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Discussion: 'and to all a good night'

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Dec. 26, 2008
Men's 55
15 posts
'and to all a good night'
Happy Holidays fellow sports fans,
SSUSA-- Holiday greetings and thanks for all you do

Duke- sorry to hear about that arm injury. We were looking forward to a rematch at full strength. Happy Holidays to you and your dime a dozen teammates.

Hi-Jacker/Einstein- Einstein won't recognize your posts because your info isn't public so why support him. Please let's debate but stop qualifying people if they have an opinion that doesn't align with your own.

Dirty- you got to love him or hate him but without him it's boring at times . Glad to see you back after your three week hiatus you controversial son of a gun. (p.s. did you sandbag the London Ontario tournament a few years ago?)

Michigan Vet- Holiday Greetings from the upstate NY bunch. Don't put any money down on Bageby's at the TOC!

JIM16- missed your homerun barrage at Dalton but glad you caught ours. stay home and keep drinking that acai.

to the rest of the regulars here- keep swinging, we'll work it out in the end. safe travels in the upcoming year and let's play ball!!

for the love of the game--##7
Dec. 26, 2008
Men's 65
839 posts

Happy holidays to you too! My arm injury was over a year ago. The arm is pretty much at full strength, just does not seem alright. Kind of like a bone that healed incorrectly. I am able to lift weights again. Thanks for the concern though. Look forward to seeing you guys again in some future tournament.

Andy Smith,
Double Nickels,
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