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Posted on Sun, Jun 19, 2005 19:39


You girls love to play with us boys...just like a cat loves to play with a cute little mouse...lol...:)

They are so lickable


And the mice (and boys) enjoy the lic*king very much!...until the claws come out...:)

From the looks of your back you have been playing with some cats



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Posted on Sun, Jun 19, 2005 14:38

The final COUNT lolol........Tigers 10-8 in 10.............White flag seen waving in Tennessee.



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Posted on Sun, Jun 19, 2005 13:36

I don't know. I'd say our shortstop, the one that got hurt in 68 requiring Stanley to move from center to short, but without a goo*gle cheat I couldn't tell you his name. He was hispanic. I'm going to take your answer, although John B Wockenfuss, and Tom Brookens were the two I was asking about. HoJo was the starting 3rd baseman many games(the joke being he made errors in 31 flavors, dude was a butcher). Tigers score 3 in bottom of 9th.........8-8 bottom of 10.



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Posted on Sun, Jun 19, 2005 13:24


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A Free Infomercial ... for you all ...

The genial, bumbling Ozzie was the narrative linchpin of Ozzie and Harriet, attempting to steer his young sons into the proper paths (usually rather ineffectually) and attempting to assert his ego in a household in which he was often ill at ease.

That ego, and that household, were held together by wise homemaker Harriet. Although she may have seemed something of a cipher to many viewers, clad in the elegant dresses that defined the housewife on 1950s television, Harriet represented the voice of reason on Ozzie and Harriet, rescuing Ozzie--and occasionally David and Rick--from the consequences of over-impulsive behavior.

Ironically, in view of the weakness of paterfamilias Ozzie's character, the program was viewed, during its lengthy run as now, as an idealized portrait of the American nuclear family of the postwar years.


Despite the fact that the series painted him as a bumbling character, it ignored the fact that his contribution to Rock Music was significant and that his later series "The Osbourne's"....brought TRUE light to the idealized portrait of the American Nuclear family.

~URock
(Oz-ZY! Oz-ZY! Oz-ZY! Oz-ZY!)



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Posted on Sun, Jun 19, 2005 13:22


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That would be the great Joe Coleman. Ok great may be a strong word. Picked up the rifle armed Aurelio Rodriguez in that trade as well. Yes you've shown some well crafted dry humor throughout the forum, and perhaps the only person who cares about the 68ish Tigers.........Who was the Back-up catcher and who was the third baseman for the 84 Tigers

Trick question? Marty Castillo was a catcher, but played some third base. ALSO, Third baseman Howard Johnson DID catch a little. Am I not right? Have to concede that my interest in baseball waned throughout the 80's. By the time they had that strike in 1984, there were people playing for the Pirates I'd never heard of.

That was the Denny McLain trade where they picked up Coleman, Rodriguez and shortstop Eddie Brinkman right? Who else went to the Senators?



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Posted on Sun, Jun 19, 2005 13:00

Thank you. Your ability to drag out simplicity with verbosity is mind boggling.............Brevity, while it does not hide poor thought, it does lessen the boredom, and would be quite refreshing.....Try it sometime......... Tigers 5-5 in the 8th.



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Posted on Sun, Jun 19, 2005 12:15

That would be the great Joe Coleman. Ok great may be a strong word. Picked up the rifle armed Aurelio Rodriguez in that trade as well. Yes you've shown some well crafted dry humor throughout the forum, and perhaps the only person who cares about the 68ish Tigers.........Who was the Back-up catcher and who was the third baseman for the 84 Tigers. Sophomore year of college...........35-5, and we went deep in the 1AA play-offs before blowing a 5point 4th quarter lead to Montana St. the eventual champions. The fans threw more ice coated batteries and other things than any road game I was ever involved in. Some strange people in Bozeman. Real cowboys, not the ones that wear the garb, like Missrouge as an example.

Petiteone I'll take you're query under advisement, but don't give up on this one.
44fun you give me crap repeatedly(sure sign of higher learning) for answereing peoples questions on this board and then you give the above free infomercial on Ozzie and Hariet........Pot...Kettle...Black....Too easy Darlin..........Sweety...........Honey.



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Posted on Sun, Jun 19, 2005 10:44


SpeedDallas write:
Les Cain to Bill Slayback to Dave Rozema to Fydrich.........All started big, but flamed out at different speeds. Cain was up in 68 and was gone by 73. At least he pitched for 1 pennant winning, and 1 division winning team. Best year 1970?

While I appreciate you ladies trying to hook me up with 44fun, I think she and MissRouge are a much better fit. The popular forum power couple. And I even have a great name for them..............Ozzie and Harriot. I will send a check for 1,000.00 us dollars to the first person who can figure out why I chose those names for these 2...........48 hrs for the right answer.........8:00 central Sunday.


Not interested in the contest. I'm rich enough, remember?

Yeah, Cain's best year was 1970. I almost forgot this one. Who was the pitcher who the Tigers acquired from the Senators prior to the 1971 season? He was hit by a line in spring training, but came back to win 20 games (that was the season Lolich won 25 and had over 300 strikeouts).

Everyone else is soooo disinterested in this subject. Cool, eh Speed?



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Posted on Sun, Jun 19, 2005 09:45

I am not smart enough to get it...do you have another question for us people with medium IQ's? I am pretty good with the sexual ones. Or maybe even kid related stuff. We could make you another thread. Speedy's question of the week. You could make it for $100.00 instead of $1000.00. Ohhhh I know make it a Packer question...just messing with ya Speeds...



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Posted on Sun, Jun 19, 2005 09:36

It will be a real cashiers check. Anyone smart enough to get it deserves it, and shall. No tricks just a little levity. At least I think so.



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Posted on Sun, Jun 19, 2005 09:31


SpeedDallas write:
Les Cain to Bill Slayback to Dave Rozema to Fydrich.........All started big, but flamed out at different speeds. Cain was up in 68 and was gone by 73. At least he pitched for 1 pennant winning, and 1 division winning team. Best year 1970?

While I appreciate you ladies trying to hook me up with 44fun, I think she and MissRouge are a much better fit. The popular forum power couple. And I even have a great name for them..............Ozzie and Harriot. I will send a check for 1,000.00 us dollars to the first person who can figure out why I chose those names for these 2...........48 hrs for the right answer.........8:00 central Sunday.

This has got to be a trick question. Even if someone did get the answer right you said 1,000.00 us dollars...do you mean United States dollars or "us" dollars like in ToysRUS dollars...you could send them pieces of paper that say "us" on them. I think you should tell someone the answer in an email so you can't change it later. Someone you trust, like me hahahahaha. Just thinking!!!



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Posted on Sun, Jun 19, 2005 09:28

Well Sped that is something that takes some thinking as Ozzie was not the person he portrayed. A double edged swored would be a good description. One sharp, one dull. As Fun and Mas do the double meaning, enuendos so did he, and his wife played right along with it. He was also a tyrant in his own right and had to have everything just so or else. He ruled his house with an Iron fist. He also had a temper in which he was know to use it. He was also an atheist which means he lived by his rule and beliefs. I think Fun and Mas work well together. It helps when you can be on the same wave length. But Damn Mandalay there is nothing like the two of you together. You are brilliant and sooo funny.

But Speedy i have never met FUN but have talked to her enough on the phone and i have met MAS and i assure you no similarities exist in any neg. way.. So have you met any of these people to compare them to each other???

  


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Posted on Sun, Jun 19, 2005 07:35


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You girls love to play with us boys...just like a cat loves to play with a cute little mouse...lol...:)

They are so lickable


And the mice (and boys) enjoy the lic*king very much!...until the claws come out...:)



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Posted on Sun, Jun 19, 2005 07:02


SpeedDallas write:
Can't help anybody. It wouldn't be fair, but as soon as someone gets it, or 48 hr passes the names will be explained.

Damn the luck...I hardly rem them Oh well my bad! :(



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Posted on Sun, Jun 19, 2005 06:41

Can't help anybody. It wouldn't be fair, but as soon as someone gets it, or 48 hr passes the names will be explained.



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Posted on Sun, Jun 19, 2005 06:20

Ozzie and Harriet were the "Kings and Queens" of double meanings in their respective comedy acts. I'm taking this as you comparing what Mas and Fun say here as double connotations and not meaning what they say. You are also assuming that these individuals are nothing like this in person. However, to make that assumption, you would have had to met both to make that comparison. My question to you is, have you ever met Ozzie and Harriet and how do you know what they were like in person?



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Posted on Sun, Jun 19, 2005 06:18

I love contests...I don't know much about Ozzie and Harriet...that isn't fair. Couldn't you make it Bonnie and Clyde or something easier or more modern?



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Posted on Sun, Jun 19, 2005 06:07

Les Cain to Bill Slayback to Dave Rozema to Fydrich.........All started big, but flamed out at different speeds. Cain was up in 68 and was gone by 73. At least he pitched for 1 pennant winning, and 1 division winning team. Best year 1970?

While I appreciate you ladies trying to hook me up with 44fun, I think she and MissRouge are a much better fit. The popular forum power couple. And I even have a great name for them..............Ozzie and Harriot. I will send a check for 1,000.00 us dollars to the first person who can figure out why I chose those names for these 2...........48 hrs for the right answer.........8:00 central Sunday.



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Posted on Sun, Jun 19, 2005 02:05


1LovinLife write:

fun4two write:

petiteone39 write:

fun4two write:
pssst ... hey ... is the coast clear?

No, Zack and Urock are floating around....let's ditch them.



Awww ... do we have to ... it might be fun to play ... for a little while ...

~Smiles


You girls love to play with us boys...just like a cat loves to play with a cute little mouse...lol...:)

They are so lickable



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Posted on Sun, Jun 19, 2005 02:01


SpeedDallas write:
To easy but, I am a Master......baiter...Hey there,Hi there Ho there, you're as welcome as can be M A S
TER Baite............Looks like we have a runner, but who's COUNTING.........

Oh lord he admitted hes a mater bater? Did I miss something?



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