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  • Dude you know how long my family members in Pak have been asking me to download skype or MSN? Ages! I just don't have the energy for it my man. You have to understand, I'm a 54 year old trapped in the body of a 34 year old. :p
    My degree's going well. In my final semester now, wish I could stay in Uni forever tbh :P

    Lost my avatar to PheonixFire during India's tour to Australia in 2008. It's gone forever, he has full control over it.
    I hope you realise I'm not being serious. This is for the benefit of England and Indian supporters :)
    Khair Mubarak! And I'll definitely plead guilty to the pessimist label. I didn't think there was a chance in hell we would win this series. Kudos to you for having the faith! :-)
    If this was Younis and Misbah, I would have more hope. Credit to them though for playing more sensibly than the pair I prefer. We need to put up at least 150 more runs on the board. Considering our loooong tail, that doesn't seem likely to happen but we shall see. At least the weekend is here, which means I will get to watch the rest of the match!
    I work at a software company as a Business Analyst. Typically, I have a 8-5 schedule and sometimes I have to go earlier due to conference calls with East Coast based clients (who are an hour ahead). That's why it's really difficult to stay up and watch the matches that start at my midnight.
    Haha, if only! The Australian time zone is perfect for me btw. The match starts just as I'm getting off from work and ends before bed time. I've watched more of the Ind/Aus series than the Pak/Eng series. :-(
    I think it's setup to be an exciting match. Most of day 2, I expected England will run away with it but obviously the final sessions have brought us back into it. It's still advantage England though, their tail can wag, unlike ours.

    I don't know how long I'd be able to stay up and watch today. I'm feeling like a zombie right now with lack of sleep. The problem is I have early morning meetings that I can't skip so this time zone difference is killing me! :-(
    I dunno, all the great wins we've had in the last few years have seldom involved a 4th innings chase, can't actually remember the last one.

    With that in mind, above 150 and I feel queasy. Definitely think we could get a decent lead though; Bell just needs to knuckle down, Prior can do the goods and Broad, Swann and Jimmy showed that they can score against your bowlers.
    I can sort of understand what you mean about having a different perspective on it while you were younger. Again, I'm sorry you have to deal with this as part of your life. I hope there comes a time when perhaps some type of a medical breakthrough allows you to not need blood transfusions and all the doctor's visits. Keep your chin up though. My best regards to you.
    Hey man, read up on Beta Thalassemia Major. Sorry that you have to deal with that. I hope it doesn’t affect your day-to-day life too much. From what I read though, it should have no impact on your job at all. Therefore I’d be outraged if you were somehow denied a job based on this. Best of luck to you and keep me posted on how things go.
    Hmm, wasn't aware you had a blood condition. I hope it's not serious and yeah I would expect that you wouldn't be discriminated based on an illness. Hope it all works out for you without any issues mate.
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