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RIP Cooter...

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it's Chuck Norris...The Huddle is just that cool that Chuck would want to come by and say "what up!"

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Oh gosh - does anyone remember back when I did the tribute to the huddle men and would use one of the guys every week as my avatar (it was funny how much they all got into it and sent me all kinds of photos). I have some great photos of everybody from way back when - but I did find some good ones of Cooter.

He sent me this one

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Here's more - sorry about the size - these were from a computer 4 computers ago and some were sized to be an avatar

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Some of you have been asking how it happened and all I know is that he was unresponsive Monday morning but had been with family the night before and spent all weekend with his kids.

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This was a side business of his

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He was making some kind of lewd comment to me (posing with the hot dog)

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His hot dog looks a little dark compared to the rest of him :)

love the pic with Zod, kurb, and Coot!

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This was the very first Toys for Tots Bike drive. I post because back then he told me that he wouldn't donate any money unless I bought a bike that he could ride there (this was way back when I did the T4T stuff before mush took it over). So, I made sure to buy at least 1 full sized 15 speed bike (actually 2 - teenagers like bikes too). In the group shot, he was sitting on it, and when we had the "parade" to the stadium he was riding it (face covered by the small bike he carried).

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The look kind of mad, don't they

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