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  • kennyboyerfan
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    Teddy: "I remembered I can't swim."

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  • dooz
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    QUOTE(kennyboyerfan @ Oct 17 2005, 10:36 AM) Quoted post

    Hope those fisherman didn't let Teddy drive them home after the rescue.

    And, by the way, where the F was Nomar?
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    I knew this would be a great thread to start.. there are so many possibilities! Mary Jo, Nomar, Sean Penn, creative headlines, etc.

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  • 007
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    Making up for Mary Jo?

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  • kennyboyerfan
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    Hope those fisherman didn't let Teddy drive them home after the rescue.

    And, by the way, where the F was Nomar?

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  • Damtoft
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    Sean will bring the bailing Dixie Cups

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  • dooz
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    at first, I thought the headline "Sen. Edward Kennedy Helps Rescue Fishermen" would mean that he helped in the rescue. He and Sean Penn should do a documentary.

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  • Damtoft
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    He's growing in office.

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  • dooz
    started a topic Sen. Edward Kennedy Helps Rescue Fishermen

    Sen. Edward Kennedy Helps Rescue Fishermen

    Sen. Edward Kennedy Helps Rescue Fishermen
    The Associated Press
    Monday, October 17, 2005; 2:24 AM

    HYANNIS, Mass. -- U.S. Sen. Edward Kennedy attempted to rescue six men who had become trapped by high tide on a jetty off Hyannisport on Sunday.

    The Massachusetts Democrat eventually left the rescue to Hyannis firefighters, The Cape Cod Times reported Monday.

    Kennedy was walking his two dogs on the shore at 11:15 a.m. when he spotted the men cut off from shore by the rising waters. They had been fishing on a jetty that begins at the tip of the Kennedy compound.

    Tides had risen over the patchy rocks, which made it difficult to walk back to shore.

    Kennedy and a friend tried to rescue the men using a 13-foot boat but rough waters forced them back.

    A crew from the Hyannis Fire Department picked them up. The men, in their 20s, were not identified. They were brought to Cape Cod Hospital with mild hypothermia.
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