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    Quote Originally Posted by luCN View Post
    I am a Chinese figure skating fan.

    and I know these stupid children.They chased skaters as a stalker and made them really unhappy in the Artisty on Ice and Cup of China.

    and now they want to destroy the GPF.

    actually,they are not even skating fans,Most of them are under 20,many of them under 18,they never seen figure skating before,and It's a shame that some of them says they did this for Johnny,but they just watched maybe ONLY ONE Poker Face Video.

    I hate them.and most Chinese figure skating fans hate them too.
    ITA
    It's ashamed to say but these "fans" are really annoying. I wonder how many fs events they are planning to ruin.
    It seems Chan feels good about his chinese origin. Wish him good luck at GPF.
    Last edited by rouge; 11-23-2010 at 06:29 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oleada View Post
    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.
    Thank you for your reply.I think most FSU members are intellect and friendly so I don't worry about that very much.

    just hope all the FSU members know what exactly our Chinese figure skating fans think,and don't be represented by some jerks.

    forget to mention,tieba is a mess board like paris hilton's blog,many people just give vent to everyone without reasons,forget that,we have some good forum in chinese like FSU though.
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    Patrick is not the only skater to benefit from unfair judging but his scores have been glaringly high/unfair since last year. It's been much more unfair than the usual FS debatable results.

    However, I think it will be in poor taste for fans to protest before he has even skated. What if he really pulls off a great performance at GPF? It will look silly to have those banners in that case. I would say wait and see what happens. If the unfairness still persists at GPF, then fans may want to express their displeasure using banners or whatever else (as long as it does not physically hurt anyone).

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    Well,I don't think it will make any sense.

    If they DO want to do something,then they SHOULD demonstrate outside the ISU head office.not to mess up a competition while others want to watch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luCN View Post
    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.
    It's a shame to see these personal attacks to your own fellow. Maybe you are no better than those poor children.

    Besides, the girl in the tieba is just asking opinions. She doesn't know what to do so she is asking, and many people have already advised her not to put banners or pass notes. Please do not abuse others to boast yourself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by judgejudy27 View Post
    The fans would have done that if anyone other than Bourne & Kraatz won that year which makes it hard to take them seriously.
    I actually think they would have been supportive of A&P winning--they had many fans in Canada; the audience could appreciate the quality of their skating. I think that with F-P&M it had to do with the fact that he was nowhere near the level of many of the other ice dancers. I really liked Barbara and always wished she could find a partner who could match her.

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    wow,can I get any benefits from the fame on a foreign forum? It makes me laugh.

    wqypatience ,if you know what they did during the AOI show and COC,you will know why I said those above.

    If you don't know the beginning and end,please don't make a conclusion quickly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bournekraatzfan View Post
    I actually think they would have been supportive of A&P winning--they had many fans in Canada; the audience could appreciate the quality of their skating. I think that with F-P&M it had to do with the fact that he was nowhere near the level of many of the other ice dancers. I really liked Barbara and always wished she could find a partner who could match her.
    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).

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    Quote Originally Posted by luCN View Post
    I am a Chinese figure skating fan.

    and I know these stupid children.They chased skaters as a stalker and made them really unhappy in the Artisty on Ice and Cup of China.

    and now they want to destroy the GPF.

    actually,they are not even skating fans,Most of them are under 20,many of them under 18,they never seen figure skating before,and It's a shame that some of them says they did this for Johnny,but they just watched maybe ONLY ONE Poker Face Video.

    I hate them.and most Chinese figure skating fans hate them too.
    Don't be upset and do not give any shit on them, luCN.
    As you may know "Empty vessels make the most sound (or 虛張聲勢)." I bet any of them will be at the arena or near the venue. Enjoy the GPF!
    This too will pass away.

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    When I went to the Artistry on Ice,
    I saw one Johnny Wier fan who don't know Mao Asada
    I don't think other chinese fans are like that.
    Last edited by melonmelon; 11-23-2010 at 09:05 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oleada View Post
    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.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luCN View Post
    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.


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

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    Wink

    OH YES!I'm 15 foreverlike Johnny is 25 forever

    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 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....

    ok,time for dinner,C U later

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    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.

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    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
    It was taken down before the real competition (which was good) and he kept talking nonsense, nonstop anyway (which was unfortunate).

    Quote Originally Posted by Aussie Willy View Post
    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

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    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...

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    One thing I'm sure, there will be the biggest "cheer" or "boo" after Chan's scores are announced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ltnskater View Post
    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.

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    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.
    Bloom where you're planted. Hillary Clinton

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    This is so wrong.

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