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Discussion in 'Everything Else' started by Lord Tyrion, Jan 11, 2014.
You'll have to fish 'im out of a different river then, my guys are buddies!
...yes people, he is a good looking hunk of manflesh(gah, I can't believe that I just typed that)...and Grey Eagle?...your brother the Giant, call me Big Chief Whompyerass...we need a council in the sweat lodge...heap big puff on magic pipe-and discuss this wifely fascination...
....oh dear god.....fickle thy name is saltine...
No, I ain't fishin' nothin'. It's gotta be done and cooked before I even look at it and try it.
Hi Flakie - I hope you don't mind me calling you "Mom" do you? It was done with love and with 'tongue in cheek'
We all appreciate your work here, keeping everyone moderated, etc.
I must have missed that? Goodness no, I don't mind... I get Mum so much sometimes I forget my other name.
As long as we don't call you the Queen Mum, right?
And you missed it? that is because there was no naughty pic behind a spoiler!
(It was post # 120 in this thread)
I don't mind what you call me Neesy... so long as you don't call me 'crap at doing my job'.
Anyone notice something different?
Cleveland Indians Cap Logo - American League (AL) - Chris Creamer's Sports Logos Page - SportsLogos.Net
a block "C" !? That is the best they could do?
I know....you would have thought they would have used a smiling Indian or something.........Oh wait!
Watched them play over the weekend. I actually like the new hat logo and the look of the uniform. But I've always been a fan of the old school sports simplicity looks.
(man... the MLB Network channel is great!)
Indians have a good manager. And I like the old-style look too. Even the Yankees........LOL
LOL. Wish I could hate the Yankees but I always root for any team that my uncle played for. And unfortunately he was on the Yankees for part of the 1960 season after his stint at Cleveland. At least I can still hate Boston, as Ted Williams was my uncle's arch nemesis during his career. I remember a story he told me about one particular game between the Athletics and the Red Sox. In the first two at bats Williams hit grounders to my uncle in right field. He said Williams hitting style made fielding his grounders a problem because you never knew which way the ball would go, and both got by him. When Williams came to the plate for his third at bat, he pointed and smiled at my uncle. He said he knew the ball was coming his way, and it did. He said he didn’t even try fielding it, and instead just threw his body into the ball just to stop it. It wasn’t pretty but at least he held him to only a single.
I'm sure Teddy Ballgame did that to a lot of players. LOL
Great story, by the way.
My only Ted Williams direct memorabilia is a rather odd one... a Sears Ted Williams 16 gauge bolt action shotgun. Williams and my uncle were friends off the field. He gave a new one from his line to my uncle as a gift. My uncle had no use for guns and gave it to my dad, which then came to me. Unfortunately Williams didn’t sign it, so there’s really no value to it other then sentimental.
They're going for the classic look that a lot of other teams like the Dodgers, Yankees and Angels use.
I guess.. Just don't like it compared to the Chief..
I love the story in Jim Bouton's Ball Four,about Williams taking batting practice and talking to himself as he got ready.."I'm Ted fu#$ing Williams!" Crack! "Here comes Jim Bunning,with that sh*t slider of his.." Crack! "I'm Ted fu$%ing Williams!" Crack..