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Old 01-31-2013, 07:34 AM
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Hahahaha, Brian, isn't that what they call a "truism" ?
Probably is in the Police Manual somewhere or should be anyhow !

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Old 01-31-2013, 07:38 AM
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Exactly, come on what cop could possibly give you a ticket walking up to the window hearing that?

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Old 01-31-2013, 07:43 AM
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Exactly, come on what cop could possibly give you a ticket walking up to the window hearing that? Brian
THIS ONE ?

Sorry 'bout hi-hack - - I'm outa here !
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Old 01-31-2013, 07:50 AM
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this nike ad signifies the behind
the scenes work and determination it takes to be good at
anything.

Just do it!


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Old 01-31-2013, 08:07 AM
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ACDC
AC/DC Rock and Roll Aint Noise Pollution - YouTube
this nike ad signifies the behind
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anything.

Just do it!

Nike "Awake" Commercial - YouTube
So so true, I sure respect that determination that caliber of athlete has.

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Old 01-31-2013, 08:15 AM
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It's what I love about Colin Kaepernick's story. Guy gets tons of scholarships for baseball and just one for football, yet tells the baseball coaches his dream is to be a football player period. The kid is the real deal and his level of progression from game to game is just mind blowing. RG3? MORE LIKE KP7!!!

With that said, that determination is what it takes to be good at anything, not just sports.
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Last surviving member of singing Andrews Sisters trio Patty dies at age 94

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With that said, that determination is what it takes to be good at anything, not just sports.
Without a doubt!

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There is no way you can drive the speed limit listening to Radar Love, sorry officer it just isn't possible!

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Thats what I tell the wife!!!!!!~!!

What songs make people pick up speed unintentionally? And what songs convince you to act childish and do it intentionally!

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If I get accused of acting childishly then I just show them my AARP card and the usual comment is "OH" ! What about songs that make you cry? Well maybe not CRY but ones that put that lump in your throat or even water up the peepers. - - - - are they old flame songs, songs that remind you of a friend, songs that your family liked or maybe Patriotic songs?

I have a few that will make me clear my throat everytime - "Faded Love" (Dad), "Begin the Beguine" (Mom), "I don't know why" (Granny), "I thought he walked on water" (Grandpa), "Teach Your Children" (raising my two sons) and "Suppertime" (all of the above folks) Yes, I'm a sentimental old fool !
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Here's another one in memory of Patty and her Sisters.

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Here's another one in memory of Patty and her Sisters.

The Andrews Sisters' - Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy Of Company B - YouTube
I remember growing up listening to my mom and my aunt play their records. Good times and good tunes!
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If I get accused of acting childishly then I just show them my AARP card and the usual comment is "OH" ! What about songs that make you cry? Well maybe not CRY but ones that put that lump in your throat or even water up the peepers. - - - - are they old flame songs, songs that remind you of a friend, songs that your family liked or maybe Patriotic songs?

I have a few that will make me clear my throat everytime - "Faded Love" (Dad), "Begin the Beguine" (Mom), "I don't know why" (Granny), "I thought he walked on water" (Grandpa), "Teach Your Children" (raising my two sons) and "Suppertime" (all of the above folks) Yes, I'm a sentimental old fool !
Harry Chapin - Cat's in the Cradle. Gets me every time.
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Old 01-31-2013, 07:02 PM
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I remember growing up listening to my mom and my aunt play their records. Good times and good tunes!
Staying up Late, Listening to 78s
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