Matt Prior’s reduced weight jogging

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“I believe it’s jogging – or yogging. It might be a soft J, I’m not sure. But apparently you just run for an extended period of time.”

Cricinfo today. We’ve written about anti-gravity for them. They seemed okay with that.

Needless to say, Graham Gooch’s moustache gets a mention as well. That bit’s not gravity-related though.


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  1. You’ve got this one badly wrong, KC.

    You are imagining the appliance of science, whereas in fact the England management are trying to turn back the clock and are striving for artistic excellence.

    If you doubt my word, please explain why England cricketers in 1970’s style cricket whites are prancing around pretending to play musical instruments in this little retro number:

    (You need to get past the mandatory advert and about 75 seconds into the main vid).

    1. We were just thinking to ourself: “Man, this is going to be a LOOOOONG 75 seconds and even at the end of it, part of our reward will be seeing the world’s most obnoxious twat making a guest appearance,” when suddenly we spotted a stuffed animal.

      Why didn’t you think to warn us? We just had to set aside 49 minutes for foetal position weeping.

    2. Oh that’s not our full daily quota. It was just what was earned by that one sighting.

  2. “Alex Bowden dusts off his physics textbooks” says cricinfo. This means that there has been a prolonged period of time you had just let them collect dust, never opening them. This is quite a shock to me – I had always imagined you starting your day with Quantum Physics and moving toward more esoteric things later in the day, like the Duckworth-Lewis system. As a physicist, I am disappointed with these revelations.

    1. Isn’t the dark arts marketing, pr and branding? Like brand of cricket not marking cows

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