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    Yuzu earns ISU more revenue than they deserve

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  1. It's worse than the yuna situation. People forget yuna could only jump 4 types of triples; sal, toe, flip and lutz. Yuna could not jump triple loop and took it out for nearly her entire senior career. She has never landed 3lo consistently throughout her entire skating career. She only had 4 triples up her arsenal. Thus she was many points behind in BV than adelina sotnikova at sochi. Not to mention Yuna never had the athletic ability to ever attempt 3A or quads competitively. However Yuzu and Nathan's case is VERY different. Yuzu and Nathan can both only jump 4 types o
  2. Seems like they intentionally filmed Yuzu's segment the longest. We need to retweet this tweet loads so their social media manager knows Yuzu is loved 👏👏😎😎
  3. So glad we get to see Yuzu compete in the next decade too! I am so glad we can see Yuzu compete past the 2020 mark! We are so blessed! Let's enjoy all the time we left we have with Yuzu competing for Japan! May the next decade be a happy, healthy decade for Yuzu! May he achieve everything he wants to achieve and more, both in his personal life and in his public life!
  4. No offence but sort of criticizing Yuzu's humility and recycling and ending your point with praising Zhenya for trying new programs and for Zhenya being honest, courageous does not sound very good in a Hanyu fan forum. For a split second I thought I was reading a Zhenya fan post in a Zhenya fan forum.... 😟 I know you like Zhenya but criticizing a whole list things about Yuzu and then ending with a whole list of things Zhenya is doing great does not sound very good when they are put together. It almost seems like you are comparing Yuzu with Zhenya and saying Zhenya is better.
  5. Hi guys. Just a quick question Is "yuzu" and "yuzuru" specifically only a name in japan? Like have you guys seen foreigners use that name ever? If I ever have a son when I'm older I want to name him "yuzu" or "yuzuru" But I'm not Japanese. Would that be weird to name your child like that in countries outside japan?
  6. I'm talking specifically about biological age. As with ankles, I have less clue. The biological age is actually imprinted in the DNA. The information theory of aging suggests that the the information of the DNA is not lost, but as we get older, it is not read in the same way as when we were younger. I am really curious as to what Yuzu's biological age is in regards to this. He looks much younger than his peers his age.
  7. Yuzu's age is coming up alot so I am going to have to discuss the biology of aging. David sinclair is a Harvard professor of aging. He has published researches on the fact that not all individuals age at the same rate. Also your chronological age does not automatically equal your biological age. The speed of aging of an individual depends on: 1. Genetics 2. How many calories you consume. The less calories you eat, the slower the speed of aging 3. How much exercise you do. (The more the better)
  8. OMG so elated with the news that google put up Yuzuru Hanyu at Times Square, NYC. The billboard was on top of the Broadway sign OMG I definitely think we need to tag Google, or let them know via twitter, facebook, youtube etc that we really appreciate this and that we want to see more of it. Also, if people have the time, they can send customer feedback to Google for free to let them know we really appreciate them for putting up Yuzuru Hanyu on the Times Square billboard at NYC https://www.google.com/tools/feedback/intl/en
  9. He seems to have lost confidence in himself... Like J Nats I understand, but GPF should not have been a competition that made Yuzu feel so down. Life is strange When ISU keeps underscoring Yuzuru to make him retire early it only fires up Yuzu more, thereby, ironically ISU is extending his planned competition life expectancy. Wondering if ISU is purposely doing this, or is unaware of the side effect they are causing.
  10. Translating some golden ticketing tips for 2020 4CC found on Japanese Fanyu twitter! The 1 Day ticket sales are released on 2nd January at 1 pm (KST) The Gold seats that are available A1 ~ A5 is available (A1, A2 are presumably reserved for sponsors and VIPS) A6 ~ A7 seats are also available Silver B6 ~ B7, B15 ~ B17 are also available (B15 is presumably the skaters / VIP seat) Hope this helps! @geumna first posted it and then Japanese fanyus started circulating it around my timeline! So it's trustworthy info
  11. I think it also helped Zhenya was almost insanely consistent for the first 2 senior seasons. Insanely consistent. Almost non-human. It was what made her unbeatable for nearly 2 years. Whereas Yuzu has never had 2 seasons where he was always so consistent (probably because Yuzu jumps quads, and it is much harder to be insanely consistent with quads).
  12. Translating some golden ticketing tips for 2020 4CC found on Japanese Fanyu twitter! The 1 Day ticket sales are released on 2nd January at 1 pm (KST) The Gold seats that are available A1 ~ A5 is available (A1, A2 are presumably reserved for sponsors and VIPS) A6 ~ A7 seats are also available Silver B6 ~ B7, B15 ~ B17 are also available (B15 is presumably the skaters / VIP seat) Hope this helps! @geumna first posted it and then Japanese fanyus started circulating it around my timeline! So it's trustworthy info
  13. Agreed. To be honest, I would rather stan Yuzu who has ups and downs but still consistently podiums, than stan someone like Zhenya who won nearly every single competition for 2 years straight, and started losing competitions and placing off podiums all of a sudden (I respect her, but just as an analogy) Yuzu never dominated the senior circuit like Zhenya did during her first 2 senior circuits. Zhenya was almost unbeatable, but Yuzu never was. And that's why I was so attracted to Yuzu, because he seems, real, human, yet electrifying, and brilliant even during his worst days (J Nats
  14. I completely agree. The media treated Yuzu as if the 2018 Olympic gold medal made Yuzuru invincible. Also the fact that Yuzu won all the Grand Prixs except GPF after PC olympics solidified the narrative around his "invincible" status. He has been so consistent after PC olympics, way better than he was before PC olympics in terms of consistency. But sometimes Yuzu is human too. What I didn't like is how some media reacted to his Silver at Saitama Worlds, Torino GPF and 2019 Nationals. Yuzu has always won 2 silver medals per season before PC olympics, but somehow they act as if
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