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  • #92039

    Laszlo Panaflex
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    LJ has zero understanding of human anatomy. I don’t think he’s ever seen a naked woman. You have those fucked up Joker lips on the blonde in the background, a torso that is all boobs on the lady in the purple swimsuit and our friend in the local media has no neck. It is also alarming if one thinks too much about where those swim trunks are supposed to be located relative to the guys package. :ohmy:

    #92040

    Kevin
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    The bent stem on the daiquiri glass. :lol:

    #92041

    Humphrey
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    I apologize for kicking off amateur theatre monday. I honestly thought I was alone 🙁 😆

    You’re in the trust tree, in the nest.

    My junior year we got a new theatre teacher, young guy (probably late twenties?) Early on first semester he was demonstrating the trust fall thing to us from the third step of a 12 foot ladder..he went right through our interlocked arms and whacked his head on the floor like Larry did in the playoffs against the Pacers. The room went quiet for a moment until it was determined he wasn’t super hurt; once that was confirmed me and the two other bad boys of the theatre department (all things being relative…) started laughing our asses off, until we were forced to leave the room by some of our more sensitive brethren

    Sounds like our respected-by-some-hated-by-the-rest hs baseball coach getting one square in the nuts pitching BP!   Good mixture of laughter and outrage.

    #92042

    Kevin
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    Best tweet ever.

    #92044

    Major Intangibles
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    That’s an LJ reuse of an existing scribble. Schick, to your archives!

    Nothing will be saved. All will be lost. And our new onion-headed sad emoticon is unable to convey the depth of that loss. -10/22/25 (sic) Daily Thread

    #92046

    Suzy
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    #92047

    Hacksaw
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    I apologize for kicking off amateur theatre monday. I honestly thought I was alone 🙁 😆

    You’re in the trust tree, in the nest.

    My junior year we got a new theatre teacher, young guy (probably late twenties?) Early on first semester he was demonstrating the trust fall thing to us from the third step of a 12 foot ladder..he went right through our interlocked arms and whacked his head on the floor like Larry did in the playoffs against the Pacers. The room went quiet for a moment until it was determined he wasn’t super hurt; once that was confirmed me and the two other bad boys of the theatre department (all things being relative…) started laughing our asses off, until we were forced to leave the room by some of our more sensitive brethren

    Sounds like our respected-by-some-hated-by-the-rest hs baseball coach getting one square in the nuts pitching BP! Good mixture of laughter and outrage.

    My call to glory in BP was hitting the American Legion coach square in the ass with a line drive. The victim was walking in the infield chirping about something. The other coach pitching BP just kept pitching meatballs.

    #92048

    Callahardfoul
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    Ahh fond memories…the theme of the Spring Ball at Bowdoin was Nominally Copulatable.

    #92051

    Callahardfoul
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    P.S. some personal news.

    I’ve decided that Blount sprinting on to the field after the White touchdown is a top 10 moment in my life.

    #92052

    Chuck Schick
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    That’s an LJ reuse of an existing scribble. Schick, to your archives!

    I think today’s scribblework is all original, but obviously he’s recycled this tired theme before. I want to tell him this in the Ordway sotto voice: Larry, nobody gives a flying fuck about sports reporters!

    #92053

    Major Intangibles
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    I see. Larry does understand that sports reporters are twisted mutants. So there’s that.

    Nothing will be saved. All will be lost. And our new onion-headed sad emoticon is unable to convey the depth of that loss. -10/22/25 (sic) Daily Thread

    #92054

    Callahardfoul
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    The list goes:

    10.  Met Heinsohn

    9.  College career high 17 and 10 on USM circa 1996.

    8. Blount runs on field after White OT touchdown

    7. Dropped 38 and 16 on Malden Catholic circa 1994.

    6. Kid # 2 born (girl)

    5. Got married to wife.

    4.  “Anything is possiblllllllllle.”

    3. “Intercepted at the goal line by Malcolm Butler. Unreal”

    2. Kid # 1 born (boy)

    1.  “choosing to be introduced as a team.”

    #92055

    Laszlo Panaflex
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    Did that come out today? Hasn’t most of the snow melted in the last 5 days? Better yet has LJ even been outside the last 5 days? What’s up with the egg-shaped dude chasing that lady?

    #92056

    chicowalker
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    You played college ball?  Where?

    #92057

    BSF34
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    CAHF played for Polk High?

    Wait, what?

    #92058

    Feejis
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    You played college ball? Where?

    St. Copious of uh, Northern….

    #92059

    BSF34
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    Did that come out today? Hasn’t most of the snow melted in the last 5 days? Better yet has LJ even been outside the last 5 days? What’s up with the egg-shaped dude chasing that lady?

    Or the guy sitting on the diving board who appears to be wearing a headband on his right thigh and nothing else?

    Wait, what?

    #92060

    chicowalker
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    twitter makes you sign in to read people’s tweets now?  Not going to force my hand, jerks.  I think Zerowalls died anyway

    #92061

    Callahardfoul
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    You played college ball? Where?

    Illustrious Division 18 powerhouse Bowdoin. Played is a relative term. Also, not sure if you are making fun of me because I’ve referenced it too many times over the years.

    #92062

    Canadian Soldier
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    You played college ball? Where?

    Illustrious Division 18 powerhouse Bowdoin. Played is a relative term. Also, not sure if you are making fun of me because I’ve referenced it too many times over the years.

    Dale Arnold’s alma mater?  (Nathaniel Hawthorne’s, too, but …)

    #92063

    InThisTown
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    Chico’s Board Blindspots is a recurring thing that comes up a couple times every year.  :lol:

    #92064

    Feejis
    Participant

    (BSMW historians scramble to the Bowdoin photo archives for players with high top fades)

    #92065

    Claude45
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    That Patriots SB52 is quite the twitter cvnto. Calling Hightower money grubbing and threatening him with Cleveland if he doesn’t take less money. I love these people that have no problem spending the teams or players money. Hey dickhead, there’s a lot of cash involved, let the adults handle their own business.

    #92066

    Claude45
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    On the other hand, the Steelers paid Bell $4 millon a year more than the next highest RB. That seems excessive but they’re the best in player personnel game so I’m sure it’s fine.

    #92067

    chicowalker
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    You played college ball? Where?

    Illustrious Division 18 powerhouse Bowdoin. Played is a relative term. Also, not sure if you are making fun of me because I’ve referenced it too many times over the years.

    not at all, my memory is shit these days

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