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Thread fail.

the song  'killing me softly (with his love)'  was written about don mclean's hit song 'american pie'.




This year the NFL players association just ok'd a 17 game season. Ouch



Agreed, 4 winds. Anytime a thread starter feels the need to post multiple times in the first 5 posts to keep a thread going, it's a fail.

By popular demand, more random stuff 

Todays episode we got -  Gail Goodrich, Dollar Bill, Dave Bing, Alcindor + Hondo. Names that may not mean much to the pups, but I'm sure will bring a smile to a few of us. 


nothing is random


This Sunday, if it's almost a sport, you can find it on the ocho  ESPN 2

When you Needed it Most. . .ESPN8: The Ocho Returns on ESPN2, Sunday, March 22 - ESPN Press Room U.S.

^ beautiful



One of the Boston Celtics’ all-time greats, swingman John Havlicek would have been 80 today. He died last April at 79.

5 things on ‘Hondo’:

1) He played 16 seasons with the Celtics during which they won 8 NBA titles Only Bill Russell and Sam Jones had more championship rings.

2) He played college ball at Ohio State with teammates Jerry Lucas, Larry Siegfried and Bobby Knight. The Buckeyes won the NCAA title in 1960.

3) He was drafted as a wide receiver by the NFL Cleveland Browns, and as a shooting guard by the Celtics.

4) His clutch steal in the closing seconds of the 1965 Eastern Conference championship series’ 7th game secured the title for the Celts and inspired one of the great radio calls in the sport’s history, by Johnny Most: ‘Havlicek stole the ball!’

5) He is the Celtics’ all-time leader in points, scoring a career total of 26,395. He played in a total of 1,270 games.


Also today in 74 Aaron hit #715

AL pastor is a Mexican pork meat marinated in spices and pineapple.

Every store, restaurant, and family has a different recipe for this Lebanese influenced dish.



Killer whales swim in a family group called a pod.


Sperm whales swim in a family group called a wad.

The average person will spend six months of their life waiting for red lights to turn green

The inventor of the frisbee was turned into a frisbee after he died

One in three divorce filings include the word "Facebook."

LBJ owned a water-surfing car.

A U.S. Park Ranger once got hit by lightning seven times.

The world's most successful pirate was a woman.

Cap'N'Crunch's full name is Horatio Magellan Crunch

The largest snowflake on record was 15 inches wide

This punctuation mark ?! is called an interrobang

Doritos are flammable and can be used as kindling

The first written use of "OMG" was in a 1917 letter to Winston Churchill

The largest living organism is an aspen grove in Utah called Pando

Flipping a shark upside down renders it immobile for up to 15 minutes



Al pastor. Yumm.

Why is the team name not pronounced keltic?


Big day in the life - go tribe


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Great obit. Was he at 10cent nite too ?

>>> Killer whales swim in a family group called a pod.


Sperm whales swim in a family group called a wad.<<<


Thanks, Jaz, I love it, and it was the first good laugh I've had today.


I'm happy you had a laugh,  Judit.



‘A team all the way’: Recalling the Portland Trail Blazers’ NBA championship, 43 years later

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^ Add a few years, woah, dude, are you pissed off Vic ?


Ras, I am older and better looking than that fucknut 

^ lol 

Feed The Orangutan

I found this while stumbling around in case someone would like to doctor the shit out of it. Oh brother Noodler


Ok I should let go of politics and whining 

I was wondering how big of a crook FredTrump was

And Donald inherited that  also


President Trump had virtually no involvement whatsoever with these matters,” he continued, saying the president had delegated those tasks to relatives and tax professionals.   lol scum 


Repugs be proud




Ok I know I weep a fair amount

but no apologies 

Jimi Hendrix arrived on the London scene like a ton of bricks in 1966, smashing every British blues guitarist to pieces the instant they saw him play. As vocalist Terry Reid tells it, when Hendrix played his first showcase at the Bag O’Nails, arranged by Animals’ bassist Chas Chandler, “there were guitar players weeping. They had to mop the floor up. He was piling it on, solo after solo. I could see everyone’s fillings falling out. When he finished, it was silence. Nobody knew what to do. Everybody was dumbstruck, completely in shock.”

He only exaggerates a little, by all accounts, and when Reid says “everybody,” he means everybody: Keith Richards, Mick Jagger, Brian Jones, Jeff Beck, Paul McCartney, The Who, Eric Burdon, John Mayall, and maybe Jimmy Page, though he denies it. Mayall recalls, “the buzz was out before Jimi had even been seen here, so people were anticipating his performance, and he more than lived up to what we were expecting.” In fact, even before this legendary event sent nearly every star classic rock guitarist back to the woodshed, Jimi had arrived


holy cowbells batman

our legacy is strong   Life IS GOOD


June 16th and the Yankees are still undefeated while the Sox are winless. Funny ol world

Today in 1888 Frederick Douglass received one vote from the Kentucky delegation at the repub convention in Chicago, making him the first black candidate to have his name placed in nomination for US president. 


>Great obit. Was he at 10cent nite too ?


one of the favorite memories of my youth, along with wading thru an inch of piss in getting to the bathroom in the old dog pound at Cleveland stadium. The Dog Pound in its prime was a fucking blast, fenced off from the other respectable fans as we should be. 

Fathers Day was started in 1972 by President Nixon

Mothers Day was started in 1914 by President Wilson

FD portrait and this one are by the artist Robert Templeton, his civil rights work will blow you away.

I'm friends of the family, they just got the call from the Civil Rights Museum in Memphis last week, the old Lorraine Motel, and Robert's works will be on exhibition there in 2021. Very exciting news for all especially his widow.


On this date in 1963 Waterbury native (my dad played local ball with him) Jimmy Piersall celebrates hitting the 100th homer of his career by circling the bases backwards at the Polo Grounds in NY. Phillies catcher Bob Oldis and next batter Tim Harkness look on in amazement.  Jimmy got the idea for the stunt after being disappointed by the lack of attention Duke Snider's 400th received.

Casey handed him his walking papers two days later. Stengel however did pay Piersall a major compliment at one point in his career, saying “I thought Joe DiMaggio was the greatest defensive outfielder I ever saw,” said Stengel, who managed DiMaggio from 1949-51. “But I have to rate Piersall better.”


>>>>>Jimmy Piersall celebrates hitting the 100th homer of his career by circling the bases backwards 

Used to walk by his house on the way to my buddy's in Newton MA ca. 1963. Saw him mowing his own lawn.from time to time.

Fender launches the Christone “Kingfish” Ingram Telecaster Deluxe – a blues guitar for playing all kinds of genres | Guitar World



I had tickets to see him the other night. Tried to give them away, no takers so went anyway... good show, he is a very good guitarist but could use a different name. 


43,000 lbs of cheese catches fire on a semi trailer rolling down the highway in Jasper Co., MO. 


Would anyone like some smoked cheese?

That's one big fon-don't.

A woman hits their sexual prime at 38

A man hits his at 19

In hindsight now I learned both those facts at age twenty.