"And it should only apply when people are speaking of Richard!"
In case you didn't notice, Pea, the title of this thread is Speaking of Richard Williams. <img src="rolleyes.gif" border="0">
I remember during the estyle, I posted a compliment to Monica entitled: Monica Seles, you ain't slick. <br />In it, I scolded Monica about her foot injury and accused her of making it up in order to secretly get in shape and become a lean, mean tennis machine.
Some people had two strokes, three fits and a hay baby.<br />To be fair, some of Monica's fans (of which I am one) saw that I was actually praising Monica by giving her a tongue in cheek scolding.
But I don't really get upset about those things. I know that this is an international board and even many people for whom English is their primary language have trouble getting irony when it's posted on a message board.
I also happen to know that it's all Richard Williams fault. He's using his mind control powers to sow seeds of dissension. <img src="biggrin.gif" border="0">
No one was speaking of Richard before you spoke of him...so you can't say speaking of Richard which implies someone has been speaking of Richard, which is entirely untrue until your thread. So you are wrong I am right yet again. Thank you. <img src="rolleyes.gif" border="0">