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    Quote Originally Posted by RyuHayabusa5985 View Post
    Let's keep politics out of the forum, ok?
    But politics is an integral part of BAM. Should we keep BAM out of this forum as well?
    If the answer is yes, the next question follows: Should we keep Lee Chong Wei and his thread out of this forum too since Lee Chong Wei is the sole pillar of BAM (as least for now)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lcleing View Post
    But politics is an integral part of BAM. Should we keep BAM out of this forum as well?If the answer is yes, the next question follows: Should we keep Lee Chong Wei and his thread out of this forum too since Lee Chong Wei is the sole pillar of BAM (as least for now)?
    ]hiyaa, he means political politics. LCW's Datukship itself was full of political overtones but politics in general we cannot discuss in BC, forum rules. Same with religion and I think racial issues.

    If LCW participated in some political thingy,then we will mention - like exhibition match with politician.
    Last edited by eaglehelang; 05-03-2012 at 03:06 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lcleing View Post
    But politics is an integral part of BAM. Should we keep BAM out of this forum as well?
    If the answer is yes, the next question follows: Should we keep Lee Chong Wei and his thread out of this forum too since Lee Chong Wei is the sole pillar of BAM (as least for now)?
    i agree.
    politic is everywhere inside bam.
    please tell them to leave bam,thanks.
    from the president,committee member,coaches,players and even the one who mop floor in bam play and face politic everyday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    i agree.
    politic is everywhere inside bam.
    please tell them to leave bam,thanks.
    from the president,committee member,coaches,players and even the one who mop floor in bam play and face politic everyday.
    How do u know Muthusamy who mop the floor is politically connected...

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneToughBirdie View Post
    How do u know Muthusamy who mop the floor is politically connected...
    How do you know it's Muthusamy and not Ah Seng?

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    i dont think i know lesser than anybody else in this forum?hehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by nokh88 View Post
    How do you know it's Muthusamy and not Ah Seng?
    I think OTB couldn't see him in the dark but it mops or maybe just the whiter teeth

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    Quote Originally Posted by nokh88 View Post
    How do you know it's Muthusamy and not Ah Seng?
    Muthusamy(and Ahmad) has higher likelihood of involvement in politics than Ah Seng.As for LCW, he's caught in the middle. BAM is linked to BN, while his home state is DAP/PKR. The DAP Chief Minister got him his Datukship. BAM patron is PM's wife.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    Muthusamy(and Ahmad) has higher likelihood of involvement in politics than Ah Seng.As for LCW, he's caught in the middle. BAM is linked to BN, while his home state is DAP/PKR. The DAP Chief Minister got him his Datukship. BAM patron is PM's wife.
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    LCW could feel the pressure from all these people. Just hope that he stays cool and concentrates on his goal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by undeadshot View Post
    LCW's comment about the match, looks like his shoulder is okay :

    He played well, said Chong Wei afterward. Im coming from an injury, so its a good result for me. The shoulder did not trouble me, but after the All England Ive not had a lot of practice. I wanted to enjoy this event.

    Read more at
    http://www.badzine.net/news/the-yonex-shon-rise-india-open/19475/



    Chong Wei was nervous at times, Shon said. I just wanted to do my best.

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    Let's keep politics out from this thread please, guys and girls..
    Afterall, politics talking and discussion is totally prohibited in Badminton Central itself

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    i dont think i know lesser than anybody else in this forum?hehe
    Based on the size of your postings, I would say yes

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    lcw never throw his racket to crowd whenever he win a competition. he should do everytime he win the competition. so everytime he do that, all crowd will pray for him so they get the racket. so the more people pray for him, so the more chance he can win olympics gold medal.

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    He will be throwing his racket this coming Olympic for sure . Do book the front seat, pal

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    Quote Originally Posted by pBmMalaysia View Post
    He will be throwing his racket this coming Olympic for sure . Do book the front seat, pal
    Why on earth would he do that? He can auction it off to raise money to be donated to charity. That's just like LCW. Not someone known for celebrating his wins by throwing rackets.

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    The Star Online > Sports
    Friday May 4, 2012
    Merciless world No. 1 shows his compassion off court
    JOHOR BARU: World No. 1 Lee Chong Wei showed no mercy on court at the Malaysian Open Grand Prix Gold here yesterday — a far cry from the charitable frame of mind he was really in.
    Chong Wei trounced India’s B Sai Praneeth 21-12, 21-13 in 23 minutes to check into the quarter-finals against compatriot Chong Wei Feng. Earlier, in the second round, he took only 19 minutes to demolish Michael Fowke of New Zealand 21-7, 21-10.
    The wins were clinical but Chong Wei’s mind was on more pressing issues.
    The racquet — an Amortec 900 from Yonex — he used at last year’s World Championships went on auction yesterday and Chong Wei said the money would go towards Solibad, Badminton Without Borders, charity projects all over the world.
    Last year, he gave his shirt from the final of the world meet against Lin Dan of China to the same charity and it fetched US$1,000.
    “I hope the racquet will fetch a higher price to help the many underprivileged people in the world,” said Chong Wei, referring to the 10-day auction at the link www.ebay.com/itm/Lee-Chong-Wei-racket-YONEX-Amortec-900-used-during-2010-WC-/280874136822.
    Chong Wei was also quite emotional when he spoke about former Johor state player Gan Cheng Wei, whom he had visited at the government hospital here yesterday.
    “He is undergoing chemotherapy for blood cancer. His face lit up when he saw me and I’m glad that I was there for him,” said Chong Wei.
    “He comes from a poor background and I’m going to host a donation drive this Saturday to generate some money for his medical expenses.
    “He’s only 19 and has many years to look forward to. I want to do my part to help him.”

    http://thestar.com.my/services/print...asp&sec=sports

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    Quote Originally Posted by pBmMalaysia View Post
    Based on the size of your postings, I would say yes
    Limsy has a looong way to catch good looking Georgie's postings. As for Muthu chap, have you play hide-and-seek with them, maybe you are too young to play this games which I used to do with my friends, and we malays and Indians and chinese friends playing this stuff, it was a nightmare to find them hiding the dark with their closedand mouth closed.

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