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Binned off now!!!
after this match
I've ever heard.
Please all get out of here
They are getting annoying
stop getting precious about threads
It's very annoying, when you've gone to the effort of putting together a dedicated thread for a sporting event, and it's conveniently ignored when someone has an opinion they want to share.
to start that thread?
I'm sure the non-Stuart Binny business will still be discussed in that thread. and heck, we used to have daily threads during test matches. gosh those were such good days.
as you put it, was very much being 'discussed' in the Stuart Binny thread. Which is precisely why I had to step in.
I accept Stuart Binny as my true lord and saviour and as such find him to be omnipresent
has nothing to do with Stuart Binny. Apart from when he was out. But it was clearly a wider comment on the game. I don't care about your religious beliefs. I care about properly ordered threads we can all enjoy without getting confused.
so started this upstart instead.
I blame you
I found it within 80 seconds or so. Could you really not have done the same?
I really appreciate it.
when he waled out onto the ground and noticed numerous pitches
great starting point
we'd like some tea now please
this 10th wicket partnership or the discussion about discussion ownership.
but please remember this isn't a discussion I wanted to have. I've been pulled into this battle.
at Trent Bridge is on its second day.
That lo Stuart did take to the crease but was merciful in his judgement. "He hath made one!" gasped the englanders and a perfect whole it was, before Binny respectfully took his leave.
Hope he doesn't google his name
is he known for googling his name?
"That Stuart Finnie, that Stuart Finnie. Always altavistaing his name he is (as was the sty-ul that year). It's the thing he does".
I'll just go and post this in those too.
Don't think Cook can handle the pressure of having to stay in for a bit, hope he does though obviously. We shall see..
We'll all look back and feel thankful that we saw Stuart Binny's only test match