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MartinaLegend1
Dec 1st, 2006, 09:39 PM
This is according to Pat Cash...and has some harsh critique of Venus having the right to complain about equal pay because she comes from "the slums of LA"

http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/general/story.jsp?story=717002

This is an excerpt from the article.....


And it is partly his love of the sport that fills him with anger and dismay at the attitude of some of today's female players, who were so vocal at Wimbledon last year when demanding equal pay with the men.

"It doesn't affect me in any way, but I get sick of the women whining on about it. You never hear the men moaning about what they're being paid," he says, with a tone that suggests he is about to fire off an indignant little volley.

"It's like two guys going to work and one is getting paid £20 an hour and the other £10 an hour. Well, the one doing the better work is getting £20 an hour - and that's the male player. That's because men are on court longer than women, so what are the women moaning about?

"When I hear about it I just want to tell them to 'shut the hell up!' I think the women are overpaid. To be honest, I think they're all overpaid.

"They need to come into the real world and stop making it such a big issue ... they need to stop this cr*p and live in the real world. They're getting paid a million dollars for winning a tournament and they are moaning.

"Then you hear someone like Venus saying (he puts on a squeaky voice): 'I don't want to mention boycott', but, you know, this is someone who came from the slums in Los Angeles … come on!"

Ellery
Dec 1st, 2006, 09:40 PM
:o

QUEENLINDSAY
Dec 1st, 2006, 09:42 PM
Stfu!!!! Path Cash!!!!!!!

Helen Lawson
Dec 1st, 2006, 09:43 PM
I came from the slums of Brooklyn, but I always still battled for the big bucks! And like Venus, I had to support a whole family of blood-suckers and leeches, at least Venus has one sister who makes big money like herself. All I had was that loser Florence. Go Venus!

tennisbear7
Dec 1st, 2006, 09:47 PM
*death*
:haha:

He really needs to shut up. Just because Ame/JuJu/Maria/Lindz/Hingis/Williamses earned more than he did during the course of his entire career. OMG *Death* :haha:

Hmm...

He's so boring and his points are so... ergh. But then I guess he doesn't know the concept of "drawing the crowds" because he didn't draw much of them when he was playing. Picky little man.

Paneru
Dec 1st, 2006, 09:53 PM
This is according to Pat Cash...and has some harsh critique of Venus having the right to complain about equal pay because she comes from "the slums of LA"

http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/general/story.jsp?story=717002

This is an excerpt from the article.....


And it is partly his love of the sport that fills him with anger and dismay at the attitude of some of today's female players, who were so vocal at Wimbledon last year when demanding equal pay with the men.

"It doesn't affect me in any way, but I get sick of the women whining on about it. You never hear the men moaning about what they're being paid," he says, with a tone that suggests he is about to fire off an indignant little volley.

"It's like two guys going to work and one is getting paid £20 an hour and the other £10 an hour. Well, the one doing the better work is getting £20 an hour - and that's the male player. That's because men are on court longer than women, so what are the women moaning about?

"When I hear about it I just want to tell them to 'shut the hell up!' I think the women are overpaid. To be honest, I think they're all overpaid.

"They need to come into the real world and stop making it such a big issue ... they need to stop this cr*p and live in the real world. They're getting paid a million dollars for winning a tournament and they are moaning.

"Then you hear someone like Venus saying (he puts on a squeaky voice): 'I don't want to mention boycott', but, you know, this is someone who came from the slums in Los Angeles … come on!"


Yeah, I dare your stupid ass to dare to
get up in Venus/Serena/Maria's face and
say some bullshit like that and see what
you get back! :cool:

Plus the audasity to spout some shit like
just because Venus came from the "slums"
she's suppossed to just be all "Yessa Massa,
thank you for whatever you choose to give
and all other women." Boy please!

What I wouldn't give to hear Richard comment
on this. Need some more richardisms. :devil:

Nicolás89
Dec 1st, 2006, 09:55 PM
he is a monkey dont listen to him:o

P_Fer
Dec 1st, 2006, 09:58 PM
OMFG what a moron

Vlover
Dec 1st, 2006, 10:02 PM
"Then you hear someone like Venus saying (he puts on a squeaky voice): 'I don't want to mention boycott', but, you know, this is someone who came from the slums in Los Angeles … come on!"[/B]

What is he impling here? What relevance is this in demanding equity for women? Where you come from should determine how much you should be paid?:rolleyes: He sounds like a scared whuz! Oh stop those women, they should never be allowed to be our equal never:crying2: :sobbing:

goldenlox
Dec 1st, 2006, 10:13 PM
There are great actors who didn't get paid like Gov Arnold in movies.
Pay isn't always relative to who is better, especially in the entertainment business.

griffin
Dec 1st, 2006, 10:21 PM
"This is someone who's trying to drum up ticket sales for some old fart seniors event...Come on!"

LH2HBH
Dec 1st, 2006, 10:24 PM
"I don't want to say attention seeker, but......"

anyway - everyone is entitled to their own opinion, I suppose!

johnoo
Dec 1st, 2006, 10:27 PM
That's because men are on court longer than women, so what are the women moaning about?

that is a very poor point,so is he saying if the women played the best of seven set's even if the tennis was dire they would deserve more money? quality not quantity that counts.

Ben.
Dec 1st, 2006, 10:36 PM
This is according to Pat Cash...and has some harsh critique of Venus having the right to complain about equal pay because she comes from "the slums of LA"

http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/general/story.jsp?story=717002

This is an excerpt from the article.....


And it is partly his love of the sport that fills him with anger and dismay at the attitude of some of today's female players, who were so vocal at Wimbledon last year when demanding equal pay with the men.

"It doesn't affect me in any way, but I get sick of the women whining on about it. You never hear the men moaning about what they're being paid," he says, with a tone that suggests he is about to fire off an indignant little volley.

"It's like two guys going to work and one is getting paid £20 an hour and the other £10 an hour. Well, the one doing the better work is getting £20 an hour - and that's the male player. That's because men are on court longer than women, so what are the women moaning about?

"When I hear about it I just want to tell them to 'shut the hell up!' I think the women are overpaid. To be honest, I think they're all overpaid.

"They need to come into the real world and stop making it such a big issue ... they need to stop this cr*p and live in the real world. They're getting paid a million dollars for winning a tournament and they are moaning.

"Then you hear someone like Venus saying (he puts on a squeaky voice): 'I don't want to mention boycott', but, you know, this is someone who came from the slums in Los Angeles … come on!"

what a complete moron :weirdo: women are being under paid not over paid & besides women's tennis is becoming quite a commodity now so why not give them equal pay like men :shrug: I no he made the comment "They're getting paid a million dollars for winning a tournament and they are moaning". Yes, but women deserve much better though.

Pat Cash always likes 2 stir attention so don't be surprised bout what other dumbass comments he makes in the future :rolleyes: He's so up himself :tape:

Lunaris
Dec 1st, 2006, 10:40 PM
He said some bullshits, but generally I agree with his idea.

!<blocparty>!
Dec 1st, 2006, 10:47 PM
This is according to Pat Cash...and has some harsh critique of Venus having the right to complain about equal pay because she comes from "the slums of LA"

http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/general/story.jsp?story=717002

This is an excerpt from the article.....


And it is partly his love of the sport that fills him with anger and dismay at the attitude of some of today's female players, who were so vocal at Wimbledon last year when demanding equal pay with the men.

"It doesn't affect me in any way, but I get sick of the women whining on about it. You never hear the men moaning about what they're being paid," he says, with a tone that suggests he is about to fire off an indignant little volley.

"It's like two guys going to work and one is getting paid £20 an hour and the other £10 an hour. Well, the one doing the better work is getting £20 an hour - and that's the male player. That's because men are on court longer than women, so what are the women moaning about?

"When I hear about it I just want to tell them to 'shut the hell up!' I think the women are overpaid. To be honest, I think they're all overpaid.

"They need to come into the real world and stop making it such a big issue ... they need to stop this cr*p and live in the real world. They're getting paid a million dollars for winning a tournament and they are moaning.

"Then you hear someone like Venus saying (he puts on a squeaky voice): 'I don't want to mention boycott', but, you know, this is someone who came from the slums in Los Angeles … come on!"

Wow, this is a really, really dumb thing to do. They aren't complaining because of the money... they are campaigning for equal opportunities.

You never hear the men moaning about what they're being paid

:weirdo: That's because.. wait, why am I explaining this? :o

Then you hear someone like Venus saying (he puts on a squeaky voice): 'I don't want to mention boycott', but, you know, this is someone who came from the slums in Los Angeles … come on!

:weirdo: x infinity. So because she comes from a poor area of LA she can't possibly complain about her million + dollar prize money?!/Push for equal pay?! :tape:

ARGH, what a loser.

LoveFifteen
Dec 1st, 2006, 10:56 PM
What an idiot! Hopefully the woman he is currently sleeping with will read this, and she will avenge the WTA ladies that he's slandered by shoving out a big yeasty queef while she's sitting on Pat's face.

LH2HBH
Dec 1st, 2006, 11:06 PM
What an idiot! Hopefully the woman he is currently sleeping with will read this, and she will avenge the WTA ladies that he's slandered by shoving out a big yeasty queef while she's sitting on Pat's face.

*death*

:haha:

Ben.
Dec 1st, 2006, 11:08 PM
What an idiot! Hopefully the woman he is currently sleeping with will read this, and she will avenge the WTA ladies that he's slandered by shoving out a big yeasty queef while she's sitting on Pat's face.

:lol:

Derek.
Dec 1st, 2006, 11:09 PM
What an idiot! Hopefully the woman he is currently sleeping with will read this, and she will avenge the WTA ladies that he's slandered by shoving out a big yeasty queef while she's sitting on Pat's face.

Eww. :lol: :o

DutchieGirl
Dec 1st, 2006, 11:25 PM
Pat Cash is a tool, has always been a tool, and always WILL be a tool. ;)

Hawn
Dec 1st, 2006, 11:28 PM
He's pretty much an idiot.

Ben.
Dec 1st, 2006, 11:31 PM
Pat Cash is a tool, has always been a tool, and always WILL be a tool. ;)

too true :lol:

DutchieGirl
Dec 1st, 2006, 11:31 PM
He pretty much brings this shite up every time he wants to be in the news - it's not the first time he's said this. ;)

orfeus
Dec 1st, 2006, 11:31 PM
Actually the whole article's a mere bullshit, but I really like the "logic" of some of his arguments::lol:

"It's like two guys going to work and one is getting paid £20 an hour and the other £10 an hour. Well, the one doing the better work is getting £20 an hour - and that's the male player. That's because men are on court longer than women, so what are the women moaning about?"

If I get it right, the male sprinters should be paid less than female ones then, because they can run faster and spend thus a shorter period of time on the oval. Now, isn't that funny?:haha: :haha:
Anyway, as a matter of fact, the WTA tour is becoming more popular (and a bigger commodity) than this ATP, so why shouldn't be female tennis players even better paid than men?;)

Ben.
Dec 1st, 2006, 11:34 PM
He pretty much brings this shite up every time he wants to be in the news - it's not the first time he's said this. ;)

yeah not surprising :lol:

DutchieGirl
Dec 1st, 2006, 11:34 PM
Actually the whole article's a mere bullshit, but I really like the "logic" of some of his arguments::lol:


If I get it right, the male sprinters should be paid less than female ones then, because they can run faster and spend thus a shorter period of time on the oval. Now, isn't that funny?:haha: :haha:
Anyway, as a matter of fact, the WTA tour is becoming more popular (and a bigger commodity) than this ATP, so why shouldn't be female tennis players even better paid than men?;)

That's obvious isn't it? Because they are not men, of course. ;) (yes, sarcasm, I'm female - before anyone gets the wrong idea).

thrust
Dec 1st, 2006, 11:38 PM
I agree with Pat. It was Venus who first mentioned that she came from the slums of LA, not Pat.

Gerri
Dec 1st, 2006, 11:43 PM
Nasty little prick.

"When I hear about it I just want to tell them to 'shut the hell up!' The feeling's mutual :rolleyes:

MisterQ
Dec 1st, 2006, 11:44 PM
"It doesn't affect me in any way, but I get sick of the women whining on about it. You never hear the men moaning about what they're being paid," he says, with a tone that suggests he is about to fire off an indignant little volley.[/B]

I remember Kafelnikov complaining about the money the ATP players make...

dreamgoddess099
Dec 2nd, 2006, 12:08 AM
This is according to Pat Cash...and has some harsh critique of Venus having the right to complain about equal pay because she comes from "the slums of LA"

http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/general/story.jsp?story=717002

This is an excerpt from the article.....


And it is partly his love of the sport that fills him with anger and dismay at the attitude of some of today's female players, who were so vocal at Wimbledon last year when demanding equal pay with the men.

"It doesn't affect me in any way, but I get sick of the women whining on about it.
Funny, because I get sick of people bitching and whining about things that don't affect them, be it women's equality or gay marriage. It's like why oppose something that doesn't have shit to do with you unless you feel everything should exist only if you say so.

You never hear the men moaning about what they're being paid," he says, :eek: This dude doesn't know shit about what he is talking about. The ATP players are always talking about how they want more money.


"It's like two guys going to work and one is getting paid £20 an hour and the other £10 an hour. Well, the one doing the better work is getting £20 an hour - and that's the male player. That's because men are on court longer than women, so what are the women moaning about?First of all, tennis players aren't paid by the set. Men don't always play five sets and they certainly don't receive less money for it. Secondly, It's not the women's fault that they don't play five sets, the tournaments make that decision. You can't punish the women for not doing something you won't allow them to do.

"When I hear about it I just want to tell them to 'shut the hell up!' I think the women are overpaid. To be honest, I think they're all overpaid.Again, if the money is not coming out of his pockets, why does he care what the women are paid? These anti-women statements are not making him look good.

"They need to come into the real world and stop making it such a big issue ... they need to stop this cr*p and live in the real world. They're getting paid a million dollars for winning a tournament and they are moaning.
The only thing this guy knows about the "real world" is that lame MTV show. In the "real world" sports involve ticket sells and marquee value. The top 5 women bring in more money and press to the slams than the number 20 ranked male player. Surely he's not bringing in as much money to the tournament as them, so why should he be making more money than them?

"Then you hear someone like Venus saying (he puts on a squeaky voice): 'I don't want to mention boycott', but, you know, this is someone who came from the slums in Los Angeles … come on!"
Ok, I get it, in his mind people who come from less should accept less because in his opinion they are worth less. What a pompous bastard.

IceHock
Dec 2nd, 2006, 12:12 AM
Isn't this the guy who said Martina wouldn't last a year on tour?

LoveFifteen
Dec 2nd, 2006, 12:13 AM
Isn't this the guy who said Martina wouldn't last a year on tour?

Yes! :mad: :smash:

Apoleb
Dec 2nd, 2006, 12:14 AM
I'm predictably in the minority here, but I agree with some of his points. This whole thing is not an issue of women's rights. The men's tour gets a lot more money than the women's one, so it's natural that the men players would be payed more, and the women should really stop whining about the 5k difference or whatever.

Apoleb
Dec 2nd, 2006, 12:14 AM
I'm predictably in the minority here, but I agree with some of his points. This whole thing is not an issue of women's rights. The men's tour gets a lot more money than the women's one, so it's natural that the men players would be payed more, and the women should really stop whining about the 5k difference or whatever.

Barrie_Dude
Dec 2nd, 2006, 12:16 AM
This is according to Pat Cash...and has some harsh critique of Venus having the right to complain about equal pay because she comes from "the slums of LA"

http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/general/story.jsp?story=717002

This is an excerpt from the article.....


And it is partly his love of the sport that fills him with anger and dismay at the attitude of some of today's female players, who were so vocal at Wimbledon last year when demanding equal pay with the men.

"It doesn't affect me in any way, but I get sick of the women whining on about it. You never hear the men moaning about what they're being paid," he says, with a tone that suggests he is about to fire off an indignant little volley.

"It's like two guys going to work and one is getting paid £20 an hour and the other £10 an hour. Well, the one doing the better work is getting £20 an hour - and that's the male player. That's because men are on court longer than women, so what are the women moaning about?

"When I hear about it I just want to tell them to 'shut the hell up!' I think the women are overpaid. To be honest, I think they're all overpaid.

"They need to come into the real world and stop making it such a big issue ... they need to stop this cr*p and live in the real world. They're getting paid a million dollars for winning a tournament and they are moaning.

"Then you hear someone like Venus saying (he puts on a squeaky voice): 'I don't want to mention boycott', but, you know, this is someone who came from the slums in Los Angeles … come on!"
:fiery: :fiery: :fiery: :fiery: :fiery: :fiery: :fiery: :fiery: :fiery: :fiery: :fiery: :fiery:

Bumsby
Dec 2nd, 2006, 12:28 AM
:lol: at this guy, he sounds like he's joking

Now I see why Federer once said something so severe for someone cautious like him:

"I don't care what Pat Cash says" :o :yeah:

Greenout
Dec 2nd, 2006, 12:37 AM
Sorry, but this is what's so wrong about Wimbledon, and especially 1-slam male tennis players. Pat Cash is somehow the authority on tennis because of one Wimbledon grand slam win.

The article and quotes are so wrong in being totally ignorant, racist, and sexist. But it's the nothing unusual - Pat Cash has always proven time and time again to be an idiot.

The Venus quote at the end is condescending - I'm reading it as Cash saying that it's very "ghetto" to mention boycott and uprising. As if it's typical of someone from that side of the track to protest the status quo of rich white people.

Cash needs to get over it- tennis isn't about rich white people and the players aren't from that background anymore.

Maria, Justine and the WS are from families that were in very poor economic situations, it's all very very working class. Their success is due to talent, hardwork - it's not like they suddenly appeared in the tennis world. There's loads of video of them as little kids playing tennis.

austennis
Dec 2nd, 2006, 12:50 AM
Pat Cash is an embarasement to himself and to Australia.. why do people keep giving him all this attention he dosnt deserve.. all he does now is try to stir up controversy.. if people want to speak to former legends speak to Andre A, Sampras, Seles, Graf people who are respectable..

dreamgoddess099
Dec 2nd, 2006, 12:55 AM
I'm predictably in the minority here, but I agree with some of his points. This whole thing is not an issue of women's rights. The men's tour gets a lot more money than the women's one, so it's natural that the men players would be payed more,
Are we talking women as a whole because I can guarantee you that the marquee women's players are not only a bigger value to the slams than the #20 male player is, but they also are bigger assets to the sport as a whole.

and the women should really stop whining about the 5k difference or whatever.Your opinion is that of a non professional female tennis player. But when a tournament is using your picture everywhere, and you are out giving television interviews to drum up publicity for the tournament, and meeting with key tournaments sponsers, it's very hard to believe that you're not worth a bigger value to the tournament than some lower ranked no name male player whose face the tournament itself wouldn't dare put on a poster because they know he won't bring in any money. Let's be honest, tennis uses the women to get publicity and marketing dollars knowing that the majority of the money the tournament makes comes from marketing and ratings, not ticket sells. These greedy tournaments make so much money off the players but only gives them a fraction of it.

The Daviator
Dec 2nd, 2006, 01:04 AM
What an arse :weirdo:

Greenout
Dec 2nd, 2006, 01:04 AM
Players like Venus, Serena, Maria and Justine deserve their money. It's a pro tour, it's not a hobby.

They are the CEO's of their own company - their tennis career. And like business CEO's they have employees with them, and huge debits, and credits. They are the soul figure head, and brand name to their companies.

Roger received 8 million in prize money this year, no one is complaining about him.

I think female tennis players are under paid, IMHO.

Brooklyn90
Dec 2nd, 2006, 01:07 AM
how dare he bring venus's name out of his fucking mouth :fiery:
but really he makes no point at all. women work just as hard as the men do. And they should be payed qual amount. Men's and women's bodies are made diffrent and a 5 set match for a man may be equal to a 3 set match for a women.

supergrunt
Dec 2nd, 2006, 01:09 AM
This is according to Pat Cash...and has some harsh critique of Venus having the right to complain about equal pay because she comes from "the slums of LA"

http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/general/story.jsp?story=717002

This is an excerpt from the article.....


And it is partly his love of the sport that fills him with anger and dismay at the attitude of some of today's female players, who were so vocal at Wimbledon last year when demanding equal pay with the men.

"It doesn't affect me in any way, but I get sick of the women whining on about it. You never hear the men moaning about what they're being paid," he says, with a tone that suggests he is about to fire off an indignant little volley.

"It's like two guys going to work and one is getting paid £20 an hour and the other £10 an hour. Well, the one doing the better work is getting £20 an hour - and that's the male player. That's because men are on court longer than women, so what are the women moaning about?

"When I hear about it I just want to tell them to 'shut the hell up!' I think the women are overpaid. To be honest, I think they're all overpaid.

"They need to come into the real world and stop making it such a big issue ... they need to stop this cr*p and live in the real world. They're getting paid a million dollars for winning a tournament and they are moaning.

"Then you hear someone like Venus saying (he puts on a squeaky voice): 'I don't want to mention boycott', but, you know, this is someone who came from the slums in Los Angeles … come on!"

Don't hate just becuase you ain't getting paid okaay. :rolleyes:

DutchieGirl
Dec 2nd, 2006, 02:43 AM
I agree with Pat. It was Venus who first mentioned that she came from the slums of LA, not Pat.

Sorry but what the FUCK does that have to do with women getting equal pay to the men? Now if you come from the slums you don't deserve anything, even if you work really hard and have a talent? :rolleyes: Gimme a break!

DutchieGirl
Dec 2nd, 2006, 02:45 AM
:lol: at this guy, he sounds like he's joking

Now I see why Federer once said something so severe for someone cautious like him:

"I don't care what Pat Cash says" :o :yeah:

The sad thing is - he's not joking.

-Sonic-
Dec 2nd, 2006, 02:51 AM
Who even respects Pat Cash, let alone likes him?!

~Cherry*Blossom~
Dec 2nd, 2006, 02:54 AM
lol, what a wanker!

DutchieGirl
Dec 2nd, 2006, 02:58 AM
I'm predictably in the minority here, but I agree with some of his points. This whole thing is not an issue of women's rights. The men's tour gets a lot more money than the women's one, so it's natural that the men players would be payed more, and the women should really stop whining about the 5k difference or whatever.

Do you know the financials of both tours? If not, then you can't really make sweeping statements, and the women are mainly wanting the same prizemoney at the Grand Slams - they get equal prizemoney at AO, USO and FO - so why not at Wimby? And the women haven't said anything about this for a while, it is Cash himself that is brining this up yet again...for the publicity.

And fyi, the difference between the men and the women winning Wimby is generally NOT $5k. The mens winner of Wimby gets 630,000 POUNDS and the womens winner gets 625,000 POUNDS...that's actually almost $10k in USD.

xan
Dec 2nd, 2006, 12:53 PM
Pat Cash hates women's tennis.

Yet the BBC constantly hires the idiot to commentate on womens' tennis!

Andy.
Dec 2nd, 2006, 12:58 PM
I hate Pat Cash is is an absolute wanker and a fool he is always stiring up crap.

Ben.
Dec 2nd, 2006, 01:06 PM
Anyone met him in person? What's he like, bet's he just a complete moron & dickhead in public.

Highlandman
Dec 2nd, 2006, 01:08 PM
He seems to have a problem with Venus:o :mad:

Ben.
Dec 2nd, 2006, 01:15 PM
He seems to have a problem with Venus:o :mad:

that comment he made bout her was just plain disgusting :( he should think b4 he should speak :o

ioni
Dec 2nd, 2006, 01:25 PM
:o

Marcus1979
Dec 2nd, 2006, 01:25 PM
this is nothing new from Pat Cash basically

I remember in 2002 or 2003 he was on a sports program here in Australia and when asked about Womens game he basically just said look at the top.

Pat Cash has always stuck his nose up in the air in regards to womens game.

Look at all the criticisms he has had of Anna Kournikova over the years

Dementinator
Dec 2nd, 2006, 02:00 PM
that comment he made bout her was just plain disgusting :( he should think b4 he should speak :o

think before he speaks? now come on ,you are making one very big assumption here ,that the Dumb Ass Fuck has a brain to think with ,when its blatantly obvious he hasnt ,the pointless prick wins one slam and thats it ,hes now THE official authority on tennis ,when in reality his knowledge amounts to bupkiss ,the Square Root of Fuck all.

Even worse ,with me being a WTA fan AND Wimbledon lover ,us poor limeys have to put up with the wank rags inane crap every year as Auntie Beeb seems fit go have him on the team. He obviously detests Womens Tennis ,his desicion ,but why cant he shut the fuck up..

Gerri
Dec 2nd, 2006, 03:18 PM
Even worse ,with me being a WTA fan AND Wimbledon lover ,us poor limeys have to put up with the wank rags inane crap every year as Auntie Beeb seems fit go have him on the team. He obviously detests Womens Tennis ,his desicion ,but why cant he shut the fuck up..

:yeah: I'm disgusted the BBC wastes money on such an annoying whiney twat.

martinahfan
Dec 2nd, 2006, 03:50 PM
but martina hingis earned only 1.160.500 this year , it's very few :(

trivfun
Dec 2nd, 2006, 04:19 PM
I came from the slums of Brooklyn, but I always still battled for the big bucks! And like Venus, I had to support a whole family of blood-suckers and leeches, at least Venus has one sister who makes big money like herself. All I had was that loser Florence. Go Venus!

Why does Manhattan always win in terms of prestige and power over cities like Brooklyn? Will Brooklyn ever win?

frenchie
Dec 2nd, 2006, 04:21 PM
If women are over paid than Pat cash is over stupid:help:

louisa2k2
Dec 3rd, 2006, 11:15 AM
hes one of those guys that just says things because it will get a reaction, its best to ignore.

goldenlox
Dec 3rd, 2006, 05:11 PM
I wish it were true that women were overpaid. But the players all are underpaid, men and women. The majors pay a very small % of their revenue in prizemoney.