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Thread: Senior Men's Short Program, Fri. 1/27 at 10 pm EST

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    Nice solid clean performance by Jonathan Cassar, but isn't this the same one he skated to last year? I recognize the identical clothing.

    ps: Johnny, I beg to differ, they're "men", not boys. J/K.

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    Someone must have told Johnny to stop with the hair comments. He said nothing about Jonathans hair which is fantastic hair!

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    really happy that Ross did well. he's handled being a nationals medalist well this year.
    that being said, i didn't become a fan until his second GP in the fall. there was just a moment when i was watching a YT of his SP...the lightbulb just went on and i thought "OMG...this boy can SKATE." i think last year b/c he came out of nowhere so i didn't know what to make of him...this season i've learned to really appreciate all he brings to the ice. his style and flow on the ice is incredible.

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    I absolutely LOVE Johnny's commentary! he needs to do it more often!

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    It's funny to see Cassar with Frank C., knowing that he's a coach himself!

    That was a nice skate. Unbelievable inside SE. He has great line, and I love watching him do FW. He's beautifully trained even if he doesn't have the big jumps. Into 3rd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arianne View Post
    Jon was fabulous as usual!
    great skate for him; lovely performance!

    PS...ok, so, I'm still loving the content of Weir's comments and would love him to just be a commentator; but, he does need to talk a little less during the program (maybe just call elements)/.

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    Ahh, the whole time I kept imagining Zhenya skating to this, nirvana. This is Zhenya's music, he owns it.

    Still, Wesly Campbell has nice long lines and the headless scratch spin there at the end was nice.

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    I love Johnny's commentary, too. I think if he could tone it down a little bit, he could make a career of it!

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    Btw, I've always been okay with Tonya Kwiatkowski commenting, but now I'm loving her. Number one reason is she's humble enough to know that too much talking is going on, therefore she's being the bigger person and taking a backseat to Johnny. For this she has my respect.

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    I give a high five to this Daniel Road for coming out there and skating to "Led Zeppelin", for this alone I take my hat off to him, what a man! Shake up the crowd, which is huge, and lay it down.

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    as to the rest, it's obvious even to a layman or an ignoramus. I'm just glad to hear something different.

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    Need opinions...I am a 2.5 hour drive from San Jose. Is it worth it to see the skating in person if I have to sit up in the rafters? I am not a skater, but long-time fan & avid follower of the GP on IceNetwork & before. I am kind of enjoying getting commentary & am debating whether I would enjoy not being able to see the skater so close as we get to on TV and without being able to read the forum & hear commentary.

    What do you all recommend??
    Last edited by jazzee4; 01-27-2012 at 11:23 PM.

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    Break, then comes MAX!!!!!!!!!!!

    PLEASE, MAX, LAY IT DOWN AND ROCK THE HOUSE. I'M COUNTING ON YOU & HAVE MY FINGERS CROSSED FOR YOUR SENIOR DEBUT (make it happen like Agnes did last night; wishing with all my heart & soul, please)....please....please....

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    Quote Originally Posted by jazzee4 View Post
    Need opinions...I am a 2.5 hour drive from San Jose. Is it worth it to see the skating in person if I have to sit up in the rafters? I am not a skater, but long-time fan & avid followed of the GP on IceNetwork & before. I am kind of enjoying getting commentary & am debating whether I would enjoy not being able to see the skater so close as we get to on TV and without being able to read the forum & hear commentary.

    What do you all recommend??

    Imho, no, unless and only if you have front row seats. I'm going by my own experience, but good luck!

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    I sat in the rafters and had a blast one year. Nothing beats being in the building.

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