Schumacher - what a baby

Schumacher - what a baby

Post by Martin Schmid » Mon, 11 Sep 2000 23:02:23


Schumacher cried in the press conference like a baby. Reminds me of
something one year ago. After the die-hard tifosi called Mika a "cry-baby"
for one year now, can we call Schumacher a "cry-baby" now until next year's
Monza race?
 
 
 

Schumacher - what a baby

Post by Bob Hellan » Mon, 11 Sep 2000 23:05:13


Quote:
> Schumacher cried in the press conference like a baby. Reminds me of
> something one year ago. After the die-hard tifosi called Mika a "cry-baby"
> for one year now, can we call Schumacher a "cry-baby" now until next
year's
> Monza race?

Your sir, are a complete moron.

-Bob

 
 
 

Schumacher - what a baby

Post by Martin Schmid » Mon, 11 Sep 2000 23:10:14

Quote:

> > Schumacher cried in the press conference like a baby. Reminds me of
> > something one year ago. After the die-hard tifosi called Mika a
"cry-baby"
> > for one year now, can we call Schumacher a "cry-baby" now until next
> year's
> > Monza race?

> Your sir, are a complete moron.

No Bob, the real moron are you. You tifosi made fun of Mika because he cried
last year and now your hero cried and you can't live with that.
Bwahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

Schumacher: what a baby.

 
 
 

Schumacher - what a baby

Post by insan » Mon, 11 Sep 2000 23:08:50

There is a difference between crying because of emotions and crying because
you lose (wich hakkinen did in the bushes:)

Bye
Insane

Quote:
> Schumacher cried in the press conference like a baby. Reminds me of
> something one year ago. After the die-hard tifosi called Mika a "cry-baby"
> for one year now, can we call Schumacher a "cry-baby" now until next
year's
> Monza race?

 
 
 

Schumacher - what a baby

Post by Toni Lassil » Mon, 11 Sep 2000 23:12:39

On Sun, 10 Sep 2000 16:02:23 +0200, "Martin Schmidt"

Quote:

>Schumacher cried in the press conference like a baby. Reminds me of
>something one year ago. After the die-hard tifosi called Mika a "cry-baby"
>for one year now, can we call Schumacher a "cry-baby" now until next year's
>Monza race?

No, but we could call you a jerk.

*plonk*

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Schumacher - what a baby

Post by nike » Mon, 11 Sep 2000 23:11:22

exactly.
one broke down for a win, the other for a failure
that's the differences between winner and loser
Quote:

> There is a difference between crying because of emotions and crying because
> you lose (wich hakkinen did in the bushes:)

> Bye
> Insane


> > Schumacher cried in the press conference like a baby. Reminds me of
> > something one year ago. After the die-hard tifosi called Mika a "cry-baby"
> > for one year now, can we call Schumacher a "cry-baby" now until next
> year's
> > Monza race?

 
 
 

Schumacher - what a baby

Post by Martin Schmid » Mon, 11 Sep 2000 23:17:41

Quote:

> There is a difference between crying because of emotions and crying
because
> you lose (wich hakkinen did in the bushes:)

H?kkinen also cried because of his emotions.
 
 
 

Schumacher - what a baby

Post by Bumble Bee Boy 2 - Nimrod's So » Mon, 11 Sep 2000 23:20:12



Quote:

>> > Schumacher cried in the press conference like a baby. Reminds me of
>> > something one year ago. After the die-hard tifosi called Mika a
>"cry-baby"
>> > for one year now, can we call Schumacher a "cry-baby" now until next
>> year's
>> > Monza race?

>> Your sir, are a complete moron.

>No Bob, the real moron are you. You tifosi made fun of Mika because he cried
>last year and now your hero cried and you can't live with that.
>Bwahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

>Schumacher: what a baby.

That's very big of you Martin. <sigh>

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you wore, ***y your hands on a cactus tree, wipe it on your dress and send it
to me, sitting here wishing on a cement floor, just wishing that I had just
something you wore" - Pixies

 
 
 

Schumacher - what a baby

Post by Bumble Bee Boy 2 - Nimrod's So » Mon, 11 Sep 2000 23:25:20


probably said something like this...

Quote:
>exactly.
>one broke down for a win, the other for a failure
>that's the differences between winner and loser

True, although it seemed to be more in MSchuey's case, it may have been
a special win, but he's never shown signs of crying before in such
circumstances, it appeared to be the mentioning of Ayrton Senna that set
him off. Two *very* different circumstances.

Quote:

>> There is a difference between crying because of emotions and crying because
>> you lose (wich hakkinen did in the bushes:)

>> Bye
>> Insane


>> > Schumacher cried in the press conference like a baby. Reminds me of
>> > something one year ago. After the die-hard tifosi called Mika a "cry-baby"
>> > for one year now, can we call Schumacher a "cry-baby" now until next
>> year's
>> > Monza race?

--
Bumble Bee Boy 2.20 (species 5618)
http://SportToday.org/
http://SportToday.org/

"Sitting here wishing on a cement floor, just wishing that I had just something
you wore, ***y your hands on a cactus tree, wipe it on your dress and send it
to me, sitting here wishing on a cement floor, just wishing that I had just
something you wore" - Pixies

 
 
 

Schumacher - what a baby

Post by Martin Schmid » Mon, 11 Sep 2000 23:29:27

Quote:

> No, but we could call you a jerk.

> *plonk*

*LOOOOOOOOL*

Isn't it funny that some people just can't accept that MS cried like Mika?
So the real jerk is you. Just you and nobody else. *g*

 
 
 

Schumacher - what a baby

Post by Hans » Mon, 11 Sep 2000 23:33:47



Quote:

> probably said something like this...
> >exactly.
> >one broke down for a win, the other for a failure
> >that's the differences between winner and loser

> True, although it seemed to be more in MSchuey's case, it may have been
> a special win, but he's never shown signs of crying before in such
> circumstances, it appeared to be the mentioning of Ayrton Senna that set
> him off. Two *very* different circumstances.

I just love all the hobby-psycholgists in this group! I may have to
re-killfile Bob Helland just to get som good laughs this afternoon. Don't
stop boys, keep the excuses coming. And give us more thorough explananitions
about how our feelings affect us and why Mika still is a wimp and Micheal is
such a great guy for showing his feelings!

Hans

Quote:

> >> There is a difference between crying because of emotions and crying
because
> >> you lose (wich hakkinen did in the bushes:)

> >> Bye
> >> Insane


> >> > Schumacher cried in the press conference like a baby. Reminds me of
> >> > something one year ago. After the die-hard tifosi called Mika a
"cry-baby"
> >> > for one year now, can we call Schumacher a "cry-baby" now until next
> >> year's
> >> > Monza race?

> --
> Bumble Bee Boy 2.20 (species 5618)
> http://SportToday.org/
> http://SportToday.org/

> "Sitting here wishing on a cement floor, just wishing that I had just
something
> you wore, ***y your hands on a cactus tree, wipe it on your dress and
send it
> to me, sitting here wishing on a cement floor, just wishing that I had
just
> something you wore" - Pixies

 
 
 

Schumacher - what a baby

Post by mace » Mon, 11 Sep 2000 23:28:47



Quote:



> > Schumacher cried in the press conference like a baby. Reminds me of
> > something one year ago. After the die-hard tifosi called Mika
>>a "cry-baby"
> > for one year now, can we call Schumacher a "cry-baby" now until next
> year's
> > Monza race?

> Your sir, are a complete moron.

> -Bob

And you, whatever you are, are textbook example of a typical
hipocryte Ferrari fan.

mace

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Schumacher - what a baby

Post by Jalmari Pilpp » Mon, 11 Sep 2000 23:35:52



Quote:
>There is a difference between crying because of emotions and crying because
>you lose (wich hakkinen did in the bushes:)

Hmm, insane, are you maybe an emotionally brain-dead individual?
 
 
 

Schumacher - what a baby

Post by Bumble Bee Boy 2 - Nimrod's So » Mon, 11 Sep 2000 23:45:14



Quote:



>> probably said something like this...
>> >exactly.
>> >one broke down for a win, the other for a failure
>> >that's the differences between winner and loser

>> True, although it seemed to be more in MSchuey's case, it may have been
>> a special win, but he's never shown signs of crying before in such
>> circumstances, it appeared to be the mentioning of Ayrton Senna that set
>> him off. Two *very* different circumstances.

>I just love all the hobby-psycholgists in this group! I may have to
>re-killfile Bob Helland just to get som good laughs this afternoon. Don't
>stop boys, keep the excuses coming. And give us more thorough explananitions
>about how our feelings affect us and why Mika still is a wimp and Micheal is
>such a great guy for showing his feelings!

Did I ever claim Mika was a wimp? Hmm. Nope. Oh well, good try. Carry on
trolling my friend...

Geez.

- Show quoted text -

Quote:
>Hans


>> >> There is a difference between crying because of emotions and crying
>because
>> >> you lose (wich hakkinen did in the bushes:)

>> >> Bye
>> >> Insane


>> >> > Schumacher cried in the press conference like a baby. Reminds me of
>> >> > something one year ago. After the die-hard tifosi called Mika a
>"cry-baby"
>> >> > for one year now, can we call Schumacher a "cry-baby" now until next
>> >> year's
>> >> > Monza race?

>> --
>> Bumble Bee Boy 2.20 (species 5618)
>> http://SportToday.org/
>> http://SportToday.org/

>> "Sitting here wishing on a cement floor, just wishing that I had just
>something
>> you wore, ***y your hands on a cactus tree, wipe it on your dress and
>send it
>> to me, sitting here wishing on a cement floor, just wishing that I had
>just
>> something you wore" - Pixies

--
Bumble Bee Boy 2.24 (species 5618)
http://SportToday.org/
http://SportToday.org/

"Sitting here wishing on a cement floor, just wishing that I had just something
you wore, ***y your hands on a cactus tree, wipe it on your dress and send it
to me, sitting here wishing on a cement floor, just wishing that I had just
something you wore" - Pixies

 
 
 

Schumacher - what a baby

Post by Bumble Bee Boy 2 - Nimrod's So » Mon, 11 Sep 2000 23:46:30



Quote:


>> True, although it seemed to be more in MSchuey's case, it may have been
>> a special win, but he's never shown signs of crying before in such
>> circumstances, it appeared to be the mentioning of Ayrton Senna that set
>> him off. Two *very* different circumstances.

>I just love all the hobby-psycholgists in this group! I may have to
>re-killfile Bob Helland just to get som good laughs this afternoon. Don't
>stop boys, keep the excuses coming. And give us more thorough explananitions
>about how our feelings affect us and why Mika still is a wimp and Micheal is
>such a great guy for showing his feelings!

Did I ever claim Mika was a wimp? Hmm. Nope. Oh well, good try. Carry on
trolling my friend...

Geez.

Quote:
>Hans

--
Bumble Bee Boy 2.24 (species 5618)
http://SportToday.org/
http://SportToday.org/

"Sitting here wishing on a cement floor, just wishing that I had just something
you wore, ***y your hands on a cactus tree, wipe it on your dress and send it
to me, sitting here wishing on a cement floor, just wishing that I had just
something you wore" - Pixies