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Backherup Gets The Double-Dip Tonight !


Windy City Walleye Hunter

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Hey Backherup,

Way to go, my man. First, your Kitties pound the rapidly sinking Twinkie ship with Mr. Bonderman holding court and then your Pistons start listening to old Bee Gee tunes...Ah, Ah, Ah, Ah, Stayin' Alive, Stayin' Alive. Ah, Ah, Ah, Ah..Stayin' Aliiiiive! Good luck in Game 7 Bud. I guess if my beloved Wooly Bullies couldn't be there then we need to get the Pistons to the championship. We got to keep the trophy in the East. Maybe you can get the basketball championship and we can get the....Dare I say it, baseball championship. Good luck vs. Mr. Duncan and the boys and keep up the Twinkie pounding !!! Here's a little love, my man...YOU CAN PUT IT ON THE BOARD...YES! Windy

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Windy,

I'm just a bad person who can hold a grudge and as a Bulls fan I will rather see anyone than Detroit or the Knicks win the NBA champ. Just can't let go from years ago....

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Geno,

Are you talking about the days of Bill Lambeer and (gasp) Dennis Rodman? I thought so. I guess if anybody has to win other than the Bullys I would like it to be somebody from the East so we can say that we lost to the best. We don't want no stinkin team from Texas showin us how to play Dr. Naismith's creation. I was just kiddin on that, thought it might get the Texan interested though I know he doesn't cruise this thread often. Later, hey what the heck is happening to the Cubbies tonight, they were doing so good. Got to give them the "beat down" so they will know their place when they take on their next opponent, right? Ha Ha

Windy

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Thanks again, Kitties.

Wow, double digit lead before the end of June!

Bring on the Cubbies.

YOU CAN PUT IT ON THE BOARD...YES!

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Be careful what you wish for Windy.

(And yes, I was referring to the bad boys of Motown era. As to the Knicks, the Starks era was when we referred to them as "thugs". Of course as a Bull, Starks was worthless-figures!)

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10-4...

Here's one smiley for Tuesdays 7-2, "wake-up call" win... grin.gif

Here's 2 smileys for the 8-2 drubbing of the faltering Twinkies... grin.gifgrin.gif

Will there be 3 smileys and a second, consecutive Tigers sweep of the Twins? wink.gif

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There you are crawling out of the woodwork. I though you were done posting here. Guess not, as soon as your team beats us, here you come. Some things never change. tongue.gif

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Hi ho Silva away!! Thanks Mr. Tim Duncan for making Thursday such a great sports day! grin.gif

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Hey Backherup,

Like Meatloaf says, "Two out of Three ain't bad". Nice job of Twinkie pounding. Looks like the Brew Crew is picking up where you left off. We have to give the Cubbies a little attention and put them back in their place then I can get back to Twinkie Watch 2005. Got to run, sister in laws wedding this weekend and lots of stuff to do though I will try to sneak a peek at my beloved Pale Hose every now and then. Later, Dude.

YOU CAN PUT IT ON THE BOARD...YES!

Windy

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Windy, I agree with you and Meatloaf- two out of three ain't bad. Here's a twist on an REO line: Time for me to gloat (Who put who in who's place)?

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Geno, Geno, My Cubbie Loving Bambino

How do you figure anybody is ahead? Last time I checked it was 3 games each this year. If you want to look back at the total series we are still up by two games? What's with all this "up" stuff, my man? It is a tie in my book and the only way I can think of to settle the tie is for my beloved Pale Hose to take the Cub Nation on one more time this year...Let's say around October? When the weather is a little cooler, maybe for oh let's say 7 games or so? Are you up for it, my brother? Can I get an amen?

Talk to you soon, my friend. I am getting the "heebie geebies" as it is now T-Minus 25 days till Cass Lake 2005 with me and Mr. Mr. Jones....We got a thing...goin' on. Sing it with me Geno...Me and Mr. Mr. Jones.......

Windy

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Windy,

Can't follow your post. What is this "up" stuff you are referring to. I don't remember talking anything about being up.

Anyway, typical of you to bring out the history books ON A SELECTIVE BASIS. Last weekend is all I was referring to as you were the one talking in advance on how the Sox would put the Cubs in their place. But once again, all just a big bag of wind.

Don't try changing the subject with me you little PaleHose lover you. You made your bed, now sleep in it.

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Go Gene go! Tell it the way it is brotha! grin.gif The sad thing is that I'll be up on Cass lake on the 29th and 30th of July....

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Well, if Buzz and Windy aren't afraid of becoming too friendly to continue this great banter, why don't you smoke the peace pipe for a few hrs and have a few beers and watch a Cass sunset - unless one of you is a violent drunk. Me, I'm a happy one no matter if I'm toasting with a Sox or Twin or Cub fan.

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I stay in Walker and we do the Leech Lake, Cass Lake and Winni tour.... Winni is always the best!

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