Comments by jfclams
Is this on Android like Tennis Clash?
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Awful episode
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2015 USO SF was the fateful loss of the calendar GS to Roberta Vinci. A whole doc could be made on that match alone!
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Double O Jim Otto is still alive at 84 years old! From wikipedia: Otto's body was punished greatly during his NFL career, resulting in nearly 74 operations, including 28 on his knee (nine of them during his playing career) and multiple joint replacements. His joints became riddled with arthritis, and he developed debilitating back and neck problems. In his book, "The Pain of Glory" Otto described near-death experiences from medical procedures, including fighting off three life-threatening infections due to complications from his artificial joints. During one six-month stretch, he was without a right knee joint because he had to wait for an infection to heal before another artificial knee could be implanted. Otto eventually had to have his right leg amputated on August 1, 2007. Despite his maladies, Otto says he has no regrets and wouldn't change a thing even if given the opportunity to do it over again.
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Is this recommended watching? Always rooted for Borg over the loudmouth Johnny Mac
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I remember watching this race as it happened. Charlie Jones had the call for NBC. "It's a fair start..."
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The happy hug of death!
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Poor Charlie
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Might have been an influence on Child's Play franchise
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Based on Gustav Hasford's novel The Short-Timers
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Definitely my favorite Seatrain song and my favorite version of this song!
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90's dance pop has not aged well
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Mister Ice Cream Maaaaaaan...haha
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Wow! So envious. Climax Blues Band were amazing! This is all music I remember from when I was little (born mid 70s). Everyone from my generation worships grunge and rap and I feel like I stick out like a sore thumb. Thank you for the comments!
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Sterling Morrison: "...what we were trying to do was really fry the tracks."
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To the ranch!
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The Beards from Tejas. Eliminator the album took the country by storm, right alongside Michael Jackson, Prince, and Madonna, so it was easy to forget that their norm had been sharing stages with the Heartland names of arena rock, and pumping out their own idiosyncratic take on the blues-rock genre for years beforehand.
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