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Iceman
05-31-2009, 01:21 PM
Working out "issues" is hard work. I wonder if Johnny is willing to do that hard work. I doubt that he can do it alone. Sadly, I think his "golden" chances have passed him by.

PeterG
06-01-2009, 04:27 PM
Working out "issues" is hard work. I wonder if Johnny is willing to do that hard work. I doubt that he can do it alone. Sadly, I think his "golden" chances have passed him by.

:mad:

Who let HIM in here?

:lol:

Sparks
06-01-2009, 05:08 PM
What Peter G. said! :mad:
:lol:

HisWeirness
06-01-2009, 05:21 PM
;) :lol: To be fair, Iceman gave his/her opinion/advice in a very nice way :respec:, unlike some other posters :shuffle:.

AJ Skatefan
06-01-2009, 06:57 PM
What Peter G. said! :mad:
:lol:

X 2!

care
06-02-2009, 12:49 PM
x 3! :P

Iceman
06-02-2009, 03:00 PM
The documentary talked about Johnny's "issues" ----the ones that seem to get in the way of his fully realizing his natural skating abilities-- so what is wrong with my pointing out that dealing with those is hard work . The process is hard work for anyone who has issues and possibly more so for someone in the public eye. I would think by now he and others on his team know what they are, but seemingly the documentary is pointing out they are still there and need to be addressed. Johnny is under no obligation to anyone to deal with them, but there is always a feeling of sadness when potential goes unrealized----might -have -beens, could -have- beens........ I would like nothing more than to see Johnny knock it out of the ball park at the Olympics, but what happened at nationals can't be ignored and if happens this year, there won't be any Olympics for Johnny. Time is running out.

HisWeirness
06-02-2009, 03:08 PM
so what is wrong with my pointing out that dealing with those is hard work.
Absolutely nothing (and I agree with what you said)! And as I have said previously, you gave your constructive comments in a very considerate way, unlike others who in the past have been unnecessarily mean towards Johnny in their comments about him.

The Johnny fans here are just joking around :P because your serious comment was mixed in with a lot of fun fangirling/fanboying of the fabulous that is Johnny. :saint:

AJ Skatefan
06-02-2009, 03:45 PM
Absolutely nothing (and I agree with what you said)! And as I have said previously, you gave your constructive comments in a very considerate way, unlike others who in the past have been unnecessarily mean towards Johnny in their comments about him.

The Johnny fans here are just joking around :P because your serious comment was mixed in with a lot of fun fangirling/fanboying of the fabulous that is Johnny. :saint:

What HisWeirness said.

:saint::cheer2::cheer2::cheer2::cheer2:
Don't be a buzzkill about our Johnny!!

Sparks
06-02-2009, 07:23 PM
What HisWeirness AND AJ Skatefan said! :respec:

Truthfully, we just don't know if Johnny has worked out some of his "issues". Apparently a lot of the movie shows how Johnny struggled in the past. :drama:
We will have to stay tuned to see the fabulosity that Johnny can bring next season!

chloee
06-02-2009, 10:14 PM
Go Johnny!

PeterG
06-02-2009, 11:17 PM
...so what is wrong with my pointing out that dealing with those is hard work...

Did you forget that you wrote this as well...?


Sadly, I think his "golden" chances have passed him by.

Last year he won a bronze medal at Worlds. This year he took two silver medals at his Grand Prix events, followed by a bronze at the Grand Prix Final. Johnny was sick (or recovering from an illness?) at U.S. Nationals, but still managed to place fifth.

And all of a sudden he's a has-been? Honestly Iceman, in this thread you will need to put on a LOT more mascara when you bat your lashes so innocently!! :lol:

HisWeirness
06-03-2009, 12:00 AM
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Iceman
06-03-2009, 07:24 AM
Did you forget that you wrote this as well...?



Last year he won a bronze medal at Worlds. This year he took two silver medals at his Grand Prix events, followed by a bronze at the Grand Prix Final. Johnny was sick (or recovering from an illness?) at U.S. Nationals, but still managed to place fifth.

And all of a sudden he's a has-been? Honestly Iceman, in this thread you will need to put on a LOT more mascara when you bat your lashes so innocently!! :lol:

I didn't say he was a has-been. I just think his chances of winning gold at the Olympics has become diminished.

Sparks
06-03-2009, 02:10 PM
With no clear front-runner on the Men's side, with each top skater having their strengths and weaknesses, and knowing that anything could happen at the Olympics, I believe all the mens' chances of winning Olympic Gold is in question.