Monday, March 03, 2008

My New Method of Opening Study

The real meat of the video starts after about sixty seconds.

I laughed so hard that I was truly crying with glee! Is this what chess feels like sometimes?

Can you imagine? This gets especially good with about two minutes till the end. :) It might also be said that this second one quite well describes the experience of working for a large, mega-sized American Corporations within it rules and job requirements.


Blogger Polly said...

LMAO!!! Those were too funny! Thanks for a great Monday afternoon chuckle. I may never look at using a porta-pottly quite the same again.

Mon Mar 03, 09:59:00 AM PST  
Blogger tanc(happyhippo) said...

ROFL... that was hilarious. thanks for sharing it!

Mon Mar 03, 04:23:00 PM PST  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Er. This is a lawsuit waiting to happen in the United States, yes? Nonetheless, absolutely hilarious, and I wonder why it's funnier when men are the targets.

Tue Mar 04, 06:07:00 PM PST  
Blogger transformation said...

i said this to two friends seperately, one of whom is a lawyer. for sure, in the United States, the procedings would start first thing the next morning, advertised heavily on television:

'If you have been the victim of toilet or sauna room malice resulting in either physical or psychological injury, you need to immediately contact the law firm of Attorney Jim Sokolov'.

This is the same guy who had all the informercials on mesothelioma or such.

Tue Mar 04, 10:19:00 PM PST  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I had a chat with the king of CTS blitzmaniac.

Please go here : king-of-cts

Tue Mar 11, 08:30:00 AM PDT  
Blogger transformation said...

thanks for the heads up, and nice to put an image and identity with the handle.

why dont you post as Ivan Getting to 2000, since it is you? i would still publish a comment by you, despite... well, you know.

these are impressive results, but there are many kings there. 96.4% at 1500+ is no laughing matter, either, nor 40,000 at 88.3% but probably makes a sub-King only? :)

Tue Mar 11, 11:29:00 PM PDT  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

OK, now my curiosity is peaked (and this is none of my business, so please don't answer this question.)

Why would Mr. GT2000 feel the need to comment incognito?

So far, I have resisted the temptation to visit this link posted by "anonymous" despite seeing it several times.

Thu Mar 13, 04:52:00 PM PDT  

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