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Post by Myke115 » Wed Mar 19, 2003 11:38 am

Bjorn Borg played in the late 70s and retired in 1981 earlier than most people exected. I was young then too ... like 7th grade (i think). I was just getting into tennis when he retired. I think my mom had a crush on him. She never played tennis but always watched him on TV.

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Post by mccutcheon » Wed Mar 19, 2003 7:21 pm

Yeah, hey i got Bjon Borg hair, not the Bee Gees.

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Post by Myke115 » Wed Mar 19, 2003 7:44 pm

That would make sense. With your hair color and complexion, you could pull off the Borg look.

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Post by mccutcheon » Fri Mar 21, 2003 12:19 am

Well today I was a bit of an asshole at the old tennis club. The tennis pro I usually play with is booked up to teach kids on spring break lessons all weak so I got tangled up in mixed doubles today. And I gotta say I like it. I love the little outfits the girls are wearing in tennis. Who says Anna never did anything positive for the sport? My partner is from France, but I love her anyway. She has a great body and a great backhand. Plus always puts when she makes an unforced error. But today we played a couple from Thailand. And the woman, wow-man, was rather well built and very fit. So I kept doing a drop shot off of her serve. She would serve it and I’d slice in back, barely over the net, so she would have to charge the net and scoop low to return it. I would also charge the net, getting a great look at the massive giggling cleavage coming right at me. Now I loved this, but my partner didn’t because most points in doubles tennis are won when both players are at the net. What I should have done is hit it baseline and rushed the net to put us on the offensive. And sure that is what I would have done if I really wanted to win. But no, I was having too much fun checking out those firm dark tits.

The biggest nuke power planet in the USA is only a few miles away and they say it could be blown up any minute. A guy has got to stop and gaze at breasts every now and again, if you know what I mean.

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Post by rabbit » Fri Mar 21, 2003 12:38 am

ill pray for you.

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Post by marky » Fri Mar 21, 2003 3:01 am

Yes I know what you mean, McC. I also think it's funny you called it a "nuclear power planet". I wonder if that's what we're moving towards this century.

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Post by mccutcheon » Fri Mar 21, 2003 4:20 pm

yes my nerves were so fried I made many a typo in that last post. it was pout insted of put, as well. But hey, so far, all of us still can type. the terrorists haven't taken away our ability to type yet. (Even though I got a D- in typing when i was 16, but the discovered coke at the age of 20 and started typing like a mad man. sample sentence- diohjgihgeruhgoureytg5etrety49yu4gdgbhjfodibygnfdhvergnreogjoregoerjg89t8yr!!!!!!!!!!!!! Oh Yeah! Fuck Yeah! !!!! !!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!

I'd briefly pause to yell, "Turn up the tunes Sloth!"

dfjiudgherty437tvkdxfnvndfvhr756jgdfv !!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!

"Sloth I'm a fucking writer!!!!!!"

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Post by mccutcheon » Fri Mar 21, 2003 5:01 pm

The tennis club is guarded, or rather surrounded, by three rent-a-storm troopers. They are dressed in white shirts, black pants and jackboots. These guys have the right haircuts, short, cut to the skull, but they have a little flab hanging over their utility belts. And this is the scary thing: besides their presence at all, which I deem unnecessary, hanging from the belts are Billy clubs and guns. What the fuck are they guarding? And whom are they guarding against? (Remember- I wear a French football shirt to tennis everyday.)

In California, people (I use the term people lightly) shot out and burned a dry cleaners called ‘French Dry Cleaning’. The store was owned by a Lebanesse couple. On Camleback Road in Phenoix, there is a part of the strip mall that is Arabic. One of the stores is called Baghdad Foods. Last time I drove by it wasn’t in flames.

At the clubhouse today I cranked the sound system to eleven and played Outkasts album Skankonia for the 10 to 15 year olds. They loved all the dirty words and they jumped around to the groovy music as I gave the kids Freedom Pints. (You have to get to the kids at a young age if you want to make good patriots of them.) We sung along (with Dre and Big Boi) to the song B.O.B, Bombs over Baghdad.

And yes Myke, I know Outkast is from Atlanta, another reason to hate the South.

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Post by Myke115 » Fri Mar 21, 2003 6:38 pm

Why would I care that Outkast is from Atlanta? I've traveled over most of the US either by car or plane and I've met shitheads and good people in all corners. Should I hate Seattle because of the dreary weather and the weak minded whiny muscians it has produced ala Kurt Cobain?

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Post by mccutcheon » Sat Mar 22, 2003 3:23 pm

Myke you stepped right into the shit with that one. I knew you would react that way. I was being funny for fuck's sake. I like Outkast. Sensitive? Jeez.

I LOVE ALL MANKIND! (even if they come from the SOUTH!) (another joke- so don't get angery.)

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Post by mccutcheon » Sat Mar 22, 2003 3:29 pm

How can you not like OUTKAST. part Prince, part George Clinton, part insanity, all parts groovey. Great music to drink Freedom Pints to with 10-15 year olds. Some of those girls mature (at least physically) pretty early ya' know.

http://www.outkast.com/

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Post by Myke115 » Sat Mar 22, 2003 5:38 pm

See that's a major flaw I have. It is not very easy at all for me to read people. Not a natural talent. Makes it worse on a message board where you can't see facial expressions or hear tone of voice. Just reading words ... the only way you'd know is how well you knew the person! And I don't know you very well! HA! Will have to learn.

Outkast are ok. Ambivalent about them mostly.

Now Cobain ... really did mean that. No sympathy for whining rock stars who commit suicide and leave little babies with no fathers.

Not real sensitive in the real world. Don't usually give a flyin' f what most think about everyday things. I just have very little ability to read between the lines the humor of folks I don't know.

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Post by mccutcheon » Sat Mar 22, 2003 6:19 pm

I understand you Myke. Ask Mark or Mav and they will I'm so full of bullshit even when I'm sitting next to them, playing footsie under the table.

Anyway with Kurt I think he was talented, I'm not sure about the savoir of rock and all that crap- I get sick of the scream, quite, scream approach to every song structure. My fav album by them is the MTV unplugged- so they aren't my all time punk rock heroes. And I can understand killing yourself if you were so high/strung out on heroin that one day you came out of it to discover you were married to Courtney Love, but I can't excuse him from killing himself when he had a kid. That's a big no-no in my book. Same to you Ian Curtis. My biggest hero.

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Post by mccutcheon » Mon Mar 24, 2003 11:28 pm

I discovered something kinda funny today. One of my pairs of tennis shorts you can see right through when I stand in the sunlight. And I don't wear a jock strap. Uh-uh.

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Post by Myke115 » Tue Mar 25, 2003 1:03 am

HA! You knew that all along, didn't you???

I don't wear a jockstrap when playing tennis either but I do wear low cut briefs just for the game. Gotta have the support! Can't imagine going commando playing tennis. It might chafe ... and imagine if you got hit by a ball!

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