Someone really did utter the words "good luck" to me as he sent me off onto the R train, back into the abyss of the internet.
And there were people who thoroughly disappointed me, too, and because I'm a human, there were occasional tears shed in the process.
Fergus Mc Fadden (hamstring) is doubtful, so too is James Ryan (foot), who had an excellent game against the Kings.
It read: “Leinster Rugby can confirm that Cian Healy was asked to leave Sunday’s afternoon’s flight from Port Elizabeth to Cape Town.
“The issue related to a misunderstanding around the use of a laptop during the approach to take off.
She said that it wasn't the terrifying mid-1990s AOL chat room that I imagined it to be, and that it was an excellent way, if nothing else, to get the confirmation that there were human males on the planet. Someone really did bring his entire posse of bros along with him on a date.
noncommittal, and it posed the option to state what you were looking for: A friend? Someone really did believe "want to listen to a podcast with me?
Ireland captain Rory Best could miss the November test series matches against South Africa, Argentina and Fiji after a training injury with Ulster was diagnosed as a hamstring tear. Best had yet to play for Ulster this season, scheduled to return at the end of the month after touring with the Lions to New Zealand during the summer.
A scan confirmed the tear and he will now miss several Pro14 matches as well as his province’s opening two fixtures in this season’s Champions Cup next month against Wasps and La Rochelle.
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“We know it was higher than it is going to be in Bloemfontein so it was good for them to feel the initial shock to the system but after that they went, ‘it’s okay, we are fit enough and we can adapt to this.’ That was primarily the reason behind it.” Dempsey has personal experience of playing at altitude dating back to 2004 when he lined out for an Ireland team that took on the Springboks in Bloemfontein, admitting that, “it does impact on you in the latter stages of a game.” However, he claimed that Leinster would not look to slow down the game in a bid to conserve energy for the last 20-minutes of the match.
“No, certainly not, we’re happy with how our game plan is set up so we are not going to adapt for that (as) we feel our fitness levels are strong enough.
I went through a vicious cycle of deleting and undeleting my account, ultimately deciding that the only option was to have hope.