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  • The baddest 70 year old man on the planet

    I can't believe he's 70.

    In addition to Hoot and Sunuva Nun, Dorrell Norman Herzog also celebrates a birthday today.
    But wait. There is something that can be done afterall. My good friend Angelo is a cop in the Tampa/Clearwater area. Since I kept all of the files from the access logs when I had the power to see them, guess what, I have everyone's IP addresses. Hmm..what can I do w/ those??
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  • #2
    Happy B-Day, Gibby

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    • #3


      Do not pass this guy on the highway.
      Sometimes elections have positive consequences!

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      • #4
        QUOTE(GreatestShow99 @ Nov 9 2005, 09:14 AM) Quoted post

        Happy B-Day, Gibby


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        They don't make many like him anymore. Maybe the Rocket.

        Happy Birthday Gibby. You're my hero. [img]style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/biggrin.gif[/img]
        RIP Stan the Man
        The StL Blues will NEVER win the Stanley Cup. I repeat, NEVER!
        I miss TLR!

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        • #5
          Happy birthday to everyone today.

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          • #6
            Tough. Clemens, maybe. I wasn't around when Gibson played, but I think Schilling comes close to being the Bob Gibson of his era.

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            • #7
              QUOTE(GreatestShow99 @ Nov 9 2005, 11:56 AM) Quoted post

              Tough. Clemens, maybe. I wasn't around when Gibson played, but I think Schilling comes close to being the Bob Gibson of his era.
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              Neither one could carry Gibby's jock.
              I agree with Davhaf.....Kaiser March 9,2004

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              Mick Jagger is in better shape than far too many NBA players. It's up in the air whether the same can be said of Keith Richards.

              Bill Walton

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              • #8
                QUOTE(davhaf @ Nov 9 2005, 10:59 AM) Quoted post

                QUOTE(GreatestShow99 @ Nov 9 2005, 11:56 AM) Quoted post

                Tough. Clemens, maybe. I wasn't around when Gibson played, but I think Schilling comes close to being the Bob Gibson of his era.
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                Neither one could carry Gibby's jock.
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                • #9
                  QUOTE(Blue Chicago @ Nov 9 2005, 12:02 PM) Quoted post

                  QUOTE(davhaf @ Nov 9 2005, 10:59 AM) Quoted post

                  QUOTE(GreatestShow99 @ Nov 9 2005, 11:56 AM) Quoted post

                  Tough. Clemens, maybe. I wasn't around when Gibson played, but I think Schilling comes close to being the Bob Gibson of his era.
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                  Neither one could carry Gibby's jock.
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                  Schilling is a loudmouth drama queen.

                  Clemons, as a winner, is not in the same universe.

                  Oswalt, until the WS, reminded me more of Gibby than anyone I've seen in a while.
                  The Dude abides.

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                  • #10
                    "Have you ever thrown a ball 100 miles an hour? Everything hurts. Even your ass hurts. I see pictures of my face and say, 'Holy shit', but that's the strain you feel when you throw. I had one of those faces you look at it, man, and say, 'Man he's an ass-hole.' Could be, depends on if you pissed me off or not."


                    "When I knocked a guy down, there was no second part to the story."


                    "Barry Bonds? I'll tell you what, if he hit a home run off (Bob) Gibson or (Don) Drysdale and stood and admired it, they'd knock that earring out of his ear the next time up." - National League Umpire Doug Harvey


                    "'Don't dig in against Bob Gibson, he'll knock you down. Don't stare at him. He doesn't like it. If you happen to hit a home run, don't run too slow, don't run too fast. If you happen to want to celebrate, get in the tunnel first. And if he hits you, don't charge the mound, because he's a Gold Glove boxer.' I'm like, 'Damn, what about my 17-game hitting streak?' That was the night it ended."
                    I agree with Davhaf.....Kaiser March 9,2004

                    Official Lounge co-sponsor of Jason Motte.

                    Mick Jagger is in better shape than far too many NBA players. It's up in the air whether the same can be said of Keith Richards.

                    Bill Walton

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                    • #11
                      QUOTE(Moe_Szyslak @ Nov 9 2005, 11:06 AM) Quoted post

                      QUOTE(Blue Chicago @ Nov 9 2005, 12:02 PM) Quoted post

                      QUOTE(davhaf @ Nov 9 2005, 10:59 AM) Quoted post

                      QUOTE(GreatestShow99 @ Nov 9 2005, 11:56 AM) Quoted post

                      Tough. Clemens, maybe. I wasn't around when Gibson played, but I think Schilling comes close to being the Bob Gibson of his era.
                      [/b][/quote]


                      Neither one could carry Gibby's jock.
                      [/b][/quote]

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                      [/b][/quote]

                      Schilling is a loudmouth drama queen.

                      Clemons, as a winner, is not in the same universe.

                      Oswalt, until the WS, reminded me more of Gibby than anyone I've seen in a while.
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                      Agreed. No dispute about that. But he's the greatest big-game pitcher of HIS era, and backs it up more times than not.

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                      • #12
                        Awesome! Happy 70th.
                        http://www.baseball-reference.com/g/gibsobo01.shtml

                        Who's this Bob Gibson? His Son?

                        http://www.baseball-reference.com/g/gibsobo02.shtml

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