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OC Dolphin
Houston, Texas
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FZ, A lot depends on which one you get. We received both dosages of Moderna. They inject them deep, so your shoulder muscle will most likely hurt for a couple of days. My wife did have a rash that broke out about the size of a pancake around the injection site. Her arm was itchy, red as hell and puffed up. She did a lot of research and uncovered that “COVID Arm” affects about 2% of the population. This lasted for about four days. 85% get some some people get some mild side effects lasting a couple of days at most.
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Woodcock got the injection on his A$$, which did wonders for his looks!
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By now, Im sure you’ve all seen those commercials on tv describing Peyronie's Condition. You know. The one that showcases a screenful of weirdly shaped peppers, suggestive of a man’s private part. Well, Woodcock (the Freudian is too rich) mentioned to me that he thinks he suffers from Peyronie cause his thing happens to be in the shape of one of those peppers. I had to explain to Woodcock that the fact that he came from Cuba had nothing to do with having a small Habanero.
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Oh, yeah —- End of Story!
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Shit, in Woodcock’s team we would have to send Tua to the Land of the Giants; NY.
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Hey, maybe we can also get 5-7 Tarik Cohen and have Runty Russell throw to Toy Tarik. At about his size Woodcock would need a soapbox to view the action. Hahahaha...
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It’s the new normal. Reach above normal, throw a tantrum and demand greener pastures. And I don’t mean money.
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Wait, wait. This is too precious. So Woodcock now wants Russell, a QB who ieven shorter than his hated - Tiny Tua. Hahahahaha. Dude, just because one of Tua’s relatives made you wait an inordinate amount of time in front of you on the golf course is no reason to hate them all. What are you, a Democrat? Tiny, Runt-Runt Russell?
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the shadow knows Manischewitz.
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Another tidbit on HB... That stretch going up Palos Verdes, especially back in 1976/77 really tested your vehicle’s ability (or lack there of). Older 4-bangers need not try.
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Like I’ve mentioned earlier, I’ve driven up and down Hawthorne Blvd. a million times. I remember back to when I first drove it that there were these trailer-truck runoffs to purposely crash. Having earlier lived in the flatlands of Florida, this was new to me. Obviously, driving all around the west then on, such runoffs became common, but the ones on Hawthorne Blvd. were the first I saw.
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Both Genesis and Tiger are Riviera’s sponsor and host. Dude grew up in Cypress, CA, and must have traveled that road up and down as many times as Woodcock and I combined (a lot). Normal for event sponsors to provide their vehicles to VIPs during the week. I’m sure Tiger finagled a couple more days keep while back in his home turf. Btw, he’s lucky to have had that vehicle and not a Buick. Read text from CNN report: "I do think the fact that he was wearing a seat belt and that the vehicle safety features worked as designed by the manufacturer likely resulted in either reducing his injury or saving his life," Gonzalez told CNN's Chris Cuomo. In the days leading up to his crash, Tiger Woods had been teaching golf to movie and sports stars In the days leading up to his crash, Tiger Woods had been teaching golf to movie and sports stars The car he was driving also featured an all-new safety platform, an executive for the automaker said in a statement to CNN. The safety features of the Genesis GV80 include a strong focus on "passenger compartment protection/reinforcement areas," said Dana White, Chief Communications Officer for Genesis Motor North America. "This includes the use of advanced high strength steel for rigidity and safety." The vehicle was equipped with 10 standard airbags, including a "center-side airbag unique to Genesis that deploys between the front seats," according to White. While the exterior of the vehicle was mangled in the crash, the interior damage was such that Woods could survive. "We have seen accidents with far less obvious (damage) that are fatalities," Villanueva told CNN.
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Of course, Woodcock will somehow blame Tiger’s accident on Tua. Lord knows there are plenty of South Pacific types living in PV.
Toggle Commented Feb 24, 2021 on Will we ever return to normal? at OC Dolphin's blog
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PV and Hawthorne Blvd. must have driven up and down that road a hundred times. Tiger used a 4 iron when a wedge was the only safe play. Hogan suffered something similar, but Hogan was 36, not 45. Realistically, I was hoping for one more regular tour win for Tiger so as to one-up Sam Snead’s 82 mark. Safe bet would say that’s it for Tiger.
Toggle Commented Feb 24, 2021 on Will we ever return to normal? at OC Dolphin's blog
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...on another note, Ted Cruz and family happens to live three blocks way from me. My wife and I routinely walk three times a week all around the neighborhood. So after his last miscue in trying to circumvent this last week of weather hell and placating his daughter’s request to get the f*** out of Dodge, dude got slammed. We walked up his street on Sunday and there were some 30 or so Antifa types with bullhorns demonstrating in front of his house. The stares my wife and I were getting from all these head-to-toe, black dressed morons almost had me go Muhammad Ali on them. There we were, dressed all in red, white and blue (standard dress for the OC’s) and these frig-dicks were giving us the evil eye. Emboldened by the fact that there were some 20 or so armed cops, I was more than tempted to confront those assholes. Has the wife along, so forced to curb it. Those idiots have their head so far up their a** it ain’t funny.
Toggle Commented Feb 23, 2021 on Will we ever return to normal? at OC Dolphin's blog
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FZB, Thanks for asking. Everything is back to normal as of yesterday. The only thing being that all the tropical plants, trees and such are toast. I covered my “malangas” and it didn’t make a difference. We lost them. I would tell you that the experience of this last full week was like back-to-back SoFla hurricanes. Power out for three days and water for six. Stores were f***ing crazy, when you found them open. That and having to do all that while at 5 degrees with -10 wind chill. I’ve lived and had access to plenty of sub freezing temperature for over 30 years. This was a cake walk, but for the fact that it hit a population of 2.5 M unprepared for such breakdowns. I’m not about to compare extremes routinely hit in cold climates, bit when 1.3 M of people are out of services for longer than a couple of days things start to get bat-shit crazy.
Toggle Commented Feb 23, 2021 on Will we ever return to normal? at OC Dolphin's blog
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Woodcock, why don’t you just Feng Shui yourself.
Toggle Commented Feb 20, 2021 on Will we ever return to normal? at OC Dolphin's blog
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You have to dismiss much of what Woodcock thinks. He’s still under the impression that Feng Shui is some sort of Asian cuss phrase.
Toggle Commented Feb 19, 2021 on Will we ever return to normal? at OC Dolphin's blog
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Any of you guys have a bottle of water you can spare?
Toggle Commented Feb 18, 2021 on Will we ever return to normal? at OC Dolphin's blog
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Here in Houston. No power for over 36 hours. No water. Prepared well using my hurricane preparedness experience. Filled the tub, all pots and pans prior to the shutdown. Most All the traffic lights are out, and people actually waiting an hour or so outside, in the freezing (literally) rain to buy stuff like water batteries, coffee. What a mess!
Toggle Commented Feb 17, 2021 on Will we ever return to normal? at OC Dolphin's blog
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Wow, shadow. We all pretty much felt that COVID was the reason for your absence. I’m very happy you are mending. Get strong,
Toggle Commented Feb 17, 2021 on Will we ever return to normal? at OC Dolphin's blog
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Anyone curious about why the Democrats suddenly called off the witness portion of their sham impeachment? Ted Cruz revealed some of the questions various anonymous Republican senators were preparing to ask witness Pelosi: Q1: “Where’s the short, fat guy?” Q2: “Can we build the Keystone Pipeline if we add Hunter Biden to the board?” Q3: “To Manager Swalwell: Tell us about Fang Fang.” Q4: “(generic) Have any of the House Managers had sexual relations with a Chinese communist spy? Please explain.” Q5: “If we put him in a burlap sack & throw him in the river, and he does not float, must we convict?”
Toggle Commented Feb 14, 2021 on Will we ever return to normal? at OC Dolphin's blog
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...of course, we will all see Woodcock absolutely lose it.; potentially bursting his carotid artery. All-the-while shouting this or that about the three or four QBs the Dolphins neglect to take, and conveniently silent during Tua’s epic run through the 2021 season.
Toggle Commented Feb 12, 2021 on Will we ever return to normal? at OC Dolphin's blog
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FZB, While Mcshay’s mock trade looks tempting, I think there’s even a better deal out there. Once Miami is on the clock you’re going to see teams make ridiculous offers for the third QB off the board. A guy who THEY think is just as good, if not a better QB prospect. You watch.
Toggle Commented Feb 12, 2021 on Will we ever return to normal? at OC Dolphin's blog
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QB’s will go 1,2,3. Just about a lock, and Miami ain’t taking a QB.
Toggle Commented Feb 12, 2021 on Will we ever return to normal? at OC Dolphin's blog
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