Australian open??anyone

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  1. baseliner87

    baseliner87 Rookie

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    hey TW, i was just wondering if u guys were gonna make the trip to the
    Australian open, we would love to be invloved in your blog.

    so let us know

    thanks
     
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    Sorry, but as of now, there are no plans of attending AO.

    Spencer, TW.
     
  3. TW_VideoMasterMind

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    What my colleague failed to mention is that we would love to make it to the AO if there was a sponsor out there who wanted to send us and shoot some video for the benefit of the entire talk tennis community. ;)
     
  4. baseliner87

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    okey then fair enough, hopefully u guys can make it sometime in the near future, we would love to see u guys down under.:-o
     
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    Sure, I'll make a cheque out now. 50k AUD alright?
     
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    ha ha yes we should start a fundraiser.....should be called......help the needy at TW
     
  7. VikingSamurai

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    Or maybe someone should sponsor me to go over to the US and teach the TW guys how to do a real video production? ;)
     
  8. TW_VideoMasterMind

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    Seriously!
     
  9. baseliner87

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    ok thats a bit harsh, i like there vids they always find a funny side to thing..........so to the team that makes the vids nice work:)
     
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    My comment was tongue in cheek guys.. :)

    I am however trained in Television Commercial Production, but havn't worked in TV for many years.. Any media for that matter. I dont even do the videoing of family events.. The wife usually grabs the camera now days..

    As for your video's, atleast it looks like you are having fun, and thats the main thing..
     
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    ...sad.

    By the way, who said we are having fun? Chris gets all the attention and bosses us around like we are 10yr olds. Something about "I've become an international superstar. Now go get me my cocoa covered almonds!" It really has gotten out of control.
     
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    Actually, I've moved on to Gummy Bears - with the heads removed so I don't have to see them looking up at me when I go to eat them.

    William, please have some ready for me in make-up for the next vlog.

    To the OP,
    We'd love to go to the AO and shoot some video. Perhaps things will work out an we can make it down there one year.

    BTW, do you have Gummy Bears or Gummy Kangaroos in Australia?

    Just wondering so I can make the appropriate mental preparations.

    Thanks,
    Chris, TW.
     
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    ha ha ha........yes of course we have gummy bears over here, we also have gummy rings, gummy kangaroos and lots of that gummy stuff hey if yous come over we can have a gummy party he he he :) :) :)
     
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    Yeah but there is nothing better than chewing the head off of a chocolate Koala!.. Its been that long since I have been home that I dont even remember the name of them?. But do remember they have caramel in the middle..

    Karamelo Koala?
     
  15. baseliner87

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    yes the good old caramello koala..........aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhh:lol:
     
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    don't forget the freddo frog
     
  17. VikingSamurai

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    ooohhh Freddo Frogs...

    I tell you what I do miss from home. And that is the self serve buffet Chinese that you get in shopping centres..... S&S Pork, Honey Chicken, B&B bean, yummo....
     
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    so you're in asia, but you miss asian food from Australia? wouldn't it be better where you are? (granted, you're not in china but still).
     
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    Yes, I am in Japan, but we have some hella good Chinese restaurants here, although been to a few in Taiwan and Singapore. But it just isn't same as filling your plate up with what ever you want for $5.. Does it still cost that now days? And the taste back home is suited to our tastes. All different here.. Although having a Japanese wife, I eat Japanese food everyday, so a pie wouldn't be all that bad either...
     
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    mmm... you can't go past a four 'n' twenty meat and gravy pie. I don't live in the city, but we do have a chinese restaurant in my town and it is pretty cheap.
    they still serve sweet and sour pork, honey (and lemon) chicken and all the other things you mentioned.
     
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    mrs macs pies and sausage rolls are still better!:p
     
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    yeah true, beef cheese and bacon's my favourite. yours?
     
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    I was always partial to pie and pea's. But that beef, cheese and bacon one sounds alright at the minute, let me give you the drum! Oh, and it has to have onion in it aswell!

    Seargant's Pies used to make a beef and cheese pie, and I used to take the lid off, mix in some tarte (stuff you put on seafood with pickles in it) sauce, and yummo....
     
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