Monday, February 11, 2008

It's what I tell people my starsign is as well.....


At 10:02 AM, Blogger Sarah O. said...

1. GAD! That Rubik's dude is SICK!

2. Please keep the Commonwealth Bank adverts coming.

3. Although I now have a greater appreciation for Cricket batting, I don't get the other 99% of the game. Does anybody? Or is it all about taking a week off per match?

At 7:02 AM, Blogger wysiwyg said...

1) I agree, but am amazed by a brain that is capable of it.

2) As they create new ones, I'll send them

3) Well, there are quite a number of cricket fanatics in the world, India in particular.

While being no cricket fanatic, I do find on occasion that it presents a soothing and relaxing, perhaps even dulling pastime. Like on a hot day, in front of a fan, after a big lunch. With a beer.

It quite a skilled game with lots of subtle tactics in terms of how they bowl, the positioning of fielders etc.

Much more fun to watch, though, is the one day cricket where there are limited overs - batters tend to try and hit shots they wouldn't in a test series, with the result there is much more action. Comparatively.

In the end most people would not take a week off to watch a match. Some do though, the ones that would travel hundreds or even thousands of miles to be actually at the grounds.


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