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PostPosted: Sun Jan 24, 2010 8:21 pm
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Dr. No wrote:
what part of your own words you don't understand :?: :!: :roll: :roll: :roll:
    pryuen wrote:
    He said it VERY EXPLICITLY to Yang Lan that he made that comparison cos by doing so, ....


Yeah he made that comaprison, SO WHAT ???? :?: :?: :?:

As I explained, he is not trying to compare the achievement and impact of Deng Xiaoping's open door economic reforms to his running his Shanghai franchise to bring about revolutionary changes to the Chinese basketball systems.

He used it to make himself feel PSYCHOLOGICALLY BALANCED as he thought the difficulties and frustration that he faced and will face in running his franchise in the current bureaucracy of CBA will become NOT WORTH MENTIONING AND INSIGNIFANT compared to the MAGNITUDE of difficulties and frustration that Deng Xiaoping faced when he advocated/implemented the open door economic policy.


牛皮灯笼,点极都唔明 !!!! :roll:


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 24, 2010 8:25 pm
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pryuen wrote:
Dr. No wrote:
what part of your own words you don't understand :?: :!: :roll: :roll: :roll:
    pryuen wrote:
    He said it VERY EXPLICITLY to Yang Lan that he made that comparison cos by doing so, ....

[size=14]Yeah he made that comaprison, SO WHAT ???? :?: :?: :?:
so, it shows
    a lack of knowledge of history / proportion.
it is the dizzying height of illusion of grandeur, placing his activities in the same context as DXP's historic economic reforms.

shame on Yao Ming


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 24, 2010 8:31 pm
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Dr. No wrote:

so, it shows
    a lack of knowledge of history / proportion.
it is the dizziing height of illusion of grandeur, placing his activities in the same context as DXP's historic economic reforms.

shame on Yao Ming


WHICH part of this Cantonese idiom you don't understand???? :roll:

pryuen wrote:

牛皮灯笼,点极都唔明 !!!!


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 24, 2010 8:40 pm
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don't digress, stay on course.

what part of your own words you don't understand :?: :!: :roll: :roll: :roll:
    pryuen wrote:
  • He said he sometimes compared the difficulties he encountered in running/managing the team
      to the difficulties that Deng Xiaoping encountered when he advocated the open door economic reform policy for China back in 1978. :shock: :shock:

  • pryuen wrote:
    He said it VERY EXPLICITLY to Yang Lan that he made that comparison :roll: cos by doing so :roll: :roll: , ....


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 24, 2010 8:48 pm
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Dr. No wrote:
don't digress, stay on course.

what part of your own words you don't understand :?: :!: :roll: :roll: :roll:


I'm not digressing and I'm staying on course.

It is just that you're
AS STUBBORN AS A MULE, which is EXACTLY what the Cantonese idiom I posted meant. :roll:

Or I should say AS STUBBORN AS AN @$$????
:P


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 24, 2010 10:16 pm
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Yaorule's continued sleight-of-hand diversionary tatics to digress means only one thing.
    He lost the argument.
get back on course
pryuen wrote:
Yeah, Yao Ming made that comaprison, SO WHAT ???? :?:
So, it shows
    his lack of knowledge of history / proportion, as well as
    his illusion of grandeur.
it is the dizzying height of illusion of grandeur, placing his activities in the same context as DXP's historic / transcendent economic reforms.

shame on Yao Ming :( ; he needs to get some sense of perspective :!:


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 24, 2010 10:45 pm
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Dr. No wrote:
he needs to get some sense of perspective :!:


WHO is the one digressing and diverting??? :?: :?: :?:

You're the ONE that had not got the sense of perspective.


Big Yao was referring to the ENORMITY/MAGNITUDE of challenges, difficulties, oppositions, criticisms, hurdles that Deng Xiaoping faced when he advocated/implemented the open door economic reform policy.

And Yao Ming said compared to that kind of
ENORMITY/MAGNITUDE, the challenges, difficulties, oppositions, criticisms, hurdles that he faced/will face in running his Shanghai franchise is
NOT WORTH MENTIONING 微不足道.....

And by making such comparison, he felt much at ease and psychologically balanced and become brave enough to meet all the challenges, difficulties, oppositions, criticisms, hurdles that he will face in future.

WHY IS IT SO HARD FOR YOU TO UNDERSTAND, STUBBORN @$$??? :roll:


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 25, 2010 8:36 am
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again, what part of your own words you don't understand. :roll: :?:
    pryuen wrote:
    And by making such comparison, he felt......
the dizzying height of illusion of grandeur, comparing
  • owning a regional basketball team to
  • implementing China's transcendent economic reforms with global impacts
Yaorule, stop being such a parrot, use your brain. just because Yao Ming is your hero, it doesn't mean that he can't do no wrong.

Yao is definitelty wrong in making that absurd analogy.


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 25, 2010 9:45 am
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Dr. No wrote:

blah blah blah.......


YOU'RE JUST HELPLESS...... as stubborn as an @$$ !!! :roll:

Big Yao was not trying to compare the ACHIEVEMENT & IMPACT of Deng Xiaoping's open door economic reform policy to what he might achieve in future by bringing about revolutionary changes to the Chinese basketball systems.

WHY ARE YOU SO DUMB & STUPID NOT TO REALIZE THIS???? :roll:


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