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  1. stringertom

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    Walking everywhere for my errands to loosen up my legs for some running and court time. Been doing my prematch stretching/shadow strokes while watching the AO. Thankfully, I'm on the ground floor to avoid setting off sureshs-like tremors for tenants below.:p Can you feel the shakes in Delhi @Sentinel or in London @Vcore89 ???
     
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    No shakes here, bro.
    But i hear there were two massive eruptions somewhere (acco to @Gut4Tennis ) so we don't know what Resh overate the other day !
     
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    An old guy was working out at the gym when he spotted a young hot girl walking in. He asked the trainer standing next to him, "What machine should I use to impress that girl over there?" The trainer looked him up and down and said; "I would recommend the ATM in the lobby.":D

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    That must be @Sentinel trying to impress one of @sureshs ' Div3 bagel queen beauties!:p
     
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    Sir sentinel would surely try to impress them Div III hotties with his strength, stamina and endurance [whatever that might mean].;) Naturally, sureshs would impress them gurlz with his spraying machine!:D
     
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    At his arraignment for charges of indecent exposure, sureshs argued he was only trying to provide very needed hygienic services for his little schwettie Div3 princesses.:p:D
     
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    I recently passed our beloved and sadly departed @kiki for total posts, bumping his final resting place from page 1 of the contributor's list.

    I could not have done this without the great help and inspiration provided by all my dear friends and sparring partners, a list too long to detail. Thanks so much for this honor!:p:):D:eek:
     
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    The match between the jokester and Kei will be the unraveling of Novak...[don't mark my words unless Novak exits right there and then!:D ¡Adiós!]
     
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    A centrury of UE from Nole means he won't be bagging the AO this time--for sure!:cool: Yey!
     
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    I hit with a racquet once used by Andrei Medvedev today. This reminded me of sitting next to Anke Huber on an outside court at Roland Garros, watching Andrei play a match in the early 1990s. He later broke up with her, got back together, and broke up with her again. I don't know what either is up to today.
     
  12. Mike Bulgakov

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    Wozniacki sometimes wears a black hat.
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    When it's a cool night out on the bike taxi, I wear my charcoal Harris tweed hat. I get a lot of positive feedback.
     
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    Like this post or...
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    20 years ago we had Johnny Cash, Bob Hope and Steve Jobs.

    Now, we have no Cash, no Hope and no Jobs.

    Please don't let Kevin ''Bacon'' [ aka @r2473 ] die.:D
     
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    The Master versus the Joker in Melbourne Park's battle royale [with cheese:D]!
     
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    About time to Chokekovic from too much gluten-free [anabolic diet] foods.:oops:
     
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    Chokovic is fine Spanish chocolate!
     
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    I am pretty sure Chocovic is a fine Spanish Chocolate but I am not specifically sure what Chokekovic [pre anabolic diet or whatever mumbo-jumbo gluten-free crap he was peddling] is ''greasing the groove'' with, nowadays.:eek:
     
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    I don't think it would ever come to this, but my body is actually (and finally) starting to relent alcohol. Though it could be because I've been working from 6AM to 5:30PM today, I actually welcome the change.
     
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    I recently really enjoyed a meal at an Ethiopian restaurant, and am currently foaming at the mouth with saliva in anticipation, as I am about to return for lunch.
     
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    Just wanted to post a photo of Bae Su-Ji on a tennis court

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    The after meal coffee ritual at the local Ethiopian restaurant is supposedly the bee's knees!
     
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    There are lots of cities in the world with offset time zones. Like Kathmandu is _hrs and 45 min difference from the rest of the world.
    A town in China is _ hrs and 30 min diff from the rest. Craziness.
     
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    Nice animation

     
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    San Francisco is very crowded and full of traffic this week, so it looks like a good weekend to stay in the East Bay and play tennis.
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    Stefan Edberg accidentally caused the death of linesman Dick Wertheim with an errant serve during the 1983 US Open.
     
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    455 BC: Aeschylus, the great Athenian author of tragedies.

    Valerius Maximus wrote that he was killed by a tortoise dropped by an eagle that had mistaken his bald head for a rock suitable for shattering the shell of the reptile. Pliny, in his Naturalis Historiæ, adds that Aeschylus had been staying outdoors to avert a prophecy that he would be killed by a falling object
     
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    Lucie is back on court and practicing again. I hope she has a healthy and great year.
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    Feeding some of those dark red peppers at the top of your chart to Sureshs could be the key to Nuclear Fusion.

    I gather the hottest peppers in the world come from Nepal and eating them is akin to chewing glass in your mouth. I gather they are used in minimal quantities in processed foods.
     
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    I'll have to make an even more effective TSV-approved gas mask if these get to Poobs. Damn you, YAFF!:eek:
     
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    While they probably can't' we have been very tremorous late,y in NorCal. Unless ehat we are feeling are the Sureshsian calisthenic temblors. :eek:
     
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