >> South
>> >> >> >> >> Asia. In a region where Cricket is a religion, and players
>> >> >> >> >> like
>> >> >> >> >> Imran
>> >> >> >> >> Khan and Tendulkar are treated like a 'God', Bob was a mere
>> >> >> >> >> human
>> >> >> >> >> being, trying to do his best to helpf the team in his charge.
>> >> >> >> >> What
>> >> >> >> >> he
>> >> >> >> >> didn't know was that among SA nations, Cricket is valued more
>> >> >> >> >> than
>> >> >> >> >> human lives.

>> >> >> >> >> God bless Bob.

>> >> >> >> > Who did it? Given the history of Pakistan and its obsession
>> >> >> >> > for
>> >> >> >> > Cricket, it seems suspicious that coach of cricket crazy
>> >> >> >> > Pakistan
>> >> >> >> > should die within 24 hours of its WC exit. I don't suspect
>> >> >> >> > Al-Quieda
>> >> >> >> > here, but something sinister has happened. Unfortunately,
>> >> >> >> > Pakistan
>> >> >> >> > doesn't have a Chief Justice to reveal the truth. It's so bad
>> >> >> >> > for
>> >> >> >> > Pakistan and its Cricketk.

>> >> >> >> Oh come on! There's no *** theory here.  He managed one
>> >> >> >> of
>> >> >> >> the
>> >> >> >> top
>> >> >> >> teams in the world - they failed and, as a consequence, faced
>> >> >> >> ignominious
>> >> >> >> exit - and RW had a heart attack.  Tragic,  especially given
>> >> >> >> that
>> >> >> >> he
>> >> >> >> has
>> >> >> >> 2
>> >> >> >> kids -  BUT - RIP he was a gent, loved cricket and was a great
>> >> >> >> family
>> >> >> >> man.
>> >> >> >> Tragic, but NO ***.

>> >> >> > Spot on, I am shocked by the level of Xenophobic comments on a
>> >> >> > cricket
>> >> >> > NG.
>> >> >> > Many Test playing nations have been involved in unsavoury
>> >> >> > incidents
>> >> >> > in
>> >> >> > the
>> >> >> > past (as have their supporters) but as soon as it is one of the
>> >> >> > Asian
>> >> >> > countries, we have to put up with all sorts of ridiculous (and
>> >> >> > racist)
>> >> >> > comments.

>> >> >> > For goodness sake, a man has just died, have some respect for the
>> >> >> > dead
>> >> >> > and
>> >> >> > at least keep your nonsensical *** theories to yourself
>> >> >> > while
>> >> >> > his
>> >> >> > body is still warm.

>> >> >> > Cricket has lost a true gent and terrifci coach. RIP.

>> >> >> Ok I'll start off by saying his body would have been cold anyway
>> >> >> not
>> >> >> warm
>> >> >> as
>> >> >> it only takes minutes to go cold,

>> >> > Obviously the richness of language is a bit beyond you.

>> >> No it's beyond you.

>> > How so?

>> nonsensical theory "his body is still warm" while it's clearly cold.

>>***head. The richness of language it would seem was lost on you.

> Obviously the fact you take everything that is said literally shows up
> your stupidity. It's obvious to everyone with grey matter that the
> expression was used to suggest a very short time period rather than an
> actual fact.

No that's really the point, I made a joke of the grey matter you took the
joke literally that's why we are still typing.

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>> >> >>  secondly I find it so funny that people
>> >> >> say things like "have some respect for the dead" I mean come on
>> >> >> grow
>> >> >> up
>> >> >> or
>> >> >> at least open your eyes, people don't respect the living so ***
>> >> >> the
>> >> >> dead
>> >> >> to
>> >> >> be honest, stand up for people once they have gone I say, a no
>> >> >> brainier
>> >> >> than
>> >> >> one.  What about "show respect while they are living".

>> >> > Well obviously you have a different m***compass than most people.
>> >> > It's
>> >> > distasteful to use the death of a cricketing great as an excuse to
>> >> > display
>> >> > your Xenophobia.

>> >> Yes your right I respect living people most people don't bother till
>> >> someone
>> >> it dead, like the man said about another living "what a *** what a
>> >>***head" next day that person dies and the man can be heard saying
>> >> "he
>> >> what
>> >> such a good person what a shame".  Yes I am different to most people.

>> > You seem to think it is OK for people to debate how Woolmer died when
>> > the
>> > guy has still to be buried (I didnt use the other term because it seems
>> > a
>> > bit too complicated for you). Most decent folks would find that
>> > extremely
>> > distasteful.

>> The year is 2007 I haven't meet "very many" decent folk in the past 10
>> years, only people with their own agenda.

> Says more about you than anyone else.

Just because your blind to the selfish way of the world these days don't try
to think you know me as well

Quote:

>> "Extremely distasteful" who? where? what planet do you live on? No I
>> think
>> your talking about over sensitive people, not people in general as
>> "people
>> have been making jokes about people dieing on the day they died" since
>> forever duh.

> Just because people have been doing it, doesnt mae it right. Duh.

"People"

Quote:

>> Since they don't even know how he died yet you could be eating humble pie
>> anyway, but really who cares only you it would seem so I guess people
>> will
>> do and say what they like as that's how the world works, just because YOU
>> don't like what some people are saying TO BAD.  Last I heard it was a
>> free
>> world to say what we please not tell people YOUR views on m***standing
>> as
>> you really don't count even tho it would seem you like to believe your
>> smarter or wiser than everyone else.

> This is usenet, I am free to make my comments on distasteful behaviour and
> also the clear racism displayed by people towards Pakistan. If you cant
> hack it, dont post.

Since it was you that started the whole bad mouth others I think you should
take your own advice

Quote:

>> While I'm in the mood you say he's "a true gent" truly you think your a
>> smart man what really would you know I mean stupid people think they know
>> what others they don't even know are like, meet him have you? lived with
>> him
>> have you? worked with him have you? or you just heard he's a "true gent",
>> I'm not saying he isn't as I wouldn't know.

> So you think that you can only tell someone is a true gent by meeting
> them? So I guess I cant think that Mother Teresa was a wonderful human
> being and Saddam Husseina  tyrnat because I haven't met them? You haven't
> really thought this through have you?

No once again it would be you that haven't thought it out just read the
dribble your coming up with.
I guess you have the right to live your life and it's beliefs from other
peoples mouths rather than anything you learn yourself.

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>> It would seem that your a stupid person who would rather tell people to
>> shut
>> up and that they can't understand like you can.
>> >> >> Oh it may or may not be a *** as none of use would have an
>> >> >> idea
>> >> >> anyway, either way but one would be close to the truth by saying if
>> >> >> it
>> >> >> wasn't he is probably lucky he died of a heart attack as it may
>> >> >> have
>> >> >> been
>> >> >> worse for him if he ever went back to Pak.

>> >> > Any worse than when the media crucifies British sporting legends or
>> >> > is
>> >> > it
>> >> > different when people of a brown skin are involved?

>> >> I have brown skin.

>> > Just anti-Pakistani then? So is the Pakistani attitude towards failed
>> > sportsmen any different to that in India or Britain?

>> Why do you continue to ask such a stupid question? I don't remember
>> putting
>> my two cents in just the fact that "maybe, maybe not" of course you knew
>> that because your a smart man who knows the richness of language.

> What's it got to do with language? You said maybe it would be worse for
> him fi he went to Pakistan. I asked you a perfectly simple question in
> response which you clearly want to avoid because it highlights the
> crassness of your comment.

No I avoid stupid questions set only to trap people into saying something
that you can for some reason say I'm racist, the question has been made from
a twisted mind that has nothing better to do or say as I never in this post
said anything for such a stupid question to be asked.
I don't answer questions that have nothing to do with the tread until YOU
wanted to try make it about race.

Quote:

>> You really need a mirror.

>> You really are a***head.

> LOL - getting to you am I? Clear sign that you are unable to debate
> because you have to throw insults around.

You fool ...

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Bob Woolmer : A

Post by Kane » Wed, 21 Mar 2007 10:27:17


Quote:



>> Bob was an ardent fan of Cricket, and devoted all his life for it. He
>> was a coach worthy enough to be in charge of elite teams in the world,
>> and his dedication for Cricket was well known. His unfortunate demise
>> under the circumstances, highlights the ugly face of Cricket in South
>> Asia. In a region where Cricket is a religion, and players like Imran
>> Khan and Tendulkar are treated like a 'God', Bob was a mere human
>> being, trying to do his best to helpf the team in his charge. What he
>> didn't know was that among SA nations, Cricket is valued more than
>> human lives.

>> God bless Bob.

> Is it ANY WORSE than the WESTERN WORLD where WHITE SKINS, cats, dogs and
> other pets are VALUED MORE THAN ***S and SAND ***S ?

> God bless INFERIOR blacks and browns........

It was really a statement of the way CRICKET in South Asia is not really
about South Asia.
Some people just don't know how to read I guess putting words in other
peoples mouths so you can start some stupid thread about racism when ITS
CLEARLY ABOUT CRICKET IN SOUTH ASIA and as far as that goes this thread
can't be racist for pointing out something everyone can see ABOUT THE STATE
OF CRICKET IN SOUTH ASIA.

HOPE YOUR GETTING IT BY NOW.

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Bob Woolmer : A

Post by BenjaminFrankli » Wed, 21 Mar 2007 11:59:33


Quote:





>>> Bob was an ardent fan of Cricket, and devoted all his life for it. He
>>> was a coach worthy enough to be in charge of elite teams in the world,
>>> and his dedication for Cricket was well known. His unfortunate demise
>>> under the circumstances, highlights the ugly face of Cricket in South
>>> Asia. In a region where Cricket is a religion, and players like Imran
>>> Khan and Tendulkar are treated like a 'God', Bob was a mere human
>>> being, trying to do his best to helpf the team in his charge. What he
>>> didn't know was that among SA nations, Cricket is valued more than
>>> human lives.

>>> God bless Bob.

>> Is it ANY WORSE than the WESTERN WORLD where WHITE SKINS, cats, dogs and
>> other pets are VALUED MORE THAN ***S and SAND ***S ?

>> God bless INFERIOR blacks and browns........

> It was really a statement of the way CRICKET in South Asia is not really
> about South Asia.

Tell that to the RESIDENT RACISTS will_s, andrew DUNGFORD, Erchie, alvey
shitcast, dechuka and their racist cronies first......

Quote:
> Some people just don't know how to read I guess putting words in other
> peoples mouths so you can start some stupid thread about racism when ITS
> CLEARLY ABOUT CRICKET IN SOUTH ASIA and as far as that goes this thread
> can't be racist for pointing out something everyone can see ABOUT THE
> STATE OF CRICKET IN SOUTH ASIA.

Whats wrong in pointing out the STATE of SOCCER IN THE WESTERN WORLD ?

Dont they KILL EACH OTHER during SOCCER GAMES ?

Quote:
> HOPE YOUR GETTING IT BY NOW.

I do NOT know of ANY BROWN GUY using "YOUR" instead of "YOU ARE" in your
comment above.

HOPE YOU ARE GETTING IT BY NOW......and HOPEFULLY you WONT RESPOND and make
a frigging FOOL out of yourself AGAIN.....

 
 
 

Bob Woolmer : A

Post by Kane » Thu, 22 Mar 2007 21:05:31


Quote:







>>>> Bob was an ardent fan of Cricket, and devoted all his life for it. He
>>>> was a coach worthy enough to be in charge of elite teams in the world,
>>>> and his dedication for Cricket was well known. His unfortunate demise
>>>> under the circumstances, highlights the ugly face of Cricket in South
>>>> Asia. In a region where Cricket is a religion, and players like Imran
>>>> Khan and Tendulkar are treated like a 'God', Bob was a mere human
>>>> being, trying to do his best to helpf the team in his charge. What he
>>>> didn't know was that among SA nations, Cricket is valued more than
>>>> human lives.

>>>> God bless Bob.

>>> Is it ANY WORSE than the WESTERN WORLD where WHITE SKINS, cats, dogs and
>>> other pets are VALUED MORE THAN ***S and SAND ***S ?

>>> God bless INFERIOR blacks and browns........

>> It was really a statement of the way CRICKET in South Asia is not really
>> about South Asia.

> Tell that to the RESIDENT RACISTS will_s, andrew DUNGFORD, Erchie, alvey
> shitcast, dechuka and their racist cronies first......

>> Some people just don't know how to read I guess putting words in other
>> peoples mouths so you can start some stupid thread about racism when ITS
>> CLEARLY ABOUT CRICKET IN SOUTH ASIA and as far as that goes this thread
>> can't be racist for pointing out something everyone can see ABOUT THE
>> STATE OF CRICKET IN SOUTH ASIA.

> Whats wrong in pointing out the STATE of SOCCER IN THE WESTERN WORLD ?

> Dont they KILL EACH OTHER during SOCCER GAMES ?

>> HOPE YOUR GETTING IT BY NOW.

> I do NOT know of ANY BROWN GUY using "YOUR" instead of "YOU ARE" in your
> comment above.

> HOPE YOU ARE GETTING IT BY NOW......and HOPEFULLY you WONT RESPOND and
> make a frigging FOOL out of yourself AGAIN.....

:-) to late it would seem, not sure about again but can you please explain
"I do NOT know of ANY BROWN GUY using "YOUR" instead of "YOU ARE" " it's
"kinda" got me stuffed as what the ***?
Do you have to be from South Asia to be brown do we? any other browns don't
count in the world?

Really only asking because that statement really does have me baffled.  You
do know that other races live on this planet to don't you? or is this a if
your not like me you don't count thing?

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Bob Woolmer : A

Post by BenjaminFrankli » Fri, 23 Mar 2007 03:07:32


Quote:









>>>>> Bob was an ardent fan of Cricket, and devoted all his life for it. He
>>>>> was a coach worthy enough to be in charge of elite teams in the world,
>>>>> and his dedication for Cricket was well known. His unfortunate demise
>>>>> under the circumstances, highlights the ugly face of Cricket in South
>>>>> Asia. In a region where Cricket is a religion, and players like Imran
>>>>> Khan and Tendulkar are treated like a 'God', Bob was a mere human
>>>>> being, trying to do his best to helpf the team in his charge. What he
>>>>> didn't know was that among SA nations, Cricket is valued more than
>>>>> human lives.

>>>>> God bless Bob.

>>>> Is it ANY WORSE than the WESTERN WORLD where WHITE SKINS, cats, dogs
>>>> and other pets are VALUED MORE THAN ***S and SAND ***S ?

>>>> God bless INFERIOR blacks and browns........

>>> It was really a statement of the way CRICKET in South Asia is not really
>>> about South Asia.

>> Tell that to the RESIDENT RACISTS will_s, andrew DUNGFORD, Erchie, alvey
>> shitcast, dechuka and their racist cronies first......

>>> Some people just don't know how to read I guess putting words in other
>>> peoples mouths so you can start some stupid thread about racism when ITS
>>> CLEARLY ABOUT CRICKET IN SOUTH ASIA and as far as that goes this thread
>>> can't be racist for pointing out something everyone can see ABOUT THE
>>> STATE OF CRICKET IN SOUTH ASIA.

>> Whats wrong in pointing out the STATE of SOCCER IN THE WESTERN WORLD ?

>> Dont they KILL EACH OTHER during SOCCER GAMES ?

>>> HOPE YOUR GETTING IT BY NOW.

>> I do NOT know of ANY BROWN GUY using "YOUR" instead of "YOU ARE" in your
>> comment above.

>> HOPE YOU ARE GETTING IT BY NOW......and HOPEFULLY you WONT RESPOND and
>> make a frigging FOOL out of yourself AGAIN.....

> :-) to late it would seem, not sure about again but can you please explain
> "I do NOT know of ANY BROWN GUY using "YOUR" instead of "YOU ARE" " it's
> "kinda" got me stuffed as what the ***?
> Do you have to be from South Asia to be brown do we? any other browns
> don't count in the world?

> Really only asking because that statement really does have me baffled.
> You do know that other races live on this planet to don't you? or is this
> a if your not like me you don't count thing?

Lets DISCUSS the MORE IMPORTANT things......

Whats wrong in pointing out the STATE of SOCCER IN THE WESTERN WORLD ?

Dont they KILL EACH OTHER during SOCCER GAMES ?

FYI, Cronje was ***ED by SOPHISTICATED SOUTH AFRICANS..........

 
 
 

Bob Woolmer : A

Post by Kane » Fri, 23 Mar 2007 21:09:13


Quote:











>>>>>> Bob was an ardent fan of Cricket, and devoted all his life for it. He
>>>>>> was a coach worthy enough to be in charge of elite teams in the
>>>>>> world,
>>>>>> and his dedication for Cricket was well known. His unfortunate demise
>>>>>> under the circumstances, highlights the ugly face of Cricket in South
>>>>>> Asia. In a region where Cricket is a religion, and players like Imran
>>>>>> Khan and Tendulkar are treated like a 'God', Bob was a mere human
>>>>>> being, trying to do his best to helpf the team in his charge. What he
>>>>>> didn't know was that among SA nations, Cricket is valued more than
>>>>>> human lives.

>>>>>> God bless Bob.

>>>>> Is it ANY WORSE than the WESTERN WORLD where WHITE SKINS, cats, dogs
>>>>> and other pets are VALUED MORE THAN ***S and SAND ***S ?

>>>>> God bless INFERIOR blacks and browns........

>>>> It was really a statement of the way CRICKET in South Asia is not
>>>> really about South Asia.

>>> Tell that to the RESIDENT RACISTS will_s, andrew DUNGFORD, Erchie, alvey
>>> shitcast, dechuka and their racist cronies first......

>>>> Some people just don't know how to read I guess putting words in other
>>>> peoples mouths so you can start some stupid thread about racism when
>>>> ITS CLEARLY ABOUT CRICKET IN SOUTH ASIA and as far as that goes this
>>>> thread can't be racist for pointing out something everyone can see
>>>> ABOUT THE STATE OF CRICKET IN SOUTH ASIA.

>>> Whats wrong in pointing out the STATE of SOCCER IN THE WESTERN WORLD ?

>>> Dont they KILL EACH OTHER during SOCCER GAMES ?

>>>> HOPE YOUR GETTING IT BY NOW.

>>> I do NOT know of ANY BROWN GUY using "YOUR" instead of "YOU ARE" in your
>>> comment above.

>>> HOPE YOU ARE GETTING IT BY NOW......and HOPEFULLY you WONT RESPOND and
>>> make a frigging FOOL out of yourself AGAIN.....

>> :-) to late it would seem, not sure about again but can you please
>> explain "I do NOT know of ANY BROWN GUY using "YOUR" instead of "YOU ARE"
>> " it's "kinda" got me stuffed as what the ***?
>> Do you have to be from South Asia to be brown do we? any other browns
>> don't count in the world?

>> Really only asking because that statement really does have me baffled.
>> You do know that other races live on this planet to don't you? or is this
>> a if your not like me you don't count thing?

> Lets DISCUSS the MORE IMPORTANT things......

> Whats wrong in pointing out the STATE of SOCCER IN THE WESTERN WORLD ?

> Dont they KILL EACH OTHER during SOCCER GAMES ?

Well I'm tipping most people here other than the English couldn't care less
about Soccer as it's a bullshit game that never has any real scoring sending
it's supporters crazy making them bash, kill and riot and I for one would
love to see the game blown up as the social ***er that it is...... :-)

Cricket on the other hand is loved by it's follower but unfortunately some
countries have changed the face of the game with corruption

Quote:
> FYI, Cronje was ***ED by SOPHISTICATED SOUTH AFRICANS..........

Because of corruption he himself put out in the open and from memory he
didn't say it was South Africa that the corruption stemmed from.

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Bob Woolmer : A

Post by BenjaminFrankli » Sat, 24 Mar 2007 03:51:50


Quote:













>>>>>>> Bob was an ardent fan of Cricket, and devoted all his life for it.
>>>>>>> He
>>>>>>> was a coach worthy enough to be in charge of elite teams in the
>>>>>>> world,
>>>>>>> and his dedication for Cricket was well known. His unfortunate
>>>>>>> demise
>>>>>>> under the circumstances, highlights the ugly face of Cricket in
>>>>>>> South
>>>>>>> Asia. In a region where Cricket is a religion, and players like
>>>>>>> Imran
>>>>>>> Khan and Tendulkar are treated like a 'God', Bob was a mere human
>>>>>>> being, trying to do his best to helpf the team in his charge. What
>>>>>>> he
>>>>>>> didn't know was that among SA nations, Cricket is valued more than
>>>>>>> human lives.

>>>>>>> God bless Bob.

>>>>>> Is it ANY WORSE than the WESTERN WORLD where WHITE SKINS, cats, dogs
>>>>>> and other pets are VALUED MORE THAN ***S and SAND ***S ?

>>>>>> God bless INFERIOR blacks and browns........

>>>>> It was really a statement of the way CRICKET in South Asia is not
>>>>> really about South Asia.

>>>> Tell that to the RESIDENT RACISTS will_s, andrew DUNGFORD, Erchie,
>>>> alvey shitcast, dechuka and their racist cronies first......

>>>>> Some people just don't know how to read I guess putting words in other
>>>>> peoples mouths so you can start some stupid thread about racism when
>>>>> ITS CLEARLY ABOUT CRICKET IN SOUTH ASIA and as far as that goes this
>>>>> thread can't be racist for pointing out something everyone can see
>>>>> ABOUT THE STATE OF CRICKET IN SOUTH ASIA.

>>>> Whats wrong in pointing out the STATE of SOCCER IN THE WESTERN WORLD ?

>>>> Dont they KILL EACH OTHER during SOCCER GAMES ?

>>>>> HOPE YOUR GETTING IT BY NOW.

>>>> I do NOT know of ANY BROWN GUY using "YOUR" instead of "YOU ARE" in
>>>> your comment above.

>>>> HOPE YOU ARE GETTING IT BY NOW......and HOPEFULLY you WONT RESPOND and
>>>> make a frigging FOOL out of yourself AGAIN.....

>>> :-) to late it would seem, not sure about again but can you please
>>> explain "I do NOT know of ANY BROWN GUY using "YOUR" instead of "YOU
>>> ARE" " it's "kinda" got me stuffed as what the ***?
>>> Do you have to be from South Asia to be brown do we? any other browns
>>> don't count in the world?

>>> Really only asking because that statement really does have me baffled.
>>> You do know that other races live on this planet to don't you? or is
>>> this a if your not like me you don't count thing?

>> Lets DISCUSS the MORE IMPORTANT things......

>> Whats wrong in pointing out the STATE of SOCCER IN THE WESTERN WORLD ?

>> Dont they KILL EACH OTHER during SOCCER GAMES ?

> Well I'm tipping most people here other than the English couldn't care
> less about Soccer as it's a bullshit game that never has any real scoring
> sending it's supporters crazy making them bash, kill and riot and I for
> one would love to see the game blown up as the social ***er that it
> is...... :-)

Firstly, speak for YOURSELF.........

Secondly, your opinion about Soccer as a game doesnt prove that there are NO
killings and ***s in the western sports.....

Quote:
> Cricket on the other hand is loved by it's follower but unfortunately some
> countries have changed the face of the game with corruption

John Lever comes to my mind...........who PIONEERED CHEATING and WINNING
TESTS for Eng vs India.......

So lets call england as CHEATLAND.......

Quote:

>> FYI, Cronje was ***ED by SOPHISTICATED SOUTH AFRICANS..........

> Because of corruption he himself put out in the open and from memory he
> didn't say it was South Africa that the corruption stemmed from.

Doesnt matter..........He was ***ED by South Africans........and a
PRECEDENT was SET.......