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Thread: Senior Men's Free Skate

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    Senior Men's Free Skate

    Warm-Up Group 1 is on the ice, I'll be doing LIVE play-by-play here http://backstagebarbie.blogspot.com/...nships_29.html

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    Lol looks like we posted at the same time (moderators please delete my other thread, thanks!).

    ps: you're doing a Great Job with your live PBP, Backstage Barbie, per usual, now where's your rival icemusings. Lol, j/k.

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    Allright they're playing the Rolling Stones "Paint it Black", what a way to wake everybody up!

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    Geeze, can anything else can more depressing, skating to "Funeral for a Friend" by Elton John all in black. :( Seriously, what a bad choice of music, ugh. And too bad about Alexander Aiken's opening popped 3A attempt. This is just not my cup of tea so not paying attention, sorry.

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    Where's Johnny Weir? I thought he was going to be commentating...maybe just the top groups?

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    Well I for one am glad that it's back to the status quo, especially for so early in the morning, there should only be one color commentator (too much is too much like Scott & Sandra Bezic last night on NBC). But I give credit to Johnny's first time on air commentating with Tonia, by the end of the night I was loving it and seriously see Johnny taking over where Mr. Dick Button left off (ah, a whole generation gone with the departure of Mr. Button, it was great while it lasted!).

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    How many spots do the men have for World's this year? Did we lose a spot last year?

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    Great program by Daniel Raad! And he really does look like a GLADIATOR! Perfect figure for this program; btw I noted that the other night as well, lol. *blush*

    And his 3A was HUGE, too bad about the doubled planned quad, but great jumps, little stiff with the arms, but what a man.

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    I'm here in time to see Richard Dornbush whee!! My live play by play and analysis: http://icemusings.blogspot.com/2012/...ree-skate.html.

    We did lose a spot, so we're down to two this year...

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    lol where have you been living, under a rock. 2 spots only, alas. :( just like the ladies. :(

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    I like Daniel Raad. He's kind of fascinating to watch. He doesn't at all move like a figure skater. It's like watching a movie with a construction worker who tried to skate on a dare and discovered he had a talent for it.

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    I thought I remembered only two spots, and I'm sure they'll say it/have said it a million times in the broadcast, but alas, my kids & husband trashed the house this week while I was watching skating constantly and I've been trying to clean between skaters! :(

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nadine View Post
    Lol looks like we posted at the same time (moderators please delete my other thread, thanks!).

    ps: you're doing a Great Job with your live PBP, Backstage Barbie, per usual, now where's your rival icemusings. Lol, j/k.
    Haha thankfully icemusings is one of my best friends (in really life) so we enjoy doing play-by-play together

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    Excellent program from Richard Dornbush; give him huge props for the going for the quad (looks like he got full revolutions before falling) and his 3axels are beauts!

    ps: SLouise, au contraire, where you say "construction worker", I say GLADIATOR!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nadine View Post
    Excellent program from Richard Dornbush; give him huge props for the going for the quad (looks like he got full revolutions before falling) and his 3axels are beauts!

    ps: SLouise, au contraire, where you say "construction worker", I say GLADIATOR!
    LOL - I guess a movie could be made where gladiators had access to an ice rink.

    Richard is so entertaining. Nice to see him have a fairly good skate.

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