posted by Osman Osman from Mauritius on September 03, 2013 1:00 PM
Three deegers of Heaven with three deegers in the top? Eternal families? Spirit children? I've never seen ANY of this mentioned in the NIV Holy Bible, also not in the KJV Holy Bible. Is this more of The Book of Mormon stuff? Joseph Smith must have gotten hold of some peyote, or something similar, when he wrote these things!It's really hard to swallow this stuff, when all this comes from a KNOWN con-man. He just HAPPENED to find inscribed gold plates WITH a conveniently placed way to decipher them. Also,discovering Egyptian scrolls, with stuff supporting his writings. Then, he just so-happens to lose these gold plates , and the deciphering tools. COME ON, who loses something supposedly so valuable? Baptizing the dead, by proxy, but up to the person in the spirit-world whether to accept, or not accept this. The Bible says you die, then there is the Judgement. No mention about any spirit-world , baptism of the dead, anything resembling such utter nonsense. And, archaeological proof that Jesus visited North America? Show me non-Mormon PROOF! How reasonable, clear thinking, intelligent people can accept these 130 year-old teachings of a known con-man is beyond me! +7Was this answer helpful?
posted by Karen K. from United States on March 30, 2013 3:50 PM
I was always spellbound and captivated when watching your performances growing up. You are amazing artists--not to mention an inspirational couple!
posted by Beverley Todd from United Kingdom on March 14, 2013 5:47 PM
Thank you Sergei and Marina for all the many wonderful performances you have given us. Even after all these years I still love to watch you dance and don't think you will ever be beaten for grace, style, artistry and technical merit. I'm so pleased to see that your son is now following in your footsteps. If he's even half as good as you were he'll be amazing.
posted by Guy Turchiano from United States on February 03, 2013 4:05 PM
You left a huge impression in 1992, and it's great to see when I look back at your gold medal dance, that in 2013, it is still one of the most beautiful performances I've ever seen..
posted by Betsy Lott from United States on January 31, 2013 8:19 PM
I have loved watching the two of you skate since '84 but it was the '92 Olympics program that took my breath away. I would have given anything to meet you and take lessons from you. Sadly we moved from the Bay Area about the same time you settled at Sharks Arena. I know there are many dancers out there fortunate enough to be coached by you two. Thank you for continuing to give to the sport for so many whom you've inspired.
posted by ari from on January 19, 2013 5:54 PM
Will always remember your 92 program, it was so beautiful, also your pro program to symphony no 5.
I tried looking for you and Marina on twitter, but couldn't find. You should be on twitter.
posted by Indrit from on December 28, 2012 2:36 PM
Many years have passed but I can hardly forget the emotions I have felt when watching your breathtaking performance. Since then I quit watching ice dancing since I didn't want to spoil the great memories I had. I still watch your final dance in 1992 Olympics- accompanied by the dramatic music of Bach that performance will remain with me as long as my heart beats. You are a legend of this sport.
posted by Maureen from United States on August 18, 2012 2:39 PM
What can I say that everyone else hasn't said already. Only to add your art has inspired and brought me to tears. In particular the freedance routine of 1988 Calgary Olympics, what Dick Buttons called a "love poem" a mixture of pure passion, poetry, music, dance that continues to touch me emotionally everytime I see it. In my home we have had discussions on the music you used, was it a Moscow symphonic arrangement? Did you have the music specially done for the program. Would love to hear more on the story of this program and how it come to fruition. Thank you so much.
posted by Beverley Todd from United Kingdom on July 28, 2012 2:59 PM
Sergei and Marina have always been my favourite ice dancers and in my opinion no other couple have ever come close to capturing their combination of grace, charm and technical brilliance on the ice. I still love to watch their programmes and would like to say a big 'thank you' for all the joy their dedication to their art has given.
posted by Suuzy from United States on July 25, 2012 12:37 PM
i remember watching the 1992 win. when you were done skating i jumped up and yelled "do you see that!!" i was truly blown away by the beauty of that routine. and when you kissed at the end i thought my heart was going to stop.
was so glad to re-live that moment thanks to youtube.