Discussion in 'March 2010' started by roscoe36, Nov 3, 2009.
I meant Charlie Allstar. Maybe CA is a bit confusing with Chucky Chuck in the line up too.
my personal nickname for charlie has been "slo-mo"
My mistake. I was too busy keeping track of TP, RH, RS, BW, JJ, BG, CV, GT, JK, LB, RC, BL, two DT's, DD, HQ, LD, BDL, R36, and ETSA. I know I left some of them out, too. I need to go lie down.
Charlie the human "aah-screw-it" cigar Villanueva
Very nice. I admit I get a sick pleasure from watching him "run" up and down the court. When he gets burned a few times in a row and slouches his shoulders and drops his head before heading upcourt it is like the cherry on top.
What's the plural form of albatross? Whatever it is that is what we should call CG and Gordon.
Maybe Sir Charlie since he might have tied Chuck in the race against Bavetta.
That sounds a little too positive for them. I vote for alatrosses as in, 'The albatrosses are checking together to start the 2 quarter, let's keep an eye on Joe's neck.'
Thanks, coynejeremy. I was not that sad. I have already got used to it. Two years ago I took it for granted that we beat the opponents, now I just feel lucky if we win a game. I'll need a cup of hot chocolate only when we are beaten by Nets :-P Anyway, we won't get worse next reason, right?
I don't like the strategy of collapsing on Lebron and letting the Cavs get open J's the whole game. You gotta make Lebron exert some energy in a game when you know he'd rather just take er easy. What's he going to do, score 25 points in a row with most of them dunks and layups?
My other was Mr. Suitcase.
There's almost nowhere to go but up, right?
Where in China are you from?
Hope so ;-)
I'm from Guangdong Province, near Hongkong.
Nice. I lived in Zhongshan with my wife for a few months in 2006 teaching English. It was amazing, we'd love to go back and live in China sometime.
Where I live is not far from Zhongshan. So can you speak Cantonese?
There used to be a good place to live in but now not, I think.
I don't speak it. I learned a little Mandarin but I've forgotten it all, my wife speaks it better than me. One of my goals is to learn to read and speak better.
So what city do you live in? What makes you say that it's not a good place to live anymore?
It's difficult to learn Cantonese, its pronunciation is more complex than Mandarin, but it sounds better too.
I live in Zhanjiang, a small seashore city. In big cities like Guangzhou, Shanghai and Beijing, house prices are rocketing up, so is it in Zhongshan. High house price, heavy traffic, terrible environment, these make this city not good to live in anymore.
If you were going to force a language on your offspring in America, would you suggest Mandarin?
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