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casanovalover
Jun 8th, 2004, 03:15 AM
despite all the crap she's getting for it, i'm very happy she's playing.

hope patty and rainer enjoy their time in england - "the country loves"

i love rainer II

Greenout
Jun 12th, 2004, 03:14 PM
As I promised. I'll be here cheering on Patty with everyone during
WIMBLEDON. As the grass results from Birmingham has shown, she
can play on the green stuff.

GO PATTY!!!!!

Rothes
Jun 12th, 2004, 03:32 PM
No matter what people say about the Wildcard Problem, I am finally looking foward to seeing Patty play at Wimbledon, It has showed at Birmingham that when she puts her mind to the scene, Grass can be like any other surface, So goodluck at Wimbledon Patty!!!

*JR*
Jun 14th, 2004, 09:12 PM
Much as it may surprise you folks, I agree with the decision. PP hasn't exactly had WC's thrown @ her, and IMO got robbed of the final Gold Exempt for '03 (because of the WTA's case of "Annarexia"). Do I hope she does well there? No. Do I feel she has every right To Try, based on her ranking (besides Having Had to quit early in Berlin and Rome)? Yes.

Rothes
Jun 15th, 2004, 05:05 AM
Much as it may surprise you folks, I agree with the decision. PP hasn't exactly had WC's thrown @ her, and IMO got robbed of the final Gold Exempt for '03 (because of the WTA's case of "Annarexia"). Do I hope she does well there? No. Do I feel she has every right To Try, based on her ranking (besides Having Had to quit early in Berlin and Rome)? Yes.
You know, If your going to be patronizing and berating, You really have the option of leaving this forum ok?? Because this is for Fans of Patty :)

*JR*
Jun 15th, 2004, 11:35 AM
You know, If your going to be patronizing and berating, You really have the option of leaving this forum ok?? Because this is for Fans of Patty :)
I felt a right to make it Crystal Clear that I think since PP got a raw deal re. the '03 Gold Exempt AND had a ranking Well Within the parameters for Wimby, she was morally entitled To The WC.

In other words Rothes, unlike you (who supports all Suisse players come Hell or high water) I support PP when she's right (inc. re. Conchi's Chicanery in Warsaw this year).

switz
Jun 15th, 2004, 03:58 PM
what's the point of an ignore list when you can read what the person says if someone replies to it?

sebbe
Jun 15th, 2004, 09:58 PM
hey guys...just wonder, why does she play with a wild card??

Rothes
Jun 16th, 2004, 02:05 AM
I felt a right to make it Crystal Clear that I think since PP got a raw deal re. the '03 Gold Exempt AND had a ranking Well Within the parameters for Wimby, she was morally entitled To The WC.

In other words Rothes, unlike you (who supports all Suisse players come Hell or high water) I support PP when she's right (inc. re. Conchi's Chicanery in Warsaw this year).
This forum isn't based on a Democracy where we argue when Patty is Right or Wrong, It is a forum for Supporters of Patty and, not when the time is right to. No wonder hardly anyone visits here anymore because you have become to much of a burden, you have made it clearly notaceble to fans of Patty that you don't insist on being a fan of her or a true supporter, as in Ordina... hhhhoooopppp on that Rothes :p or hhhhoooopp sharky :p

As Switz said ;) Don't go ruining the Michallea Kriaja or Elke Clijsters Fan Base, polluting it with your discharge, otherwise you will make the players unpopular here, like you have done to Patty.

switz
Jun 16th, 2004, 11:41 AM
guys can i ask that you not quote him in here anymore so i don't have to read his stuff. thanks

*JR*
Jun 16th, 2004, 01:16 PM
As Switz said ;) Don't go ruining the Michallea Kriaja or Elke Clijsters Fan Base, polluting it with your discharge, otherwise you will make the players unpopular here, like you have done to Patty.Come now, I've supported the Peppermint Player where I feel she's right, ala the '03 Gold Exempt and re. Conchi's Chicanery. And I've hardly made her unpopular, as many "casual fans" still root for her in livescore threads (Which Was Where I did the 2 "hhhhooopppps" you cited above, not here BTW).

Re. Elke, God Bless her in retirement, but the Lei Clijsters run quid pro quo re. WC's Was Wrong. (When the retiring Els Callens was almost the "odd woman out" @ Antwerp this year till Flipper got hurt, even the Flemish posters were pissed).

Re. Misa, I love the kid, she just happens to have lousy parents. :mad: Goodness Girl, true fans of "Marie" Pierce, Mirjana Lucic, and Jeca Dokic have positively unloaded on the SOB fathers of These Three!

And I do admit that I can't root for PP to Win While she's loyal to a guy who Took This Then promising 20 y.o. as "payment" for getting the dirt on Harnecker. (And she did NOT have to go back "home" BTW). But as ppl bashed her Wimby WC in GM, I stated my Pro-Patty Position on That. (There and here).

Rothes
Jun 17th, 2004, 11:31 AM
hmmm well anyway just try to be nice to her. :)

*JR*
Jun 17th, 2004, 04:53 PM
Rothes, you know I strive 2B fair to PP. (And to her fans). You of all ppl should recall the way I told off swissfan (for accusing you of simply taking Blick @ face value) remember? In fact (given that he posted Stamm's Stories from Tages-Anzeiger) I specifically invited Rainer last (Nov, I think) in an e-mail to post his side of things (by Kraushaar, perhaps) or to have whoever translate his own words.

He said OK, but never followed through. I won't repeat again The Things I've taken PP's side on. As you know, I'm personally agnostic, but some religion might do her soul good (in tennis, personally, whatever) and not be "Threatening" To Rainer (as they're now married). And your long record of Pro Patty Posts should convince him that its not a "setup" by me, I presume. Maybe that's why (God?) willed that we "met" here! ;)

Greenout
Jun 22nd, 2004, 10:08 AM
Big day, big match. Akiko Morigami is your going to be tough. She's
not going to give up ala Ai Sugiyama.

Patty will have to win it in 2 sets or else. The Japanese players seem
to love long battles, and the longer the match becomes the more
inspiration Morigami will get.

Patty dig deep and you'll do fine. It should be interesting because if
I'm not mistaken Akiko does two handed shots on the forehand
and the backhand.

vogus
Jun 22nd, 2004, 05:04 PM
yeah well said Greeny :wavey:, but Patty did it, she kept it under control and ran away with the 2nd set. Morigami could have been a tough customer, but Patty totally dominated on her own serve and, unlike in some of her matches, Patty was a factor in almost all of her return games as well. Check this out - after losing her serve in the opening game in about 30 seconds, Patty won 36 out of 49 points on serve (almost 75 percent). Her overall stats (like 12 winners and 15 UEs) were much more modest than in Paris, where Patty had an extremely high number both of winners and errors - showing a lack of patience. Patty can play her game on grass, even though she's far from being a volley specialist. Faster court = more clean baseline & service winners = fewer volleys.

Sorry Rothes but if Patty loses to your girl Emmanuelle on Thursday, i'll be an elephant's uncle ;). Vamos Patty to the 3rd round!

Greenout
Jun 23rd, 2004, 01:42 AM
Patty was really great. I'm glad she started her first match against a
real deteremined player like Morigami, it forced her to get the grass
court act together quickly.

I was surprised in seeing (watched "live" from midway in the 2nd set)
how deep the slices were yesterday. It wasn't the sort of fluffy clay
court topspin versions, it was coming back as a return at knee level
near the baseline toward Akiko.

I don't want to get a too ahead of ourselves; but if Patty can play like
she did against Akiko in her 4th round match... I do see an upset
of Serena happening. Serena as you recall from Paris 2003 semi's
against my BOSS (Justine) has a difficult time on sliced returns
below her comfort zone lower than the at waist level. :devil:
Let's not forget the mixing up of serves, some which were
perfect aces deep out wide and in the middle.

vogus
Jun 23rd, 2004, 05:56 PM
There is no doubt in my mind that if Patty has an on day and is holding serve consistently, and Serena is playing the erratic level of tennis she's played all spring, Patty is going to beat her. Serena's not the dominating player she used to be, and the grass can help Patty to hold serve more easily and it's also good for her drop shots and slices. Patty is pretty weak at the net when she actually has to hit volleys (one of the biggest differences between Patty and Justine games) but it won't matter if her approach shots are low and deep enough. The one danger against Serena is getting blown out early, and if Patty can avoid that, i think she has a better-than-even chance to win.

That having been said, the most important ingredient of beating Serena for Patty is going to be actually reaching the fourth round - not that i don't think she can do it but the 3rd round match won't be a pushover, whether it's Schiavone, Golovin or Casanova.

switz
Jun 24th, 2004, 12:28 AM
yes the 3rd round is going to be really tough. i'm really going to struggle to get excited if it's patty versus myriam because i'll be upset if either lose, although of course i want them both to make it through. patty vs tatiana would also be interesting. even though patty has beaten schiavone in there last few matches i'm kind of praying she doesn't get through because i just have this feeling that patty would choke away a big lead against her and that she would be a tougher opponent for patty to implement a strategy against.

switz
Jun 24th, 2004, 12:34 AM
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Patty looks so different from what she looked like in 98 IMO

Greenout
Jun 24th, 2004, 01:15 AM
yes the 3rd round is going to be really tough. i'm really going to struggle to get excited if it's patty versus myriam because i'll be upset if either lose, although of course i want them both to make it through. patty vs tatiana would also be interesting. even though patty has beaten schiavone in there last few matches i'm kind of praying she doesn't get through because i just have this feeling that patty would choke away a big lead against her and that she would be a tougher opponent for patty to implement a strategy against.


:rolls:



So, true. Patty's tougher battle is not beating Serena in the 4th
round; but trying to prevent a tank or playing below her greatness
in round 2 and 3! :tape:

The thing about Serena is that if you don't hold serve she'll
lose all respect for you. Once a good service game is established
it put's pressure on her returns, which for the defending champ
isn't something she enjoys. Look at all her big loses against
the likes of the Capster, the BOSS and Kimmy. They all held
serve and forced Serena to actually play tennis and look at them
as equals.

vogus
Jun 24th, 2004, 05:24 AM
switzy it's funny you posted that photo because i was just looking at a couple of old pictures earlier today, and thinking how Patty's appearance has changed so much from 97-98. If back then you had flashed me a photo of Patty 6 years in the future, there's no way i would have recognized her as the same person. IMHO she used to be prettier - she had a really pretty, plump baby-face and especially had very nice eyes. Even though she was a little bit on the chubby side then, it was a very cute look IMO. Now her face is rather thin and hard-looking, and in most photos she has a cold, impersonal look in her eyes that i don't really care for (although overall i still rate her a very attractive girl). And in the personality department, she has gone full circle from being singled out as the "nice girl" of the tour to being known as the "bitch" to a lot of fans. I guess the funniest part of it for me is that this metamorphosis is really just water under the bridge to the true hardcore Patty fans - we just want to see her playing the tennis she is capable of and winning, and finally realizing that untapped potential. But it's not lost on me that Patty of '98 bears little relation to Patty of '04.

Looks like we've gotta wait another day for a result, because the match against Gagliardi isn't on the Thursday schedule.

switz
Jun 24th, 2004, 09:02 AM
yes i think patty is essentially the same person but inevitably a person is going to change with all the things that have happened in the last 6 years. i would really like to see patty dolled up like she was once for some photos when she was still a bit chubby (which were very good).

Greenout
Jun 24th, 2004, 10:09 AM
switzy it's funny you posted that photo because i was just looking at a couple of old pictures earlier today, and thinking how Patty's appearance has changed so much from 97-98. If back then you had flashed me a photo of Patty 6 years in the future, there's no way i would have recognized her as the same person. IMHO she used to be prettier - she had a really pretty, plump baby-face and especially had very nice eyes. Even though she was a little bit on the chubby side then, it was a very cute look IMO. Now her face is rather thin and hard-looking, and in most photos she has a cold, impersonal look in her eyes that i don't really care for (although overall i still rate her a very attractive girl). And in the personality department, she has gone full circle from being singled out as the "nice girl" of the tour to being known as the "bitch" to a lot of fans. I guess the funniest part of it for me is that this metamorphosis is really just water under the bridge to the true hardcore Patty fans - we just want to see her playing the tennis she is capable of and winning, and finally realizing that untapped potential. But it's not lost on me that Patty of '98 bears little relation to Patty of '04.

Looks like we've gotta wait another day for a result, because the match against Gagliardi isn't on the Thursday schedule.


I still think she's a pretty girl; but your right there is a difference.
It's apparent among the really uber talented ones like your
Patty's, Jelena's and Justine's. The WTA tour is such a freaking
jungle that they all lose that bright choco's and bunnies wide eyed
innocence and have this very world weary "don't fu*k with me
because I've seen it all!" look instead. I think your garden variety WILLIAMS fans wouldn't understand what we're talking about here.
I'm sure the Capster fans and Hingis supporters know exactly
what we're speaking of.

It reminds me of "BLADE RUNNER", and all those jaded replicants
trying to regain their souls and humanity.

Rothes
Jun 24th, 2004, 10:46 AM
Schnyder Playing Mixed!!!

Greenout
Jun 24th, 2004, 12:07 PM
Schnyder Playing Mixed!!!


This is rather odd? :tape: Who said Patty's snooty! ;)

*JR*
Jun 24th, 2004, 01:58 PM
I still think she's a pretty girl; but your right there is a difference.
It's apparent among the really uber talented ones like your
Patty's, Jelena's and Justine's. The WTA tour is such a freaking
jungle that they all lose that bright choco's and bunnies wide eyed
innocence and have this very world weary "don't fu*k with me
because I've seen it all!" look instead. I think your garden variety WILLIAMS fans wouldn't understand what we're talking about here.
I'm sure the Capster fans and Hingis supporters know exactly
what we're speaking of.

It reminds me of "BLADE RUNNER", and all those jaded replicants
trying to regain their souls and humanity.
Jen had a "Fall From Grace" but she was a kid in her mid-teens supporting her family (being marketed as the new "All-American Girl"). Marti was just arrogant, with the smirk and the wisecracks. The W/S Were never (through choice, Perhaps) "Part of the club" (esp. having totally bypassed the ITF).

PP can't be compared To Them or anyone else. SHE Fell For Harnecker's BS. And then, when rescued by a make-believe detective who had ALREADY ripped off Deutsche Telekom and leased those non-existant yachts (though not convicted till late '02) PP CHOSE to let him "take her as payment".

Sorry, but the hardness (more like a vacant look) UC in her eyes Is In a league all by itself. Whether She Simply chooses 2B like that, or has some kind of neuro-chemical condition, I don't know. But even players like Mary who Had Horrible fathers didn't turn out anything like this Cuckoo Clock.

switz
Jun 24th, 2004, 02:57 PM
Jen had a "Fall From Grace" but she was a kid in her mid-teens supporting her family (being marketed as the new "All-American Girl"). Marti was just arrogant, with the smirk and the wisecracks. The W/S Were never (through choice, Perhaps) "Part of the club" (esp. having totally bypassed the ITF).

PP can't be compared To Them or anyone else. SHE Fell For Harnecker's BS. And then, when rescued by a make-believe detective who had ALREADY ripped off Deutsche Telekom and leased those non-existant yachts (though not convicted till late '02) PP CHOSE to let him "take her as payment".

Sorry, but the hardness (more like a vacant look) UC in her eyes Is In a league all by itself. Whether She Simply chooses 2B like that, or has some kind of neuro-chemical condition, I don't know. But even players like Mary who Had Horrible fathers didn't turn out anything like this Cuckoo Clock.

i knew i would regret taking you off my ignore list. to think i actually was enjoying this forum for about a day. when are the moderators going to do their fucking job and keep you out of this forum and preferably off this board. i really do hate you and you are back on my ignore list.

vogus
Jun 24th, 2004, 03:31 PM
this brings up an interesting point JR that i have been meaning to raise with you for awhile (altho i don't want to start an extended debate right now). You say that Patty "chose" to allow Hofmann to take her as "payment." And yet, you keep referring to Patty having a case of "Stockholm Syndrome." Patty Hearst and Elizabeth Smart (the best SS examples i can think of) were both violently abducted by their captors, who then physically isolated them from society for a long period of time. You admit that Patty "chose" Hofmann, and her association with him has included plenty of time in public. So how can it be the same thing? I think the critical element in Stockholm Syndrome is that the initial violence, threats and isolation have such an intimidating effect on the kidnapped person that she loses all will to resist. Although Patty's rather slave-like loyalty to Hofmann (who, i grant you, sure doesn't seem like a very nice guy) strikes me as a bit odd, in the Patty/Hofmann case there are no indications of any such initial coercion having taken place. And to me (and a lot of other people as well), that's why the case you've been peddling for the last year doesn't hold water.

In a way i agree with your post, because that look in Patty's eyes doesn't compare to anyone else's, not Jelena's, not Justine's, not Cappy's, not Pierce's (i think Martina H STILL has the "choco and bunnies" look - maybe bcuz she got out early enough ;) ). But we've all asked you a lot of times, this is a forum for Patty's fans and if you are going to come in here then please try not to be insulting to her. Thanx.

*JR*
Jun 24th, 2004, 03:50 PM
Good point about Stockholm Syndrome, vogus. I should have clarified that a number of things ova the past year have made me feel that PP isn't the innocent victim many (including me) once thought. And Alex, I'm sorry you're so psychologically dependent on ANY public figure being treated As An icon to say you hate someone who's done nothing bad 2U (or to her).

switz
Jun 24th, 2004, 05:18 PM
Good point about Stockholm Syndrome, vogus. I should have clarified that a number of things ova the past year have made me feel that PP isn't the innocent victim many (including me) once thought. And Alex, I'm sorry you're so psychologically dependent on ANY public figure being treated As An icon to say you hate someone who's done nothing bad 2U (or to her).

sorry mate but you have done a bad thing to me because you have ruined, and i believe intentionally tried to ruin my time on this board and forum. you have repeatedly gone back on your word about how you are going to act in this forum after deleting all references to things we have taken issue with only to post similar comments the next week. i believe this underlies a real lack of character on your part and i want nothing more to do with you.

switz
Jun 24th, 2004, 05:20 PM
i believe we have all been very tolerant of you for far too long and i just think you are a prick who gets enjoyment out of annoying people.

Greenout
Jun 24th, 2004, 05:38 PM
So, Schiavone made it to the next round after all. Hmmmm...

switz
Jun 24th, 2004, 06:53 PM
yes although i am very upset myriam lost i have to say that i'm not that unhappy about patty's draw now. although schiavone can be annoying, as she has shown today against myriam, patty really has the game to beat her and tatiana IMO, whereas if myriam was on patty might have found it hard to stay with her.

vogus
Jun 24th, 2004, 09:23 PM
i think Myriam had a match point at 6-5 in the 2nd set... Schiavone is probly an easier opponent for Patty on grass, but anyway the second round matches still have to be played.

*JR*
Jun 24th, 2004, 11:49 PM
sorry mate but you have done a bad thing to me because you have ruined, and i believe intentionally tried to ruin my time on this board and forum.
I've been asked by a Mod/Admin. not to post stuff in this forum that could be construed as negative about PP. So you "win". And re. you Alex, I find your view that I "Intentionally Tried To ruin (your) time on this board and forum" incredibly paranoid... and extremely sad. :( I'll see you folks in GM, NT, etc.

Hhhhoooppp Ssssccchhhwwwiiizzzz! ;)

switz
Jun 25th, 2004, 03:23 AM
I've been asked by a Mod/Admin. not to post stuff in this forum that could be construed as negative about PP. So you "win". And re. you Alex, I find your view that I "Intentionally Tried To ruin (your) time on this board and forum" incredibly paranoid... and extremely sad. :( I'll see you folks in GM, NT, etc.

Hhhhoooppp Ssssccchhhwwwiiizzzz! ;)

mate i would like to believe that you didn't do it for those reasons but the fact is that you repeatedly went back on your word despite the fact that many of us told you how much we disliked what you were saying - so what other conclusion am i meant to draw? i don't mean you are trying to ruin my time personally as an individual and nobody elses - i mean us as a collective.

and i am sorry but after all the times you have said you won't do it anymore only to persist later on i find it impossible to once again thank you for having the decency to give us some peace.

*JR*
Jun 25th, 2004, 12:05 PM
Alex, A long time ago I did say you folks (except vogus) were "enablers" by supporting PP "come hell or high water". Not only have I not done that in ages, but Rothes can er, bear witness :p that I defended her (as one with her Own Opinions) when swissfan accused her of simply Believing Blick. And I don't seek thanks, BTW. See you around GM, mate.

vogus
Jun 25th, 2004, 03:41 PM
serves me right for opening my mouth :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes:

it was obviously an outstanding effort from Emmanuelle today because Patty was steamrolling her and holding serve easily while all of her own service games were very tight. But, Patty should have won this match, it's a very bad loss for her. Good Lord, Manu is ranked a hundred and fifteenth, she has only won about four matches all year. I don't want to think about it any more. Horrible. :mad: :mad:

Rothes
Jun 26th, 2004, 05:59 AM
Emmanuelle has One 7 matches Voguis, when in doubt, check my Signature ;)

As I said, I didn't mind who really went through, I would be happy for either win, I particualry wanted Patty to win this ebcause I think she has more to prove that she can challenge on grass, and making higher rounds in GS means more to her career, then of Emmanuelle who may well be retiring at the end of the year. Elanor should send me an email in the next day of Emmanuelle's thoughts of the match.

She ha sbeen lucky, Winning to a retiree (sp) and gritting out a match which was not in her hands, This however should get her back into the top 100, and who knows.....A 4th round match is possible, but by the looks Golovin played well against Schiavone.

*JR*
Jun 27th, 2004, 10:50 PM
As I said, I didn't mind who really went through, I would be happy for either win, I particualry wanted Patty to win this ebcause I think she has more to prove that she can challenge on grass, and making higher rounds in GS means more to her career, then of Emmanuelle who may well be retiring at the end of the year. Elanor should send me an email in the next day of Emmanuelle's thoughts of the match.

She has been lucky, Winning to a retiree (sp) and gritting out a match which was not in her hands, This however should get her back into the top 100, and who knows.....A 4th round match is possible, but by the looks Golovin played well against Schiavone. Then why didn't you post your congragulations in Manu's Thread? :rolleyes:

casanovalover
Jun 28th, 2004, 02:13 AM
Then why didn't you post your congragulations in Manu's Thread? :rolleyes:

because she/he didn't feel like it obviously. i thought you going to stop annoying people in this forum. obviously not.

casanovalover
Jun 28th, 2004, 02:17 AM
i'm very upset by this loss. both myriam and patty lost matches were they dominated the first set and the majority of the second only to lose a tie break and capitulate in the final set. i don't know whether to be happy or sad that manu is challenging golovin, because on the one hand it probably means patty wasn't playing awfully, but on the other it makes me think she could have made the 4th round just like at RG.

when will my favourites stop annoying me. has anyone seen switz post? he/she said they were going to kill themselves if patty lost to manu.

*JR*
Jun 28th, 2004, 09:28 AM
because she/he didn't feel like it obviously. i thought you going to stop annoying people in this forum. obviously not. The reason that I only asked Rothes is that She Supposedly has a role in running 2 websites about Manu. Tell me what in that question was negative about Patty, Per chance? I did follow my promise, so don't fucking tell me what to post, asshole! :fiery:

casanovalover
Jun 28th, 2004, 03:38 PM
The reason that I only asked Rothes is that She Supposedly has a role in running 2 websites about Manu. Tell me what in that question was negative about Patty, Per chance? I did follow my promise, so don't fucking tell me what to post, asshole! :fiery:

oh i see we hit a nerve. what does manu have to do with patty? i don't see why you want to stay in a forum where the great majority (ie all 3 or 4 of us) don't want you.

whatever, i could care less if your life is so lacking in anything fulfilling that you feel compelled to constantly interfer in other people's business (posters and tennis players alike).

*JR*
Jun 28th, 2004, 03:50 PM
what does manu have to do with patty? Nothing, really (though both were coached by Van Harpen together briely in '03). I didn't make Rothes express neutrality ITT. I only Said She Should also have respected Manu enough to post It In her Thread, Too (esp. as Rothes has communicated with her, I believe). Poor Patty, with :retard: fans like you.... :tape:

casanovalover
Jun 28th, 2004, 04:31 PM
Nothing, really (though both were coached by Van Harpen together briely in '03). I didn't make Rothes express neutrality ITT. I only Said She Should also have respected Manu enough to post It In her Thread, Too (esp. as Rothes has communicated with her, I believe). Poor Patty, with :retard: fans like you.... :tape:

i'd say poor player that you support but from what i've seen you actually don't support anyone, but only criticise players partners or parents or very strangely comment on their eye colour - freak.

Rothes
Jun 29th, 2004, 07:22 AM
Why am I Always in the Midst of a conversation when JR appears ???

The Websites aren't nothing much anyway now, we cancelled them and deleted the pages, Thats why only the front pages are viewable, we wern't getting many visitors and we made a decision to leave them until the time comes when we have time to make them.

Anyhow thats not the point, JR why be so stubborn?? Alot of the time I am busy on the weekends, I have 2 Church's to attend, I have a job and I have Socilaising with friends, family. I can't be on the internet every call when a Swiss Has won a match or has had a gracious run into a tournament. I emailed Elanor giving asking her to give my congratulations to Emmanuelle.

If I was online at the time, Ofcourse I would have gaven my congratulations., but Don't banter or hint at me in 3 or 4 different threads that I am lazy, or useless to even say Congratulations.

I am lucky to congratulate Emmanuelle, on somewhat of a personal Basis, thats more then what you can input, and that I don't have to validate any affection of Emmanuelle on your behalf because of what you think my expectations of loyalty are.

*JR*
Jun 29th, 2004, 11:28 AM
If I was online at the time, Ofcourse I would have gaven my congratulations..... Rothes, you were. (You posted ITT, right)? And to CL, many ppl around the world (of different ages, genders, nationalities, etc.) still refer to Frank Sinatra as "Ole Blue Eyes". So If I refer To That Trait via (separate nicknames for Manu and Lina K.) what in the world is freaky about THAT???

Rothes
Jun 30th, 2004, 02:19 AM
No I wasn't, Not at the time she won.

LefandePatty
Jul 8th, 2004, 05:38 PM
Hi!!!
I'm Mathieu, a big Patty Schnyder's fan...
I talk not very good English, because I'm Swiss...
Are there Patty Schnyder's fan here???

I maked a site of Patty Schnyder:

http://www.pattyschnyder.fr.st

vogus
Jul 9th, 2004, 04:47 PM
Hi Mathieu. I checked it out, that is a nice little Patty site you have got there. There is definitely a need right now for an unofficial Patty fan site, so good luck and keep it going.

:wavey: