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OC Dolphin
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Woods, You’re not thinking this through. You should be ecstatic with what the Dems are doing in California. Didn’t you see the brazen way those two homies walked out of TJ Max, arms full, loaded with goodies. Dude, Penal Code 459.5 PC makes shoplifting a misdemeanor offense in California. This section defines shoplifting as entering an open business with the intent to steal merchandise worth $950 or less. The crime is punishable by probation, fines, restitution, and up to 6 months in jail if they even prosecuted. My advise to you is to walk right into Golf Galaxy, gather up a new set PF Titleist T200’s and walk out the door. Heck, you need a new set of irons. You e been using your existing set since balata balls were all the rave. And that’s not hyperbole.
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The game has become episodes of MASH more than ever. Every single team in both conferences. 16 easy. Could have won were not for injuries to their key players. Same next year and the next. Probably because the game relies on the two or three within each team more than ever.
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BB, I agree about Allen and Curry. It just makes me lose some respect whenever a player like Curry launches a three-pointer, then follows it up with a fake collapse to the floor every time a defender is within two feet from him.
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I was watching one of the championship games. I think it was game four. Anyway, the point guard who spells Chris Paul, I forget his name, is bringing up the ball after a Bucks score, and Giannis is running back to play defense. Well, the PG floats over in front of Giannis then stops. Tweet! Foul! Come on, man. This ain’t soccer! Just don’t hold trickery in high regard.
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Booker by far relies on that.
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Not knocking so much as not a fan of superstars who use the technique of drawing fouls to produce half their scoring. They all do it. It’s smart basketball. I just don’t respect them as much as the pure shooters.
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I posted the above to see if BB is still in the Ozarks or Mordor, or wherever he said he was vacationing.
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Devin Booker is a talented player. No doubt. But he reminds me of guys like Danny Ainge, Ray Allen, Steph Curry. Guys that routinely made much of their scoring by drawing fouls. Booker and Ainge, especially. Can't stand those type of players.
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Certainly looked like a cake walk after the second game and win by the Suns. I"m sure all fans thought the Championship was inevitably their's to win. Then Milwaukee woke up!
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Took 50 years for the Milwaukee Bucks to win their second championship. Two basic things the two teams had in common. A dominating player under the basket. Alcindor and Antetokounmpo. Or was it that both players had names that started with "A"?
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Good one, shadow!
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We don't need no thought of all. No dark sarcasm by those with knowledge. Teacher, leave them kids alone. Hey! Teacher, leave the mindless alone. All in all you're just another brick in the wall. All in all you're just a Trump brick in the wall.
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We Don't Need No Education...
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A transformation often happens to people once success enters their lives. Most likely it's a combination factors - e.g., celebrity status/fan adoration, a confidence that finances seemingly will eternally hold up, always made to feel special, etc. Rock stars, actors alike are the easiest to spot. Why can't they just shut up and dribble, or act, or sing. No matter which side your audience holds true, you're guaranteed to lose half of them. Here's a prime idiot: https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2021/07/21/pink-floyds-roger-waters-says-anti-communism-uprising-in-cuba-is-americas-fault-u-s-does-nothing-but-rape-and-pillage-wherever-it-is/
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FZ, Thanks again for your streaming stewardship, and how to get the Dolphins game. I decided to try your approach "on the side" via internet, but since I had to install new -everything services- at our new home I went ahead and took advantage of the special ATT is running for new customers. That's the "NFL Ticket" FREE for the first year, with their second tiered bundled package. The content we watch at home is really limited. Basically TCM, Golf Channel, ESPN, TNT, FOX News and other movies that we happen to catch along the way. Anyway, I know I wanted to watch the Dolphins this football season and made sure of that, and now that I've got the ATT internet installed, I'll experiment with streaming on our third set upstairs, where I plan to place the pool table. Yes, sir! Upstairs Mancave coming right up!!!
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Needless to say, I threw the rest of the pint in the garbage.
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I tried it one time, many years ago and soon began to think Democrats were okay.
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Ben and Jerrys has... for what seems as ever, banked their success on a single flavor. "Commie Pukes with Chips."
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Perhaps the single reason Jack and Tiger are safe with their respective records is that they burst on the scene with games that were way much better than their competition. Sure, Jack had some guys that presented a level of challenge, but Arnie was past his prime, same for Hogan. Even South African, Gary Player, provided challenges to Jack much the same as current SA, Oosthuzen provides this current crop. Tiger’s competition??? Exactly. What may be Tiger’s greatest legacy may be how he altered the game by inspiring million of kids and their dreaming dads and embracing golf as “cool.” It only took half a generation, post-Tiger, to raise the level of golf from roughly six legit competitors he faced, to 24 or so to what THIS generation must compete against every week. Golfers like: Rory, Rahm, DJ, JT, Speith, Morikawa, Koepka, Schouffele, DeChambeau, Cantley and Oosthuzen, with up and comers - Hovland, Im, Berger and others.
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Took a break from all those boxes to watch the leaders go through the back nine. Morikawa processes one of the most polished games I’ve seen in awhile. His ball striking is second to no one. Anyone who’s ever played the sport and reached an understanding of the physics of what it takes to get the ball to react a certain way can only walk away impressed by this 24 year old’s game. He’s no Tiger or Jack, but certainly capable of reaching - in fact reminding me of Tom Watson.
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...roughly in the middle of the fourth quarter of our move. Another week and I’ll come up for air.
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Woods, FZ called and we talked. He’s using a very unique approach. Kind of old school when you think about it. Basically, he’s lined a Dolphin’s cap with aluminum foil. Not just ANY aluminum foil. It has to be the Reynolds brand. Come game day, he ties the cap on backwards on his dog, ”Csonka,” and lets him run around the roof of his carport. On the TV end he has taken four aluminum pasta sieves and stacked them up and through a pair of rabbit ears that is connected to his set. He told me that four sieves are important, as each sieve crackle, sparks and burns out during each quarter of the game. He did say that everyone watching must also chant Tua’s full name, which sorry to say, leaves you out from all this.
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Thanks, FZ. Btw, that was some funny Woodcock/butler take.
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Hear
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AT&T is offering the NFL Package for free (through Direct TV), if you sign up for two years. My other option for watching The Dolphins this year is to live-stream. I’m undecided and need pov’s.
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