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post #3631 of 3981 (permalink) Old 12-07-2012, 01:14 PM
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Denis, Did you stick your finger in a bullet hole at the Alamo? Always blew my mind how close it is to the riverwalk right in the center of town. Hard to imagine it surrounded and doomed.. Great place to visit and a great excuse to get out of Houston for a few days (I can say that cause I lived there) Don't forget the spring SCR is the first Sunday in May.

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At the Ace Cafe in Barber's infield.



I submit this photo as one of the best BHO historical documents with cheesy captions to date. Just imagining these two guys in one place kinda boggles the mind. (If your mind is easily boggled.)


On the left (naturally) the one and only Leftarm Logan. And on the right the man who never ate at Outback Steak House the whole time he was here... the renowned dogtired of the Dog Institute of Higher Stuff.





ps. I may have those captions reversed.



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Oh - That is not how I had you pictured Lefty. I had a mental image of a scruffy, mischief maker with oil under his nails and a smear of grease on his forehead. PB sandwich in one hand and comic book in the other.

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Paul, I don't understand this goes easy business you mention, it is a new concept to me!
Plus these yanks have played me into form as well.
OK then.....Guess I'll need to get back in to form too, not that I am far out.....! hehehe.....

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OMG lefty you look kinda normal but then what the heck is normal.

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In fact make that 20years

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Oh - That is not how I had you pictured Lefty. I had a mental image of a scruffy, mischief maker with oil under his nails and a smear of grease on his forehead. PB sandwich in one hand and comic book in the other.
No... That's pretty much spot on.
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Shouldn't that be cymbalic?
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