Thursday, November 18, 2004

How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck six stitchers!

Why is the ICB playing at letting this farce go on and on and on? First you have to keep your arm straight, then you can bend it "a bit", than 10 degrees, now 15 degrees. What next? You can bend your arm the length of pi divided by the length of the moons shadow on mercury in the second week of the eighth month every other year. How the hell is an umpire supposed to call Muralitharan for chucking now?

If the ICB doesn't intend to let umpires call no balls for chucking what's stopping a team from employing a baseball pitcher to send down some lasers, win the match and face the ICB after the game?

Between Muralitharan and Anil Kumble there's more suspects here than a marathon game of Cluedo.


At November 18, 2004 at 7:57 PM, Blogger Georg said...

I totally agree Edward. It's a fucking joke, that's what it is. The whole game is going to the dogs. If they allow the likes of Murali to chuck Warney will never get the record to keep, for his own, all by himself. It's not Australian.

At November 20, 2004 at 11:37 AM, Blogger Tony.T said...

Sri Lanka's shifting sands.

One) He doesn't chuck. (Hair is a racist cheat)

Two) He CAN'T chuck. He has a bent arm.

Three) It's an optical illusion.

Four) He only bends it a bit, but an umpire can't tell.

Five) He bends it 14 degrees. So what!

Six) Everyone else does it, so he's OK.

All. Over. The. Shop.

Coming soon: 30 degrees limit.

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