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    Miserable Fellow
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    Maybe try out Smart at Safety? Nice Duron Harmonesque game sealing INT.

    #123868

    GusChiggins
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    What a day – great Peter King bashing and an even better Celtics win.

    #123869

    Yahtzee
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    No confetti?

    #123870

    chicowalker
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    Smarts make when he tried to miss covered the spread  :smile:

    #123871

    Yahtzee
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    Smarts make when he tried to miss covered the spread 🙂

    I had heard Philly was favored by 1.

    #123872

    jforb
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    One more

    Two years ago, Kim joined the family for a vacation in British Columbia. We were still getting to know her then. She’s an engineer, designing green buildings and energy systems, and I remember one day on a long drive grilling her about all things green energy and architecture. For 90 minutes I went on, and she answered thoughtfully and educationally. I kept getting the stares from the other women in the family, like, Stop the cross-examination, counselor. But Kim enjoyed it (or at least pretended she did). It was educational and fun.

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    chicowalker
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    Smarts make when he tried to miss covered the spread 🙂

    I had heard Philly was favored by 1.

    Started the day that way. My guy had it -1.5 at 7:30

    #123874

    Shaq didn’t know who Bledsoe was. I think this was approximately the sequence:

    “Was he good?”
    “Yes, he was good.”
    “Did he start?”
    “Yes, he started. He was the starter for the Patriots.”
    “Oh, well I’m a Cowboys guy.”

    :lol:

    #123875

    GreatWhiteDhale
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    One more

    Two years ago, Kim joined the family for a vacation in British Columbia. We were still getting to know her then. She’s an engineer, designing green buildings and energy systems, and I remember one day on a long drive grilling her about all things green energy and architecture. For 90 minutes I went on, and she answered thoughtfully and educationally. I kept getting the stares from the other women in the family, like, Stop the cross-examination, counselor. But Kim enjoyed it (or at least pretended she did). It was educational and fun.

    So, what’s it like chowing my daughter’s box?

    Come back, Regular Brian.

    My agenda is truth.

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