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    I would basically rate him as a great player (the criticisms levelled at him are fair, but his home record is outstanding, plus it's not like his away record (including 'neutral' just to be clear) is horrible, just a bit meh) whose career is an ATG one by virtue of this plus his incredible longevity.
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    Anderson
    Alderman
    Bedser

    Three quicks who were godlike in England and very ordinary abroad (by comparison).

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    tbqh Jimmy's best moment as an athlete
    cricket rules brah

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    look at those bloody crow's feet. needs to call up shane warne's cosmetic dr


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    Howís the concentration over-bite there? Could chew an apple through a tennis racquet. Have never noticed that when he bowls (probably because he looks at the ground near his feet).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Burgey View Post
    At the end of the day itís a stupid sensitivity tbh. This is the country whose fans chant about world wars. Fmd there were dingo jokes within a week of Azaria chamberlain being taken. You wouldn't GAF id it was a joke about Somalians starving would you?

    Good on you for voting labour btw. Sensible choice.
    Itís not a stupid sensitivity at all. I get the coronavirus has barely done anything in Australia but over here itís caused such pain and hardship on families, people arenít even able to see their family members when they die. Itís absolutely terrible. I get Flem wasnít trying to be nasty or anything, but imagine seeing a comment like that when theyíve just lost a close family member or friend. Far too soon. Also, blaming the number of deaths on the people who voted conservative in the last generally election is staggeringly moronic, people had no idea this virus was coming in December, donít even go there. I donít condone the behaviour of a minority who sing songs about world wars or joke about missing babies, because thatís ******. I actually would GAF if someone made a joke about starving somalians, and I hope others would too, would you not GAF?
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    discobvered on the morrow bjut8 it dont loojk gopopd
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    Yeah I tend to agree, it makes little sense to say you deserve it to people from a community that is currently suffering, simply because some of them were successfully duped.

    Nothing to be terribly outraged over but my personal opinion is that it isn't a nice thing to say. Same goes with what Flem said.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Burgey View Post
    Still, you'll always have Rorke's Drift I suppose.
    I love the film, but I reckon most English people wouldn't have a clue what that was. They only borderline know that Trafalgar was.
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    How soon we forget too when Australia was on fire earlier this year the love and support that came from the Motherland.

    Jeremy Clarkson made some appalling comments (presumably in an attempt at humour) and he was quite rightly criticised from all quarters for them.

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    Thing is, Australians, Kiwis, Chinese or Hong Kongians really can't joke about covid without it being in poor taste (at best). If someone from the UK who had lost their parents started joking about covid, that would be fine because they're doing it to in part cope with the situation.

    Context is everything with this kind of thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stephen View Post
    Anderson
    Alderman
    Bedser

    Three quicks who were godlike in England and very ordinary abroad (by comparison).
    Alderman was godlike in England and ordinary abroad? Super.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lillian Thomson View Post
    Alderman was godlike in England and ordinary abroad? Super.
    Averaged 19 in England, 29 in Australia and far higher than that elsewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stephen View Post
    Averaged 19 in England, 29 in Australia and far higher than that elsewhere.
    So when Alderman was bowling in England you don't consider he was abroad?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lillian Thomson View Post
    So when Alderman was bowling in England you don't consider he was abroad?
    Oh right. Poor choice of words perhaps, but "abroad" was relative to England, not their own country.

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    better than bowling abreast
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    He batted on and on, and didn't look like getting out. Finally he tonned up. The crowd gave him a standing ovation as we often do at the basin for good innings (I didn't rise for Don Voges nor did the people around me)
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