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    where is richards?

    richards seems to be missing over the last 2 weeks and i am worried

    where is he? he use to reply to my every post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SaeedAnwar View Post
    where is he? he use to reply to my every post.


    Edit: He was serving a ban. Don't know why he hasn't resumed posting.
    Last edited by Fusion; 09-04-2010 at 02:43 PM.

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    Actually picked lucky in the time for a 7-dayer - I had barely a spare minute over the bank holiday weekend, so wouldn't have posted was I allowed to or not, and haven't had many in the last few days either. Rest assured, normal service will resume, but I wouldn't want to put a definite date (or time) on when it will.
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    ^ Richard your'e back!

    give me a hug
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    saeed is right richard is a legend there are probably millions of cricket fans all over the world who check cricketweb just to see what richards has to say

    the man is an cw institution and he should be cherished by all
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    Yup he is only 22 or 23. I wonder where does his knowledge of the games comes from? is he related to some cricketer?

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    dingdong has found his e-soulmate. Best of wishes guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SaeedAnwar View Post
    Yup he is only 22 or 23. I wonder where does his knowledge of the games comes from? is he related to some cricketer?
    HIs knowledge of stats and players and events comes from watching the matches, reading up on the history of the game and having an above average memory span.
    His "knowledge" of the finer points of the game comes from Colonel Cruickshank's Very Big Book of Cricketing Cranks.

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    lol... I thought we were talking about Barry or Sir Viv, tbh..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lillian Thomson View Post
    HIs knowledge of stats and players and events comes from watching the matches, reading up on the history of the game and having an above average memory span.
    His "knowledge" of the finer points of the game comes from Colonel Cruickshank's Very Big Book of Cricketing Cranks.
    80,000 posts is no joke lilian ok. he must be the most prolific writer on cricket of all time. most of his posts are about 75 words at least so he must have written close to 80000x75=6 million (approx) words on cricket. i don't a single writer, journalist, blogger who's written as many.


    richard is obviously the most prolific cricket writer in the history of man kind.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DingDong View Post
    80,000 posts is no joke lilian ok. he must be the most prolific writer on cricket of all time. most of his posts are about 75 words at least so he must have written close to 80000x75=6 million (approx) words on cricket. i don't a single writer, journalist, blogger who's written as many.


    richard is obviously the most prolific cricket writer in the history of man kind.
    Testify!

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