I must have missed the day Steffi showed up to play and finished the match with an achilles tear. Next you will be suggesting that beating woofy is only valid if she isn't playing like an inconsistent fool, even if that only occurs once a year near a full moon.
A win is a win, and GM is for "beat her better'er than your one and it doesn't count because she had a zit on her nose".
Don't know who 'woofy' is,so I couldn't offer you any comment on your obscure choice of nicknames
.Unlike you,I don't go to GM,either,so I haven't done any analysis on their frail brand of GroupThink that's devoid of critical thinking but,if it's any consolation to you,you're wrong,because I'd never use avoidable poor play as an excuse for a defeat.I'll let you sober up first before inviting you to ponder the disparity in severity between an achilles tendon tear and a zit
.Also,I fail to see any clear analogy with lousy execution and a fluke injury to a player with sound training habits(though you might be pleased to read that aye AM disinclined to accept injury-themed,'poor-me' whining from players who fail to work with a respected fitness coach).
Further,I'll agree with you that the more random injuries are part of the sport,so I promise to not piss on the victory parade if Caro beats her buddy,okay
?Caro has had her own share of bad luck over the years,so I'll be glad for her advancement no matter how she gets it(barring something gruesome such as the murder of her opponent
).It's been a long,long day,Burisleif,so that's all I've got for tonight....will see you around
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