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    Quote Originally Posted by CLELY View Post
    Japan boys played superbly yesterday, against the odds to overcome INA and they did it!
    The way I see it, it is Indonesia that 'won' against the odds yesterday. I (and many others, I believe) think Japan would've destroyed us 3-0, not letting us win even one game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jagdpanther View Post
    The way I see it, it is Indonesia that 'won' against the odds yesterday. I (and many others, I believe) think Japan would've destroyed us 3-0, not letting us win even one game.
    True. Ranking wise, MS1, MD1 and MS2 yesterday Japan is higher than INA. Only MS3, INA is higher rank.

    It could be 3-0 yesterday.

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    It is the worst result for Thomas Cup, sad
    berasa habis putus sama pacar #galau

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jagdpanther View Post
    The way I see it, it is Indonesia that 'won' against the odds yesterday. I (and many others, I believe) think Japan would've destroyed us 3-0, not letting us win even one game.
    Sorry, but I believe this is not about "taking positives" from a bad situation. For a country like INA to lose at all to Japan is not a wake-up-call -- It is a disaster warning! You have got to show more pride and intent. INA is capable of 100 times better than this. I believe the players and organisations are not just letting their country and themselves down -- they are letting down millions of well-wishers all over the world as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cobalt View Post
    Sorry, but I believe this is not about "taking positives" from a bad situation. For a country like INA to lose at all to Japan is not a wake-up-call -- It is a disaster warning! You have got to show more pride and intent. INA is capable of 100 times better than this. I believe the players and organisations are not just letting their country and themselves down -- they are letting down millions of well-wishers all over the world as well.
    I agree on this.
    Rank wise yes JPN is higher than INA. And still INA didn't realize about that disaster warning. And finally nightmare come true, lost to JPN in Thomas. If that still didn't even wake up INA and/or PBSI, I don't really know what to say.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rosid View Post
    It is the worst result for Thomas Cup, sad
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    I think the result was predictable, at least for me
    I feel more broken when Thomas Cup 2004 when Indonesia lost to Denmark 2-3 in SF
    I watched until 1.30 am and we lost,
    Simon very nervous and Alvent/Luluk, Candra/Trikus lost too
    Still wondering why not Sigit in team
    After that night, I felt blue over a week

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    Quote Originally Posted by bal-bal View Post
    I think the result was predictable, at least for me
    I feel more broken when Thomas Cup 2004 when Indonesia lost to Denmark 2-3 in SF
    I watched until 1.30 am and we lost,
    Simon very nervous and Alvent/Luluk, Candra/Trikus lost too
    Still wondering why not Sigit in team
    After that night, I felt blue over a week
    At that year, I haven't followed badminton actually.. so I don't know what happen...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rosid View Post
    At that year, I haven't followed badminton actually.. so I don't know what happen...
    Actually because Thomas-Uber 2004, I started to like Badminton and become love Indonesia
    Previously I was Otaku and look down my country, Indonesia.
    I don't know why, I felt hurt when Indonesia team lost in TUC 2004.
    Since that event, I following athlete Indonesia in International tournament,
    especially Badminton and Tennis, because when I saw other sport just (like Indonesia soccer team) made me sad with the result.
    But now, I don't follow Tennis again. No Angie or Wyne like again.
    Oya, when TUC 2004 I am still in 2nd year Junior High School Student.

    Sorry for OOT
    Hope for the resurrection Indonesia Sport.
    INDONESIA BISAA!!!! SEMANGAT!!!
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    Mas Rosid ini orang Indo atau Malaysia sih? Kata2 'galau' itu bahasa Melayu Malaysia, nggak ada di kamus bhs Indonesia.
    Quote Originally Posted by rosid View Post
    It is the worst result for Thomas Cup, sad
    berasa habis putus sama pacar #galau

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    Quote Originally Posted by sautom88 View Post
    Mas Rosid ini orang Indo atau Malaysia sih? Kata2 'galau' itu bahasa Melayu Malaysia, nggak ada di kamus bhs Indonesia.
    menurut sumber di bawah ini, ada kok kata galau di kamus besar bahasa indonesia

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    Tentu banyak yang menyimpan definisi pribadi tentang kata “galau”. Perputaran topik perbincangan masalah satu ini di media-media sosial sangatlah cair dan riuh. Dari sekadar curahan hati di linimasa hingga tulisan puitis berbentuk prosa, banyak orang mendefinisikan “galau” sebagai sebuah bentuk perasaan yang kurang nyaman, sedih, gelisah, menyesal, bingung, dan sebagainya. Tapi, apa definisi sebenarnya kata “galau”?Nah, satu-satunya cara yang bisa kita tempuh untuk mematenkan keyakinan adalah dengan mencari kata “galau” di Kamus Besar Bahasa Indonesia. Perhatikan definisi galau berikut:
    ga·lau a, ber·ga·lau a sibuk beramai-ramai; ramai sekali; kacau tidak keruan (pikiran);ke·ga·lau·an n sifat (keadaan hal) galau
    Nah, dari bahan referensi di atas, bisa kita simpulkan sementara bahwa pada kenyataannya, “galau” lebih dekat artinya dengan kegiatan beramai-ramai, atau dalam kamus disebut “sibuk beramai-ramai”. Galau digolongkan sebagai adjektiva, artinya kata sifat yang biasanya ikut pada sebuah subjek berupa nomina. Sedangkan, satu-satunya pengertian yang menyangkut kondisi psikologis, adalah keadaan “kacau tidak keruan” yang lebih tepat dirujuk kepada keadaan pikiran.
    Secara bahasa, memang tidak salah jika “galau” disejajarkan artinya dengan keadaan mental sementara yang tidak tenang, sedih, dan sebagainya seperti selama ini kita dengar dari banyak media. Hanya saja, pemekaran arti lain yang dalam kamus lebih diutamakan, bisa dipahami sebagai bagian dari pemaknaan kata.
    Takutnya, di suatu saat kita sedang “sibuk beramai-ramai”, lantas berucap, “Aku sedang galau,” lalu orang-orang menertawakan kita. Semata-mata karena di pikiran mereka galau itu adalah kesedihan yang mendalam dan membingungkan.
    Bahasa Indonesia termasuk rumpun bahasa yang dianggap masih “miskin” dalam perbendaharaan kata. J.S. Badudu pernah menuliskan bahwa kosakata Bahasa Indonesia hanya sekitar 77.000, kalah jauh dengan bahasa negara-negara tetangga yang rata-rata jumlahnya enam digit. Itulah mengapa, proses asimilasi makna kata dan penyerapan dari kata-kata bahasa asing masih dilakukan guna memperkaya Bahasa Indonesia.
    Tak terkecuali “galau” ini, kata-kata yang termasuk golongan kata-kata “baru” perlu dijelaskan secara tepat dan definitif kepada publik. Mulai dari makna sebenarnya, hingga ke makna-makna turunan. Akan sangat disayangkan jika nantinya kata baru dikenal tersebut kemudian menjadi istilah yang digunakan di banyak bidang, termasuk bisnis periklanan, dalam kapasitasnya sebagai istilah publik yang definitif-relatif, bisa diartikan apa saja oleh siapa saja. Padahal, kita masih punya KBBI sebagai panduan penentuan arti kata.
    Sayang sekali kalangan bisnis kita saat ini hanya latah menggunakan kata-kata baru yang terlanjur populer. Patut diakui belum banyak di antara kita yang dengan sadar mencari kamus begitu muncul kata-kata baru yang terkenal di media-media sosial. Sifat ikut tren popular yang seharusnya menjadi jembatan bagi publik untuk mengakses ilmu-ilmu pasti seperti bahasa justru terkesampingkan oleh keriuhan perbincangan sementara.
    “Galau” tetaplah diartikan sebagai sedih, gelisah, bingung, bimbang, dan sebagainya, tidak masalah. Asalkan publik jadi lebih tahu, bahwa secara definitif, galau itu artinya “sibuk beramai-ramai”.
    http://bahasa.kompasiana.com/2012/03/23/galau-ini-arti-sebenarnya/

    many sumatera's people talk with melayu as well, so, it doesn't mean that we are malaysian if we talk melayu...
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    Please use English. Thank you.

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    Sorry to be 'off-topic' but my age is almost 1/2 a century n the word 'galau' might be in the Indonesian dictionary but it is relatively new in its usage n very often MISUSED. I left Indo when I was 12 n returned in 1987 n had not seen the word's usage in media until recently (1-2yrs ago). I am sad n unhappy that many Indonesians are losing our country's roots, cultural and values. Also another Malaysian word that is often used in Indonesian websites is 'UNDUH', which means download. Check it out n see if it is an Indonesian word.

    Indonesian badminton is also in a very bad mess, nobody in authority is interested to SERIOUSLY improve our national players performances. We have been going downhill since early 2000s (Olympic Games gold medalists) n up to now yet to see the BOTTOM of it. All our best ex-players are using their experiences n talents to improve OTHER countries badminton, why not our own?

    We also used to have the world's best coaches, ie Tong Sin Fu, and our own people just neglected him n made him leave the country. He was Alan Budikusuma's coach and i also believed Lin Dan ex-coach n the person responsible for Lin Dan's superb performance now.

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    "unduh" from malaysia ??
    hmm... my age is still far from half of century... but i believe, javanese people use this word "unduh" since long time ago...

    as for INA badminton, i agree...
    many times we have talked about it, and i think all of us agree that PBSI is the root of all problems now...

    really, this is time to make them wake up !!
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    It's an old problem if you have been following INA badminton in the past few years.

    PBSI is run by Incompetent officials who know nothing about badminton.

    And some players are really not fit to represent INA....eg: Hayom with his totally inept performance and attitude! We can only pray that we have seen the bottom now.

    The declining performance of the so-called senior players also make me more interested in following Sirnas and the progress of our young and upcoming players.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sautom88 View Post
    Mas Rosid ini orang Indo atau Malaysia sih? Kata2 'galau' itu bahasa Melayu Malaysia, nggak ada di kamus bhs Indonesia.
    I'm Javanese, and of course Indonesian... I heard 'galau' recently..

    Quote Originally Posted by sautom88 View Post
    Sorry to be 'off-topic' but my age is almost 1/2 a century n the word 'galau' might be in the Indonesian dictionary but it is relatively new in its usage n very often MISUSED. I left Indo when I was 12 n returned in 1987 n had not seen the word's usage in media until recently (1-2yrs ago). I am sad n unhappy that many Indonesians are losing our country's roots, cultural and values. Also another Malaysian word that is often used in Indonesian websites is 'UNDUH', which means download. Check it out n see if it is an Indonesian word.

    Indonesian badminton is also in a very bad mess, nobody in authority is interested to SERIOUSLY improve our national players performances. We have been going downhill since early 2000s (Olympic Games gold medalists) n up to now yet to see the BOTTOM of it. All our best ex-players are using their experiences n talents to improve OTHER countries badminton, why not our own?

    We also used to have the world's best coaches, ie Tong Sin Fu, and our own people just neglected him n made him leave the country. He was Alan Budikusuma's coach and i also believed Lin Dan ex-coach n the person responsible for Lin Dan's superb performance now.
    Quote Originally Posted by fathonezic View Post
    "unduh" from malaysia ??
    hmm... my age is still far from half of century... but i believe, javanese people use this word "unduh" since long time ago...

    as for INA badminton, i agree...
    many times we have talked about it, and i think all of us agree that PBSI is the root of all problems now...

    really, this is time to make them wake up !!
    as fathonezic said, I don't think "unduh" is malaysian word. I used to heard it when my parents want to take fruits from the tree, they called "ngunduh jambu", "ngunduh rambutan" etc..

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    Please use English. Thank you.
    I'm sorry, sometimes I can't describe something in english. my bad ...

    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    It's an old problem if you have been following INA badminton in the past few years.

    PBSI is run by Incompetent officials who know nothing about badminton.

    And some players are really not fit to represent INA....eg: Hayom with his totally inept performance and attitude! We can only pray that we have seen the bottom now.

    The declining performance of the so-called senior players also make me more interested in following Sirnas and the progress of our young and upcoming players.
    i think the problem of Hayom and Febe is that, they enter to pelatnas "easily", based on their ranking at that time, not by seleknas as other pratama players. maybe it makes them don't have more motivation (and good attitude) than others...

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    yup,never heard of unduh in malaysia as i live in a 95% malay's state.

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