A TEST Match (like The Ashes) consists of 5 Tests... ..each one lasting Several DAYS and they play for HOURS... it's not a matter of time... ...but a set number of "OVERS" that's why they have to take TEA Breaks & LUNCH (fercrysake!)
Originally Posted By: MrBWTF is an "over"? Dave The Objective of the Game is to Retire the Batsman (Get him to make An "OUT") This can be achieved by: 1) A Fielder catching a fly ball 2) A retrieved ball is returned to the wi
Originally Posted By: AusMacNot entirely accurate Cel. There is the ashes, which is test cricket. The ashes, is one aspect of test cricket which is solely a contest between Australia and England. Then there is the world series of ODI's (One Day I
Originally Posted By: MrBWTF is an "over"? Dave A Bowler's (pitcher's) turn @ Bowling (throwing) the Ball (which consists of 6 throws) which doesn't seem like much (and in BaseBall it isn't) however Peter is right about "The Enduran
Not entirely accurate Cel. There is the ashes, which is test cricket. A five day game that occasionally gets shortened to three. The word, test, signifies endurance. The ashes, is one aspect of test cricket which is solely a contest between Australia
...and YES, MrB... It can be said of BOTH Games that you can learn the rules in a single afternoon, yet take A LIFETIME To "KNOW" THE GAME. The more you watch the more the rules of the game (or in this case Cricket "LAWS") sin
lol 'e's gone missing (again) withoutadoubt face buried in the TV watching the 3rd Test Day 3 WHAT FUN! Fan participation is as much a part of the game as attending a LIVE showing of "ROCKY HORROR" Typing with my back to the TV
My dad was a St. Louis Cardinal then KC Royal baseball fan. I never played it as a lad as I was on the farm and my dad wouldn't bring us in to town to play. Our school didn't have it. So I never much got into it. But last year, I happened to be talk
Back To Topic I refuse to watch movies that I come across in the middle, even if I've seen the movie/know the ending. Generally I also have no interest in sports (other than Aussie Rules Football ("Footie")) unless it's the culmination (
Originally Posted By: John RougeuxQuote:When you share your network, all of your Facebook (FB, Tech30) friends as well as your Skype and Outlook.com contacts will be able to automatically log onto your Wi-Fi network when their Windows 10 PCs are in r
Originally Posted By: RebootHe didn't post the right link. The one he posted is a video about something else. http://money.cnn.com/2015/07/30/technology/windows10-wifi-sense/ Don't know how the link got flubbed. But thanks for getting it straight.
Quote:When you share your network, all of your Facebook (FB, Tech30) friends as well as your Skype and Outlook.com contacts will be able to automatically log onto your Wi-Fi network when their Windows 10 PCs are in range. With Wi-Fi Sense, they don't
Quote:For those that want to burn a DVD or USB stick and DIY; https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10ISO Handy to have around anyway. That's the method I used -- it worked great with BootCamp Assistant making the USB installer.
This is interesting: Why this Windows 10 feature is freaking everyone out Quote:Windows 10 includes a new feature called Wi-Fi Sense, which is making some folks uneasy. Wi-Fi Sense allows you to automatically log your friends onto your Wi-Fi network
In the process of ghosting a spare HP laptop, in case I or it doesn't like 10. Quote:the suggestion I've seen most regarding the "Something Happened" error is that people get it when they try to upgrade their "less than authentic"
It's been puzzling to me why victims' families decide that they need a lawyer when they have one in the prosecutors office. But the Dubose family has rather changed the game plan in that they have hired Mark O'Mara to represent them and get some mone
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