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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old Apr 30th, 2004, 01:52 PM Thread Starter
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The "Should Amelie Mauresmo Retire?" Thread

We haven't done one on Amelie yet.
The case is stacked against her:
-injury problems
-mind problems
and worse
-not winning the first couple of tournaments after injury comeback problems

So, should Amelie retire?





















And, Sonja, don't go on and delete this thread. This is supposed to be a weak attempt at sarcasm.
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Obviously, because all players besides Williams are just there for filler.
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Yes, since she's the only player to ever be injured and not win a major.

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post #4 of 21 (permalink) Old Apr 30th, 2004, 01:57 PM
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He blatantly said it was sarcasm. Geez!!
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post #7 of 21 (permalink) Old Apr 30th, 2004, 02:05 PM
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When you use sarcarm and have to point it out, it's pointless to use sarcarsm.
Sarcasm is wasted on some, especially when a Williams fan uses it on this board.

i.e. Lina's response.
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Off with his head. How dear zay say zees sings about our precious momo. You will get no more wine, frogs legs, and berets from us........
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Well, she's ranked kinda high. so she's still a potential threat. yet, what have she done lately?
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Obviously, because all players besides Williams are just there for filler.
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Sarcasm is the highest form of wit.

But not always.
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She needs Griffin as her Sports Shrink. (If Griff can "maintain eye contact").
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Sarcasm is the highest form of wit.

But not always.
But, that's the beauty of sarcasm, isn't it? Whether witty or not, it almost always paints hypocrisy and truth in stark contrast.
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She seems to really want to play given that she cried when she had to retire at the AO. So she still has desire and great shots, why retire even if she would be a good guest on Dr. Phil?

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hmmmmm because shes prob the most talented girl out there

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