Saturday, March 26, 2011

What The World Needs Now...

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  1. Still hands down one of the most beautiful performances I've ever set eyes on. Guh.

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  2. "This is everything good about translating a famous ballet to the ice."

    Uh. For once, I don't feel like there is any exaggeration for the purpose of sounding excited on television. I mean, I'm even going to have to agree. I hate agreeing with commentary (other than when Dick Button cringes at ugly positions).

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  3. One of the greatest pieces of choreography + skating of the last decade. Shen & Zhao = perfection.

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  4. I'm logging in from Japan, and this brought tears to my eyes, though for no certain reason. I guess I just needed to see something wonderful like this to soothe my soul after more than two weeks of stress and heartaches.

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  5. Watching these two over their long career has been one of my favorite parts of being a skating fan. This one was absolute perfection. Sad to think that his injury must have been a short time after this.

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  6. One of my all-time favorite pairs. There's just something so endearing about them (in addition to their magnificent skating).

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  7. I was lucky enough to see this performance in person and was one of those people standing up before it was over. True skating royalty. I love this pair so much.

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  8. SIGH they were perfection.

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  9. there's a special place in my heart for programs that manage to transcend the IJS; there's been like a dozen of them all this while

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  10. Who choreographed this for them?

    This program will be remembered forever, like Lu Chen's worlds performance in '96, or Michelle Kwan's '98 nationals performances.

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