February 08, 2008
Lack of character
OK, so why this particularly riles me is that said wanker is having a go at someone who publicly comes forward to say they need to deal with "emotional exhaustion". That is, in essence, depression.
Like I said. Wanker.
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Ah yes, Geoff Boycott, that perfect example of wholesome attributes and perfect human character. Sorry, I meant to say perfect example of utter tosspiece shitbag. My bad.
Posted by: Ian Lloyd | Feb 11, 2008 10:31:48 PM
And a boring as bats@it batsman if memory serves me well.
Posted by: John Allsopp | Feb 12, 2008 11:18:32 AM
Your memory serves you well. Days of blocking. Pity he didn't hit the ball rather than his girlfriend. Dickhead.
Posted by: Deb | Feb 12, 2008 2:32:41 PM
I am about a week late on this one - but there was a response in Cricinfo on this last week. You may recall Marcus Trescothick has had problems with depression over the last few years, that has essentially curtailed his career. Boycs, the total hypocrite, wrote an article of support for MT about 2 years - citing that he too had similar experiences during his career (hopefully against the Windies, keen to knock is block off).
Sums the man up - self centred, self serving, only attune to his own experience - no empathy, no character, and as John said, a woman beater to boot.
Posted by: Big Andy | Feb 14, 2008 10:02:58 AM
Just a quick note:
Peter Roebuck has contributed a fine article to cricinfo regarding stress and depression. This is well worth a read and if Boycs pulled his head out of his arse for a few seconds he might learn what character truly is.
It is worth reading this article about botham running Boycs out as another display of the mans character http://content-aus.cricinfo.com/ci/content/story/278631.html
Posted by: Peter | Feb 14, 2008 11:13:13 AM
Posted by: Asela | Feb 15, 2008 1:35:19 PM
thanks every body
Posted by: nancy | Jul 29, 2008 9:39:10 PM
Character is the manifestation of Truth, and Truth is the conformation of Appearance to Reality.
Posted by: cash advances | Oct 27, 2009 10:54:16 AM