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    Twinty twonty match winning bowling

    This is a story about an amazing bowling performance in twinty twanty.

    The lights are on and the crowd spread deep into the endless void beyond the playing ring. Ed the bowler walks up treading on his nerves sweating dew ready to change the match (world). It has been a difficult time for ed as he comprehension of this format is still not in its mature stage

    Nightmare ***Flashback*


    "hey kiddlin uz could be a the bestest bowler ever in the world, remeber to always that seven an over is a respectable path to greatnesss" says some coach/ frog to Ed when we was young

    Presents


    "I must trancend the tide", says Ed to himself, "if i could only trancend my foolish notions of how.... of how bowlers were supposed to get batsmen out and how......... seven an over is merely a controlled flogging scenario"

    The boundaries seem to shrink as he goes to bowl his first ball (this could be because they are shrinking as the cheer leadrs bootish-tush the ropes in) and he flights it up high, the batman hoiks the ball like missile into the sky and he is out! This turns out to be a dream day for Ed, 3 wickets for 30 runs, one hoiked as we saw, the other scythed and the other mowed to the boundary. Ed's team mates carry him on their shoulders, the mercurial bowlers of the past are dead, gone are edges, lbw, deception and turn; the true bowlers hope for the batter to no wack it to kolkatta!

    Oh behold Ed you are the king of all bowling.

    As ed looks to the sky he whispers to himself, "i love you, twenty twinty"
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    does not one who loves life love twenty twenty too?


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    I certainly love life and I certainly do not like Twenty20 at all TBH.

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    Ramiz Rajah is following the same path as tony blairs government were supposed to (and has perhaps done a better job at achieving such an ideological goal) as he is whiter than white.

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    let us be franker than frank, franker than frank

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    Ah image referencing now? what happens if the image ceases to reference anything?

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    Then you get a X in a white box.

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    Richard when did it dawn on thee that you were a technological masterpiece? Gene splicer w/ coke anyone? shaken but not stirred

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    Quote Originally Posted by boris_denominat View Post
    Richard when did it dawn on thee that you were a technological masterpiece?
    At the age of 6 years, 3 months, 1 week and 5 days.
    Gene splicer w/ coke anyone? shaken but not stirred
    Coke and coce are both bad!

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