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Hey Vee Williams...

Bask in your glory, but to allude to an old American cliche, "Remember The Sesilator." Those on this side of the Atlantic that listened in history class will know what I am talking about.
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I knew this thread would come ...
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Thank you very much. You can count on me, and there is no way I can express what a pleasure it was to oblige...
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What's the original saying ? Remember Pearl Harbour ?
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Yeah, and she lost to ALICIA at the AO too

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Sesil has a lot of improving to do before she comes close of even thinking of beating in-form top players. She got lucky with Venus at RG even she admitted that.
I'm sure you''ll be celebrating her expected and/or predicted glory days in the future but you're a bit to early I guess. Right now it's Venus' time and Sesil better hope she won't meet Venus in the upcoming hard court season.
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Bask in your glory, but to allude to an old American cliche, "Remember The Sesilator." Those on this side of the Atlantic that listened in history class will know what I am talking about.

Bowie, Crockett and Travis will spin in their graves ...
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Yeah, and she lost to ALICIA at the AO too
Yeah, and how many slam wins has Alicia.............that's what I thought.
Venus has lost to far lesser players than Alicia so that doesn't say anything about Alicia's or Sesil's or the other players form, it says more about Venus' form at the time because they didn't went on to win big titles or anything, while Venus on the other hand is winning big again because her form is coming back to her. Venus 2005 Wimby champ .
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What's the original saying ? Remember Pearl Harbour ?
No, "Remember the Alamo." A major slaughter of the under manned, unprepared American troops by the Mexicans during the fight over the territory that became the state of Texas. Was a huge embarassment. Lesson is always be prepared, and never think you are invincible.
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Yeah, and how many slam wins has Alicia.............that's what I thought.
Venus has lost to far lesser players than Alicia so that doesn't say anything about Alicia's or Sesil's or the other players form, it says more about Venus' form at the time because they didn't went on to win big titles or anything, while Venus on the other hand is winning big again because her form is coming back to her. Venus 2005 Wimby champ .
why bother giving these people any of your time? They're not worthy.
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why bother giving these people any of your time? They're not worthy.
Mmmmhmmm...that's right!

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is bank and their stank asses ain't!
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No, "Remember the Alamo." A major slaughter of the under manned, unprepared American troops by the Mexicans during the fight over the territory that became the state of Texas. Was a huge embarassment. Lesson is always be prepared, and never think you are invincible.
Who is that giraffe in your avatar

Ser ena the best and coolest in the world along with this person: Venus Williams

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Who is that giraffe in your avatar
I cannot respond in kind making connections to the animal kingdom without being accused of racism so I will leave that one alone....
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why bother giving these people any of your time? They're not worthy.
Your presence here reveals that you think they are. Only took 12 words to get your foot in your mouth. Not bad.
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