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Re: Nationals @ Orioles, Game 2
« Reply #50: June 23, 2022, 08:01:51 AM »
gotta [express admiration] for trying to play through the rain.

Oh . . .

Too soon. :)

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Re: Nationals @ Orioles, Game 2
« Reply #51: June 23, 2022, 09:26:07 AM »
 Nice to see these bands still keeping rock alive.

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Re: Nationals @ Orioles, Game 2
« Reply #52: June 23, 2022, 10:23:29 AM »
7th shut-out of season, so far... :(   Much more of this, and people will hear the expression so often that they think the team is called 'Nationals Zip...'  ;)

Even the weather couldn't take any more of our 2022 Nationals... ;)

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Re: Nationals @ Orioles, Game 2
« Reply #53: June 23, 2022, 10:29:25 AM »
My steam just died, can’t say I’m too unhappy about that.

Steam broadband - now there's a novelty... :D  At least we know who to call on to iron out any wrinkles in the Nats performance... :D ;)

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Re: Nationals @ Orioles, Game 2
« Reply #54: June 23, 2022, 01:43:48 PM »
gotta [express admiration] for trying to play through the rain.


Wow. And aren't you the one who got your nose out of joint when Elvir made a crack about Don Sutton being dead?? LOL...Anyway - that dude from Def Leppard has cajones the size of avocados for being able to move forward the way he did after what he went through. Mad respect here.

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Re: Nationals @ Orioles, Game 2
« Reply #55: June 23, 2022, 02:27:58 PM »
Wow. And aren't you the one who got your nose out of joint when Elvir made a crack about Don Sutton being dead?? LOL...Anyway - that dude from Def Leppard has cajones the size of avocados for being able to move forward the way he did after what he went through. Mad respect here.
actually, it was more because someone complained, but I'll count this as a complaint.  I'll pull it, cut it out of the quotes, and leave this here.  Yes, I think it is an incredibly cool story about how the came back and also how the band stuck with him.  I like a lot of their songs, but it's hard to argue that their songs are more impressive than that.  It's why it sticks in my mind about them.