Jrod’s book

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He claims it’s got better spelling and grammar than the website, but he’s put ‘disrepsective’ on the page where he’s selling the thing, so do you trust him on that?

The writer of Cricket With Balls gives us The Year Of The Balls 2008: a cricket disrespective. Part with your hard-earned and support the man.

We thought about doing a book once, but we Ctrl-C, Ctrl-Ved our way to a standstill. Writing books is hard, even if you’ve already done all the writing.


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  1. So you get your name on the back, along with the great Gideon Haigh, but exactly sandwiched in between is a statement that says IN NO UNCERTAIN TERMS that JRod is a better cricket blogger than you.

    This is bloody typical of English cricket. Some Strayan comes along and says “I’m better than some Englishman”, and the Englishman just accepts it. FIGHT BACK, King. Say it’s not so. Change your comment from “Cricket With Balls…They know what they’re doing” to “Cricket With Balls… The useless whingeing losers.” Or something.

  2. We hate the word ‘blog’ and therefore don’t consider ourself a ‘cricket blogger’. That’s our story and we’re sticking to it.

    Also, it’s his book. If you can’t talk yourself up on the back of your own book, where can you do it?

    In Morrison’s? We think you’ll find that they ask you to leave because you’re irritating the cashiers if you do that.

  3. If you are not a blog, KC, how come you have listed yourself on jrod’s list of blogs?

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