Calling Rusty.. You might want to respond to this guy

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    Re: Calling Rusty.. You might want to respond to this guy

    In response to cyncalpatfan's comment:



    I realize that this has nothing to do with me, but I just can't help but respond, seeing as how I am married, with kids, and I go to church on Sundays.  There are definitely things I miss about single life and, certainly, things I don't care for about married life, but I'll tell you something.  The most amazing moments have occurred as I have watched my kids.  You want excitement?  Try watching a baseball game...your team down by a run...tying run on second...your kid coming to bat.  Even better...your son hasn't had a hit all season and he is down to his last strike.  There's the pitch...bam!  You never knew he could hit a ball so far.  It was better than any professional game I ever saw.  I'm sure you think it's no big deal.  Until you experience having your own flesh and blood out there putting themselves on the line, whether it's big leagues or little league...you have no idea what excitement is. 



    Nothing at all to do with this thread but your post truly hit (n.p.i.) home with me.  My son had been in his first year in little league for about 3 weeks when I returned from an 8 month deployment.  Obviously I had never seen him play competitively before.  In his first at bat in the first game I was able to watch he nailed a double down the third base line.  I thought I would jump out of my skin. 

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    Re: Calling Rusty.. You might want to respond to this guy

    In response to ATJ's comment:

    In response to cyncalpatfan's comment:



    I realize that this has nothing to do with me, but I just can't help but respond, seeing as how I am married, with kids, and I go to church on Sundays.  There are definitely things I miss about single life and, certainly, things I don't care for about married life, but I'll tell you something.  The most amazing moments have occurred as I have watched my kids.  You want excitement?  Try watching a baseball game...your team down by a run...tying run on second...your kid coming to bat.  Even better...your son hasn't had a hit all season and he is down to his last strike.  There's the pitch...bam!  You never knew he could hit a ball so far.  It was better than any professional game I ever saw.  I'm sure you think it's no big deal.  Until you experience having your own flesh and blood out there putting themselves on the line, whether it's big leagues or little league...you have no idea what excitement is. 



    Nothing at all to do with this thread but your post truly hit (n.p.i.) home with me.  My son had been in his first year in little league for about 3 weeks when I returned from an 8 month deployment.  Obviously I had never seen him play competitively before.  In his first at bat in the first game I was able to watch he nailed a double down the third base line.  I thought I would jump out of my skin. 

    Those who know, know.  Those who don't, don't.



    You two are spot on. I raised a stepson and a daughter. There is nothing greater than watching them, whether they are struggling to overcome something or succeeding. I tried to never miss a game, as my dad did for me. He coached little league and Babe Ruth for me and my 3 brothers. My stepson wasn't a great hockey player, but gave it all he had. My daughter played soccer and danced. Great memories. 


     

     

     
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    Re: Calling Rusty.. You might want to respond to this guy

    Reading Rustys post is like watching that show finding bigfoot .They run around tring to prove something that doesn't exsist,but we keep watching to see what stupid things they say or might do.

     
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    Re: Calling Rusty.. You might want to respond to this guy

    I remember both Babe and Rusty got banned at the same time several years ago.  They had a big cat fight going on in a thread one time, both got the boot to the butt outta here.  This place rejoiced when they were gone.  It was nice and quiet for about a day or two.  But our party was short lived, they came back.  Babe was right much more often then Rusty was.  Perhaps Rusty made a correct observation (or "guess" as I liked to call it) once a year.  He used to say he had an IQ of 150.  I think what happened was he took the test twice and they told him he got one 20 score and one 50 score.  He thought they said 150.   He has an IQ of a rock.

     
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    Re: Calling Rusty.. You might want to respond to this guy

    "I just spent the last 15 minutes reading this priceless thread,"

    If by priceless you mean it's worth nothing, than yes. Personal attacks, bogus tough guy Internet posturing, it's the worst this forum has to offer. You're not less of a fan if you think Belichick is flawed and Brady is the key to this team's success. You're not less of a fan if you think the reverse either. Doesn't matter where you live, or whether you have signed jerseys in your closet or not. I don't care if you have a family or live on your own. That's not the sum of a person's worth. 

    On the other hand, I'm good with these kinds of threads if we can keep this junk commentary off the other threads

     

     

       
     
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    Re: Calling Rusty.. You might want to respond to this guy

    In response to DougIrwin's comment:

    I am in tears laughing at the 3 previous posts above spanky's as e various forms of bustchise, 1 being a brand new account with a sinatra avatar.

    Gee, we're all so confused, bustchise.




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