Wednesday, March 26, 2008

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Monday, March 24, 2008

Vitali Klitschko versus sportswriters and fans absurd comments





Why do sportscasters in the USA in general choose to portray Vitali Klitchko
in a less than positive manner. He probably has the best KO percentage of any
Heavyweight boxer in history. Vitali is a former WBO and WBC world champion.
When we pause to ponder why it is that they portray Vitali
in such a fashion we can solve the riddle. Vitali is 6' 7" or 6' 8" whichever
height you percieve. He is also fast in the ring, has good hand speed,
hits as hard as his nickname implies (Dr. Iron Fist), and is a man who clearly is thinking
while he is fighting. He exposes his opponents weaknesses and makes them
pay for their mistakes.
What reason could these sport's writers possibly have to condemn
Vitali then?
1.Bias. Bias based on the fighters they support and want to see
become Heavyweight Champion.
2. Fear-they fear that their fighters will
not become World Champions if Vitali stands in their way.
3. Love and obsession-
this group would include all the sport's fans (mostly female) that want to see
Vladimir have all the belts. If I were a biased sport's writer I would want all of them for
an audience to write too.
What would I write about?
All you have to do is read some
of the posts written on the Klitchko forum by fans about why Vitali should not
come back.

What is the answer to this puzzle then?
Sacrifice?
It is not a sacrifice if both brothers
share the same dream. It is a Sacrifice though if their fans do not share in their dream
but support them in the achievement of their goals anyway.
Isn't that what Easter is all about? Sacrifice?

Happy Easter!

Vitali Klitschko








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Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Vitali Klitchko






There have been reports written that "In his last bout against Danny Williams in December 2004, Vitali was incredibly slow and
breathing hard after the first few rounds of the fight. Though he ended up stopping Williams
in the 8th, Vitali looked ragged by the fights end – hardly like a champion."
I watched the fight and I saw Vitali avoiding punches thrown
by Williams that would have caught most heavyweights flat footed and knocked them
to the canvas.
Watch the video of the 7th round. You want see a slow Vitali
or someone huffing and puffing around the ring.








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Sunday, March 16, 2008

Vitali the Nightman





While surfing the net I came across an article from
boxingnews24 which contained the following:
"In his last bout against Danny Williams in December 2004, Vitali was incredibly slow and
breathing hard after the first few rounds of the fight. Though he ended up stopping Williams
in the 8th, Vitali looked ragged by the fights end – hardly like a champion."
I must not have watched the same fight
I didn't see a slow Vitali. He was quick and hardly huffing and puffing.
What I saw was the nightman
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Thursday, March 13, 2008

Happy Easter!




Easter this year is: Sunday, March 23, 2008.
The last time Easter Sunday was on March 23 was in the year 1913. Easter is always the 1st
Sunday after the 1st full moon after the Spring Equinox (which is March 20). The next Easter
that comes a day earlier (March 22) will be in the year 2285 (277 years from now).
Easter is termed a moveable feast
because it is not fixed in relation to the civil calendar (Roman Calendar). Easter falls at some point between late
March and late April each year (early April to early May in Eastern Christianity), following the
cycle of the moon.

This year's Easter is the earliest any of us will ever see it for the
rest of our lives. The only ones who have ever seen it this early are 95 years old or above!
And none of us have ever or will ever see it a day earlier! why? The next time Easter will be
this early (March 23) will be in the year 2228 (220 years from now).

Easter, also called Pascha, is the most important religious feast in the Christian liturgical year.
It celebrates the resurrection of Jesus, which Christians believe occurred on the third day after his
crucifixion some time in the period AD 27 to 33. Many non-religious cultural elements have become
part of the holiday, and those aspects are often celebrated by many Christians and non-Christians
alike.

Christ the Lord Is Risen Today is a Christian hymn traditionally associated with Easter. Most of the
original stanzas were written by Charles Wesley, and the hymn appeared under the title Hymn for Easter
Day in Hymns and Sacred Songs by Charles and John Wesley in 1739. In my video all the new Lyric
was written be me.

The hymn is a variation of an earlier hymn Jesus Christ Is Risen Today, a 14th century Latin hymn
which had been translated into English and published in Lyra Davidica in 1708
(and later in 1749 in Arnold's Compleat Psalmodist).

The Music in my video (Arranged by me) is attributed to Henry
Carey. Carey born August 26, 1687 – October 5, 1743 was an English poet, dramatist and
song-writer.

Christ the Lord Is risen Today

Christ the Lord Is risen Today Alleluia
Born that Man No More May Die Alleluia
Sons of God In Triumph Raised Alleluia
Sing now their hymns to him on high Alleluia

From the Mountains To the Seas Alleluia
Christ Has Won Our Liberty Alleluia
Death shall reign On Earth No More Alleluia
Life Everlasting an Open Door Alleluia

Soaring With Him As On Eagle's wings Alleluia
We shall follow his Exalted Lead Alleluia
Death has Lost Forever it's Sting Alleluia
Christ has won the Victory! Alleluia

New Lyrics Copyright Richard Alford (C) 2008
Musical Arrangement Copyright Richard Alford (C) 2000


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