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  posted on 7/24/2012 at 06:05 AM
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Morning Lee!



Hola!

 

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  posted on 7/24/2012 at 06:16 AM
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My car hit 100K miles yesterday. Brought the car brand new Jan 30, 2008.

I really do drive too much....


Mine should turn 100k this year.


I bought mine new July 6, 2000.

I should have started going to Wanee sooner.


158,000 on my Accord. Although the outside looks like heck due to the clear-coat erosion that so many late '90s cars (especially Hondas) had, the inside and the stereo rock. I hope it lasts a while longer.

 

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  posted on 7/24/2012 at 06:16 AM
Lee knows of this car...

 

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  posted on 7/24/2012 at 06:17 AM
Another hot one here today. Be well, everyone!

 

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  posted on 7/24/2012 at 06:18 AM
Oh, yeah: Ichiro in a Yankees uniform? Sure doesn't look right to me...

 

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  posted on 7/24/2012 at 06:20 AM
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Morning Lee!



Hola!


Como estas??

 
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  posted on 7/24/2012 at 06:21 AM
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Oh, yeah: Ichiro in a Yankees uniform? Sure doesn't look right to me...


I agree with you Mike, sure doesn't look like a match. Why do the Yankees need him anyway? Just so he can say he played for the NY Yankees?

 
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  posted on 7/24/2012 at 06:22 AM
Beach volleyballers might cover up for Olympics

They call soccer the "beautiful game," but an argument could be made that beach volleyball is the most beautiful game. Wives might object to their husbands sitting in front of the TV and watching tall bikini-clad women jumping and diving in the sand if it weren't for the fact that volleyball is a legitimate Olympic sport.

But there's a storm on the horizon (or, simply put, English weather), and it could cause volleyball players to bundle up in the equivalent of long underwear instead of bathing suits. The forecast calls for highs in the 60s early next week, with up to a 30 percent chance of rain. When you factor in night matches, that's not exactly bikini weather. Some beach volleyball players are ready to take precaution.

"We need it to keep our muscles warm," said Australian Tamsin Hinchley.

Nevertheless, beach volleyball is expected to draw crowds -- some half a million are predicted to come out for about 100 matches -- despite a relatively brief stint at the Olympics. It was introduced at the 1996 Games in Atlanta.

It's not like it's "Baywatch-with-a-ball," but if the weather doesn't cooperate, NBC may want to trot out some reruns of Sydney circa 2000 to avoid a ratings hit.


 
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  posted on 7/24/2012 at 06:29 AM
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Beach volleyballers might cover up for Olympics

They call soccer the "beautiful game," but an argument could be made that beach volleyball is the most beautiful game. Wives might object to their husbands sitting in front of the TV and watching tall bikini-clad women jumping and diving in the sand if it weren't for the fact that volleyball is a legitimate Olympic sport.

But there's a storm on the horizon (or, simply put, English weather), and it could cause volleyball players to bundle up in the equivalent of long underwear instead of bathing suits. The forecast calls for highs in the 60s early next week, with up to a 30 percent chance of rain. When you factor in night matches, that's not exactly bikini weather. Some beach volleyball players are ready to take precaution.

"We need it to keep our muscles warm," said Australian Tamsin Hinchley.

Nevertheless, beach volleyball is expected to draw crowds -- some half a million are predicted to come out for about 100 matches -- despite a relatively brief stint at the Olympics. It was introduced at the 1996 Games in Atlanta.

It's not like it's "Baywatch-with-a-ball," but if the weather doesn't cooperate, NBC may want to trot out some reruns of Sydney circa 2000 to avoid a ratings hit.




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  posted on 7/24/2012 at 06:32 AM
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Beach volleyballers might cover up for Olympics

They call soccer the "beautiful game," but an argument could be made that beach volleyball is the most beautiful game. Wives might object to their husbands sitting in front of the TV and watching tall bikini-clad women jumping and diving in the sand if it weren't for the fact that volleyball is a legitimate Olympic sport.

But there's a storm on the horizon (or, simply put, English weather), and it could cause volleyball players to bundle up in the equivalent of long underwear instead of bathing suits. The forecast calls for highs in the 60s early next week, with up to a 30 percent chance of rain. When you factor in night matches, that's not exactly bikini weather. Some beach volleyball players are ready to take precaution.

"We need it to keep our muscles warm," said Australian Tamsin Hinchley.

Nevertheless, beach volleyball is expected to draw crowds -- some half a million are predicted to come out for about 100 matches -- despite a relatively brief stint at the Olympics. It was introduced at the 1996 Games in Atlanta.

It's not like it's "Baywatch-with-a-ball," but if the weather doesn't cooperate, NBC may want to trot out some reruns of Sydney circa 2000 to avoid a ratings hit.




NOOOOOOOOOOO!!


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  posted on 7/24/2012 at 06:32 AM
Tut tut, looks like rain.

We sure need it.

 

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  posted on 7/24/2012 at 06:32 AM
Oh, and good morning!

 

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  posted on 7/24/2012 at 06:33 AM
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Beach volleyballers might cover up for Olympics

They call soccer the "beautiful game," but an argument could be made that beach volleyball is the most beautiful game. Wives might object to their husbands sitting in front of the TV and watching tall bikini-clad women jumping and diving in the sand if it weren't for the fact that volleyball is a legitimate Olympic sport.

But there's a storm on the horizon (or, simply put, English weather), and it could cause volleyball players to bundle up in the equivalent of long underwear instead of bathing suits. The forecast calls for highs in the 60s early next week, with up to a 30 percent chance of rain. When you factor in night matches, that's not exactly bikini weather. Some beach volleyball players are ready to take precaution.

"We need it to keep our muscles warm," said Australian Tamsin Hinchley.

Nevertheless, beach volleyball is expected to draw crowds -- some half a million are predicted to come out for about 100 matches -- despite a relatively brief stint at the Olympics. It was introduced at the 1996 Games in Atlanta.

It's not like it's "Baywatch-with-a-ball," but if the weather doesn't cooperate, NBC may want to trot out some reruns of Sydney circa 2000 to avoid a ratings hit.




They need to get some of those heat lamps restaurants use in the fall when they have seating outside.

 

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  posted on 7/24/2012 at 06:37 AM
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Oh, yeah: Ichiro in a Yankees uniform? Sure doesn't look right to me...


I agree with you Mike, sure doesn't look like a match. Why do the Yankees need him anyway? Just so he can say he played for the NY Yankees?



Cuz their center fielder is out for the year. They needed an outfielder.

 

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  posted on 7/24/2012 at 07:26 AM
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Oh, yeah: Ichiro in a Yankees uniform? Sure doesn't look right to me...


I agree with you Mike, sure doesn't look like a match. Why do the Yankees need him anyway? Just so he can say he played for the NY Yankees?



Cuz their center fielder is out for the year. They needed an outfielder.


So bring up one of your farm system players.... Give them a crack at the MLB

 
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  posted on 7/24/2012 at 07:43 AM
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Oh, yeah: Ichiro in a Yankees uniform? Sure doesn't look right to me...


I agree with you Mike, sure doesn't look like a match. Why do the Yankees need him anyway? Just so he can say he played for the NY Yankees?



Cuz their center fielder is out for the year. They needed an outfielder.


So bring up one of your farm system players.... Give them a crack at the MLB


Yankees' farm system?!

You're a riot, Cuj!

 

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  posted on 7/24/2012 at 08:04 AM
Thanks Mike. lol

Just thought maybe could bring someone up from Wilkes-Barre/Scranton team or Trenton Thunder.

Phillies have been doing that with their pitching lately and I have seen some good talent with the guys they have in Lakewood and Reading. Haven't been to Lehigh Valley yet to see the team there.

 
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  posted on 7/24/2012 at 08:12 AM
good morning

 

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  posted on 7/24/2012 at 09:56 AM
Morning!

 

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  posted on 7/24/2012 at 10:15 AM
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My car hit 100K miles yesterday. Brought the car brand new Jan 30, 2008.

I really do drive too much....


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My car hit 100K miles yesterday. Brought the car brand new Jan 30, 2008.

I really do drive too much....


My truck has 350+k (bought in Feb. '99 with 46k), Mustang has almost 50k (April 2005 with 2 miles on it), bike has 39k (April 2004 with 2400).

So, I have nearly a half million miles on my current fleet.

 

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  posted on 7/24/2012 at 10:41 AM
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OK - I called & talked to a real person named Whitney (a ticket rep for the stadium). The stage will be pushed as far back into centerfield as possible. The field tix are for standing and are $165.00. The 1st & 3rd Base Berms $115.00 are a bit elevated and you can bring a blanket to sit on. I asked about lawn chairs and she wasn't sure but didn't think they were allowed- definitely are not allowed for games. The rest of the tix are $85.00 for any of the stadium seats. There are plenty of tix available for any level you want to go with. I'm old enough and have a crappy enough back to consider seats or the berms. No way I can stand all that time. There are video boards with closeups of the stage.

Hope this helps.
This is what I was understanding from looking at the ticket site, Kitty. I will probably go with one of the 85 stadium seats (100 section would be great - especially 109-112) then end up standing behind the back row so I can dance without disturbing people.


Attention Deb, Slimzimm, Yerry, Coot* and anyone else wanting to go...
Just bought tix by calling 1-877-464-2255. Front row, aisle seats, section 108 - right behind the dugout and in the shade. That whole section is basically still open if you want to call. $85 per ticket + fees was $174.00 for 2 tix - pick up at will call on day of concert.

[Edited on 7/24/2012 by KWidgeon]

 

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  posted on 7/24/2012 at 10:43 AM
Oh, and a quick Good Morning before I get back to work.

 

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OK - I called & talked to a real person named Whitney (a ticket rep for the stadium). The stage will be pushed as far back into centerfield as possible. The field tix are for standing and are $165.00. The 1st & 3rd Base Berms $115.00 are a bit elevated and you can bring a blanket to sit on. I asked about lawn chairs and she wasn't sure but didn't think they were allowed- definitely are not allowed for games. The rest of the tix are $85.00 for any of the stadium seats. There are plenty of tix available for any level you want to go with. I'm old enough and have a crappy enough back to consider seats or the berms. No way I can stand all that time. There are video boards with closeups of the stage.

Hope this helps.
This is what I was understanding from looking at the ticket site, Kitty. I will probably go with one of the 85 stadium seats (100 section would be great - especially 109-112) then end up standing behind the back row so I can dance without disturbing people.


Attention Deb, Slimzimm, Yerry, Coot* and anyone else wanting to go...
Just bought tix by calling 1-877-464-2255. Front row, aisle seats, section 108 - right behind the dugout and in the shade. That whole section is basically still open if you want to call. $85 per ticket + fees was $174.00 for 2 tix - pick up at will call on day of concert.

[Edited on 7/24/2012 by KWidgeon]


Hmmmmmm........

 

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OK - I called & talked to a real person named Whitney (a ticket rep for the stadium). The stage will be pushed as far back into centerfield as possible. The field tix are for standing and are $165.00. The 1st & 3rd Base Berms $115.00 are a bit elevated and you can bring a blanket to sit on. I asked about lawn chairs and she wasn't sure but didn't think they were allowed- definitely are not allowed for games. The rest of the tix are $85.00 for any of the stadium seats. There are plenty of tix available for any level you want to go with. I'm old enough and have a crappy enough back to consider seats or the berms. No way I can stand all that time. There are video boards with closeups of the stage.

Hope this helps.
This is what I was understanding from looking at the ticket site, Kitty. I will probably go with one of the 85 stadium seats (100 section would be great - especially 109-112) then end up standing behind the back row so I can dance without disturbing people.


Attention Deb, Slimzimm, Yerry, Coot* and anyone else wanting to go...
Just bought tix by calling 1-877-464-2255. Front row, aisle seats, section 108 - right behind the dugout and in the shade. That whole section is basically still open if you want to call. $85 per ticket + fees was $174.00 for 2 tix - pick up at will call on day of concert.



I gotta get a vacation out of the way first.

 

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  posted on 7/24/2012 at 11:42 AM
Afternoon

 

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