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Talked to the Kracken today...

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(Kidding. Mostly.)

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I once let Olindo Mare give me a back rub at a Hardees.

You can get lost in his eyes.

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Stop being such douches about this...

That's a really cool story, sounds like an awesome experience. Hopefully he really is staying. Thanks for sharing!. 

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Marshall Tucker played at my bar occasionally. And Doug Gray helped me put in the sound system. Also, back In the day, I played checkers with Bob Seger. My oldest sister dated Mark Farner, and I have played guitar with Jon Anderson. So I'll always have those memories. Oh, I got to play B-Ball with Magic and Kelser in the old Jenison Field House.

That, and the wifes hillbilly father is cousins with Tanya Tucker.

I have met some interesting folks through the years. But the wildest one was Jackal. That dude was certifiably scary.

Ok, enough of the walk down memory lane. Damm I feel old all of a sudden.

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Marshall Tucker played at my bar occasionally. And Doug Gray helped me put in the sound system. Also, back In the day, I played checkers with Bob Seger. My oldest sister dated Mark Farner, and I have played guitar with Jon Anderson. So I'll always have those memories. Oh, I got to play B-Ball with Magic and Kelser in the old Jenison Field House.

That, and the wifes hillbilly father is cousins with Tanya Tucker.

I have met some interesting folks through the years. But the wildest one was Jackal. That dude was certifiably scary.

Ok, enough of the walk down memory lane. Damm I feel old all of a sudden.

 

I don't even. Who? What? Where? Are these supposed to be famous people?

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I don't even. Who? What? Where? Are these supposed to be famous people?

Lol. I am in your boat.

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Fugging kids.

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cool story bro

 

(seriously)

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also he just earned a ton of points by being a good tipper too. no question my next jersey will be a 76

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He's making more money than most of us can ever dream of and he doesn't even have to dress for games. Not to mention, isn't his family already pretty wealthy to begin with too?

Are you talking about clausen or Alice? I wonder if clausen has some Iraqi dollars or sneakers to show us.

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