Serena Williams wahh wahh !

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  1. Sean Carlisle

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    She fraudulently played the race card just like her bitter old Joe Jackson like father did years back. Williams fabricated the statement that the heckler used the "n" word and if the fan had any self respect he'd sue the witch for slander.

    Not to mention that, fragile as it is, we still have the first amendment in effect in America so contrary to popular misnomer using the horrid (sarcastic) "n" word or any other word for that matter is perfectly legal- not that he said it. From my experience African Americans predictably lie to no end and Serena is typical in that.
     
  2. jaxvid

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    How could she resist playing the N-card, and why? It works every time. Even caught in the lie there will be no pain for her, in fact most would defend her on the basis that the fan was probably "thinking" it anyway. I don't know why every black person in the country doesn't start every day off with accusing every white person they meet of racism and then claiming it at work and filing a lawsuit. White people never tire of giving in to the black mail so why should black people ever stop? [​IMG]
     
  3. sunshine

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    What Serena pulled is like yelling fire in a crowded theater. Classless but expected.
     
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    Fill in the details..what happened? Saw about the last five seconds on the story watching Espn the other day, what was the controversy?
     
  5. Colonel_Reb

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    Here's what happened and some new news about her. I want to know when Negro became a racial slur.
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    *The Sony Ericson Open heckler who was tossed out of the venue for taunting Serena Williams has denied that he used racial slurs against the tennis champ, as she has claimed.
    Williams said the man, 51-year-old Donald Winton, jeered her non-stop during her third-round match against Lucie Safarova, which she eventually won 6-3, 6-4. According to Williams, he said: "Hit the net like any Negro would."

    Hinton told the Miami Herald he said no such thing.
    'I said she was lazy, that she didn't run for balls -- stuff like that -- but I did not say the N-word or use any racial language," he maintains.

    Fans and security staff, however, confirmed that the man heckled Williams inappropriately, tournament director Adam Barrett said. Winton was issued a no-trespass warning from Miami-Dade police.
    "They told me I said derogatory remarks and made her feel uncomfortable, and that's why I had to leave," Winton told The Herald.
    In addition to the alleged use of "Negro," Williams said Winton barked comments about her level of play. Due to the small crowd in the stadium for her late-afternoon match, Williams said she could hear the heckler between points and during them.
    "Every time I missed a shot or a serve, he would say, 'That's the way to do it,'" she said. "He was calling, 'Foot fault.' He was saying, 'Hit in the net.' ... I mean, who does this? That's so elementary. You don't do this on a professional level."

    Winton told the Herald in response: "I'm at my wit's end about this. I didn't say a word the whole first set; ... in the second set I said some stuff and I guess she didn't like it, but I didn't say what she said I said."
    At press time, Serena Williams (13) was facing 14th ranked Shahar Peer of Israel in a semi-final match.

    In other Serena news regarding race, the tennis star says she will continue to boycott the Indian Wells (California) tournament. despite rules making participation mandatory.

    The Williams family says they were victims of racially-motivated boos from the crowd after Serena's older sister Venus withdrew from the tournament just before a semifinal match against her younger sibling in 2001.

    "I can guarantee you the chances of getting me to Indian Wells are slim to none, unless â€â€￾ I'm not going to go back. I have no interest in going. It's just how I feel. And I think anyone that went through what I went through would feel a similar position," Serena said Wednesday.
    The new WTA Tour rules, announced Tuesday and taking effect in 2009, require players to participate in four events â€â€￾ Indian Wells, Key Biscayne and new tournaments in Madrid and Beijing. Top-10 players who miss mandatory tournaments will be subject to suspensions and larger fines than in the past. Larry Scott, chief executive of the WTA Tour, said there would be no exceptions.
    Serena Williams said she needed to "have a sit-down and powwow with Larry Scott, because we haven't had a chance to talk about it."
     
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    That's the way i see it, too. When something works, why not keep on doing it? A good strategy may be to just ignore the charges and dismiss them as baseless. Or for whites to do it ad nauseum to blacks until they get sick and tired of it.
     
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    Williams just won the Key Biscayne Tournament and will climb back from rank 140 last year to rank 11 next week. Seems like Williams is back.
     
  8. Sean Carlisle

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    She's back but it would be refreshing if she would get past being "black" and get the chip off her shoulder. I don't see that happening since as commenters already aptly stated, she will use what has worked for her.
     
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    Yes, she certainly seems to "cycle" doesn't she. [​IMG]
     
  10. Colonel_Reb

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    Thats just sick Darwin. [​IMG]
     
  11. C Darwin

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    No... not that cycle, this cycle
     
  12. Colonel_Reb

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    Ah, ok. Thats a little better, but not much.[​IMG]
     
  13. Sean Carlisle

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    Luck for her they don't require hormone testing in women's tennis. If they did she would probably be required to play with the men due to her high testosterone level.
     
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    Who are the a-holes responsible for those two hutus being ranked so oddly and so low? They still,unfortunately continue to win.

    Has to be baby daddy Richard, demanding it,so as to make the other players think that because they're ranked so low, they must not be any good anymore.And you can bet there's more than a few Politically Correct traitors that are more than willing to help them.

    BROTHERS AND SISTERS:

    THOSE CONGOID RACISTS CRYBABIES ARE NOWHERE NEAR PAST THEIR PEAKS YET!!!! SHOW THEM NO MERCY OR SYMPATHY WHATSOEVER!!!! NO SYMPATHY FOR THE DEVILS!!!!
     
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    &lt;/SPAN&gt;Serena Williams said she needed to "have a sit-down and powwow with Larry Scott, because we haven't had a chance to talk about it." </div>[/QUOTE]



    A "POW WOW"?

    And obviously,no one will criticize the shemale ,about how racist that is against "Native Americans".
     
  16. Freedom

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    Serena Williams is probably so juiced that she can take a piss standing up by now. She is the ugliest thing I've ever seen. Edited by: Freedom
     
  17. Kaptain

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    Serenas at it again. I just wish her opponents would call her out on her behavior like she calls them out for stupid reasons. A quick summary of the latest drama. As her Spanish opponent charged the net, Serena lazered a shot back that was headed straight for her face (Serena has a reputation for aiming at opponents bodies - a legal play but considered unsportsmanly). The ball bounce off her opponents wrist as she raised it in defense though in real-time speed it appeared to hit her racket. The ball bounced on Serena's side scoring a point for the Spainerd. Any ball hitting the body is normally a dead ball the lost point. The chair didn't see it hit the body and Spainerd didn't admit to it. Serena was so upset that the Spainerd didn't admit it that she threatened to "get her in the locker room." Not admiting the ball hit you is considered unsportsmanly, but not illegal. How could someone have the gaul to aim person's face and then accuse that person of "cheating" when the opponent doesn't admit it the infraction. Why should an opponent who just got aimed at and should be upset be sportmanly and admit an infraction? Totally ridiculous. You think Serena would ever give an opponent such a break? Hell no. Especially one that just shot a lazer at her face.

    BTW, it looks like Serena needs to shave her face. Her steroids are causing her to grow facial hair.

    Here's a link - the mainstream media isn't reporting the lockeroom threat: Serena's newest dramaEdited by: Kaptain Poop
     
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    I read about this incident on the Yahoo website front page. With all the hoopla and drama that Williams was causing, I assumed she must have lost the march -- but she won, and she's still whining! Totally wrong, totally unsportsmanlike and very unbecoming of a young lady.

    I've said it before (not necessarily here), but the Williams sisters (including their father, but Serena in particular) are moderately talented athletes who enhance whatever advantage they have with unfair racial card-playing, typical black excuse-making when they lose, holding opponents to standards that they themselves could never hope to live by.

    Take a look at Martina Navratalova's career. Loud, brash, and an obvious switch-hitter, but no one ever accused her of being a cheat, a race-baiter, a roid-freak or a poor sport.

    In short, Martina would have demolished either Williams AND their dad, and what would these pillars of society say then? They'd come up with an excuse or racial accusation of course. The Williams sisters are bad for the sport of tennis. A total embarrassment -- they ought to be ashamed; but, being black, always a victim, etc, they're incapable of this simple human impulse of the conscience. Win, maybe. In my eyes, though, L-O-S-E-R-S.
     
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    I read the Yahoo story too, no mention of any threats in the story. Funny how a topic opened years ago will never be out of date since the whinning will never stop. It may be poor sportsmanship not to admit being hit with the ball but if you win anyway you should let it drop. I'm still waiting for the black female takeover of tennis started by the Williams sisters, and the black takeover of golf due to Tiger Wood's popularity, and the black takeover of hockey due to Ignalia and the ........
     
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    If the "threats" Serena alluded to were like 99.9% of any typical black person's threats, they would have probably gone along the lines of some neck-rolling, snapping, "uh-huh"ing, flexing (in the case of males) an eventual staredown that leads to nowhere, and perhaps a .25 pistol being whipped out and emptied in the white person's stomach, and when the police get there, the black perp calls everyone racist. Else, a gang of about ten blacks jumps one white. Take your pick.
     
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    If she whines this much when she wins, imagine how much she'll whine when she gets beat. I actually enjoy it. She seems so classless, so dumb. I can't wait to hear her when she loses.
     
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    These two drag queens are burning out and fading. Serena's career is almost over and she knows it. Outside of this racket, no one wants to talk to her and she goes home a nobody. People that have nothing but a career have breakdowns when they find themselves without that career anymore. These sisters are ugly and they know it and that bothers them as much as anything.Edited by: Maple Leaf
     
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    "I just have no respect for anybody who can't play a professional game and just be really professional out here."Â￾

    What a line from Williams. Williams' exaggerated grunts on sitter volleys is about as poor sportsmanship and unprofessional as you can get. It's not a grunt as a result of exertion, it's way beyond that. Its actually taunting. It's crazy to see a person actually carrying out a very, very prolonged grunt to emphasize a take that moment. Even the ultimate Serena supporter, Mary Carillo, has made note of it. The NBA and NFL have personal fouls for taunting, I'm not sure if professional tennis has any policies dealing with taunting.

    The other players are probably all too aware and frustrated of the situation, but not dare speak up. Here is a player that spoke out about a young opponent's screams during a match. If players were not throttled when it comes to voicing the same kind of comments towards Williams maybe a record would have been established and Williams would not so readily try to take the high road.

    Video of player frustrated with opponent's unnecessary noise level:

    http://www.rolandgarros.com/en_FR/news/interviews/2009-05-29/200905291243603108465.html
     
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    Mary Carillo is such a smug feminist. Martina Navratilovais another who can be insufferable though she does offer some good analysis at times.

    Mary Jo Fernandez is my favorite female tennis announcer. She doesn't seem to have an agenda, and she's feminine in appearance and mannerisms, the lattertraitsnot beingespecially common among female tennis players, especially American ones.

    As for Serena, the media will overlook just about anything she, her sister, and their father do, while giving the sisters endless favorable hype.
     
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    For those times when the Caste System gets us down,try to considerfive or ten years down the road. There will be no top black tennis players, most likely no top black hockey players, Tiger's complete lack of "coattails" has proven conclusively that blacks are terrible at golf (the most popular sport among them after football and basketball), boxing will still be white dominated from the middle weights up, and there will most likely be even fewer top U.S. black players in baseball than there are now, and hopefully fewer hispanics as their "domination" is as contrived as that of blacks in football through biased scouting, media propaganda, and affirmative action.

    The influx of Europeans into the NBA will still be controlled, but their percentage is likely to continue to slowly grow, with more of them becoming stars. That leaves the relatively minor sport of sprinting (which however is very important in maintaining pro-Caste propaganda), and good old football. If grassroots awareness of the Caste System in football keeps growing, no matter how modest it is now eventually it will reach the point where there will be a reaction to the decades-long screwing of white football players.
     

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