lol no but I believe they describe certain stereotypes quite well, that's why I'm using them. Never really got into D&D though.
It sounded like you had played the games, that's all. Back when I played games like Icewind Dale and Baldur's Gate, I didn't bother much when I had to choose the character's nature. Chaotic Evil sounded good though, haha.
I don't like Barca games. It's not because I'm biased due to being a Madrid fan, but because their play style completely destroys the opposing team's play. I fall asleep watching them pass the ball forever without letting the other team play as well. I find matches like Madrid vs United far more interesting, as both teams have about equal possession and the game is thus more dynamic and interesting. It really says a lot when Barca has 72% possession against Madrid, but only has 5 shots, and 2 on target. On the other side Madrid has 14 shots and 6 on target. The latest Madrid win was in addition a "B team" that faced Barca, due to Mourinho resting a few key players. Ronaldo only played from the 57th minute, and only came on because it was 1-1. I think Mourinho would have put him on sometime during the match regardless of the result however. He also rested Özil, who is a mandatory player against Barca. These two not playing for 57 minutes, and the latter not at all, is already a huge downgrade for Madrid's team.
Milan has the tie in their pocket now. If they do everything right, they will advance. An equally solid defense as Madrid has, or they had in their previous match against Barca will be enough. In addition if they score once, Barca will have to score four to advance. It's not impossible for Barca to score four against Milan, but it's very unlikely given how well Milan defended against them previously. Lastly, Barca has conceded at least one goal over ten matches in a row. I don't want to get too optimistic. Normally Barca should dominate Milan easily, and could score three without conceding. But Milan does have the tie in their hands.
Last edited by Nuno; March 04, 2013 at 12:09 PM.
That was a PK with Adriano that wasn't called
I already mentioned that. About time Barca gets a call against them. However to be frank, I didn't see the 100% obvious penalty. It looked rather cheap on the replays...
Freekicks are given more lightly than penalty kicks, so that's only logical. Freekicks are also often given easily when there's been a lot of heat to slow down play and give out a signal that it's getting out of hand. Just like many offences can lead to a yellow card even if the yellow card episode isn't too big. Penalties are either given or not. People talked about a clear penalty kick, but to me it looked really cheap on the replays. I even found the yellow card for filming somewhat justified. Maybe I should recheck them. Even if it was a penalty it doesn't really matter. A tie is already a win against Barca, and like I said, Barca has had enough calls going for them.
BARCA IS SUX AND MESSI OVERRATES!!!
I don't know what a yard means, nor am I going to google it.
It's three feet. Okay, fine...a meter
I'm super pumped for tonight's match against MU. I don't have a high expectation for Madrid to win, since I believe Man U is more or less at the top of their performance lately, but I'm going to be really happy if Madrid wins tonight.
Go to the Sports section, Dora!
How's your busy day?