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#213036 - 10/29/13 09:31 PM Re: What does today's quote mean? [Re: Faldage]
tsuwm Offline
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>Enos Slaughter was a baseball player..

oh, I know that; but (generally) who else would except for elderly Cardinal (and maybe Yankee) fans?

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#213043 - 10/30/13 10:29 AM Re: What does today's quote mean? [Re: tsuwm]
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I don't read many sports columns, but I have heard a fair amount of sports reporting / opining on the radio trapped in commute. They all seem to have this jocular style.
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