Set Retired



Set Retired
this is the nth time victoria azarenka retired in a match this year?

so what happened this time? i didn’t see the match and only knew that she was leading a set up then retired. what is the problem this time?

i really think she’s talented and all, with the skills to win but it is kind of frustrating to be a fan of her, either she is gonna have a meltdown or she is gonna retire in a match.

yes she is very frustrating.. starting from the 2010 australian open she had serena beat… and then fell apart.. totally losing it… terrible

for a young girl she retires matches tooo much…
bottom line she needs a plan be from her plan A game..

and she obvioulsy needs better conditioning… so shes not sooo prone to over strain

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144 Retirement decision spinner


144 Retirement decision spinner


$110.99


This is a new set of 24 birthday stripes decision planner spinner with sticker sheet

48 Retirement decision spinner


48 Retirement decision spinner


$61.99


This is a new set of 24 birthday stripes decision planner spinner with sticker sheet

Alfred 00-36720 TRIBUTE-CB SET4D


Alfred 00-36720 TRIBUTE-CB SET4D


$69.93


Tribute is a stirring, colorful, and energetic work from one of the most highly regarded composers for concert bands. James Barnes has crafted this attractive overture as a gift for James K. Copenhaver upon his retirement from a distinguished career as Director of Bands at the University of South Carolina. By James BarnesFeatures. Series – Alfred Concert Band. Category – Concert Band. Format – Conductor Score & Parts. Instrument – Concert Band. Level – 4.5 (Medium Advanced)

Alfred 00-36720S S TRIBUTE-CB


Alfred 00-36720S S TRIBUTE-CB


$13.66


Tribute is a stirring, colorful and energetic work from one of the most highly regarded composers for concert bands. James Barnes has crafted this attractive overture as a gift for James K. Copenhaver upon his retirement from a distinguished career as Director of Bands at the University of South Carolina. By James BarnesFeatures. Series – Alfred Concert Band. Category – Concert Band. Format – Conductor Score. Instrument – Concert Band. Level – 4.5 (Medium Advanced)

Best of Blu-Ray-V02


Best of Blu-Ray-V02


$50.52


The Last Samurai Tom Cruise plays a Civil War hero who comes to Japan to fight the Samurai and ends up pledging himself to their cause. Ken Watanabe co-stars as a Samurai facing a vanishing way of life. Edward Zwick (Blood Diamond) directs this epic saga of the birth of modern Japan. The Fugitive Suspect Harrison Ford and lawman Tommy Lee Jones (Academy Award winner as 1993s Best Supporting Actor) race throught the breathless manhunt movie inspired by the class TV series. The Phantom of the Opera The stage musical sensation hauntingly comes to the screen. Gerard Butler (300) Emmy Rossum (Poseidon) and Patrick Wilson (Little Children) play the fateful love triangle that unlocks in splendor suspense and in the music of the night. Unforgiven Four 1992 Academy Awards: Best Picture; Director (Clint Eastwood); Supporting Actor (Gene Hackman) and Editor (Joel Cox). Eastwood and Morgan Freeman are retired outlaws who pick up their guns one last time to collect a bounty. Running Time: 613 min. Format: BLU-RAY DISC. Genre: DRAMA. Rating: NR. Age:085391172260. UPC:085391172260. Manufacturer No:117226

Birth of the Blues/Blue Skies


Birth of the Blues/Blue Skies


$12.8


Two classic Bing Crosby films, BIRTH OF BLUES and BLUE SKIES, on one DVD. BIRTH OF THE BLUES: As a child, Jeff Lambert (Bing Crosby) hangs out in New Orleans’ Basin Street, playing hot swing on his clarinet instead of the classics his father prefers. He’s inspired by an African-American group there and, some years later, at the turn of the century, sets out to form a jazz band of his own. With cornetist Memphis (Brian Donlevy), singer Betty Lou Cobb (Mary Martin) and trombonist Jack Teagarden (of the Original Dixieland Jazz Group, after which the story is patterned), he’s on his way.A veritable history of jazz follows. From jump and jive to sweet romanticism, half a century of popular hits is given spectacular treatment. “By the Light of the Silvery Moon” is sung in a theatre with lantern slides on the screen. Singer Ruby Elzy’s “St. Louis Blues” is backed by a chorus of eighty. And “Wait Till the Sun Shines, Nellie” brings Crosby and Martin together in a knockout duet. This bright, bouncy musical is as spirited as they come, and it features “Bing and Mary at their best.” (Louella O. Parsons, Los Angeles Examiner)BLUE SKIES: For what Fred Astaire had announced would be his last film, no expense was spared. This musical extravaganza boasts 30 Irving Berlin songs, 47 sets, sumptuous costumes, and a budget of $3,000,000. The result is sensational. (And fortunately, Astaire did not retire from films!)Dancing star Jed Potter (Astaire) and singer/nightclub owner Johnny Adams (Bing Crosby) are both in love with songstress Mary O’Hara (Joan Caulfield). She marries Johnny, but his passion for buying and selling nightclubs drives them apart. So Jed steps in, hoping to win Mary’s heart – until fate steps in and changes the lives of all three. The most outstanding number is Astaire’s famous “Puttin’ on the Ritz,” a split-screen gem with a chorus of miniature Astaires tap-dancing behind him. Designed by Astaire, it took five weeks of “back-breaking physical work” to

Bruce Sutter signed Official Major Baseball 79 CY bleed (Chicago Cubs)


Bruce Sutter signed Official Major Baseball 79 CY bleed (Chicago Cubs)


$34.95


One of the sport’s dominant relievers in the late 1970s and early 1980s, Bruce Sutter became the only pitcher to lead the National League in saves five times (1979-1982, 1984), and retired with 300 saves – at the time, the third highest total in history, behind Rollie Fingers (341) and Rich “Goose” Gossage (302), and an NL record until broken by Lee Smith in 1993; Sutter had set the NL record in 1982 with his 194th save, surpassing the mark held by Roy Face. In his first nine seasons, only Kent Tekulve made more appearances, and he saved 133 of the Chicago Cubs’ 379 wins between 1976 and 1980. In 1979, Sutter won the NL’s Cy Young Award as the league’s top pitcher. He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown in 2006. Bruce Sutter has hand signed this Official Major League Baseball with 79 CY inscription. MAB Hologram and Certificate of Authenticity from Athlon Sports. Signature/Inscription bleeding as shown, sold as is, no returns.

Bruce Sutter signed Official Major Baseball 82 WS Champs minor bleed (St. Louis Cardinals)


Bruce Sutter signed Official Major Baseball 82 WS Champs minor bleed (St. Louis Cardinals)


$43.95


One of the sport’s dominant relievers in the late 1970s and early 1980s, Bruce Sutter became the only pitcher to lead the National League in saves five times (1979-1982, 1984), and retired with 300 saves – at the time, the third highest total in history, behind Rollie Fingers (341) and Rich “Goose” Gossage (302), and an NL record until broken by Lee Smith in 1993; Sutter had set the NL record in 1982 with his 194th save, surpassing the mark held by Roy Face. In his first nine seasons, only Kent Tekulve made more appearances, and he saved 133 of the Chicago Cubs’ 379 wins between 1976 and 1980. In 1979, Sutter won the NL’s Cy Young Award as the league’s top pitcher. He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown in 2006. Bruce Sutter has hand signed this Official Major League Baseball with 82 WS Champs. MAB Hologram and Certificate of Authenticity from Athlon Sports. Signature/inscription minor bleed as shown, sold as is, no returns.

Bruce Sutter signed Official Major League Baseball 300 Saves bleed (Cubs/Cardinals/Braves)


Bruce Sutter signed Official Major League Baseball 300 Saves bleed (Cubs/Cardinals/Braves)


$34.95


One of the sport’s dominant relievers in the late 1970s and early 1980s, Bruce Sutter became the only pitcher to lead the National League in saves five times (1979-1982, 1984), and retired with 300 saves – at the time, the third highest total in history, behind Rollie Fingers (341) and Rich “Goose” Gossage (302), and an NL record until broken by Lee Smith in 1993; Sutter had set the NL record in 1982 with his 194th save, surpassing the mark held by Roy Face. In his first nine seasons, only Kent Tekulve made more appearances, and he saved 133 of the Chicago Cubs’ 379 wins between 1976 and 1980. In 1979, Sutter won the NL’s Cy Young Award as the league’s top pitcher. He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown in 2006. Bruce Sutter has hand signed this Official Major League Baseball with 300 Saves inscription. MAB Hologram and Certificate of Authenticity from Athlon Sports. Signature/Inscription bleeding as shown, sold as is, no returns.

Bulletin Bars (12 per case) - Colored Cork


Bulletin Bars (12 per case) – Colored Cork


$52.81


The Bulletin Bar consists of a tackable strip encased in a 1″ satin aluminum extrusion. Insert available in natural cork or in ReTire 100% recycled rubber. Available in a variety of lengths, bars are sold in packages of 12 with a set of 40 push pins.

Bulletin Bars (12 per case) - Colored Cork


Bulletin Bars (12 per case) – Colored Cork


$81.87


The Bulletin Bar consists of a tackable strip encased in a 1″ satin aluminum extrusion. Insert available in natural cork or in ReTire 100% recycled rubber. Available in a variety of lengths, bars are sold in packages of 12 with a set of 40 push pins.

Bulletin Bars (12 per case) - ReTire Rubber


Bulletin Bars (12 per case) – ReTire Rubber


$94.78


The Bulletin Bar consists of a tackable strip encased in a 1″ satin aluminum extrusion. Insert available in natural cork or in ReTire 100% recycled rubber. Available in a variety of lengths, bars are sold in packages of 12 with a set of 40 push pins.

Bulletin Bars (12 per case) - ReTire Rubber


Bulletin Bars (12 per case) – ReTire Rubber


$114.74


The Bulletin Bar consists of a tackable strip encased in a 1″ satin aluminum extrusion. Insert available in natural cork or in ReTire 100% recycled rubber. Available in a variety of lengths, bars are sold in packages of 12 with a set of 40 push pins.

Bulletin Bars (12 per case) - ReTire Rubber


Bulletin Bars (12 per case) – ReTire Rubber


$50.86


The Bulletin Bar consists of a tackable strip encased in a 1″ satin aluminum extrusion. Insert available in natural cork or in ReTire 100% recycled rubber. Available in a variety of lengths, bars are sold in packages of 12 with a set of 40 push pins.

Bulletin Bars (12 per case) - ReTire Rubber


Bulletin Bars (12 per case) – ReTire Rubber


$78.46


The Bulletin Bar consists of a tackable strip encased in a 1″ satin aluminum extrusion. Insert available in natural cork or in ReTire 100% recycled rubber. Available in a variety of lengths, bars are sold in packages of 12 with a set of 40 push pins.

Buy Enlarge 0-587-20404-4C12X18 Tired Sumo Wrestler- Canvas Size C12X18


Buy Enlarge 0-587-20404-4C12X18 Tired Sumo Wrestler- Canvas Size C12X18


$38.51


Tired Sumo Wrestler- Canvas Size C12X18. Our images reproduced on canvasArtist: Unknown. A weary sumo wrestler sets about to rest after a hard match, Victorious but with pillow in hand, he retires. Year: 1850

Change Of Fortune [digipak]


Change Of Fortune [digipak]


$14.27


Personnel: Dave Pirner (vocals, guitar, trumpet, keyboards, percussion); Justin Sharbono (guitar, Wurlitzer organ, Moog synthesizer, background vocals); John Fields (guitar, keyboards, percussion); Michael Bland (keyboards, drums, background vocals); Winston Roye (bass guitar, background vocals). Audio Mixers: John Fields; Paul David Hager. Recording information: Flowers; Leisuretowne; Sonic Matrimony; SPEC; Stealth; StrawBox; Waterbury; Wishbone. Photographer: Jeneen Anderson. In 2016, Dave Pirner is the last man standing in Soul Asylum. The band’s co-founder, guitarist Dan Murphy, retired in late 2012, making Pirner the band’s only original member and uncontested leader on their 11th studio album, Change of Fortune. For this album, Pirner and his new bandmates – guitarist Justin Sharbono, bassist Winston Roye, and drummer Michael Bland – have delivered an energetic set of songs that shows off the group’s pop and R & B accents as well as their more traditional mix of hard rock guitars and punk attitude. New guitarist Justin Sharbono and bassist Winston Roye play these songs well, and drummer Michael Bland knows what to do with the band’s new rhythmic diversity. Producer John Fields has given Change of Fortune a polished sound and an inviting surface, and many listeners will be intrigued by Soul Asylum’s blend of fresh but time-tested sounds on this album. ~ Mark Deming

CMON CMNRB025 Rum & Bones Second Tide Mercenaries Board Games


CMON CMNRB025 Rum & Bones Second Tide Mercenaries Board Games


$29.74


A good pirate captain is always on the lookout for some new recruits. They’ll lose some crew to scurvy, sunken ships, and in rare cases, retirement, so having a healthy supply of replacements on hand is crucial. The mercenaries heroes chest for rum and bones second tide, adds ten new heroes willing to join any faction for the right price. These heroes come with their own set of skills and special attacks. Any crew would be happy to have them on board. Contents 10 Highly-detailed plastic miniatures 10 Hero dashboards 25 Skill cards Specifications Weight: 0.77 lbs

Con-Tact 004F-C6059-06 Ultra Grip Non-Slip Shelf Liner, 20x4', Taupe


Con-Tact 004F-C6059-06 Ultra Grip Non-Slip Shelf Liner, 20×4′, Taupe


$6.94


Con-Tact Brand’s thickest padded Hold Premium rack liner sets the industry standard for a definitive in abnormal amount padded security for the heavier space requisitions of today’s shopper. Con-Civility’s Hold Premium acts as a fantastic obstruction in drawers and retires to keep utensils and plates perfect and secure. With our most recent inventive and form advance items in refined colors and examples, Con-Class Brand items proceed to lead the industry. Highlights: Size: 20″ x 4′ Color: Taupe Non-adhesive Durable and tough Easy to clean, was in cold water Non-adhesive, easy to move and position Cuts to any shape and size

Don't Be A Penguin


Don’t Be A Penguin


$18.56


Magnet includes: Mark Goodman (vocals); Moe Tucker (drums). Personnel: Mark Goodman (vocals, guitar); Maureen Tucker (vocals, drums); Bruce Hathaway (vocals); Dan Brenner (guitar, piano); Chad Swanberg, Pat Wilson (guitar); Matt Wilson (percussion, background vocals); Hub Moore (background vocals). Audio Mixers: Chad Swanberg; Peter Keppler; Ray Martin. Recording information: Excello Recording (03/1996-06/1996). When most people think of the Velvet Underground, they think of Lou Reed or John Cale. I think of Maureen Tucker. Her primitive late-’60s thump-beat drumming was an amazing innovation, as much what set the Velvets apart as Reed’s talk-singing and lurid lyrical matter or Cale’s drones (and what a pioneer she was playing in an otherwise male band). However, Tucker’s stickwork has been a rarity since the group split. Sharp-eyed fans have gobbled up her solo LPs on tiny labels, from 1981′s Playin’ Possum to 1994′s bubbling Dogs Under Stress. But outside of the Velvets’ 1993 reunion live LP, Live MCMXCIII, she’s mostly stuck to guitar and vocals on her records. So it’s surprising, welcome news that Washington D.C. singer/songwriter Mark Goodman coaxed Tucker out of studio-drumming retirement for this Magnet album. Tucker loved a tape Goodman mailed her, so the mother of five traveled from her Savannah, GA, home to her old stomping grounds, New York, to record with him last year. Her floor-tom-flavored rhythm is an unmistakable pleasure, as Goodman’s nice, raw voice and scratchy, busy, soloing guitar adds a diversified pop dimension to a Velvets-like pulse on cuts such as “Julie.” Tucker also reprises her horribly charming “Afterhours” voice on “Summer and Winter,” a real favorite thanks to her and Goodman’s seductiveness in tandem, and she also does spoken word on the title track. Everything you liked about the “Beginning to See the Light” and “There She Goes Again” Velvets is here, and that’s saying a lot. ~ Jack Rabid

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