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  1. #301
    Quote Originally Posted by Lewdog View Post
    Maybe if you are watching Manny Parra or J.J. Hoover pitch at the time.
    The same could be said for half of the Detroit Tigers bullpen at this point. LOL

    I'm actually a Tigers fa before a Reds fan. I just have a hard time finding Tigers gear in Northern Kentucky.
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  2. #302
    "cougars...collections"? I never read it (shades) but I suppose it involves whoo-tish! ahh...

    which kind of scares me, because I can't help but think wut-ching! arrggg! *clunk*

  3. #303
    Quote Originally Posted by kilroy214 View Post
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    This is a pic of my lovely lady amsawtell in a local Barnes&Noble. I have a habit of wandering into the children's section and sculpting things out of kiddy legos that they were never meant to construct.
    Those kids were lobbing Lego grenades at me! What else was I supposed to do but mow them down with a Lego machine gun?

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    Quote Originally Posted by amsawtell View Post
    Those kids were lobbing Lego grenades at me! What else was I supposed to do but mow them down with a Lego machine gun?
    Pick up a book on pregnancy with some really gory photos and start pointing out to them where they came from.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amsawtell View Post
    Those kids were lobbing Lego grenades at me! What else was I supposed to do but mow them down with a Lego machine gun?
    It got pretty ugly. Like watching the Normandy Invasion, but with midgets.
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  6. #306
    Quote Originally Posted by kilroy214 View Post
    It got pretty ugly. Like watching the Normandy Invasion, but with midgets.
    I would watch that film.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kilroy214 View Post
    It got pretty ugly. Like watching the Normandy Invasion, but with midgets.
    When I start playing World of Warcraft again, I'm going to create a gnome warlock named Midchet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amsawtell View Post
    Those kids were lobbing Lego grenades at me! What else was I supposed to do but mow them down with a Lego machine gun?
    The horrors of lego war...
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    I wonder what the defense budget is for Legoland.

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    Just so you don't get the idea I'm an old fart Sorry, I don't own one of those fancy mobil phones, and there are no photos of me recently. So I hope these 2007 snapshots will do (from when I could still get around). The third image is an illustration from the kind of writing I used to do. And just so you fantasy writers don't get the idea I have no imagination, the fourth image is of a carving I once did.

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