Berankis v. Gulbis in Geneva...

Berankis v. Gulbis


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stringertom

Bionic Poster
I find that prejudice against Berankis often overwhelms the Gulbis hate around here.
I have met the compact Lithuanian and he was a kind and understanding young man in my brief encounter with him. I wish him all the luck in this world.

However, my well known zeal for all things Ernests is quite documented on this forum. As a result, I will be equal parts sad and happy with whatever outcome from this match.
 

SoBad

G.O.A.T.
I have met the compact Lithuanian and he was a kind and understanding young man in my brief encounter with him. I wish him all the luck in this world.

However, my well known zeal for all things Ernests is quite documented on this forum. As a result, I will be equal parts sad and happy with whatever outcome from this match.
Yes, young men from NW Russia are often gentle, kind, and understanding, as you have learned first-hand. But what a talented dangerous opponent this Gulbis.
 

stringertom

Bionic Poster
It was with much disappoint I awoke this morning to find that Safin's protégé and @SoBad 's favorite to win the Geneva semi-pro RG tuneup has failed to advance, thereby negating the chances of the blockbuster SF vs the talented playboy from "southwest Russia". Instead, our Ernests must be content with beating up drug cheats, Brazilian bagel bakers and aging Spanish pitch men for nicotine products. :eek:
 

SoBad

G.O.A.T.
It was with much disappoint I awoke this morning to find that Safin's protégé and @SoBad 's favorite to win the Geneva semi-pro RG tuneup has failed to advance, thereby negating the chances of the blockbuster SF vs the talented playboy from "southwest Russia". Instead, our Ernests must be content with beating up drug cheats, Brazilian bagel bakers and aging Spanish pitch men for nicotine products. :eek:
I am confused about what's going on. I can see that the talented Uzbek Istomin from SE Russia has thumped the boring german Mayer.

The real question is, what is the next big match coming up on our screens? Too much mickey mouse noise causing confusion this week.
 

stringertom

Bionic Poster
I am confused about what's going on. I can see that the talented Uzbek Istomin from SE Russia has thumped the boring german Mayer.

The real question is, what is the next big match coming up on our screens? Too much mickey mouse noise causing confusion this week.
It is a wrap in the Swiss city by the lake for today after the Brazilian breadstick baker fed the other SE Russian a tasty treat. I hope Mikhail is so Kuku for this fine food product that he stores it in his suitcase to feed the Kazakh masses on his return to the sandy steppes.:eek:
 

SoBad

G.O.A.T.
It is a wrap in the Swiss city by the lake for today after the Brazilian breadstick baker fed the other SE Russian a tasty treat. I hope Mikhail is so Kuku for this fine food product that he stores it in his suitcase to feed the Kazakh masses on his return to the sandy steppes.:eek:
This is very confusing, but I do hope that Kukushkin skips Paris, if such is his choice. South Russia has nice lakes and mountains, no wonder Switzerland is often referred to as the Kazakhstan of Europe.
 

stringertom

Bionic Poster
This is very confusing, but I do hope that Kukushkin skips Paris, if such is his choice. South Russia has nice lakes and mountains, no wonder Switzerland is often referred to as the Kazakhstan of Europe.
Borat has brought the money to match the Swiss and the Kazakhs are more inventive so they will not be content to make chocolate, watches and pocket knives with his investment capital. One day soon the "Made in Kazakhstan" stamp will be more ubiquitous and stand for higher quality than products made in the Tell Confederation.
 

SoBad

G.O.A.T.
Borat has brought the money to match the Swiss and the Kazakhs are more inventive so they will not be content to make chocolate, watches and pocket knives with his investment capital. One day soon the "Made in Kazakhstan" stamp will be more ubiquitous and stand for higher quality than products made in the Tell Confederation.
All I remember about that film is that people from Kazakhstan didn’t think it was funny.

Switchblades are increasingly deemed illegal, although mine has survived many border crossings so far.

Not sure how Switzerland manufacturing measures up against Kazakhstan these days, just sticking to “made in japan” for wristwatches and such myself.

For meat and fish, the focus is on time from kill to consumption. And the appetite timing and ambiance, most importantly.
 

stringertom

Bionic Poster
All I remember about that film is that people from Kazakhstan didn’t think it was funny.

Switchblades are increasingly deemed illegal, although mine has survived many border crossings so far.

Not sure how Switzerland manufacturing measures up against Kazakhstan these days, just sticking to “made in japan” for wristwatches and such myself.

For meat and fish, the focus is on time from kill to consumption. And the appetite timing and ambiance, most importantly.
Your lack of humor today is making your posts as useless as a magician's sleeve!:eek:
 

SoBad

G.O.A.T.
I sorry...did you penetrate their border on your big visit to Seoul???:eek:
I am in a beach town in the East near the border. Today there were many loud PA alarms and loudspeaker announcements, which I could not understand. But nothing happened, no tsunami or DPRK submarine running aground that I could observe. One of those mysteries.
 
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