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I assume that it is almost impossible for any chessmaster to get REALLY mad,where madness takes the form of a subjective behavior which:
a)Lacks concrete feedback.
b)Gets repeating on and on!
Do you agree ?
Very difficult to agree, in fact the OP is very difficult to understand
I am REALLY mad!
Don't be ridiculous.
People get angry. Mad people go to insane asylums.
Of course, dogs and Englishmen are exceptions:
In the Malay states there are hats like plates, which the Britishers won't wear, At twelve noon the natives swoon, and no further work is done - But Mad Dogs and Englishmen go out in the midday sun.
I said a single not offensive bad word and have been expelled from live chess
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