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January 30, 2009

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Ed

LOL. That's kinda funny. You'd think that experience would have made you carnival-phobic, or at the least, Hawaiian-shirt aversive.

herculodge

I hate Hawaiian shirts and their confluence with all-you-can-eat buffets.

Angelo

I wasn't born under punches, but did box for a while. I took a class in martial arts---after 9 weeks, broke a board with a boxing style arm punch, which surprised the instructor, who said normally you have to use your whole body to break the board. This all reminds me of the Hawaiin Punch Ads "How would YOU like a Hawaiin Punch?" followed by the little annoying guy slugging the big goofy guy. Both wore horrible print shirts. I'm glad I found the radio hobby.

herculodge

My nose doesn't need any more disfiguring.

Ed

Angelo, I got your Talking Heads reference :)

gerald

as they say down south, i learned to "tote an asswhippin" as soon as i was able to walk. you see, i had two older brothers. i was the guinea pig. once when i was seven and my bros' 9 and 10, my father thought it would be a good idea to get us boxing gloves for christmas. i can still feel the stuffed naugahide on my grill! i was the warm up and the main event fighter. in other words, i was the opponent,,errr punching bag in all bouts! bastards.

herculodge

With you fighting your brothers and Angelo busting two by fours, there are some tough dudes reading this blog.

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