George70

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About George70

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    Pro Bowler
  • Birthday 03/07/1963

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    Clinton, Tennessee
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    Sports, music, radio and animation.
  1. "The Baron", by Johnny Cash. I remember this song from my days in broadcasting school in the early eighties, and it is still a good song.
  2. I have "Invincible" on DVD, thanks for the reminder.
  3. Interesting - I never knew this. Thanks for the heads-up.
  4. This past fall, there was a small article in SI wherein a sports marketing firm is planning to launch a professional cricket league here in America. The version of cricket to be played is called Twenty20, or T20 - a variant wherein a match can be completed in three hours. There are no teams announced as of yet, nor locations for the clubs, but the firm is hoping to make good - and I'm looking forward to this. I welcome your comments in regard to this possible new league.
  5. I may try to obtain "The Tender Trap" on DVD sometime soon; great Frank Sinatra movie with Debbie Reynolds, Celeste Holm and David Wayne.
  6. "Giddy On Up, Giddy On Out" - Laura Bell Bundy. Not a bad song.
  7. Since you've asked, my favorite sports movie is Slap Shot; I can recall parts of this movie to anyone, and the Hanson Brothers stole the show!
  8. I'm giving this team name a definite maybe.
  9. Earlier today, Swansea City picked up three points with a win at Anfield. I just hope that Swans can avoid relegation.
  10. Arsenal has a 4-0 lead on Swansea City; all I can say is that it's going to be a long road back for Swansea City after relegation.
  11. I'll be watching and waiting with baited breath, Nightman.
  12. Bob Bradley has been fired at Swansea City, I notice. I suppose Swans are looking at ways to avoid relegation - at least for now.
  13. That game should be good.
  14. The bowl game which interests me outside of the Playoffs is the Orange Bowl - Michigan versus Florida State. As a native Michiganian, I'm for the Blue and Maize. Hail to the Victors Valiant!
  15. Interesting, Nightman - never knew he was considered to coach the Ravens. As for a HC in the Hall, I would have to go with either Gibbs, Coryell or - brace yourselves, here;s a blast from the past - Oail Andrew Phillips, alias Bum Phillips. Those are my choices, let me know what you think of them.