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Old 09-03-2009, 02:34 AM   #376
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The Philosophy Football is awesome, by the way.

Los Camps like Football.

C WUT EYE DID THEY'RE?
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Old 09-03-2009, 02:34 AM   #377
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There really aren't any wordS for how much I love this. It was only recently brought to my attention via Sportsnation, where they showed a clip of Lincoln completely Usain Bolt-ing it and prematurely celebrating/taunting.

It. Was. AWESOME.
I was working in DC for about six weeks and caught a game. Never had heard of the race thing before.

And I love the "Let Teddy Win!" movement. Came close to buying a t-shirt.

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Old 09-03-2009, 02:35 AM   #378
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Fantastic shirt there. Almost as fantastic as the powder blue LC! shirt you got that I wanted. Fucker.



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Well played, old bean.
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Old 09-03-2009, 02:46 AM   #379
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Whatever, I'd trade the shirt for a convo with any of those biddies.
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Old 09-03-2009, 02:49 AM   #380
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Obviously, I can't complain about any of that. Out of all the famous people (the term is used loosely with musicians) I've managed to speak to, everyone from Junior Griffey to Bill Clinton to the guy from Fruit Bats today, my conversation with Harriet was the best. Even better than Annie. Gareth was also completely awesome and a great dude.


Sorry for all the name drops.
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I've met a ton of athletes, of course.

I've also met a lot of B celebrities through various work functions.

I told you all the best was playing blackjack with Mrs. Constanza. She was a fucking riot.
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My dad stormed the beach at Normandy!!
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I told you all the best was playing blackjack with Mrs. Constanza. She was a fucking riot.
Never heard that story, but it sounds completely awesome.

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No wonder you hate Spielberg so much.
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Old 09-03-2009, 05:35 PM   #384
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Wow, you guys absolutely did work on this thread.

I imagine a meetup with THE CLIQUE! at some sporting event would go swimmingly.
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I don't know if that would include me, but I am a dangerous hooligan, at sporting events. Constant heckler, once made Felix Pie cry, brutalized a few high school athletes (back in the day), a regular verbal assaulter of opposing team's fans (of literally all ages), and bound to show up wearing profanity-laced clothing/carrying profanity-laced signs/ready to spout profanity-laced tirades until nearly dead.

I somehow wound up at the hella-epic game 6 of that also hella-epic Chicago/Boston series, in May, and at several points found myself perched atop a row of seats at the United Center, conducting the crowd behind me (with shocking success, hence "at several points") in scandalous chants and riotous outbursts. I lost my voice for 6 days, had a go at swine flu, and saw to it that those poor Boston fans, two rows down, were never again seen, after half-time. ...Although I suppose I did see them being interviewed on ABC, complaining about the hostile treatment they received at the game.

Brilliant.
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I don't know if that would include me, but I am a dangerous hooligan, at sporting events. Constant heckler, once made Felix Pie cry, brutalized a few high school athletes (back in the day), a regular verbal assaulter of opposing team's fans (of literally all ages), and bound to show up wearing profanity-laced clothing/carrying profanity-laced signs/ready to spout profanity-laced tirades until nearly dead.

I somehow wound up at the hella-epic game 6 of that also hella-epic Chicago/Boston series, in May, and at several points found myself perched atop a row of seats at the United Center, conducting the crowd behind me (with shocking success, hence "at several points") in scandalous chants and riotous outbursts. I lost my voice for 6 days, had a go at swine flu, and saw to it that those poor Boston fans, two rows down, were never again seen, after half-time. ...Although I suppose I did see them being interviewed on ABC, complaining about the hostile treatment they received at the game.

Brilliant.
Yeah, maybe we'll meet up with you later or something.
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Ha ha ha. A diplomatic answer, and more than likely a smart one, too. Or the right one, I guess I should admit.
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I don't know if that would include me, but I am a dangerous hooligan, at sporting events. Constant heckler, once made Felix Pie cry, brutalized a few high school athletes (back in the day), a regular verbal assaulter of opposing team's fans (of literally all ages), and bound to show up wearing profanity-laced clothing/carrying profanity-laced signs/ready to spout profanity-laced tirades until nearly dead.

I somehow wound up at the hella-epic game 6 of that also hella-epic Chicago/Boston series, in May, and at several points found myself perched atop a row of seats at the United Center, conducting the crowd behind me (with shocking success, hence "at several points") in scandalous chants and riotous outbursts. I lost my voice for 6 days, had a go at swine flu, and saw to it that those poor Boston fans, two rows down, were never again seen, after half-time. ...Although I suppose I did see them being interviewed on ABC, complaining about the hostile treatment they received at the game.

Brilliant.
I got kicked out of a youth sports league game ... while I was in the stands ... at the age of ten.

Yes, I've been known to abuse the occasional referee.
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Mark Cuban smiles on the Peef Dawg.
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Yeah, maybe we'll meet up with you later or something.
This. I didn't realize we had another White Sox fan in our midst.

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