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9 hours ago  ::  Aug 17, 2017 - 12:23PM #14691
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Mar 27, 2017 -- 1:30PM, bomberhojoe wrote:

Feb 28, 2017 -- 3:35PM, 115by7and9in61 wrote:


On January 8, 1877, Crazy Horse and his warriors--outnumbered, low on ammunition and forced to use outdated weapons to defend themselves--fight their final losing battle against the U.S. Cavalry in Montana. sad, very sad...but I suppose there is a reason for everything...would love to see his memorial some day sounds like a great excuse for another picninc yes indeedy, how bring the lemonade and the brownies(please don't forget the nu...of course you won't forget them) and I'll bring the pickles and chips and samitches how could I forget the nu ...? I know, I was foolish of me to think you would ever do such a's just the way I am...when I et excited about something I sometimes foret wh I'm dealing with, Herb...I knew you would understand hahhahhah I understand perfectly Cy yeah,yeah,yeah....seiously now...all kidding aside let's get down to business here...don't forget to put in the nuts, okay? how could either of us forget that we're nuts? wait, was that the question? well...close enough and please make certain they are walnuts ...perhaps some honey/cinnamon glazed ones would be nice
Born January 8
1862 - Frank Nelson Doubleday, publisher/founder (Doubleday & Co) did this fellow have anything to do with the early days of baseball? I think not  oh well then, I mut have been thinking of a different Frank yes I believve you were thinking of Frank Burns incredible! ... I remember this scene like it was yesterday ... aah, was it? ... how about asking Paul Reubens to portray the Frank Burns role? it was actually last Friday .... Paul Reubens has been asked and has accepted the role for a turkey sandwich and a tall glass of grapefruit juice that is just fantastic...such a talent; and works for very reasonable compensation...I'm thinking we could throw in a couple of Twix bars so he can keep his energy level up OK, but you are explaining it to George. this was such a geat you remember the mechanic?...let me ask you something, do you know what the cookie crunch in a Twix bar is made of?
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1864 - Prince Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence and Avondale – spent a lot of time in the can hahaha, really good one...for goodness sake, open the lid and let him out could we just pop a few holes in the top instead? of course, but be very careful not to poke's a tight fit true, it could get ugly maybe it would be wise to wait until he is asleep asleep in the can ... ahhhh yes. I find myself in that very spot quite often have you ever been caught?, only once...Pam was was extremely annoyed the middle of the night she couldn't figure out why I was out of bed for so long...when she woke me I was so startled I thought I was going to pitch right off onto the floor! i have never been caught, fortunately .. for me and the prospective catcher it's only a matter of time
1912 - José Ferrer, San Juan Puerto Rico, actor/director (Blood Tide, Dune) liked him...very good in the Caine Mutiny; also was famous for his Cyrano de Bergerac I have never seen it, will check it out next time its on is Miguel Ferrer is son?...he does a good job on NCIS-LA he is his son, although I have never seen the show. And I believe Rosemary CLooney is Miguels mom. BTW, stkll have not seen Cyrano aah, uhmmm ... soo-o, George and Miguel are siamese cousins? ... this whole thing is getting curious-er and curious-er perhaps thats why they call him Curious George? I am so sorry no, no no apology necessary this is very prime...really good stuff...and Miguel is incognito as the man in the yellow hat still have not seen Cyrano, but I have rewatched Caine Mutiny for the dozenth time. One of my very favorite films sadly Miguel has passed...only 61...just a kid...

"...let it be known that as of this date in Major League Baseball history the one, truly honest single season home run record...61 in '61..."
9 hours ago  ::  Aug 17, 2017 - 12:33PM #14692
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Mar 28, 2017 -- 1:20PM, bomberhojoe wrote:

Mar 1, 2017 -- 12:26PM, 115by7and9in61 wrote:


Born January 9

1913 - Richard Nixon, Yorba Linda, CA, 37th President (R) of the United States (1969-74) – not a crook! well then pray tell, who was? Tom Brady? agreed...but I can assure you he will not get impeached; and remain active in the fact, I will be amazed if he even sits out his re-enstated suspension...this whole thing is such a farce...real role model material, don't you think? I don't think, but at this date he is scheduled to miss 4 games..... I bet that changes try as he might to have it changed...I mean to say I think he was attempting to take this ridiculousness to the Supreme Court he will be sitting the first four games...actually, I think he should consider himself fortunate...if it were up to me, he would have already played his last NFL game! WOW, that is very harsh ..... and I agree wholeheartedly!! and so after a 4 game suspension he proceeds to lead his team to yet another Super Bowl Championship...golly, our Lord works in such strange ways please don't remind me of this awful event what event?...there's no event here...move along...

1964 - Stan Javier, S P de Macoris Dom Rep, outfielder (Oak A's, SF Giants) always appeared thin and...oh never mind no no, please continue CLIPPER!...bhjoe is picking on me! tattle tale it's only tattle taling if the person acknowledges... where the heck is Clipper anyway? why do you want to tattle on him too?? I wouldn't be surprised if he was on a brief vacation in Florida taking in a number of ST games...such a fortunate fella wonder why he didn't ask us to join him think about the question a moment ....... have you come up with the answer? aah, hmmm? I missing something here?

"...let it be known that as of this date in Major League Baseball history the one, truly honest single season home run record...61 in '61..."
9 hours ago  ::  Aug 17, 2017 - 12:43PM #14693
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On this 2nd day of August in the year of our Lord 1776, members of Congress affix their signatures to an enlarged copy of the Declaration of Independence. July 4, August 2 … potato puhtahto
Born August 2
1533 Theodor Zwinger, Swiss scholar – wonder if he was related to Tarzan?
1627 Samuel Dircksz van Hoogstraten, Dutch painter – oddly enough, he used Sherwin Helmsley paint
1672 Johann Jakob Scheuchzer, Swiss scholar - Johann Jakob Scheuchzer, his name is my name too ….
1696 Mahmud I, Sultan of Ottoman (Turkey) (1730-54)/fought Austria & Russia – did he have an army, or did he fight them by himself?
1754 Pierre Charles L'Enfant, French-born American architect who laid out Washington, D.C., Paris, France – childish fellow
1775 Jose Angel Lamas, Venezuelan composer, Caracas, Venezuela – Fernando’s grandpa?
1802 Nicholas Patrick Stephen Wiseman, 1st archbishop of Westminster – was he one of the 3(more or less) wisemen?
1820 John Tyndall, Leighlinbridge, County Carlow Ireland, Irish physicist who demonstrated why the sky is blue and proved that the Earth's atmosphere has a greenhouse effect – amazing, and to think back then pictures were in black and white
1826 William Denison Whipple, Bvt Major General (Union Army) – please don’t squeeze …
1834 Frédéric-Auguste Bartholdi, French sculptor (designed the Statue of Liberty) Colmar, France
Sculptor Frédéric-Auguste Bartholdi – makes really good olive oil
1835 Elisha Grey, inventor (Telephone) – hmmmmm, thought this was Albert Bell
1867 Frank Alvord Perret, American volcanologist renowned for his research at Vesuvius, Etna, Stromboli and Kilauea, Philadelphia, PA – wonder if it was a pepperoni Stromboli?
1878 Aino J M Kallas, Finnish writer (White Ship, Estonian Tales) – had very rough hands
1882 Red Ames, baseball player -
W 183 – L 167; ERA 2.63
1884 Nanny Larsén-Todsen, Swedish opera singer – Did she sing and watch the children at the same time?
1891 Arthur Edward Drummond Bliss, composer (Olympians) London, England – wrote very soothing tunes
1892 Jack Warner, US movie studio head (Warner Bros)
1900 Helen Morgan [Riggins], Danville, Illinois, American singer/actress (Applause, Show Boat)
1905 Myrna Loy, American actress (Jazz Singer, Thin Man, Vanity Fair) Helena, MT – not all that familiar with these ladies performances
1923 Shimon Peres, Israeli Prime Minister (Labor) President (2007-14) and Nobel Peace Prize (1994) Wiszniewo, Poland
1924 Carroll O'Connor, actor (All in the Family, In the Heat of the Night) NYC – TV legend
1932 Lamar Hunt, NFL owner (KC Chiefs) – NFL legend
1932 Peter O'Toole, Ireland, actor (Lord Jim, Beckett, Lawrence of Arabia) – was he a sir?
1937 William Cannon, football player (Heisman-1959)
1939 Wes Craven, American film director (Nightmare on Elm Street, Scream) Cleveland, OH - CREEPY
1943 Kathy Lennon, singer (Lennon Sisters) – lubbly lady
1943 Max Wright, American actor (Buffalo Bill, Alf, Misfits of Science) Detroit, MI – good comedic actor
1944 Jim Capaldi, English singer/songwriter (Traffic-Something So Strong)
1950 Lance Ito, judge (O.J. Simpson trial) - EHHH
1951 Freddie Wadling, Swedish actor and musician (The Leather Nun, Fleshquartet) – good name for a duck
1953 Butch Patrick, actor (Eddie Munster-Munster)
1964 Mary-Louise Parker, Ft Jackson SC, actress (Fried Green Tomatoes)
1966 Tim Wakefield [Timothy Stephen], Melbourne, FL, baseball pitcher (Boston Red Sox-1995 AL Comeback Player of the Year) - knuckler
1970 Tony Amonte, Hingham MA, NHL right wing (Chicago Blackhawks, USA) – I’ve heard this guy was pretty good
1982 Grady Sizemore, American baseball player – always wanted him to be a Yankee
John 3:16 * Ephesians 2:8-9 * Romans 10:9-10 * John 14:3-6 * Romans 5:8
8 hours ago  ::  Aug 17, 2017 - 1:04PM #14694
Posts: 6,807

Mar 28, 2017 -- 1:31PM, bomberhojoe wrote:

Mar 21, 2017 -- 11:01AM, 115by7and9in61 wrote:


On January 15, 1967, at the Los Angeles Coliseum, the Green Bay Packers beat the Kansas City Chiefs in the first-ever world championship game of American football. this would more commonly referred to as Super Bowl you all realize that I've been around for all XLIX Super Bowl games...and I have watched ever one...should I feel old?...time certainly has flown...Super Bowl elle will be here before you know it I have been told that they are going to stop using Roman numerals for Super Bowl L, uhhh 50 What!?!...I certainly hope you are incorrect...that would be wrong...really, really has to be Super Bowl L as you no doubt know by now, I was correct for a change.  for a change?...for a change? are always correct...what do you suppose they'll do for Super Bowl 51? I believe they are going to use an abacus hahaha you are such a goofball...a very lovable goofball...actually they went back to Roman numerals, I think...and how timely!?!...they just found Brady's game jersey yesterday...those crazy Mexican sports journalists...high time we built a wall, don't you think? I like, but lets put Tom on the other side of it oh my yes that is part of the deal... and he is goig to pay for it!...everyone knows he can efford it!
Born January 15
1432 - Afonso V "the African", king of Portugal – a Portugese African??!!??! golly, the world was quite a melting pot back then...speaking of which do you fondue?  not for years, but as you know, I love melted cheese I think the imple, classic cheese fondue should make a comeback...let's hav one on every Christmas Eve celebration table; and for sure at every Super Bowl l gathering I second uhhh II that remark well I'm glad that's settled...wish other events and circumstances would be settled so easily...ya' know maybe we are really on to something here...maybe thre should be a cheese fondue on every conference, summit , treaty, negotiation table to help solve issues what a delicious idea it would certainly be worth a you know of any good Russian cheeses? Joseph Stalten? please foirgive me doe it have mold growing in it? it pretty stinky?

1754 - Richard Martin, Irish animal rights activist – how many kinds of Irish animals are there?? Admittedly, I am drawing a bit of a blank here...all I seem to be thinking of is the great hockey player, Richard Martin, for the Buffalo Sabres ...say, are lemmings Irish?...they sound Irish OK, then they are Irish ... what about McNuggets? oh laddie...need ya ask...absolutely Irish! Irish as Irish as Irish as Michael Flatley's green leather breeches! say where has Michael been flapping his legs recently? at the Mile Square Theater in Hoboken...matinees, every Wednesday afternoontaco Truck after the performance..he packs the place, as electrifying a ever...bus loads of senior citizens from all over ...their admission ticket includes a free lunch at the  ... at the ... AT THE!!!!! how could you leave us all hanging like this?? I'm not that familiar with Hoboken...I thought you would do the honors and "fill in the blank"...that delightful city has to be known for some mighty fine eateries...maybe? how about Napoli's Pizza? amazig!...I wonderhow many Napoli's Pizza Shops there are in this country?...this particular one is in walking distanceof the Indian Reservation

"...let it be known that as of this date in Major League Baseball history the one, truly honest single season home run record...61 in '61..."
8 hours ago  ::  Aug 17, 2017 - 1:51PM #14695
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On this 3rd day of August in the year of our Lord 1958, the U.S. nuclear submarine Nautilus accomplishes the first undersea voyage to the geographic North Pole. These guys were all wet.
Born August 3
1692 John Henley, English clergyman – was he one of the Eagles?
1748 Carl Ludwig Junker, composer – drove a jalopy
1770 Frederik Willem III, reactionary king of Prussia (1797-1840) – hope he didn’t over-react
1808 Hamilton Fish, American politician – Hamilton is a good name for a fish
1811 Elisha Otis, American founder of the Otis Elevator Company and inventor of a safety device that prevents elevators from falling if the hoisting cable fails, Halifax, VT – he had a lot of ups and downs
1816 John Eugene Smith, Bvt Major General (Union Army)
1820 Luther Orlando Emerson, composer
1820 William Miller, Brigadier General (Confederate Army)
1823 Thomas Francis Meagher, Brigadier General (Union volunteers)
1824 William Burnham Woods, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)
1882 Segundo Luis Moreno Andrade, composer
1894 Harry Heilmann, baseball hall of famer outfielder (Detroit) San Francisco, CA – lifetime BA .342
1902 Ray Block, France, orchestra leader (Ed Sullivan, Jackie Gleason)
1907 Lawrence Brown, US trombonist (Duke Ellington Orchestra)
1922 Robert Sumner, American evangelist and author - “It is either a "once-for-all" salvation or a "not-at-all" salvation. There is no middle ground.”
1923 Anne Klein, fashion designer (Anne Klein II)
1926 Tony Bennett, [Anthony Dominick Benedetto], singer (Left a body part in SF) Queens, NY
1934 Haystacks Calhoun, American professional wrestler
1940 Lance Alworth, NFL hall of famer (Charger, Cowboys) Houston, TX – MFL great.  NFL too
1940 Martin Sheen, [Ramon Estevez], actor (Badlands, The West Wing) Dayton, OH – Left Wing
1941 Beverly Lee, singer (Shirelles-Soldier Boy) Passaic, NJ
1941 Martha Stewart, TV personality who founded Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, Jersey City, NJ - EHHH
1949 Morris "B B" Dickerson, bassist (War, Low Rider, Outlaw) Torrence, CA
1949 Valeri Vasiliev, Gorky Soviet Union, ice hockey defenceman (2x oly gold)
1950 JoMari Payton Noble, actress (Harriette-Family Matters) Albany, GA – nice family show
1950 John Landis, director (Animal House, Michael Jackson's Thriller video) Chicago, IL – talented director
1951 Jon Graham, rock guitarist/vocalist (Earth Wind & Fire-Celebrate)
1951 Marcel Dionne, Canadian NHL center (LA Kings, NY Rangers) Drummondville, Quebec – I’m pretty sure I heard this guy was good
1952 Jay North, North actor (Dennis the Menace, Maya) Hollywood, CA – MR. WILSON!!!
1961 Lee Rocker, [Leon Drucker], rock bassist (Stray Cats-Gonna Ball)
1963 James Hetfield, American heavy metal rocker (Metallica-Helpless) Downey, CA – I got a little choked up watching this
1968 Rod Beck [Rodney Roy], American MLB relief pitcher (SF Giants-1994 NL Rolaids Relief Man of the Year) Burbank, CA – no Mariano
1976 Troy Glaus, Tarzana CA, baseball infielder (Olympics-bronze-96) – pretty good player
1977 Tom Brady, football player (New England Patriots) San Mateo, CA – Cheater!!
1984 Ryan Lochte, American swimmer (12-time Olympic medalist) Rochester, NY – got in a bit of trouble in Brazil
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7 hours ago  ::  Aug 17, 2017 - 2:07PM #14696
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Apr 20, 2017 -- 12:10PM, 115by7and9in61 wrote:


On February 10, in the year of our Lord 1763 the Seven Years' War, a global conflict known in America as the French and Indian War, ends with the signing of the Treaty of Paris by France, Great Britain, and Spain. I wish I knew more about our country's (well, we really wern't an independent country at this oint; but you knowwhat I mean) history during this Seven Year's thing....there is a great deal of interesting rich heritage regarding this era in my area of Western New York maybe you could do a research paper and present it to the class aah, Bravo! already ate it; and the doctor says I'm going to be having the flu the day it's due well, Mr. 115 you will have to do some extra credit work to make up for your hungry pup and sudden outbreak say, I have a novel about if we all meet at Old Fort Niagara to observe a reenactment?...the corn soup and ghost bread will be my treat, OK? oh my, yes indeed!! That sounds like an A+ to me.terrific!...maybe I will even spurge for some Indian Tacos... A+++
Born February 10
1499 - Thomas Platter, Swiss humanist – he serves terrific! you clever rascal...couldn't help but peek ahead a bit and I'm assuming this fellow will be serving pork and lamb ( of my favorites) and the fact that he is Swiss, he certainly better have a nice assortmentof cheeses on that ray mmm yes, plenty opf cheese indeed!...plenty opf fromages...hopefully some really tasty and tangy Sbrinz Quarter sometimes you can be so cruel. But as long as you have cheese, you are forgiven wonder how long I could voluntarily go without cheese...hmmm...could make this a form of fasting...I'm not so good regarding such matters you and me both pal. in fact, I am eating a 3 cheese, spinach lasagna as we speak ... uhhh ... write please save mea few bites, I'll be right over! the lasagna is getting a bit ripe. you almopst here?
1735 - Johann Christoph Kuhnau, composer wrote many songs for Don Ho HAHA, ALoha  you don't miss a thing, do you? oh contrare mon ami, I miss quite alot I doubt that compadre...and if for some unexplanable reason you have....well, it wasn't that important I'm sorry, have we met? are such a goose...I think a Chinese Brown Goose...I will post an image...if I remember I think the goose has flown away
1783 - Fyodor Petrovich Tolstoy, Russian painter do you supose he was Leo, the author's brother  he may have been, or at the very least a neighbor where do you come up with this's so terrific! it just falls out of my rusty bucket. By the way, Fyodor moved away after Leo asked him to paint his apartment aah, yeah, so as I was saying...I can't imagine what you'd come up with if your bucket wasn't rusty... much less oxidized entries, I suppose amazing! the way, what color(s) did Fyodor paint Leo's apartment?...or did he move away before he did it? he painted it black and white, it was the 1800s after all
1890 - Boris Pasternak, Moscow, Russian novelist/poet (Dr Zhivago, Nobel 1958) all the different strange, difficult names discouraged me I never even gave it a try it was a marvelous tale...the movie is a great classic...hmmm?...wondering if Pasternak was also one of Leo's neighbors  he sublet Leo's apartment when he moved do you suppose he had it repainted wallpapered, actually did Fyodor come back to do the papering? nope, he got someone from HomeDepot to do it
1893 - Jimmy Durante, NYC, long-nosed comedian (and goodnight Mrs Calabash) – the Shnozz who was Mrs. Calabash?...I think I used to know but it must have spilled out...Sherlock Holmes smoked a calabash, don't ask what "type" of tobacco he preferred it referred to the owner of a restaurant in Calabash, North Carolina, where Durante and his troupe had stopped to eat. He was so taken by the food, the service, and the chitchat he told the owner that he would make her famous. Sherlock smoked salmon aah...aah...let  me go perform a quick "check" before I am even capable of continuing...salmon, indeed...and I presume it was from the famous rivers of Scotland? knowing his preferences and proclivities, I would have assumed he would have indulged in a tobacco of a more "hemp-ish"  variety...but salmon is cool...yep, very cool...HAH! I have written so many times..."where do you come up with this stuff?"...sounds like this would be a good Monty Python skit...a tobacco shop instead of a cheese shop... we can get started on writing this skit right after we complete the M*A*S*H script excellent idea...oughta keep us going at least another 9 or 8 seasons...will we see any World Series?...does it seem possible hat it has bee seven years since the Commissioner's Trophy was given to the New York Yankees perhaps 2017 or 2018 will bring another well, it's the third week of April 2017...and if they continue playing the way they are presently...there is a very good chance they will make the play offs...wouldn't that be nice?! yes, I am very excited about the 2017 prospects

1937 - Don Wilson, rock guitarist (Ventures-Walk Don't Run, Batman Theme) – talented guitarist every kid I knew that had an electric guitar learned how to play this...none of them as terrific as these talented musicians...brings back good memories...good times let the memories roll on Clipper will be along soon telling all about the time he saw them performing at the pier and describing exactly what his girlfriend was wearing the night of the concert and what kind of chewing gum they were sharing....CLIPPER!!! OHHHH BOY! you are in trouble. Clip, I had nothing to do with this Tom Foolery  no, no, no Tom Foolery wasn't on the playbill or whatever it is called for concerts HAHA, oh you are really rolling here thank doesn't happen often pshaw, you are always in fine form

1939 - Roberta Flack, Black Mountain North Carolina, US vocalist (If Ever I Saw Your Face) I think we ought to listen to this beautiful voice as well you are so generous  btw, I'm pretty sure she opened for the Ventures that night on the beach, err... at the pier...Clip will fill us in... and yet some more from our friend Tom no, no Tom didn't perform that night yes, yes, as you said noe, I didn't say yes, yes I said no, no, no... are you understanding any of's really perfectly simple I amy need to ask Tom to explain it

1961 - George Stephanopoulos, presidential adviser (Clinton) – Good Morning America like this fellow very much...suppose he will b back in the limelight when Hilary commences her campaigning perhaps well, not yet anyway? I wish they would all just go away. I suppose I could put up with George, but please everyone else leave! ya' know, you just might actually have something here...he might make a splendid President well, he will have to wait a while yes indeed...however I must admit I'm enjoying Sean Spicer...poor couldn't pay me enough!!! Spicer is now 3 spokesman ago. By the time you read this it may be 3 presidents ago.

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7 hours ago  ::  Aug 17, 2017 - 2:50PM #14697
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Apr 25, 2017 -- 8:20AM, 115by7and9in61 wrote:


Born February 19

1902 - John Bubbles, Louisville Ky, rhythm tap dancer (No Maps on My Taps) thank you for this it was great...wish I could tap my toes like that well, whether you can or not, tap away my friend yes indeedy, I will excuse me, but would you mind not tapping? the people in the office downstairs are complaining well you tell those office people downstairs that I might consider it if they would stop their incessant knocking on the ceiling and tapping on the pipes I have passed along your counter offer Mr Orlando, they responded by rapping twice on the pipes ya' know the people in the office belowhave got me so worked up, I think we ought to listen/watch a little bit of this...shall we? Oh my darling ...

1924 - Lee Marvin, NYC, actor (Paint Your Wagon, Cat Ballou) – great tough guy yes, I agree...often confuse him with George Kennedy funny, I get him confused with James Colburn yes, that's who I actually meant...and obviously you knew that obviously! I think???? so...let me ask you this, who do I get George Kennedy cunfused with? Angela Landsbury?? aah...let me ell you somethin, this is far too early in the morning for this thi sort of thing...nice fresh laundered clothes and all...excuse me for a sec...I'll be back shortly once again, my apologies to the staff and your laundress

1943 - Lou Christie [Lugee Sacco], Glenwillard, PA, singer-songwriter (Lightning Striking Again) very may forrms and expressions of music I will tell him you said so thanks, I'm sure he will be pleased acyually, he didn;t really care. rude fellow well, you tell Lugee...seriously?...can you believe it?'s no wonder he changed tell that mucous ball we ain't listenin' to him no more HAHAHA, will get right on it professor thank you my dear, loyal and faithful friend now I fell like Tonto

1962 - Alvaro Espinoza, Venezuela, baseball shortstop (NY Yanks, NY Mets) – good glove, no hit oh well, we all can't be blessed with all 5 tools I don't even have 1 tool well that makes two of us 2 no tool players. at least it makes our toolboxes lighhter yep, all that muh more room for snacks tremendous idea oh my oh shouldn't have....will FedEx be delivering soon? I have to share it? you do whatever you want with it

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