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I Admire & Like Men Who Can Cry In Public — Especially U.S. Presidents (Like Joe Biden).

by Anura Guruge


YouTube Video.
There are plenty more.


To I, it is definitely NOT a sign of weakness. It is a good, positive sign of: strength, self-confidence, empathy with others & healthy emotions.

I cry. I cry openly. I cry watching movies. I cry every time I see Obama being elected. I cried when Joe got his ‘Medal of Freedom‘ from Obama.

Have you ever seen bloody Trump cry? QED! Proves my point.

I have a feeling that I will be crying a LOT tomorrow — ALL tears of joy & relief.

This is so good. So good. So healthy. So refreshing.

ENJOY.


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by Anura Guruge


 

South Africa’s Aiden Markram Must Break The Bad Habit Of Getting Out In The 90s!

by Anura Guruge



He got out, AGAIN, in the 90s — 94 to be precise — in the 2nd Test against India.

5th Test match and he has been out in the 90s TWICE. That has to be a record.

He has also scored 2 centuries already and set a record doing that — 1st South African to score two centuries in his first three Tests.

He passed 500 Test runs during this innings of 94. 5th Test match — 500 runs (and he has another Innings). That is impressive.

He is an attractive and talented player. I spotted that the first time I saw.

Yes, I cried when he missed his first century — on debut.

Today was different. This was his fault. Slightly loose shot.

Aaaahhhh!

His parents were crushed. They zoomed in on them — multiple times. Father looks NOTHING like him. Wow. The difference.


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I Cried When South African Aiden Markram Got Run-Out On 97 Missing His ‘Hundred On Debut’!

by Anura Guruge


From ‘cricinfo.com’ at espncricinfo.com/southafrica/content/player/600498.html. Click to ENLARGE and study here.


Click to ENLARGE. From cricinfo.com, of course.


90s on Debut — from cricinfo.com.

Note my all-time favorite, Gordon Greenidge, after whom my son is named,
got 93 in the FIRST innings.


Gordon Greenidge, to his credit scored 103 in the SECOND innings,
as such still qualifying for ‘Hundred on Debut’.

Click to ENLARGE. Also from cricinfo.com.


What a crying shame and it did make me cry.

I had only seen Aiden Markram once and I had already (i.e., last night) sung his praises — in print.

‘Hundred on Debut’ is quite a landmark and you only get TWO chances, ever, to do it — your 1st innings and the 2nd (if you get one).

As you can see MY MAN Gordon did succeed in the second innings — and in the process scored exactly 200 runs in the match.

There is a chance that Aiden Markram, even IF he gets a 2nd innings, might not have enough time to compile a hundred. It will take quite a bit of work on the part of Bangladesh even to get South Africa to bat again!

I still can’t make up my mind as to who was at fault. Markram was a long way up the pitch.

Such a shame. He took it well. Very mature. I am impressed. This boy is going to go far.

That Dean Elgar THEN managed to get out on 199 is pretty ironic. Do not feel too bad for him. 199 is, by any means, quite an INNINGS.


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by Anura Guruge