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  1. Mike Bulgakov

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    Twin Czechs with tattoos who were not at that Texas biker bar and restaurant...
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    Poobah will be appearing in trending Yonex check shoarts at the SD Social Circuit next week or so.

    Depends on how quickly adequate cloth/fabric can be shipped from various location around the world.
     
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    If I do decide to get "social" again, should I consider going the Internet route and advertising for a Czech mate???
     
  4. Mike Bulgakov

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    The GOAT checks out a Czech...
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    We've made it alive, guys.

    Are you here with us, Mike?
     
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    stringertom G.O.A.T.

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    Mike is the GOAT Czech mate watcher!
     
  7. Mike Bulgakov

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    Prague has some quality red clay courts, and there are a few very nice Czech WTA players, but a few Czech GOAT beers might be needed after playing before ordering a fried cheese plate...
     
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    stringertom G.O.A.T.

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    Lucie, a great Czech WTA player, was one set away from being the Queen of French red clay, a feat I would have toasted with several Pilsner Urquells.
     
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  9. Mike Bulgakov

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    Pivo for Lucie?
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    Champagne instead of wasting pivo during celebratory spraying...
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    Lucie in the sky with Birdman
     
  11. MrRandom247

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    Diamonds
     
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    Diamonds Are Forever featured two hilarious villains, Mr. Wint and Mr. Kidd, played by Bruce Glover and Putter Smith.
     
  13. Mike Bulgakov

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    Diamonds are a convenient way to pay agents of intelligence officers, as these payments are relatively easy for their spies to hide...
     
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    The best ploy in the world of espionage is to engage in sex as a means to an end.
     
  15. Mike Bulgakov

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    There is a dangerous man named Radek, who is understood to be the leader of the successor to SPECTRE, WORM. His goal is world domination. His last name is unknown, as is the meaning of "WORM". It is important to penetrate the Czech Fed Cup team to learn more about Radek...
     
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    I penetrated the entire team and found that his real name is Radeksander the Great.
     
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    You are lucky you survived without Radek the Dalek penetrating you back!

    "I will exterminate, I will exterminate..."
     
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    I read a junk mail I received that asked for donations to save the Czech worm from extinction. Apparently they are on an ultra endangered species list...only one male in the twilight of his life on tour. The request specified the donations were necessary to secure concubines at every destination on his worldwide farewell migration to London, Cinci and New York. I sent money with a stipulation that video confirmation be remitted to me of his efforts to go forth and multiply!:eek:
     
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    Don't the concubines have to pay Radek for the privilege? Here is an awkward scene as some Czechs discuss the issue...
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    Radek is too nice for that. OTOH, I hear Radek gives them a tip.
     
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    Discussion seems to be about how enormous the DC is vs the FC. Burr-ditch seems smug about his cup size and this leads Kvitova to be displeased about said smugness and her lowered expectations for the size of the TweetyBerd tip.
     
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    I think Berdych will pale in comparison to Radek. ;)
     
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    Czech mates usually bring a pail of oats to feed their Radek!:eek:
     
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    Czech Kvitova to play our old friend kiki bertens today.
     
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    Stepanek - Czech word for babe magnet...
     
  26. YetAnotherFedFan

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    Stepanek, synonym for stud.
     
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    ninman's student loan thread, lol.
     
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    Nieminen proved to be the better old stud yesterday. Soon he too will be put out to stud.
     
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    I feel sorry for Bec Hewitt. She's gonna have more time with Lleyton...
     
  30. Mike Bulgakov

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    This will be especially annoying for her if he does the vicht, the lawnmower, and yells "come on" in the sack...
     
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    With regard to household 'chores' Lleyton may well be a little rusty!
     
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    "Rust Never Sleeps" reminds me "there's so much left undone" as I think of "the Astrodome and the first TV" while longing for a "morning in the green grass with Marlon Brando, Pocahontas and me". I am forever Young!
     
  33. Mike Bulgakov

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    Never sleeping while resting in the morning on Astroturf, smoking green grass and drinking brandy from the bust of Marloes Horst...
     
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    Sadly, Marloes and Marlon were generations apart. They would have been a nice pair for doing a Tango in Paris or riding a streetcar named Desire.
     
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    Never sleeping and never resting after consuming double-half-bagels that tumbled off the cream-cheese bust of Le Grande Pubah.

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    "Will I have twins or quadrapeds?" she asked me.
     
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  36. Mike Bulgakov

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    Sure would prefer a pair of "New York Everything" bagels to a Cincinnati bagel and a half...
     
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    I used to have a really nice everything bagel with an egg and a glass of freshly squeezed OJ on my way to work (once) in Jacksonville Beach, FL.
     
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    FL, could be Finland!?, will Dustin serve up a bagel?
     
  39. Mike Bulgakov

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    Once played on dusty red clay courts in Finland...
     
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    Good to know they have clay courts in Finlandia. They will be much needed now.
     
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    Will Rafa be the after dinner guest speaker at next years...

     
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    Rafa will object to the blue clay favored by the FINNISH in honor of their flag's colors.:eek:
     
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    Didn't know Ion Tiriac had finnish ties ?
     
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    Blue Cross will be busy processing multiple claims in Helsinki for the oft-injured rusty post-peak Mallorcan immigrant.:eek:
     
  46. Mike Bulgakov

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    I once slid into a fence and took an awkward fall while chasing a ball on slippery red clay courts in Finland. There was far more laughter than concern...
     
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    Were you FINNISH ?
     

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