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Thread: KKK, what are you doing!
05-18-2009, 01:26 PM #35
That's exactly the point. He clearly knows what he's doing, and most of us clearly know what he's doing.
So, LD taking off the hat in the public sending a wrong message to the public (while, mostly only hosting nation), then Mr. Koo sending a message (whether to himself, the racket, the court, the public, LYB, whatever) is... hmmm...
As a public figure, he owns the public an explaination and an apology. Simply hiding behind, and pray that most of fans do not understand (or, refuse to understand) is a not a smart idea.
05-18-2009, 02:03 PM #36
actually i think kkk/tbh does have a decent chance to beat fu/cai in the MD SC. After taking the first game, kkk weakness emerges again. In pemuda's words, he gone cocky. KKK and tbh played too casually in critical moments. Even gillian clarke took the words out of my mouth, it is 'criminal' to be so casual at the net ( KKK's foot flat on the mat, knees not bend to intercept an easy shot that went pass him. He was like standing up leisurely waiting at the food line)
05-18-2009, 08:57 PM #37
05-18-2009, 09:03 PM #38
affected party should be Yonex.
05-18-2009, 09:08 PM #39
Now I know why KKK "fingered" his Yonex racket... KKK must have been thinking about getting out of his Yonex sponsorship by giving his Yonex racket "the finger" in front of public television, then get the attention of Li-Ning by screaming like a b*tch every time he does an overhead shot.
Just imagine the next Li-Ning commerical...
"Our rackets are better than Yonex, let's us show you what a professional badminton player's opinion on Yonex racket", then shows the famous KKK middle fingered his own Yonex racket. LOL
Last edited by bananakid; 05-18-2009 at 09:15 PM.
05-18-2009, 09:21 PM #40
And remember, you started the "LD taking hats off" thing 1st, and made long, long, paragraphs abt that and the racket throwing incident, etc . I was just explaining in reply(since you ask ppl to tell you why, why), and then you misinterpret some more.......some more rant, rant.
There're other incidents like stamping of shuttle, throwing temper, kicking umpire's podium(even the diciplined Korean MD did that bf), etc,etc, you all dont make a big fuss, just a few comments.... this one you want to make big fuss.
(Unless of course Yonex wants to sue KKK for insulting their rackets)
And yet again, I didnt say it's ok or right make that gesture (it's you interpret it so). Just no need make super big fuss(the others already said or implied that). This is the 3rd thread talking abt it.
Last edited by eaglehelang; 05-18-2009 at 09:25 PM.
05-19-2009, 05:13 AM #41
05-19-2009, 05:39 AM #42
The way I see it, it was wrong of KKK to initiate that middle finger. And as a badminton player representing the nation, KKK should have conducted himself a little better on court.
As a Malaysian, I was disappointed with KKK.
05-19-2009, 06:32 AM #43
05-19-2009, 06:57 AM #44
Seriously, does that really make a difference whether I used "3 years old", or "5 years old" or "10 years old" or even say "40 years old"? I was trying to say, "it's a common sense". Also, regardless what's the age factor, Koo clearly knows what he's doing.
Ok, my apology for using "3 years old". I will "upgrade" it to "15 years old" now. Does that take any responsibility off Koo's shoulder now? Or, people can stop picking my "common sense" rather than focus on this incident?
05-19-2009, 07:01 AM #45
However, once I read the posts such as "oh, that sign is not well known in Asia", or "even 40 years old ppl do not know that sign", I immediately feel like someone is trying to make an excuse for the incident.
Well, I hope Koo can make a public apology, save the image for himself and the sport.
05-19-2009, 08:49 AM #46
When I read some posts repeatedly mentioning LD taking off the hat incident again and again and again, dunno why, I feel like someone is trying to say, "Oh, compared to Koo's blatant action, what LD did was somewhat tolerable."
Well, maybe I'm over sensitive as well. Don't mind.
05-19-2009, 09:59 AM #47
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05-19-2009, 12:54 PM #51
countryof cos........1 should respect the culture, religion & customs , human rigths