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  1. 24 Jul '13 11:05 / 1 edit
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9gVI8sOtdNk

    let it be noted, that at a point in history, cricket players exercised the faculty of conscience and played in the spirit of the game rather than in a mercenary fashion, just saying!
  2. Subscriber Crowley
    Not Aleister
    25 Jul '13 12:35
    Many do. Many don't.

    Nothing to do with the "spirit of the game".
  3. 25 Jul '13 14:17
    Originally posted by Crowley
    Many do. Many don't.

    Nothing to do with the "spirit of the game".
    Really, what's it to do with then.
  4. Subscriber Crowley
    Not Aleister
    25 Jul '13 18:27
    Originally posted by robbie carrobie
    Really, what's it to do with then.
    It's called "personal preference".

    I like pasta, my daughter not. Will you call her names too?
  5. 25 Jul '13 19:09
    Originally posted by Crowley
    It's called "personal preference".

    I like pasta, my daughter not. Will you call her names too?
    it has to do with eating pasta, wow, such unassailable logic is clearly incontrovertable.
  6. Subscriber Crowley
    Not Aleister
    25 Jul '13 20:43
    Originally posted by robbie carrobie
    it has to do with eating pasta, wow, such unassailable logic is clearly incontrovertable.
    Horrible side-step. If only the Scottish rugby team could learn to do that.
  7. 26 Jul '13 10:13
    Originally posted by Crowley
    Horrible side-step. If only the Scottish rugby team could learn to do that.
    sure thing, coming from a slithery Saffer you certainly know about side stepping and bending the rules, you know where Murryfield is, bring it!
  8. Subscriber thaughbaer
    Duckfinder General
    26 Jul '13 12:38
    Gilly is the exception.. he's not the rule. He was the only Aussie Boycott named who would.
  9. 26 Jul '13 15:21
    Originally posted by thaughbaer
    Gilly is the exception.. he's not the rule. He was the only Aussie Boycott named who would.
    but he walked, why?
  10. Subscriber Crowley
    Not Aleister
    27 Jul '13 07:03
    Originally posted by robbie carrobie
    but he walked, why?
    It's called "personal preference".

    I like pasta, my daughter not. Will you call her names too?