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View Poll Results: AU vs FSU
Auburn 12 35.29%
Florida State 22 64.71%
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Old 12-27-13, 12:29 PM   #1
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Well I think (biased) we have the best match up for the championship. I'm not sure where I will watch the championship. Somewhere in the mountains near trout fishing would be ideal.
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Old 12-27-13, 01:01 PM   #2
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I think FSU is a 2 touchdown favorite. Anyone want to head to the mountains and watch THE college championship football at the local sports bar (maybe a little dancing) and go trout fishing the next day?
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Old 12-27-13, 01:10 PM   #3
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U know I don't dance until date number 3
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Old 12-27-13, 01:38 PM   #4
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U know I don't dance until date number 3
It's because you are a kitty cat. turnip, Many people have another word for kitty cat
I can't dance and I can't sing but that doesn't prevent me from embarrassing myself and I always enjoy the smiles. The whole crowd can't dance. There is always the one exception.
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Old 12-27-13, 01:50 PM   #5
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...sorry, Bern...would love to accompany you, but health and home obligations are in front of any of my fishing for the present..

...I can neither dance nor sing...I played some Allman riffs on my old '56 Les Paul...

...Cath's the dancer...we were in an oyster bar in St. Geo Island , FL in 1980 and she danced on a pool table after winning a snooker tournament...she also danced on the mantle at the KA house at Ole Miss in 1975-6...she has never
danced in church, to my knowledge...she was an Episcopalian when we married...

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I lied. I played dance party on the xbox the other day. The main issue with my "style" is that it's not pretty and once it gets started, it's so difficult to get it to stop.
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Old 12-27-13, 02:05 PM   #7
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...sorry, Bern...would love to accompany you, but health and home obligations are in front of any of my fishing for the present..

...I can neither dance nor sing...I played some Allman riffs on my old '56 Les Paul...

...Cath's the dancer...we were in an oyster bar in St. Geo Island , FL in 1980 and she danced on a pool table after winning a snooker tournament...she also danced on the mantle at the KA house at Ole Miss in 1975-6...she has never
danced in church, to my knowledge...she was an Episcopalian when we married...

Happy New Year!!

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Well Jimmy, I could consider you the most luckiest guy on the face on the world. Why Cath chose you is a testament. Episcopalians can get away with anything. Don't hesitate to dance, takes some dancing lessons if that makes you feel better. I think you need to step outside your box and give your special bride what she deserves and wants. If they tell you, you can't do it, then go do it.
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Old 12-27-13, 02:15 PM   #8
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maybe a little dancing

Hmmmmmmm. . . Lastest dancin' I ever did was in 1988 at the Auburn @ LSU game in Death Valley. I did a real good bit of dancin' at around the 1:42 mark in the fourth quarter when LSU scored the onliest TD of the game. (It came out in the Daily Reveille the follerin' week that we had done set off the seismograph in the geology building with our dancin'.)



Now that I've posted a video that I know is horribly painful fer you to watch, I'll tell you truthfully, I will be pullin' fer y'all Barners against FSU jes' as strongly as I have pulled fer LSU in ev'ry game they've ever played. (The bestest part of an Auburn National Championship is that the Bammers say that y'all are unbearable!)

I don't think that word means what they think it means.

Geaux git 'em, y'all!
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Old 12-27-13, 02:46 PM   #9
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The game will be the game, hopefully it will be a close good game. I have done my analysis and AU matches up real well. If you want to pull up some research, try championship 1992.

Swampy, go dancing with your bride. It's a great way to mix things up after a few years. It doesn't matter if you can dance or not. Paul's in Helen has been my dancing spot for a few years (I'm single) just be careful. I had to punch two fellows in the parking lot so far, jealous boy friends, I think. I never take girls from Paul's back to my hotel room.

Maybe I'll find a girl someday that can sing, dance and fish. And run a trot line, gut and skin a deer or pig and still look as beautiful as Meaux. I don't want a sissy girl

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Paul's in Helen has been my dancing spot for a few years (I'm single) just be careful. I had to punch two fellows in the parking lot so far, jealous boy friends, I think. I never take girls from Paul's back to my hotel room.

Is Barbara still bartending there in the afternoon and evenings?
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Gen. Douglas MacArthur
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