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Discussion: ASA Nationals
|Sept. 6, 2005|
I had a good time playing in Burlington N.C. over the weekend. It was good to see all of our friends from Thermco and Al's. Always a pleasure to play you guys. Good luck in the future and hope to see you in Panama City. Billy Mac its always a pleasure. Elmo
|Sept. 8, 2005|
|Lynn...You are right on target. The N.C. trip was one of the most enjoyable we attended all year. Except for the triple play, that is.|
The rivalry that we have with you guys, and even more, the genuine friendship and good will that we enjoy off the field is exactly what I was hoping to find when I left the kids to come to the seniors.
I have decided to forego the WSL tourney at the end of the month, but hope to catch up with you guys in November. Until then, be well and stay healthy.
Hit to WIN!!!!
|Sept. 8, 2005|
|Congrats Billy: I always know that if you guys are in a tourney that we will be competing against a great team & even after the game win or lose, we shake hands & wish each the best. That is what is great about us old guys.|
See you soon.
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