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IceAlisa
03-01-2012, 10:35 PM
We have seriously all fallen down on the job for not knowing our Sasha suffered such a serious injury!!

Even if it was a hairline or stress fracture, that's a serious joint!

I am ashamed, particularly as a Sasha fan. :drama: Totally asleep at the wheel.

AxelAnnie
03-01-2012, 11:42 PM
^^^ no kidding! Don't know how we missed it.

Sylvia
03-01-2012, 11:45 PM
From the unedited Seattle Times chat transcript (link posted above):

Comment From Jeff
I enjoyed Moondance Alexander. Do you think there may be more movies in your future?

Sasha Cohen: I really enjoyed acting. I would love the opportunity to appear in more films and TV shows. However, I really wanted to make school a priority. and really wanted to live in NY and have that experience, before I committed myself to walking down the acting road. It's again another solitary route where you're not that in control of your life at the whim of producers. I want a little more control.

attyfan
03-02-2012, 12:50 AM
Isn't rugby a rather rough sport? I would think that if the broken hip still interferes with her jumping (even if the interference is mental/psychological) it would also interfere with her participation on a women's rugby team.

IceAlisa
03-02-2012, 12:56 AM
Rugby can be rough but I doubt it compares to the repetitive pounding a hip receives from practicing and landing triples. It's a different kind of pounding.

berthesghost
03-02-2012, 01:14 AM
skating judges and movie producers control your life, but college professors don't. college is all about you being in control. riiiiiggghhhhhttttt. :lol:

dinakt
03-02-2012, 01:26 AM
skating judges and movie producers control your life, but college professors don't. college is all about you being in control. riiiiiggghhhhhttttt. :lol:

??? College professors- for the most part- do not control your life nearly as much as casting directors, when nothing is predictable. Curriculum does, but one knows it much more in advance than a casting notice.

IceAlisa
03-02-2012, 01:28 AM
skating judges and movie producers control your life, but college professors don't. college is all about you being in control. riiiiiggghhhhhttttt. :lol:

Have you been to college, just curious?

BittyBug
03-02-2012, 03:10 AM
I have admit that it almost brings a tear to my eye to see Sasha so grown up, but it's great that she seems to be really enjoying herself and actively working on a life beyond skating.

berthesghost
03-02-2012, 04:20 AM
Have you been to college, just curious?Columbia.

IceAlisa
03-02-2012, 04:59 AM
Oh you poor downtrodden, victimized college student. :puppet:

berthesghost
03-02-2012, 05:41 AM
Oh you poor downtrodden, victimized college student. :puppet::lol: true. But nothing compared to how poor sashi was abused by skating judges and film producers. :P

lotte86
03-02-2012, 10:44 AM
Sasha recently skated at the Citi Pond for Kids day.

performance:http://youtu.be/hHHr34fO0NI
Q&A session: http://youtu.be/r5z139iAtEw (she also talks about her hip injury)
interview:http://youtu.be/IaBhsQ-NBgw
lunch with Children from the YMCA of Greater NY:http://youtu.be/I4gYpV_uZpg

UGG
03-02-2012, 02:44 PM
I know right? This injury is news to me! :confused: Anyway, hope Sasha fully recovers. :)

Go Sasha for making the most of her college experience. :cheer::cheer2:



The rugby team? I AM behind the Sasha-times! That ROCKS!! :sasha1::rockstar::respec:



How do you know for sure she's moved on from acting? Has she made a statement to this effect? Last I heard she still goes to auditions.

Well I guess I don't know for sure. She has not mentioned it in forever and it seems as though she has other priorities so...that is how I came to the conclusion that she moved on from trying to be an actress.

IceAlisa
03-02-2012, 07:14 PM
Sasha recently skated at the Citi Pond for Kids day.

performance:http://youtu.be/hHHr34fO0NI
Q&A session: http://youtu.be/r5z139iAtEw (she also talks about her hip injury)
interview:http://youtu.be/IaBhsQ-NBgw
lunch with Children from the YMCA of Greater NY:http://youtu.be/I4gYpV_uZpg
Thank you for posting these. I loved the Q&A--Sasha was so sincere and I think that a wonderful thing she was telling the kids about overcoming yourself on a bad day.