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the shadow knows
north miami beach, FL
jewboy law ,education and training and ordained Rabbi
Interests: music, and sports
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"TALKING SUPER BOWL"... not playing in it!! if not mistaken, 5 appearances in 50 years, the last two a close game with the redskins and a blowout by the niners. don't think this year will be a SB appearance by the locals, even with NE minus #12 for 1/4 the schedule.
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Big Baby, "case closed"- a very curt response from one of the nicer guys on the blog. consider TG: .845 - .338= .407, DO .938 - 286= .646. a differential of .300 in the slugging percentage doesn't sway me at all. as Fzb listed them, all the named players were better hitters than david ortiz, plus he threw in "baseball players" to rib you about DO rarely putting on a mitt. what was DO's high for stolen bases in a season. tony gwynn scored runs and was a baserunner of high caliber, DO walks from base to base!!!
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BETTER ALL AROUND HITTER????? TG-lifetime .338, DO lifetime .286 i like david ortiz, he is a fun guy popular with all but NYY fans. yes, DO had considerably more power, but i don't buy the argument that a guy has to have power along with a strong BA (ted williams and others) to be great hitter. lifetime almost .340? he was a great hitter and an extremely decent man, who really revved it up against the loathsome dodgers. in no way shape or form should or could DO be considered a better hitter the tony gwynn. a lot of guys have 500+ homers-how many have a lifetime BA of .338 over a long career?
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Big Baby, 1987: tony gwynn 56 stolen bases.
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MUD BOWL TONIGHT!!! i'l watch the dolphins cause i love element bowls and they are saying rain for tonight. how've ya been?
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Big Baby, don't rag on my favorite baseball player not named fernando or tommy davis. tony gwynn could run, throw, defend in right field and w/o saying hit. comparing david ortiz to tony gwynn is absurd. use another guy for your comparison- not one who had numerous batting titles, one of them at .394, won a gold glove or two, and stole bases- may be wrong but i think one season he may have had 55. like i said, bay be wrong on that one.
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citizens, what every great "dynasty" type good teams of days of yore had was a stable offensive line;dallas of the 70s and the airman years, the oakland raiders of upshot shell, the steelers of toll, the niners of walsh. the juggling around of the dolphins' current bunch is just as at has been the past few seasons-switching positions, no stability and a formula for disaster. doesn't look good with two and one half weeks to straighten things out.
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fellers, pray for the italians.
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Mr. Woodocock, the tape of the 84 brazilian women is in very low-def and doesn't do them justice.
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Mr. Woodcock, going back a bit, but the most beautiful collection go women athletes on one squad was the 1984 brazilian (indoor) volleyballers. near every one was your basic "girl from ipanema" and many of the them already had children. an unreal collection of athletic beauties.
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NO BIG DEAL>>> getting hammered in pre-season game #2 doesn't mean anything. the problem with the pre-season is that they fiddle around for 3 games, let the starters play the first quarter of the last game, and then start off with NE. when there were six games, the starters played all of the last game, or most most of it.
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TWO GREATS: simone biles beat the jewess by daylight in the floor exercise, and aly raisin beat the rest of the pack by an equally huge margin. so far my sportsman of the year goes to simone biles and leicester city.
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JAPAN (was) IN THE GAME: up until the last minutes of the 1st half, the japanese were playing textbook "princeton basketball'. on overall talent the USA has gone to a near 20 point lead when it was down to a couple of points twice in the first half. too much talent, playing everybody is okay, but it seems to me that a core of 6-8 players getting time together is the better way to go. maybe too many egos involved,maybe
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Mr. Woodcock, it seems from the photos that the press box (visitors side) is gonna be stretched upwards. it didn't look, at least from the photos i saw that they were gonna do anything to the USC side of the old girl.
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Mr. Woodcock, the rams back where they belong!!! glad you were able to take a shuttle from culver city to the coliseum. the coliseum is a great place to watch football, as most oval stadia are. who needs absurd luxury boxes? when they move to what once was the track of the lakes and flowers, the coliseum will be vacant again. lots and lots of great f=games played at the old girl. when are the rams due to move to inglewood (guess you'll be arriving there in a tank and full body armor).
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NOBODY IS GONNA MISTAKE... giancarlo stanton for pete rose running the bases. although i don't like him. "charlie hustle" got his nickname by sprinting to 1st base no matter what. watch the tape and you'll see stanton stationary in the box looking at his "innocent" pop fly before shifting into gear. sure 99% off those pop-ups are gonna get caught, but everybody is taught in little league to not look at then ball and bolt for first- not what stanton did by a longshot last night.
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OVER THE LAST FIVE YEARS..... stanton is averaging 106 games/year. meaning a substantial amount of time watching instead of playing. the marlins are having a very good season and this is really a substantial loss for them until the wire. they say he is out for the season, but i saw 6 weeks and could be back in uniform for the post-season.
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NO SURPRISE HERE .... that giancarlo stanton got hurt and will likely miss 6 weeks. then guy gets hurt every year (it seems) and then marlins are fortunate tom still field and outfield of yellich, orzuna, and ichiro. hit in the face, pull a groin muscle (maybe he should try the league with the designated hitter), whatever it is the guy is getting hurt yearly. as mentioned, the marlins still have a more than adequate outfield, but the seats won't have as many bodies in them as before. in a one run game getting to second on a single is an important thing, but i don't think stanton is noted for his speed. and let's not leave out the first base coach, who may/may not have sent him on his way to second. will have to look it up, but i think his wish for HEs in a season is 31 and games maybe 130-135. the guy can hit em a mile, but b=not from the disabled list!! let's see how the marlins and their manager do the rest of the season; as of now that are neck and neck with the-UGGGHH-dodgers who are w/o kershaw.
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Mr. Woodcock, certainly is east of sepulveda, where in the days of yore an a&w drive-in occupied the SE corner of venice and sepulveda. back in my cruising for womanhood one of my favorite and most successful areas of operation was bounded by sepulveda on the east, lincoln/ocean on the west, venice on the north and washington on the south. plenty of non-hooker females jumped into my 1974 BMW 2002, let alone the lotus europa that i had previously. a trip to that a&w with the okay burgers and the delightful root beer served in a frosted mug was heavenly,
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SIMONE BILES: i expect it will be difficult form her to win three times within a limited mount of time, but this young gymnast is capable of anything!! all of our gymnasts are getting a chance at gold medals, and besides the crush i have on the jewish girl who'll be worth millions, i have become almost infatuated with the perky and really cute laurie hernandaz- what a smile on that purim!!!
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fellers, no o-line = no offense. easy equation
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Mr. Woodcock, i don't remember posting what "the real historic" medal was.
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aly my gally, what an impressive display of athleticism and attitude by the jewess last night. these were some horrible, horrible things tweeted about the swimmer of color who won the gold, and comments that gaby douglas should her her flat nose rearranged. i guess some people don't remember the abyss michael jackson fell into when he tried to load caucasian-UGGGHHH!!
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naples jack, the Talmud states that the real grief of someone passing can only be felt by the spouse. May The Holy One comfort you and your kids.
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Mr. Woodcock, very much so!!! someone in the stands held up the israeli flag-for reasons i don't know. probably because in the USA most people's identification with judaism is with the state of israel. remember last year she tumbled to a gold medal to the tune of hava nagilah. a beautiful nice girl who make her nervous parents quite happy with her performances.she may be the most "jewish" athlete of the last few decades-what a punim!!! (punim=face)
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