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September 23, 2009

CRICKET

It could catch on.

(Thanks to Allen at Division)

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how about some pics of the team players? siouxie and i might need to plan a third road trip...

It's catching on here in DC!

Key quotes:
The game ... had attracted three spectators,

Key reason it's not a bigger sport:
When all was said and done, the GWU undergrads beat the graduate students, 87 runs all out in 20 overs to 62 runs all out in 15.2 overs, which means nothing to your average American.

Apparently they are imagining the Polygamy Tours:

"If you want sex but do not have someone to share it with, one option is to go solo whilst imagining you have a partner, or a few partners…”


Joe Namath told us this long, long ago.

so in the stands you could hear...crickets?

Jiminy!

Gives a whole new meaning to "sticky wickets," which of course WBAGNFARB.

nora, I'm up for it. Although we're gonna need more than ONE team player, Jeff.

"How all of this will translate into performance on the field?"

Huh. I thought the performance was indoors. Not the kind of turf I was thinking of.

Comment deleted for overt use of terms "Sticky Wicket", "Dead Ball", "Droopy Bat" and "Switch Hitter".

Do they have balls in Cricket? Here we have basketball, baseball, football,softball, foozball. I don't see any balls in Cricket.

Really gives new meaning to the phrase, "Take one for the team!", doesn't it?

It's a multi-billion-dollar sport attracting large crowds, most of whom are not limeys. Huh. Who knew?

nursecindy you have to look really really close to see ...


oh carp, it's just too easy.

What men on a national sports team have to be told to have sex?

Sherly, need I remind you?

Loudmouth, that explains why lately, when I watch the Sox, some of the players don't seem familiar.

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