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Discussion: Einstein "The Final Word"

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Sept. 3, 2008
Dillon1
12 posts
Einstein "The Final Word"
Surprisingly, LVSSA ran a top notch tourney this pass weekend. Furthermore, I had the pleasure of playing with a good bunch of guys including the softball world renowned Einstein and due to his unremitting incredible insight, oral eloquence, rock n roll renditions complete with microphone and dancing and crystal ballism regarding any and all subjects known or unknown to our modern society, I have dubbed him “THE FINAL WORD”
I strongly suggest that senior softball implement a rule that every player before retirement must without fail play a tournament with “THE FINAL WORD”. You will come away scratching your head with a smile on your face and appreciation in your heart. Thanks Einstein for the memories. Leon
Sept. 3, 2008
Lecak
Men's 55
1012 posts
Leon you forgot the infield portion. Einstein is pitching and we make a pitching change and Joe moves to 3B. The rest of the infield average age is probably 51 on the high end. I'm playing first and I hear the SS look at Einstein and comment the average age of our infield just went up by 5 years. Sorry Joe coudn't resist we got a big laugh out of that one. While Joe is pitching Mike the SS keeps talking good job Professor to Einstein. Fun weekend. Joe your knuckleball was dancing all day Sunday, glad I didn't have to hit against thing.
Sept. 3, 2008
einstein
Men's 50
3114 posts
Have I told, you lately, that I love you...

We did have a good time, didn't we.
What a treat watching you run around the bases
and drive them low pitches
up the middle and to the right.
Your daughter is beautiful.
You made us all laugh when you were dancing around us and one of the wives
pulled some money out for a lap dance.
You've got a great sense of life and humor.
An uncommonly bright and easy temperament.
A treat to be around and a great teammate.
You're coming to Phoenix with us, right?
Sept. 3, 2008
einstein
Men's 50
3114 posts
Joe,
Youth and exuberance will never be a match for old age and treachery.
Every infield should have at least one old guy.
Think of it another way.
With me around all you guys probably look 20 years younger.
Sept. 3, 2008
DoubleL10
Men's 65
836 posts
Joe, At least with you guys, it was the age thing. A few years ago when I played with Hendricks (TX), when I played 2nd base, John Spikerman at third, Terry Perryman at short and Sam Golden at first, I said we had about a half-a-ton infield!! LOL
Sept. 3, 2008
4x4
Men's 65
597 posts
Did Joe take the stage at the Californian? Damn - I knew I should of gone. He has a pretty good voice beltin' out his fav's.........
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