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Discussion in 'Offtopic Lounge' started by basicstrategy777, Apr 28, 2016.
From this pic I can tell you guys another for sure thing.... the brunette is a knotty girl
if you go into any rocking casino past midnight on a Saturday night you will see plenty of this.
if that's too late for you, just go into midtown manhattan at lunchtime, the hot body parade is incredible.
this is how they dress today, tighter and tighter clothes.
This not only knocks ducks out of the sky...but also cooks them to a nice sear..a glass of red wine manufick ...
My first post on this thread.
-Who is the only player in baseball history who during 10 consecutive seasons had a batting average over .300, > 200 hits and a golden glove?
-Only 2 players in history have 10 gold gloves and a career batting average over .310. Roberto Clemente and this guy. Who is he?
Ichiro Suzuki- He's retired but suits up for batting practice, and is required to leave the bench during games. Yeah, this all time great was my favorite player of this era.
Neat info and post
He was and is a great player.....he had a fantastic strong accurate arm, and could do it all.......Even at 44, I'm confident you have not seen the end of his playing days.He was an artist in the field and at the plate.
is this the tractor outside some small bakery up there near Mohegan?
No........got the photo off the internet .
Rumor has it there is a craps table inside.
"Would the best DI in the casino please raise your hand?"
777s how do you do it...every pic is cool the Beverly Hillbillys ,Petticoat junction green acres Ill tell you in PM how close to home that hits the kong movie will have to wait until we meet a fun date I think thats are Crispy on the surf board I could picture her doing that for some reason when I look at the asian pic I keep thinking of push,push,push it real good I think thats a song
MisterInside is vacationing in Maryland and did some sightseeing after 18 holes and 92 strokes this morning. That's me pictured outside of the clubhouse and grandstand of the former Havre de Grace racetrack. The track closed in 1950, after being bought by the owners of Pimlico, who swallowed up the racing dates and moved them to the home of the Preakness. The Havre de Grace track was top notch in the early 20th century. The first triple crown winner, Sir Barton (1919) ran there as did America's greatest horse ever, Man o' War. War Admiral, the 1937 TC winner broke his maiden there in 1936 and his arch-rival, Seabiscuit raced there too. You can see the outline of the grandstand that has been roofed over. The former clubhouse serves as a National Guard facility now. The track is only about 1/4 mile from the Amtrak line that serves the northeast corridor. Horses traveled by train back in the day.