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    Quote Originally Posted by IndianByHeart
    Head: Dravid & McGrath

    Hearthoni and Munaf.
    That's not fair.
    D for Dravid, yet for honi.

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    Mate this "D Factor" is very important for India's chances.If both D's do well in their respective roles, then i reckon India would do well, and may infact even win the cup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adharcric
    That's not fair.
    D for Dravid, yet for honi.
    That's because he remembered the space for Dravid but forgot it for Dhoni.
    Otherwise it'd have been ravid and honi.
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    Quote Originally Posted by adharcric
    That's not fair.
    D for Dravid, yet for honi.
    It's about colons and spaces - or rather......

    Nature being what it is, there are a lot of spaces that exist in the wild, perfectly naturally. These could be things as complex as valleys formed by glaciation, or the space between Richard's ears where cricket knowledge would reside if it wasn't for nonsense like first-chance averages and Stuart MacGill.

    Many of these natural spaces are formed by water over millions of years - liquid or frozen - but of late man has intervened and speeded up the process.

    See what you can do harnessing the power of water by damming - you can use it to drive turbines (water occupies the spaces on one side of a rotor, causing it to spin, rotating a coil inside enormous magnets - or is it the other way around?) and generate electricity.

    The water after it has passed through the turbines can then be used to water crops in fields (another form of space - often dry). You see where this is leading?

    .....colons and watering dry empty spaces.

    The poster is obviously alluding to honi being a fan of colonic irrigation.

    /aren't we all?
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    Quote Originally Posted by luckyeddie
    It's about colons and spaces - or rather......

    Nature being what it is, there are a lot of spaces that exist in the wild, perfectly naturally. These could be things as complex as valleys formed by glaciation, or the space between Richard's ears where cricket knowledge would reside if it wasn't for nonsense like first-chance averages and Stuart MacGill.

    Many of these natural spaces are formed by water over millions of years - liquid or frozen - but of late man has intervened and speeded up the process.

    See what you can do harnessing the power of water by damming - you can use it to drive turbines (water occupies the spaces on one side of a rotor, causing it to spin, rotating a coil inside enormous magnets - or is it the other way around?) and generate electricity.

    The water after it has passed through the turbines can then be used to water crops in fields (another form of space - often dry). You see where this is leading?

    .....colons and watering dry empty spaces.

    The poster is obviously alluding to honi being a fan of colonic irrigation.

    /aren't we all?
    Spot on. Absolutely beautiful. Great minds think alike.

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    Anyone think that Gillespie will get most runs and wickets?
    We will NEVER forgive "Umpire" Ian Robinson

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    He might not even get the opportunity.

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    Indeed, his ING 2005\06 was far from impressive... a bit disappointing, really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sirjeremy11
    Anyone think that Gillespie will get most runs and wickets?
    You did realise I was taking the ****?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sirjeremy11
    You did realise I was taking the ****?
    Sometimes it's difficult to tell.


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    Quote Originally Posted by luckyeddie
    Sometimes it's difficult to tell.

    Yeah, but only sometimes.

    Did want to see if I could get any bites off that one though

    Would of been funny if someone said "Yes"

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeraintIsMyHero
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    Stumpings!!!!

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