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tina99
11-23-2010, 09:20 AM
luCN, thank you for sharing your point of view. Don't worry, we don't think all Chinese figure skating fans are alike or have the same opinions. :)
I agree with you. 99% Chinese figure skating fans love every skaters. every corner of the world exist childish guy and troublemaker.

ciocio
11-23-2010, 09:50 AM
ok,I've calmed down.

anyway,we can see crazy and stupid children in every countries,not that surprise.╮(╯_╰)╭

ok,let them show their incredible-low IQ.

but please understand——not all the Chinese figure skating fans are as stupid as those silly donkeys.:o:rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:

:eek::eek::eek: :scream:

By the way, how old are you, after reading your comments I don´t think you´re more than 15-16?

luCN
11-23-2010, 10:19 AM
OH YES!I'm 15 forever:encore:like Johnny is 25 forever:D

melonmelon you know,the number who label themself as a Johnny fan increased so rapidly after the Poker Face poped up around the Olympics,but most of them didn't love Johnny's skating ability,they even don't know PF is a EX,not a competition program.Many old Johnny fans always love Mao a lot,and she and Johnny are good friends and get along well,you know.

and one thing I feel uncomfortable is I suspect someone want to get :bribe: from these things,especially when most people there are students...you know,everything become complex when connect with money.and while one of my friends is working for a print factory,I know some tricks....:violin:

ok,time for dinner,C U later

let`s talk
11-23-2010, 10:41 AM
Have no idea how to translate the Russian proverb (khuda bez dobra ne byvaet), which means something like that: any bad act results in at least one good consequence. Maybe the act of Chinese will make ISU do something about the system in general. I would prefer that this stuff would happen in a more civil manner though. But if this option is not available, somehow I understand those fans' feelings. ISU has been over the line with the judging system for long enough. Chan is just the worst result of the corrupted system that does require some healthy modifications.

midori
11-23-2010, 10:45 AM
Banners dissing a skater would not be any fun.

The best protest banner I have ever seen was a huge "Silence is Gold" to a certain Japanese announcer in 2007 Worlds. That was just :rofl:
It was taken down before the real competition (which was good) and he kept talking nonsense, nonstop anyway (which was unfortunate).


Passing notes to the judges is a big no no. They could get in trouble themselves for doing that because it is trying to influence results.

Someone managed to do it without getting in any trouble right before Vancouver :shuffle:

ltnskater
11-23-2010, 01:10 PM
There's going to be fans at GPF in China? No wait....there's going to even be people there? After the showing at CoC...:(

NMURA
11-23-2010, 01:18 PM
One thing I'm sure, there will be the biggest "cheer" or "boo" after Chan's scores are announced.

riveredge
11-23-2010, 01:26 PM
There's going to be fans at GPF in China? No wait....there's going to even be people there? After the showing at CoC...:(

Exactly. :lol:

DFJ
11-23-2010, 01:54 PM
Figure skating is becoming very "unfun" to watch. I don't think Patrick deserves the scores he gets at times either, but I believe other skaters/teams benefit from unfair judging at times as well.

MikiAndoFan#1
11-23-2010, 03:20 PM
This is so wrong.

euterpe
11-23-2010, 04:16 PM
I don't think it's right to demonstrate against a particular skater. Demonstrate against the JUDGES, because they're the ones who are doing the overscoring.

I loved the 'mushroom' protest at CoR!

wonderlen
11-23-2010, 05:32 PM
If they are making a sign for Chan, then they need to make one for Ando as well :saint:

Miki never WON any events with splats, let alone 3-4 falls.

Vash01
11-23-2010, 05:35 PM
I guess we will never know but I was in the audience for that event as well and I always got the impression no result other than Bourne & Kraatz winning would have pleased people (which shows how out of touch with reality many were as everyone who seriously knows skating knew B&K were one of 3 teams battling for the bronze that year and would have been ecstatic with that). I didnt sense alot of excitement for the crowd towards Anissina & Peizerat either, so I doubt their winning would have enthused alot more, despite that their winning over the Italians would have actually been the correct result (well except for Sussie Wynne, LOL). The only team other than B&K in the final flight who seemed to be greatly received by the audience were Drobiazko & Vanagas who came only 5th (albeit another controversial placing).


I too was at that event, but my impression was different from yours. I sensed anger toward FP-M's win although they skated well, but only half of the team was doing difficult things. My impression was that they would have accepted A&P's win even though it meant B&K not winning. A&P were both better ice dancers. The fans would have been disappointed with their win, but not angry enough to walk out before the national anthem of the winners. I think the anger toward FP-M may have been enhanced by D&V's low placement too, but mainly it was directed toward the gold medallists whom the crowd did not see as worthy of a gold. Just my impression though, for what it's worth.

Vash01
11-23-2010, 05:36 PM
Miki never WON any events with splats, let alone 3-4 falls.

Exactly.

wonderlen
11-23-2010, 05:37 PM
Ando hasnt been winning events with PCS but with TES. And that she is doing so with only 5 triples is telling to the sad state of the ladies field this season thus far.

Not really. If you look at all the past ladies events, most ladies program are always 5-6 max, and 7 triples programs are rare. For ladies 5 is good, 6 is great, 7 triples (u could be a world champ).