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    Re: Christopher Doe

    Correct
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    Re: The Winningest Teams in CSFBL History

    Norwich Navigators in World League were me for 50 or so seasons. Wilke was Whitmore Black Behemoths and Pennsylvania Loonies.
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    Re: history buff types

    Just ordered it. I'll post a wrap up on it when I finish it in about a decade.
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    Re: history buff types

    That makes more sense than some random book from 1987 with zero reviews.
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    Re: history buff types

    This?
  6. Thread: Ferguson

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    Re: Ferguson

    There's significantly more evidence that the free hand exists than either of those other two.
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    Re: Ferguson

    I agree with the bulk of this - ie the inefficiency of trickle down. However I ask whether you believe each single laborer is as important as one single creator?

    To me, there is a natural balance...
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    Re: Motel Advice

    This is undoubtedly the greatest thread I've ever read. Hands down. I'm in tears laughing at the absurdity of z's long stroke technique. Bravo.
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    Re: Fake fake fake baseball

    I was also well versed in this form of torture. I can't say that I've used them since, though the computer programs that I direct most certainly do.
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    Re: Congrats to Denver

    deja vu
  11. Re: Doth mine eyes deceive me? It's Jellyfest 2065!!!

    My grievance is with Joke and his memes.
  12. Thread: T&A

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    Re: T&A

    Mmmmmmm cheese
  13. Re: Now here's something you don't see every day

    So that's what Zubaz sounds like when he's angry.
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    Re: Ben Carson

    Love him. Huckabee 2.0.

    Seriously, wtf is wrong with the Republican party? How do asshats like this even get a sniff at the jock of a party nomination?
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    Re: Threads of Time - Podcast

    Travis Fryman was a serviceable 3B for the Indians, just off by about a decade:

    http://www.baseball-reference.com/players/f/frymatr01.shtml
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    That's amazing. Especially considering how...

    That's amazing. Especially considering how massive video cameras were 20+ years ago. That guy worked hard to get that moment on tape. Son owes it to him to at least watch once with a pleasant smile...
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    Me too

    Me too
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    Re: Interviewing

    Tuition AND fees. That's awesome. Sounds like a program that actually matters, rather than an empty gesture, which I felt the MA program was.

    Assholes indeed! : )
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    Re: Interviewing

    Massachusetts had a similar program when I graduated, but it was tied to scores on the MCAS exams (MA version of regents). Catch was that they only pay for tuition, there were no income parameters,...
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    Re: military reunion videos

    All of this niceness is reeling me back in. Where's wolfe?
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    Re: Threads of Time - Podcast

    Rttb was one of my three favorite leagues ever. The concept was excellent. Finding a commish willing to put in all of the leg work was the issue. That and boobs is a flaaaake. : )
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    Re: Threads of Time - Podcast

    I romanticize. Like a woman.
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    Re: Threads of Time - Podcast

    That's why I stuck around. I love to get poked.
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    Re: Threads of Time - Podcast

    That doesn't convey the understanding on the level I intended. I still think it was a fantastic metaphor that fit both of us. Oh wells.
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    Yes, that's right. Geraghty was the man! I...

    Yes, that's right. Geraghty was the man! I remember that 180 rbi season well.
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