BARATH IS A JEHOVAH WITNESS, HE HAS NO

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link allan Joined: Feb 9, 2003
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1/4/17 3:27:58 PM 
INTEREST IN PROFESSIONAL SPORTS ANY MORE.. SO FORGET IT

link Acid Joined: Nov 4, 2009
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1/4/17 3:52:40 PM 
In reply to allan

What is the correlation between your title and post?

link silver Joined: Dec 6, 2011
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1/4/17 4:30:57 PM 
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God bless your wife/husband

link navindesigns Joined: Mar 21, 2005
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1/4/17 4:40:10 PM 

link natty_forever Joined: Apr 28, 2003
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1/4/17 5:12:47 PM 
That is to say JW's don't play sport. I do not think so.

link analyst-kid Joined: Feb 22, 2003
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1/4/17 6:34:40 PM 
In reply to natty_forever

I've been worshipping with the JW for 2 years now and doing Bible study for years....this is not true of the JW.

link analyst-kid Joined: Feb 22, 2003
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1/4/17 6:35:27 PM 
In reply to natty_forever

Venus Williams is JW...so was Prince...I ain sure bout Serena.

link mittheimp Joined: Dec 19, 2003
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1/4/17 7:47:09 PM 
i think they dont do sport on Sunday.

Bahrat was a great prospect and a sad waste of talent... maybe religion helps him cope with this.

link openning Joined: Nov 13, 2002
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1/4/17 8:07:33 PM 
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As a youngster I played with a guy called Cleveland Codrington, he joined Yorkshire after leaving St. George, he was a terror, in the Intermediate division.
Most of expected him to join Empire, he became a christian and quit playing cricket.
Many of us at the time believe he was much better than David Holdford
A number that were not High school produced some good local players, West St. Joseph, Parkinson, St.George and St. Leonard
The best youngster I played with, was Vincent Straker.

link natty_forever Joined: Apr 28, 2003
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1/5/17 7:24:04 AM 
In reply to mittheimp... guess there is no JW in the NFL?

link grugru Joined: Sep 30, 2013
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1/5/17 9:04:48 AM 
someones religion should not be a thread title or even the subject of discussion in this forum. shame on you OP

link djdrastic Joined: Dec 10, 2013
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1/5/17 9:12:52 AM 
What happened to his Range Rovers ?

link natty_forever Joined: Apr 28, 2003
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1/5/17 9:16:13 AM 
In reply to grugru... depends, as long as it does not end up in the gutter.

link SnoopDog Joined: Jan 24, 2004
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1/5/17 10:34:54 AM 
In reply to djdrastic

What happened to his Range Rovers ?


Jesus took the wheel. lol

link CricketLuva4 Joined: Mar 9, 2008
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1/5/17 11:03:51 AM 
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lol lol lol

link djdrastic Joined: Dec 10, 2013
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1/5/17 11:06:51 AM 
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Hahahahaha

A real waste of talent.I remember Alan Donald really rated this guy when he was involved with the IPL.

Good luck to him dipping people's heads in water I guess.

link black Joined: Feb 28, 2004
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1/5/17 11:10:12 AM 
In reply to analyst-kid

I've been worshipping with the JW for 2 years now and doing Bible study for years....this is not true of the JW.


Send me ah watchtower nuh.

link SnoopDog Joined: Jan 24, 2004
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1/5/17 11:18:20 AM 
In reply to djdrastic

A lot people rated him. Scored a quality century in Aus.

But that's what religion does to a person. It fcuks with your head and eventually takes over your life. Sad.

link spider Joined: Jul 11, 2003
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1/5/17 3:32:20 PM 
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The century in Australia was a good attacking innings that surprised many people. However, it seemed like he flung his bat hard at deliveries outside off. He was in great form and connected with every shot that day but was bound to get into trouble at some point. Don't think he exhibited enough control and I saw him go hard at the ball outside off even in England. He certainly had talent though and was highly rated by people who should know. Not sure he was thoughtful enough about his batting or had enough restraint.

link SnoopDog Joined: Jan 24, 2004
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1/5/17 3:56:14 PM 
In reply to spider

Those are very good and accurate observations re: his technique.

He no doubt had the natural talent but as you pointed out it is how he would have handled a period of bad form when it eventually came around. I believe he would have had the mental fortitude to work things out and get back into the fold.

But sadly, another talent in the region goes to waste.

link analyst-kid Joined: Feb 22, 2003
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1/5/17 6:39:49 PM 
In reply to black

You could very well be joking but you should know there is a website where you can read the Watchtower and ALL their publications present and past.


www.jw.org

link SnoopDog Joined: Jan 24, 2004
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1/6/17 10:29:51 AM 
www.jw.org


It's just like a porn site. Leave your brain at the door before you hit enter.

link Walco Joined: Jun 22, 2008
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1/6/17 11:33:16 AM 
In reply to analyst-kid

I have an uncle who married a JW and converted before doing so. A few years back his mother (my grandmother) died and I later learned that he stood outside the church during the entire funeral service because JWs are prohibited from entering other churches.

I have no time for any religion or denomination that would prohibit me from entering any church to attend my mother's funeral. Foolishness dat.

link analyst-kid Joined: Feb 22, 2003
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1/6/17 9:07:50 PM 
In reply to Walco

Again I have no proof of JWs being prohibited from entering other churches. I myself have gone to funerals adminstered by other denominations and seen JWs there albeit in the background.

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