I think God has damned your spelling, esca!!!!! lol
As for that drink...I can't, but I'd be willing to work on a Mint Chocolate Cheesecake w/you?
It actually was a typo, though how Morosov came out as morose I've no idea. I was obviously thinking about something else at the time. And also likely (stupid) Mac did an auto correct. When I saw it I decided to leave it as is, thinking it appropriate
(I love my mac, except for auto correct from time to time. It's determined that I can't possibly mean pani. I absolutely must mean pain - even this time I had to go back and change pain back to pani. Again!)
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Morozov has stated that he did his best work with Takahashi and I agree with that. So working with him again might be a good idea and a strategic move. Taka is only using him part-time though, which will give him some independence.
Shae Lynne Bourne-Turok would know. It took her quite some time to be free of Morozov, who IIRC had left a pregnant wife for her, and move on to a better, healthier relationship. Perhaps she can offer counsel to his more recent victims.
Here is a handy breakdown of Leonova's SP in list form:
1) pirate posing
2) skates to the end of the rink to plant 3toe/3toe
3) skates to the other end of the ice rink to plant 3flip
4) does some progressives and plants 2axel (also at the same end of the rink)
5) does a few turns into a spin (also at the same end of the rink, that is 3 elements in pretty much the same place)
6) does the straight line step sequence that takes ages and keeps starting and stopping and has no flow as a result
7) skates to the middle of the ice rink
8) does two spins in the middle of the ice rink
That is good choreography?
All the elements are clumped in three spots: one end of the ice rink, other end of the ice rink, middle of the ice rink.
There's hardly any ice coverage as she is just moving between those three spots (and 1/3 of the program is taken by starting and stopping and starting and stopping and posing again during the straight line steps).
That straight line step sequence makes me wanna have the ISU impose a time limit on step sequences.
Leonova's SP is a classic case of OTT facial expressions and gestures masking the fact that there is very little substance, but she does sell the bejaysus out of it.
To think that fun is simple fun, while earnest things are earnest, proves all too plain that neither one thou truthfully discernest.
Oh yes, whilst the program is crap, Leonova was selling it extremely well.
Her performance skills are second to none.
Happily, it was just a recycled program he offered her. (Or that she accepted.)
The piece is seventy-five minutes long...[l]ong enough for an idea to be developed, but not so long that one starts to measure the number of seats to the exits with desperation if the thing doesn’t work" -- Marina Harss