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When you know that Ronnie O'Sullivan is still in the same tournament as you, you are always up against it.
I've played Ronnie a few times and still haven't got the better of him.
Joe Smith was born Joseph Michael Smith on March 22, 1984 in Batavia, Ohio.
He attended Amelia High school,and then went to Wright State University in Dayton and currently resides in Newport Beach, Cali.
In a brand new interview with Radio.com, AEROSMITH guitarist Joe Perry spoke about his 30-year marriage with second wife Billie Paulette Montgomery, with whom Perry tied the knot in 1985.
"I feel bad for guys that have reached a certain amount of fame and fortune, whether they're sports guys or actors or anything like that, and they're looking for the right woman and there's always gotta be that thing in the back of your mind where you wonder, 'Are they really marrying me' just because they love you or because of what they perceive is all the glamor and all the other stuff that goes with it," Perry said.
But with myself and Ali Carrter reaching the semi-final, it just shows that there are several talented players out there. JP: I spend time with my daughter Lexie and wife Jo and I also have lots of family and friends in and around Chatteris.
I've just been through three weeks of intensive tournament play which has been quite mentally and emotionally draining so I'm just taking a break now and spending time with family and friends.
I play in a lot of tournaments that people don't know about and we only get a couple of chances to show everybody what we're about. I practise for five, sometimes six days a week for anything from three to six hours a day.
Some people just think about the top few players in the world. I just practise hard and do my best and always go out to win every game I play in. AL: How do you relax and what do you do away from the snooker table?
And it wasn't until a few years later and we were living together that she was going through some old boxes of stuffand she actually saw some of the old magazines from the '70s, a couple of gold records here and there. So she didn't really know anything about AEROSMITH, and so she came from a very…
'Cause I don't leave that stuff lying around, and I don't hang all that on the wall. But my feeling is you're only as good as your next record. I don't wanna say naïve, because she's anything but naïve, but as far as AEROSMITH and how big we had been in the '70s, she didn't know any of that." Perry's memoir, "Rocks: My Life In And Out Of Aerosmith", came out on October 7 via Simon & Schuster.