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    Quote Originally Posted by Blades of Passion View Post
    DORNBUSH and BROWN are the top 2!!! YESSSS!!!!!!!! I am willing this into existence!
    Hopefully with Abbott, Farris, and Aaron left to go among the major contenders, they can remain that way.

    And that no one self destructs in the FS.

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    oh gosh, i just can't watch. Jeremmmyyyyy please do it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chemistry66 View Post
    It's 6.48 points less than Patrick Chan's current PB SP score.

    Someone who knows more about the scoring intricacies want to explain how much of Dornbush's score they think is legitimate and what may be inflation if any?
    Well, Richard and Patrick are light years apart in skills. That's why I was saying Richard's score was a monster. His skating isn't up to that level, yet. Well, it is now, but there must be some major inflation. Imagine if Max or Jeremy skate cleanly.

    And of course Adam blows it. It's so much better in the comfort of my home than in freezing cold Boston to see Adam blow his chances. Oh well, I love to watch him.

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    Dornbush is not consistent at all and could be going to the Olympics

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    Quote Originally Posted by lavender View Post
    Dornbush is not consistent all could going the Olympics
    And he's skating to a very unmemorable and boring Beatles muzak tour-de-force.

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    So happy for jeremy

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    So nervous for jeremy!!

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    oohhh jeremy. Thank you. don't like the music at all. Not really a up to it olympic program.

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    Lighting a candle for Jeremy.

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    Jeremy was fantastic. 4T/3T, 3Lz, 3A. Note perfect footwork sequence. Amazing. So happy for him. He threw it down.

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    Jeremy was amazing. Every jump and element was on. Big crowd response. He made it look so easy! Lovely body positions. Every change in his spins was so fast. 99.86!!!! First plac!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tonichelle View Post
    Can anyone report on what Keegan did/didn't do? he's pretty low score and placement wise
    Per Jackie Wong's live blog at examiner.com at http://www.examiner.com/article/2014...-short-program:

    Keegan Messing - quad toe (hangs on), double axel (fall), single lutz - TES 29.08, PCS 33.07, FALL -1.00, SP SCORE 61.15

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chemistry66 View Post
    It's 6.48 points less than Patrick Chan's current PB SP score.

    Someone who knows more about the scoring intricacies want to explain how much of Dornbush's score they think is legitimate and what may be inflation if any?
    I can tell you that his jump elements were NAILED, and not Scott Hamilton "nailed" meaning he managed not to falll... I mean every single jump light and effortless and completed with some flair.

    4S, 3A... 3Z/3T at end of program.

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    Oh my gosh! I can't wait to see Jeremy's program!!! I'm thrilled for him!!

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    And now Abbott with a 99.86. Just thismuchshy of 100. Jeeeeeeez.

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