07-11-2012, 09:41 PM
We hope you will explain. This sounds intriguing!
Originally Posted by deedee1
I'm curious: Is a governor the chief official of a city in Japan? I ask because over here, we have mayors for most cities (some cities have what's called a city manager instead of a mayor) and governors for our states. I'm always fascinated by how other countries set up their government system.
07-11-2012, 10:18 PM
07-12-2012, 01:04 AM
SkateFiguring took the violet pill
Time to decode Patrick's messages via his show programs.
Nessun Dorma - Chosen for him for his classical skating style.
Yesterday - A wistful reminiscence about Mr. Colson who had passed.
Time To Say Goodbye - Acceptance and goodbye to Mr. Colson.
Viva la Vida - An impromptu choreography by Kurt Browning, foreseeing the day when he would rule the world and his head would be demanded on the silver platter.
Yesterday - He retrieved this program to commemorate Mr. Colson on the special occasion of the Olympics. Fabulous one foot skating of figures taught by the late coach.
Don't Worry Be Happy - Reassuring his fans as he debuted the quads, getting a normal two years worth of quad related falls over with in two competitions. Indeed there has been much to be happy about since.
Moondance - A transition to adulthood, goofing about love as he couldn't yet do a romantic number straight.
Mannish Boy - Coming of age as he celebrated his 21st birthday.
Elegie - A tribute to Mr. Colson as he successfully defended his World Champion title on the late coach's birthday.
'Til Kingdom Come - Telling us how long to wait for the announcement of his new coach.
Last edited by Violet Bliss; 07-12-2012 at 01:21 AM.
07-12-2012, 06:30 AM
Tripping on the Podium