Um....yay? I'm sorry, but this is completely confusing to me.
Sometimes I ask myself why I watch WWE after all the crap it's given me. HLA, necro, HHH, and so on. And then it hits me. That one simple phrase that can be modified and used for anything that gets you down, yet makes you keep coming back.
Every episode has the potential to be the best one ever, and I'll be damned if I'm going to miss it after sitting through this shit.
I'll presume this is the equivalent of, say, hitting five homers in one game.
"When this bogus term alternative rock was being thrown at every '70s retro rehash folk group, we were challenging people to new sonic ideas. If some little snotty anarchist with an Apple Mac and an attitude thinks he invented dance music and the big rock group is coming into his territory, [that's] ridiculous." - Bono, 1997
I actually played cricket for the first time this summer (after watching it for years) and LOVED it. Lots of fun, good people, and I got to use some of my old centerfield skills for the first time in a while...
Originally posted by JayJayDeanI'd actually say that upon looking at the progression of the record it's more like Jamal Lewis' 295-yard rushing day. The old record of 375 was set in 1994, so it wasn't that old of a record.
That's a pretty good analogy JJ, at least in terms of progression. The previous record broke a 35 year old record though. The concentration required is immense. He faced 437 balls for 380 runs. Normally a good test batsman will score at about 1 run every 2 balls. Even Hayden's first hundred runs came off 212 balls, so the next 280 came off 225. That's some phenomenal batting. His 11 sixes, where the ball clears the fence, were an Australian record for a single innings, beating the old record of 8. Its also, obviously, the highest Australian score, beating a record that was equaled 5 years ago, but that had stood since 1930.
...like that first time you dryhumped your high school girlfriend- sweaty, repulsive, messy. -DEAN~!
The Gingerbread Man is proof that you can have lots of talent in one place (Altman, Branaugh, Robert Duvall) and still produce a bad movie. Of course, with John Grisham involved, it really wasn't much of a surprise.