this whole episode makes me ill and it’s going to get worst before it gets better. i remember once a confrontation of sorts at university of washington between the oromo students and the amhara students. was a sad day then as is now
Nonetheless he felt he had to speak out. “[The] Ethiopian government [is] killing my people. So wherever I stand, [I stand] with Oromo protest anywhere because Oromo is my tribe. At this time, any people, all my relatives in prison, in prison. Daily I worry, I worry…If you talk, you write [about the protest], they kill you. So I stand with Oromo protest anywhere,” Lilesa said.
This is the story of the fastest man in the world, who almost never was. Introducing The Boy Who Learned to Fly, an animated film based on the life of Usain Bolt.
regardless of what he does going forward
carlos brathwaite has written his name into the books of history
here goes, watch it again
strangely until the fourth six i was under the impression marlon samuels was batting
go figure haha
telegraph chief sports writer paul hayward puts it down beautifully on paper
if you watched the game, you know what am talking about
i found myself at one point lying on the couch face down hearing my heart beating rapidly above the commentary
Telegraph: Root’s 54 after a poor start by England in a score of 155 for nine put just enough pressure on the West Indies to create the possibility of a barnburning finish. England must have thought a second chance had dropped from the gods. But there is no legislating in Twenty20, or in life, for the kind of grace under pressure Brathwaite laid before our eyes.
His first six sent a shiver of trepidation through England. The second was a punch in the guts. The third rendered a West Indies victory inevitable. The fourth was entirely unnecessary, since Brathwaite’s team needed only one more run to win. By then there was no halting his exuberance. Who is to say that if Stokes had bowled the last two balls, Brathwaite would not have sent them into the stands too?
One day England may reflect that they were simply on the wrong end of freakish human nerve. For now they will think this was a terrible way to lose. It was actually a very good way, because they were destroyed by brilliance: a quality to which they aspire.
look like we tekkin de men an de women dis time round
like we comin back 🙂 Continue reading “West Indies women defeat New Zealand – on to World T20 finals”