A day I'II never forget....


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A day I'II never forget....

Postby Guest » Sat Jun 07, 2003 11:39 am

Is the day Tim Montogomery WR holder, in defeat, shakes the hand of the new sprint sensation from Canada, Nicolas Macrozonaris.
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Re: A day I'II never forget....

Postby Guest » Sat Jun 07, 2003 5:37 pm

>Is the day Tim Montogomery WR holder, in defeat,
>shakes the hand of the new sprint sensation from
>Canada, Nicolas Macrozonaris.

It'll be sensational if Macrozonaris wins another race like this in his career.
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Re: A day I'II never forget....

Postby Guest » Sat Jun 07, 2003 6:46 pm

macrozonaris will never be a sensation on the world stage at least that is
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Re: A day I'II never forget....

Postby Guest » Sat Jun 07, 2003 9:28 pm

>macrozonaris will never be a sensation on the
>world stage at least that is

You must a LOW IQ. That statement made no sense.He beat " The World's Fastest Man", I would call that sensational.Also, I think your a racist,constantly making cracks at Macro for no reason.
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Re: A day I'II never forget....

Postby Guest » Mon Jun 09, 2003 9:13 am

Nice thread guys. Take it back to letsrun.
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Re: A day I'II never forget....

Postby Guest » Mon Jun 09, 2003 9:27 am

> You must a LOW IQ. That statement made no sense.

Please proofread your work. Who has the low IQ?
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Re: A day I'II never forget....

Postby dl » Mon Jun 09, 2003 12:02 pm

How would making cracks at Macrozoaris make someone a racist? Is there a group of people who are prejudiced against Canadians of Greek origin? :-)
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Re: A day I'II never forget....

Postby Guest » Mon Jun 09, 2003 12:37 pm

French Canadians, perhaps?
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Re: A day I'II never forget....

Postby Guest » Mon Jun 09, 2003 12:48 pm

You know the difference between English Canada and French Canada don't you?

In English Canada Moosehead is a beer; in French Canada it's a felony.
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Re: A day I'II never forget....

Postby Guest » Mon Jun 09, 2003 1:01 pm

I don't get it, but it must be dirty.
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Re: A day I'II never forget....

Postby Guest » Mon Jun 09, 2003 1:17 pm

>I don't get it, but it must be dirty.


Yes it is dirty. But very funny. Moosehead. Getting head from a moose.
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Re: A day I'II never forget....

Postby Guest » Tue Jun 10, 2003 8:44 pm

mr anonynous smart a..
if you were a man you would put your name on there
plus to inform you i was born in greece so obviously i am not a racist since i am from the same ethnic background.
mr anonymous you must have a LOW IQ !!!!
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Re: A day I'II never forget....

Postby Guest » Wed Jun 11, 2003 4:43 am

>mr anonynous smart a..
if you were a man you
>would put your name on there
plus to inform you
>i was born in greece so obviously i am not a
>racist since i am from the same ethnic
>background.
mr anonymous you must have a LOW IQ
>!!!!


You got my name, what you gonna do with it?You always make wise cracks about the white sprinters so the first thing that comes to mind is racism.Your post generally shows someone of lower intelligence.
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Re: A day I'II never forget....

Postby Guest » Wed Jun 11, 2003 6:07 am

>mr anonynous smart a..
if you were a man you
>would put your name on there
plus to inform you
>i was born in greece so obviously i am not a
>racist since i am from the same ethnic
>background.
mr anonymous you must have a LOW IQ
>!!!!


As a matter of fact,the original post was a bet to see if you would respond.I knew you would, but it's not hard to manipulate someone with a IQ of 75.
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Re: A day I'II never forget....

Postby Guest » Thu Jun 12, 2003 9:38 pm

mr montaque,
you suspected racism because this how your racist mind operates. you think that if someone claims that a particular white sprinter isn't that good they must be a racist. your comments are laughable. your logic is ridiculous.
just because someone gets lucky and beats montgomery or greene it does not mean that they will break the world record or become champions.
macrozonaris is a good sprinter maybe the best in canada but so what ! so what if he beat montgomery once, in a race that will be long forgotten by the end of the summer.
my two year son who has watched at a few minutes of track in his life could reason better than you and your ridiculous insults about my iq.if your iq was really high you would not have the complex to denegrate other people.
btw macrozonaris showed his wr speed today in the meet in the czech republic and finished an amazing 6th in 10.26 in a field that included only one american (coby miller). sure tim monty has hightmares everynight about the great canuck.
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Re: A day I'II never forget....

Postby Guest » Fri Jun 13, 2003 12:12 am

>mr montaque,
you suspected racism because this
>how your racist mind operates. you think that if
>someone claims that a particular white sprinter
>isn't that good they must be a racist. your
>comments are laughable. your logic is
>ridiculous.
just because someone gets lucky and
>beats montgomery or greene it does not mean that
>they will break the world record or become
>champions.
macrozonaris is a good sprinter
>maybe the best in canada but so what ! so what if
>he beat montgomery once, in a race that will be
>long forgotten by the end of the summer.
my two
>year son who has watched at a few minutes of
>track in his life could reason better than you
>and your ridiculous insults about my iq.if your
>iq was really high you would not have the complex
>to denegrate other people.
btw macrozonaris
>showed his wr speed today in the meet in the
>czech republic and finished an amazing 6th in
>10.26 in a field that included only one american
>(coby miller). sure tim monty has hightmares
>everynight about the great canuck.

You insult ALL THE WHITE sprinters, not just one.I really don't care, I won my bet with your low IQ comments.
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Re: A day I'II never forget....

Postby Guest » Sat Jun 14, 2003 9:56 pm

You insult ALL THE WHITE sprinters, not just one.I really don't care, I won my bet with your low IQ comments>

what bet did you win ? you have no logic ?
nobody bet anything here unless you want to.
your iq is so low it does not even match the temperature in your country in the winter !
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Re: A day I'II never forget....

Postby Guest » Sun Jun 15, 2003 7:12 am

Macro's win in Mexico was a fluke.... note that he has never even come close to 10.03 at sea level...
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Re: A day I'II never forget....

Postby Brutal » Sun Jun 15, 2003 7:39 am

So by noticing the obvious which is few white sprinters can compete on the world stage you have a low IQ.......hahahahahahaha!!!!!!!!

Let's just take the USA for example.....

The last white sprinter to win an Oly medal in a sprint was in 1964 when Mike Larrabee won gold in the 400 and the 4x4 relay and Gerry Ashworth in the 4x1 relay.

The last 100/200 guy to medal in Olympics was ACU's Bobby Morrow when he won the 100/200/4x1. That was in 1956.

No white American has ever ran a sub 10.10!!!!

Well there I went and proved my IQ is almost non existant.......hahahahaha!!!!!!!
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Re: A day I'II never forget....

Postby Guest » Sun Jun 15, 2003 7:40 am

Macro should not be allowed to race in major meets because he is to slow and unathletic. This is why you did not see him during the Golden Spike tour, meet directors have no space for a 2nd tier jogger.
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Re: A day I'II never forget....

Postby Guest » Sun Jun 15, 2003 7:43 am

Why do you think negroes have the advantages?
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Re: A day I'II never forget....

Postby Guest » Sun Jun 15, 2003 7:49 am

>So by noticing the obvious which is few white
>sprinters can compete on the world stage you have
>a low IQ.......hahahahahahaha!!!!!!!!

Let's
>just take the USA for example.....

The last
>white sprinter to win an Oly medal in a sprint
>was in 1964 when Mike Larrabee won gold in the
>400 and the 4x4 relay and Gerry Ashworth in the
>4x1 relay.

The last 100/200 guy to medal in
>Olympics was ACU's Bobby Morrow when he won the
>100/200/4x1. That was in 1956.

No white
>American has ever ran a sub 10.10!!!!

Well
>there I went and proved my IQ is almost non
>existant.......hahahahaha!!!!!!!


What are you???Some hopeless bore that has no life and spends all his spare time posting on T&F websites...
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Re: A day I'II never forget....

Postby Guest » Sun Jun 15, 2003 3:01 pm

<Macro's win in Mexico was a fluke.... note that he has never even come close to 10.03 at sea level...>

thank you mr gates
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Re: A day I'II never forget....

Postby Guest » Sun Jun 15, 2003 6:36 pm

Gee, I wonder if Mr. Gates and thanos is one and the same? I can spot that low IQ anywhere.

Thanos, it's never to late to get an education.
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Re: A day I'II never forget....

Postby Guest » Tue Jun 24, 2003 3:57 pm

Note the Athens results today: Mr. Macro 10.15 (a well-beaten 3rd). Sea level, 0.0 wind. A truly world-class performance, but he's still nowhere near a real sub-10 guy, and probably never will be.

I mean if he couldn't run any faster than that with thousands of screaming Greeks behind him.... :-)
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Re: A day I'II never forget....

Postby Guest » Tue Jun 24, 2003 6:21 pm

montague i am much more educated than you are.
i dont know mr gates, well i wish i was like mr gates, but bill, really...
you just have an inferiority complex about IQs. yours is the lowest among the track fans.
i am glad there are many more people that see it this way...
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Re: A day I'II never forget....

Postby MJD » Mon Aug 25, 2003 6:42 am

>Macro's win in Mexico was a fluke.... note that
>he has never even come close to 10.03 at sea
>level...
Just did a search on Macro. This is typical of many and I am not picking on Brian. Even if he flames out right now, there should be a bit of crow served. People should actually hope he gets through. He was a great interview after on the CBC(another chance to rub it in)and with his Greek heritage with Athens coming up, it will be a great story.
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Re: A day I'II never forget....

Postby Guest » Mon Aug 25, 2003 9:00 am

Can anyone on this posting have an intelligent response. Everyone should stop calling each other racists. Discuss Macro's chances at the World's intelligently and without bias. I think he is a good sprinter but is not strong enough to make the final he will probably finish 5th or 6th in his semifinal. His 10.16 in the quarterfinal was a great time but that kind of time won't get him to the final. I think if he hits the weight room a little harder he can make the final in Athens.
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Re: A day I'II never forget....

Postby MJD » Mon Aug 25, 2003 9:55 am

>he will probably finish 5th or 6th in
>his semifinal.

I'd say 5th is a pretty good call.
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Re: A day I'II never forget....

Postby michael lewis » Mon Aug 25, 2003 10:10 am

"You know the difference between English Canada and French Canada don't you?"

Sure do. If you're French Canadian, coming through Pearson Airport, they say "anything to declare? Welcome home!" If you're American, they say "Business or Pleasure? Have a nice time!" If you're English Canadian, before getting to any further questions, it's "Bend over!", a glance in the direction of whoever's manning the pickle barrel, then "Pickle!"
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Re: A day I'II never forget....

Postby Guest » Mon Aug 25, 2003 10:38 am

>"You know the difference between English Canada
>and French Canada don't you?"

Sure do. If
>you're French Canadian, coming through Pearson
>Airport, they say "anything to declare? Welcome
>home!" If you're American, they say "Business
>or Pleasure? Have a nice time!" If you're
>English Canadian, before getting to any further
>questions, it's "Bend over!", a glance in the
>direction of whoever's manning the pickle barrel,
>then "Pickle!"

SOUNDS LIKE A MODERN DAY VERSION OF WEST SIDE STORY WHICH PITTED THE JETS (IRISH) VS THE SHARKS (PUERTO RICANS) IN NEW YORK CITY....LOL.....
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Re: A day I'II never forget....

Postby michael lewis » Mon Aug 25, 2003 6:57 pm

"Macro should not be allowed to race in major meets because he is to slow and unathletic. This is why you did not see him during the Golden Spike tour, meet directors have no space for a 2nd tier jogger."

Thanks for sharing. And by the way I'm sorry you've made it so many years under the delusion that you count. But you don't.
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Re: A day I'II never forget....

Postby Guest » Mon Aug 25, 2003 7:14 pm

Race should not even be an issue in 2003.
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Re: A day I'II never forget....

Postby Guest » Tue Aug 26, 2003 11:00 am

>Can anyone on this posting have an intelligent
>response. Everyone should stop calling each other
>racists. Discuss Macro's chances at the World's
>intelligently and without bias. I think he is a
>good sprinter but is not strong enough to make
>the final he will probably finish 5th or 6th in
>his semifinal. His 10.16 in the quarterfinal was
>a great time but that kind of time won't get him
>to the final. I think if he hits the weight room
>a little harder he can make the final in Athens.


Why don't you shove it, Justin...You're a crybaby that jumps from forum to forum when someone "offends" you.
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