Rodion wrote:Chariot of Fire wrote:no luck in swimming
I think many swimmers got lucky when Alexander Popov got stabbed. :lol:
Commander9 wrote:Tammy DeLee wrote:I have the utmost respect for anyone that is bilingual, an accomplishment that I can only dream about. Especially if their second language is english, the EASIEST language to master of all! (as I reckon dan has demonstrated above)
Sorry, couldn't resist!
Fixed. I can't imagine how can anyone say that it's a hard language - it was much, much easier than Lithuanian or Russian.
Rodion wrote:So, there's no luck in football?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JNUkUCkn ... re=related
Come to think of it, you must be right. All-pro cornerbacks miss interceptions like that all the time. I'm also pretty sure Tyree had been practicing that helmet grab for months!
Commander62890 wrote:Ljex, I disagree - I think the Patriots were a better team that year. The better team lost, and the Giants were Champions.
Think about it this way - if the Pats played the Giants 5 times, they'd probably win 4 of those games. The Pats were ridiculous that year. The only chance the Giants had was to play amazing AND get lucky, which they did.
I think there is a lot of luck in any sport.
Commander62890 wrote:@ CoF and Dako:
I do not know a lot about swimming and running, so help me out:
Do runners and swimmers get the exact same time every time they compete?
If not, what accounts for that discrepancy?
You don't think a swimmer or runner can have a "bad day," where they finish 0.1 seconds higher than their average time?
ljex wrote:what random variables are there in football?
ljex wrote:They can claim my own biased for them as a clan all they want as the reason why I say this but if they could provide any actual reason for why they are number 3 i would be surprised.
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