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  1. Mike Bulgakov

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    Syracuse Orangemen...the cradle of RBs in the 50's/60's: Jim Brown, Ernie Davis, Floyd Little.
     
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    The Little Foxes

    "Take us the foxes, the little foxes, that spoil the vines: for our vines have tender grapes."
     
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    Syracuse Orange reminds me of Carmelo Anthony--hope he brings a championship to the Knicks soon!
     
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    Antony and Cleopatra...a timeless tale of obsession!
     
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    ...by Calvin Klein.
     
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    Calvin and Hobbes! GOAT comic strip!
     
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    Angie Bowie discovered David in bed with Mick Jagger...she was the odd one out???
     
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    Odds bodkins!
     
  12. Mike Bulgakov

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    Odds of bookmakers should favour Djokovic or Federer to win this year's U.S. Open?
     
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    Sitz-Chairman who makes books
     
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    Davydenko could work the books, but Chakvetadze was the better bet when it came to looks...
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    All men are beautiful, whereas women of beauty are rare

    - Ihara Saikaku
     
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    It's an oddity how Federer is not the odds-on favourite to win the US Open. Time to ''sexy-back'' to the beautiful game!
     
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    I judged a book by its cover..."Exit Music" had a photo of a nice, neat probably single-malt pouring of Scotch. I bought it and discovered the wonderful writings of Ian Rankin!
     
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    The Rebus novelist is fond of single malts or he's just a Scot who favours Spanish brandy or sherry and even port wines?
     
  19. Mike Bulgakov

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    Former San Francisco mayor Willie Brown once poured a bottle of Bushmills down a curb's drain in protest of their hiring practices in Northern Ireland. Hopefully, it was not a single malt...
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    Hopefully he did not pour down the drain a fine oak 30 year old single malt Macallan [among others he might've drained down the sewers].
     
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    My "callan" is for a Highland Park single malt, introduced to me by Rankin, an authority on the subject.
     
  22. Mike Bulgakov

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    Els Callens reached her highest singles ranking of 43 in 1997...
     
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    Chimay Bleue from Belgium ranks high on my list of favourite beers...


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    Ginger or Mary Ann???

    Dawn Wells was a Chi Omayga sorority girl.

    The FSU chapter earned this chant: "Chi Omegas are the best on campus!"
     
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    Did you enjoyed Greek Life Policies?;)
     
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    The Greek national anthem begins with the lyrics, "I never leave my brothers behind..."
     
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    Go Greek fraternities and sororities, yeah!
     
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    "Animal House"...fat drunk and stupid is no way to go through life!
     
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    The Animals "The House of the Rising Sun" blasting through New Orleans' drunken streets on "Fat Tuesday"...
     
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    Drunk in Skagen while watching the rising sun . . . or is it the setting sun . . . where is the sun . . . where is my house . . . why are fat animals following me down the street?
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    Being drunk in Scotland really rocks!
     
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    RiverRocks on the Hudson pier 84 can be enjoyed with a sip or two of Scotch...I prefer it neat.

    Years ago, I saw The Tubes live on pier 86 next to the Intrepid as part of the Schaefer Music Festival. Great night!
     
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    Vodka-eyeballing

    I prefer it (Scotch) neat as well but the uni [Vodka] eyeballing-craze is way outta my league.

    Here's drinking neat vodka through your eye for a speeding BUZZ!

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    Barmaids do it for extra tips but for the most part, students are ''Vodka-balling'' due to peer pressure.
     
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    Balle de match sounds so much nicer than match point!
     
  36. Mike Bulgakov

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    Matches played at Roland Garros with Babolat balls...
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    ***looking around for mods***

    Oh you boys and your balls:oops:
     
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    Regarding a French Open final, Mats once said that Nadal had three and Federer had none...
     
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    Regarding Rogi and Rafa, Rogi leads 4-0...who has balls???
     
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    Nasty BALL delicacies

    Grilled and fried testicles




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    The testicles are also referred to as testes; the singular is testis. In Latin, the word testis means "witness"; in ancient Rome it was the custom for men to place one hand on a testicle when taking an oath in court.

    Duck testicles, which take the size and general shape of kumquats, are more tender and delicately flavoured than those of lamb, which are more like small avocados.

    Grilled lamb's testicles for a smoky aroma!;)
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    You've gotta a lot of balls to stay on this subject. I served up Rogi/Rafa as an alternative and we're still on a testicular tangent???

    Somewhere, ILC is smirking!
     
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    bawws

    I guess Rafa don't like cooking with balls but might like the chewy (disintegrated if over stewed) bull penis. Rodge might like lamb fries (lamb bawws).:)
     
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    Roddick once said Rogi isn't very good in the kitchen...his bakery skills still amaze me!
     
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    Yup.......smirking away

    Yes Vcore, I saw you kumquat remark
     
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    Skating away on the thin ice of a new day...<3 Jethro Tull!
     
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    Jazz flute never really took off in prog rock, did it? Personally, I always preferred Yes.
     
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    All That Jazz...it's Showtime!
     
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    Jazz Hands...
     
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    Personally, I prefer to eat alligator pear than the tangy citrus.:grin:

    It's a new stormy day/night indeed for The Mighty Fed. [Jazz] Just Like A Butterfly Caught In The Rain (Diana Krall).;)

    P.S. I know this is not music game but what can I say, I love her jazzy sensual voice.
     
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