Well, Here Is One Tiger That Won't Bite Us

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Re: Well, Here Is One Tiger That Won't Bite Us

Postby billybud » Wed Aug 15, 2018 8:48 pm

It is interesting to note that the Noles and Canes are now exactly .500 vs each other...60 games played...each has 30 wins and 30 losses.

And Donovan is off on one of whirled peas, oh the humanity, rants.
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Re: Well, Here Is One Tiger That Won't Bite Us

Postby donovan » Thu Aug 16, 2018 12:02 pm

I am just warming up until the time comes in a few weeks where teams of a "lesser god" have a stellar record and I have to listen to .....
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Re: Well, Here Is One Tiger That Won't Bite Us

Postby billybud » Fri Aug 17, 2018 7:10 am

I know, I know...poor old FAU...won 11 games last year and not a peep of recognition...

..about their thrilling wins over Old Dominion, Middle Tennessee, Charlotte, North Texas, et al.
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Re: Well, Here Is One Tiger That Won't Bite Us

Postby billybud » Fri Aug 17, 2018 7:44 am

It is always difficult when you have to think of too many alternatives...Just declare the SEC Champ as national champion....the best team fom the best conference.

Thinking in terms of one

is easily done.

One room, one bed, one chair,

One person there,

Makes perfect sense; one set

of wishes to be met,

One coffin filled.


But counting to two

Is harder to do;

For one must be denied

Before it is tried.
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Re: Well, Here Is One Tiger That Won't Bite Us

Postby donovan » Fri Aug 17, 2018 10:25 am

billybud wrote:I know, I know...poor old FAU...won 11 games last year and not a peep of recognition...

..about their thrilling wins over Old Dominion, Middle Tennessee, Charlotte, North Texas, et al.


My point exactly..... so as long as we are on a roll. I am proposing the West Coast...everything West of..hmm say 100 degrees W succeed from the NCAA.

Mr. Billybud, seeing as how you are living in an area of expertise of succession, please post the instructions for doing so. (Preferably without a war.)
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Re: Well, Here Is One Tiger That Won't Bite Us

Postby Derek » Fri Aug 17, 2018 12:00 pm

War??

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Re: Well, Here Is One Tiger That Won't Bite Us

Postby donovan » Fri Aug 17, 2018 1:30 pm

We need a Churchhill.

Speaking of dishonor...now that the Supreme Court says it is all right for states to bet on college football the SEC will become the 3rd largest money maker in the United States....I wonder what that will do to Florida's second favorite sport..the hermetic regime of Jai Alai.
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Re: Well, Here Is One Tiger That Won't Bite Us

Postby billybud » Fri Aug 17, 2018 1:35 pm

Donovan....just declare it and have an annual festival celebrating it.

The Conch Republic has not had to go to arms.

But you could do it the California way....If they are successful in splitting into three, I think Florida should follow.

Carribean Florida (Keys and Dade County)

Yankee Florida (Ft. Lauderdale to Ocala)

Florida (All north of Ocala)
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Re: Well, Here Is One Tiger That Won't Bite Us

Postby donovan » Fri Aug 17, 2018 1:42 pm

I like the festival idea...you always make things so easy and clear...I love it.
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Re: Well, Here Is One Tiger That Won't Bite Us

Postby billybud » Sat Aug 18, 2018 8:17 am

Yep...call it the Left Coast Confederation..

There already is a festival that you could build off of...

https://www.lclcpalmsprings.com/
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Re: Well, Here Is One Tiger That Won't Bite Us

Postby donovan » Sat Aug 18, 2018 7:03 pm

billybud wrote:Yep...call it the Left Coast Confederation..

There already is a festival that you could build off of...

https://www.lclcpalmsprings.com/


It's the literacy part that is the hang-up...So difficult to read when the air is so sweet and hazy...

And then again...

One of the more memorable incidents happened in June, when Oregon state police pulled over a Nissan Altima after clocking it at 118 mph about 45 miles north of Eugene on Interstate 5. The car, which carried three passengers, smelled of pot, according to the police report. At the wheel was Cliff Harris, Oregon's standout cornerback/punt returner on the team that lost the 2010 national championship game to Auburn; also in the car was Ducks starting QB Darron Thomas.

"Who's got the marijuana in the car?" asked the officer, who would later note Harris looked tired and that his eyes were "blown."


Harris' reply? "No one, we smoked it all."
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Re: Well, Here Is One Tiger That Won't Bite Us

Postby billybud » Sun Aug 19, 2018 7:35 am

Oh yeah...another sponsor to be lined up for the Left Coast Confederation..."Weed B Gone"....along with the ubiquitous Starbucks.
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Re: Well, Here Is One Tiger That Won't Bite Us

Postby donovan » Sun Aug 19, 2018 5:07 pm

billybud wrote:Oh yeah...another sponsor to be lined up for the Left Coast Confederation..."Weed B Gone"....along with the ubiquitous Starbucks.


Why is it we have the weed and you the "roaches?"
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Re: Well, Here Is One Tiger That Won't Bite Us

Postby billybud » Mon Aug 20, 2018 8:00 am

We don't....that's a left coast Cheech and Chomg thing...we have Palmetto bugs.

Here in Appalachia, meth is the thing...latter day moonshining.
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Re: Well, Here Is One Tiger That Won't Bite Us

Postby Spence » Mon Aug 20, 2018 8:49 pm

Palmetto bugs are the worlds biggest cockroaches. Seattle has good food. San Francisco is world class food. Boston on the east. The southern food is good, better than the Midwest, but definitely not in the same league as New England and the Pacific Northwest. The Pacific Northwest has all the best taters too.
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