Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Not masters of their own destiny

Right, so Pakistan have put on a shambolic batting performance against Australia. You'd have to pick the Aussies to go through at this rate. Which means I'll be able to get some work done today. Small mercies.

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Blogger Aditya said...

by the start they have got looks like they sure are in a hurry!

interestingly the semi final will be against the English at Centurion. Should be fun!

8:13 AM  
Blogger David Mutton said...

Oh for an academic schedule!

9:49 AM  
Blogger David Mutton said...

Dhoni. Bowling?

10:01 AM  
Anonymous Krish said...

>Which means I'll be able to get some work done today.

Not likely!

12:37 PM  
Blogger Samir Chopra said...

Aditya: They certainly started that way, didn't they? I thought it'd be over very quickly.

David: Its the best part of the job, really. (That, and the admiration of the students...Not!). BTW, I think Dhoni started off as a bowler in domestic cricket (I think).

Krish: That late charge by Pakistan almost prevented an afternoon packed with thoughts of redistributive justice, intellectual property law reform and so on. Good thing Australia came through :)

2:30 PM  
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Dhoni might have thought that the chances of India going to semis are minimal and started bowling.

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