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Old 10-24-2005, 03:04 PM   #16
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Actually, gangsta rappers have been sporting Sox stuff for years. (Dr. Dre for one)
Yea...You read my mind

I'm just suprised at all the places that have the "GO GO Sox!" or something.

Is it the same where you live WildHoneyAlways...or is it worse? It's not as bad where I live...but it's bad enough
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Old 10-24-2005, 03:12 PM   #17
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I was just listening to an interview with Ozzie Guillen. Do you know what he said?
what now?
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I was just listening to an interview with Ozzie Guillen. Do you know what he said?
Very rarely do I have any clue what Ozzie says.
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what now?

I was asking. I couldn't understand a word that he said....




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Yea...You read my mind

I'm just suprised at all the places that have the "GO GO Sox!" or something.

Is it the same where you live WildHoneyAlways...or is it worse? It's not as bad where I live...but it's bad enough
haha. I live in a southwest suburb so we have always been Sox fans. There are Go-Go Sox signs everywhere. (including my classroom. )
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I was asking. I couldn't understand a word that he said....




Well, as I tell my students, listening is a skill. Perhaps you need to work on it.
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Ha ha, or I need to brush up on my spanish.

What grade do you teach? My best friend (and huge Cubs fan as well) did a cool thing with his 5th graders in 2003. If the Cubs won the night before, they wouldn't have homework. If the Cubs lost, they would have it. I have never seen kids so passionate about baseball.

It was fun.
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haha. I live in a southwest suburb so we have always been Sox fans. There are Go-Go Sox signs everywhere. (including my classroom. )
I understand....I live sorta in the same area too....just a little bit more north. It's just a little less up where I live.

At least I'm more honest with my Sox fanaticness
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I live right in cubby territory, north suburbs

for the past 8 or so years I was the only sox fan I knew besides my family, but this year I've seen a bit more around me...

and by the way not only does konerko like walk on, but they play elevation when podsednik bats
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Speaking of at bat music, check this. My family is, oh I would say, somewhat obsessed with the Sock. My brother, sister and I made a white sox cd. You know, the pirates of the caribbean instrumental (history highlights), thunderstruck (player intros), go-go white sox and the players "at bat" music. Even Don't Stop Believin. It's so so wrong but so so good.

It was a big hit this weekend.

And yes, this post probably belongs in Zoo Confessionals.
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ESPN radio is reporting that Craig Biggio's wife, Patty, was slapped by a male White Sox fan during game two of the World Series. Apparently the man slapped her and ran away. Mrs. Biggio ran after the man and with her brother-in-laws help handed him over to the police.

Continuing in the Sux method of dealing with tension, Ozzie Guillen apologized to the Biggio family and requested that the police brought the man to the dugout so Guillen could, "bust in his head."


Regulators. Mount up......
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Oh and Wildhoney, you didn't answer my question. What grade do you teach?
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Ok, I am a happily married man so don't take this the wrong way, but HOW IN THE HELL CAN YOU BE A TEACHER!!!

Honestly. You are a very attractive woman. My buddies and I would have killed to have a good looking teacher while we were in school, but ours were all 50 years old.

This is my big complaint, when I was in school the OLD gaurd was still in full effect. I went to my 14-year old little sisters conferences the other day and all of her teachers are young and hip.

What the hell.


Ok - end rant.
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ESPN radio is reporting that Craig Biggio's wife, Patty, was slapped by a male White Sox fan during game two of the World Series. Apparently the man slapped her and ran away. Mrs. Biggio ran after the man and with her brother-in-laws help handed him over to the police.

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ESPN radio is reporting that Craig Biggio's wife, Patty, was slapped by a male White Sox fan during game two of the World Series. Apparently the man slapped her and ran away. Mrs. Biggio ran after the man and with her brother-in-laws help handed him over to the police.

Continuing in the Sux method of dealing with tension, Ozzie Guillen apologized to the Biggio family and requested that the police brought the man to the dugout so Guillen could, "bust in his head."


Regulators. Mount up......
Was it a Sox game a few years back where those 2 drunk hicks ran onto the field and attacked the 1st base coach from the Royals?
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