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Member since Feb-28-07 · Last seen Jul-05-15
I get paid to be suspicious, when there's nothing to be suspicious about!

--wilfred Brimley, from "The Client"

   HeMateMe has kibitzed 31557 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-05-15 Dortmund (2015) (replies)
HeMateMe: Looks like the Fabster has opened up some distance here...
   Jul-05-15 Robert James Fischer
HeMateMe: The truth has been hidden for years, but it recently came out that during his draft board interview Fischer blurted out "They're ALL COMMIES to me!", when asked what he knew about Vietnam. Fearing that Bob would likely try to shoot South Vietnam troops as well as the NV regulars, ...
   Jul-05-15 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
HeMateMe: The beaded Williams', 1998. Serena was 16. They play tomorrow at Wimbledon. Folks will root for Venus, coming back from an autoimmune disease. < >
   Jul-05-15 Jeremy Lim (replies)
HeMateMe: You're right, it's Kenny Smith on TNT. The photo didn't look familiar, when I was reading the story.
   Jul-05-15 P Foo
HeMateMe: "Foo are you,? Do-Do, Do-Do!"
   Jul-05-15 Kenneth Rogoff (replies)
HeMateMe: <ljfyffe:> I like it! "Anything your pimp can do, my pimp can do better."
   Jul-05-15 Caruana vs Hou Yifan, 2015
HeMateMe: A lot of work for white, and it looked risky. He never did get his DSB into the game.
   Jul-04-15 Mariya Muzychuk
HeMateMe: The Chessbase article was a little vague--is there a firm bid by Lvov to host her match v. Hou, in March 2016? Prize money?
   Jul-03-15 Viktor Korchnoi (replies)
HeMateMe: I don't think Kramnik and Anand are 'disputed,' but they aren't given the full respect that the other champions are given, in this article. I never considered Topalov world champion just because he won some B.S. consolidating tournament, set up to clean up the mess made by ...
   Jul-03-15 Nigel Short (replies)
HeMateMe: The hedge fund managers swooped in and bought up all of Greece's exorbitant interest rate debt. What if they default on that? I guess returns will be hurt, for those who invest in risky derivative funds. Maybe it's better to just let Greece leave the euro. After ten years of ...
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