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RickLafayette

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Reminds me of the Golden Bear, Jack Nicklaus. When he blasted out of seven inches or so of water was when other pro's realized they would never do what he did! One of the big dicks at Entergy was playing in a pro-am when Jack was about a zillion years old. He was in a foursome with Jack and maybe Lee Trevino, two top pro's of yesteryear. The first three hit pretty decent off of the first tee, Jack put his ball down the center about a hundred yards past anyone else. That was when the executive realized he had set himself up for long humiliating day! I didn't watch golf normally but I would watch the bear sometimes.

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Yogi is originally from an Italian area of St Louis called "The Hill". I knew a guy who grew up with Yogi. He went by Lefty - I never knew his real name. I knew him from a gym at the local rec center. One day we decided to play pool at the rec and I noticed he was playing right handed. I asked him about that and he said he did everything right handed except hit a baseball. When he was a kid he had trouble hitting and his Dad told him to try hitting left handed. When he came up to bat on the sandlot the kids in the field would yell "lefty" so they could shift. It stuck.

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About 6 jabs in two seconds...Cats rule!

When I had feral cats around here I used to watch them kill small snakes. They didn't seem to be hitting hard but they would keep tapping the snake on top of the head until it got disoriented and then go for the back of the head . Killed off most of the snakes, saw a cat floating in the pond now and then though!

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i highly recommend you do that. great authenticity, dialogue, theme, score, acting.. and you get to see burt reynolds bow-fishing. not many movies have bow-fishing in it.
All true. I also thought it was a great and memorable movie. Only downside is that ever since I watched it, my butthole tightens slightly every time I hear dueling banjos. I like dueling banjos so that's a shame.
 

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They are getting plain awesome with the 3D printing. Believe it or not, similar technology dates back to the sixties. At a quarter to half million or so in those days car manufacturers were some of the few people that had them but they had small maybe one foot by one foot or not much bigger, little tanks with some type of resin in them. I think it was two lasers, where they intersected the resin would harden. Took prototyping parts from hundreds of hours to a few hours back then.

In the late eighties I did some three D wireframe modeling in AutoCAD. Drew the components of an air conditioner to fit in a backpack for the military. I could move each component around and fit them together. If something fit or didn't fit in my computer model, it would be the same real world too.

If you are scratching your head what to get me for Christmas, one of those printers to print out about a forty foot boat would work!

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